ST WOOLOS PRIMARY SCHOOL NEWSLETTER 7.1.19
I hope that you had a lovely Christmas break!
It’s good to see everyone back in school today and children were so well-behaved when they were in assembly this morning! It was so good also to see so many pupils receiving their fridge magnets for 100% attendance! Special congratulations to Rohan and Mischa who won our Early Bird Half Termly Draw for a £5.00 gift card!
This week is a fairly quiet week for events. With the exception of Newport County Football Club after school on Wednesday, all clubs will start next week. Letters will be sent home separately about some of the clubs that change groups of children every half term.
All classes are taking part in our World Week, however, and they are finding out about the following countries:
RS – Australia
RD – America
1H – Iceland
1/2D – Switzerland
2S – Spain
3P – Japan
3/4B – Italy
4J – Mexico
5M – Uganda
5/6M – France
6P – Brazil
They will be doing lots of interesting activities and several visitors are joining us. If you have any information about any of these countries, please let us know. Thank you to parents who have offered to help.
The class with the current highest attendance in both November and December was Class 3P. Well done to them!
Thank you for your very generous food donations for our Christmas party! Food left over on the last day of term was taken to The Salvation Army Foodbank.
We have a few serving plates still unclaimed in school. If you think that one of them might be yours, please call in to the office to collect it.
Please can you ensure that all outstanding dinner money is paid off immediately. If you would like your child to have a school meal, then you need to credit their ParentPay account before ordering. The cost of a school meal is £2.15.
We are taking part in a Christmas Card Recycling Competition. Please count your Christmas cards and send them in, in a labelled bag, by the closing date of Friday 11th January. Children in each class are keeping count and a prize of a film afternoon will go to the class that collects the highest number of cards.
Huge congratulations to Mrs Jones, who gave birth to Thomas Aaron just before Christmas! Mother and baby are both doing really well!