Monthly Archives: February 2015
FORG will be hosting a Variety Evening at the Pemberton Centre, HE Bates Way, Rushden on this evening.
Tickets to be purchased in advance – for more details see poster below
Please see information below about a Relaxed Spring Sing-a-long with multi-sensory effects, switches and instruments!
And entertainment from KMPAC’s Brass Ensemble.
On March 14th 2015 – 10.30am-11.30am
Free for everyone (families, children, carers and siblings)
Last year we asked parents to donate any unwanted winter coats, hats, gloves, jumpers that are in good condition to help Operation Orphan a registered charity which is based in Nottingham. They collect these from various areas of the UK and deliver them to children in Moldova, Hungary and Syria.
We are again asking for parents to consider contributing items of clothing that are clean and in good condition to “Keep a child warm.”
Could you please send items into school from 1st to 10th June. The charity will collect them from us on Wednesday 10 June 2015.
Here is the link to the video that the Director of the Charity, Cyrilyn Moore has prepared and sent to the school as a thank you to everyone involved in helping us with Keep a Child warm.
Our Family Liaison Teachers will be producing a regular Newsletter to give ideas to parents. Click below to access
Family Liaison Teachers (Katy Ellis and Jane Rhodes) would like parents to advise them what sort of workshops/activities they would like the school to organise for them.
Click here for more information – We want to know
Our school meals are produced by Kingswood Catering in our kitchen.
Meals are £2.30 per day £11.50 per week.
Parents are requested to order and pay for their child’s meal on line.
Click here for Link http://www.kingswoodcatering.co.uk/
Children and staff can choose to wear Mufti (non school uniform) tomorrow Friday 06 February in aid of Unicef “Day for Change” Voluntary contribution of £1 would be most appreciated. Thank you for your support.
A team from Grapes class competed in a Project Ability, Polybat (Sainsbury’s School Games Level 2) competition at the Friars Academy in Wellingborough.
Polybat is a version of Table Tennis. There is no net, the sides of the table have barriers to keep the ball in play, the players use a longer and wider bat and the ball is larger too. At all times the ball must stay on the surface of the table.
The aim of the game is to hit the ball off your opponent’s end of the table or cause your opponent to lift the ball off the table.
After all the results had come in, Rowan Gate finished 2nd.