Monthly Archives: March 2017

Red Nose Day – Friday 24 March 2017

This Friday is Red Nose Day (Comic Relief).  It is the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work.

Comic Relief is a major charity based in the UK since 1988.  It spends the money raised by Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK and Africa.

The Class and School Councils have voted for pupils and staff to hold a  “wear it red day” for a voluntary contribution of £1.00.

We hope that everyone will  join in and raise money for this important cause.

 

Disney’s Aladdin: Autism-Friendly Performance – 29.08.17

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Disney’s spectacular West End musical ALADDIN has announced its first ever Autism-Friendly Performance on 29 August at London’s Prince Edward Theatre.

ALADDIN has partnered with The National Autistic Society to create a friendly and supportive environment to enjoy Disney’s spectacular new West End musical. This specially adapted performance is suitable for people with autism, with trained staff on hand, and dedicated quiet and activity areas set up should anyone need to leave their seats.

To book, call the Prince Edward Theatre access booking line on 0844 482 5137 or access http://www.aladdinthemusical.co.uk/autismfriendly/ for more details.

For a list of captioned, audio-described, signed and relaxed performances, visit OfficialLondonTheatre.co.uk/access

Come and join in making a Musical Instrument

As part of our Erasmus International Schools Project, we would like to invite parents to come into school at 2.30 pm and join in with your child in class in making a musical instrument.

This will take place on:

Rowan Gate East, Rushden – 28 March 2017.

Rowan Gate, Wellingborough – 30 March 2017.

 

 

Food Hygiene

Dear Parents/ Carers,

We have been reviewing at our Food Hygiene procedures in school to ensure that we are maintaining our food hygiene standards.

As always, we endeavour to store pupil’s packed lunches in a cool environment in school, whenever possible.

It would be extremely helpful if parents could consider sending their child’s packed lunch in a cool bag type lunch bag (as these often have a freeze block inside.)

Alternatively, mini freeze blocks can be purchased quite reasonably and it would be helpful if parents could consider purchasing and using these in their child’s current lunch box, this will then ensure that the food inside is kept fresh and at a suitable temperature, safe temperature.

Thank you,

Laura Clarke

Head Teacher

Parents Evening – Tuesday 21 March

 

We will be holding a parents evening at both schools on this date from 3.30 pm to 5 pm.

Letters have been sent home to parents inviting them to book a 10 minute time slot to meet their child’s teacher.

If you feel that you need a longer appointment  – please arrange this directly with child’s class teacher for a later date.

 

We look forward to welcoming parents and sharing progress with you.

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