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Weekly update 24.02.23

24 Feb 2023

Weekly Updates – 24/02/2023
 
Good morning,
Please see below for any updates for the week ahead.
 
In school next week...
 
 
Swimming
Swimming lessons on Wednesday for Rocket Class (except nursery children).
Children will need:
Swim cap (These can be bought from the swimming baths, please send £1.00 in an envelope labelled with your child’s name)
One-piece costume for girls and shorts for boys (no baggy board shorts please).
Towel
Goggles (optional)
Hair tied up
 
Forest School
Asteroid class continue forest school sessions each Wednesday until half term. Children should wear old, comfortable clothes and wellies or trainers for this along with waterproof trousers and coats.
 
A polite reminder
 
Please remember that children should not bring toys or teddies into school as they may got lost or damaged.  Thank you for your support with this
 
Other information:
 
Toddler Forest School
This begins again with Madeleine from 1st march 2023. Please spread the word. All information can be found on ‘Outdoor Adventures Forest School’ Facebook page.
 
Winter outdoor clothing
Please can children all come to school in a warm and waterproof coat- we are outside in all weathers so children must be appropriately dressed.
 
 
Books before Bedtime
Children are invited to come to school in their pyjamas for World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March.  They should bring their favourite bedtime story or current reading for pleasure book.  At 3pm parents are invited to come into school (pyjamas encouraged!) to share a book with your child whilst enjoying hot chocolate and biscuits.  We do hope you can join us!
 
 
Safeguarding, health and Wellbeing Updates 
 
We are aware that some of our older children are using Fortnite.  Chapter 4 has just been released, which means that many children are going to be talking about this. Similarly, some children who grew bored with Chapter 3 are going to be checking out the new Chapter 4.  So now is a good time for parents to revisit those parental controls to set up the game and devices appropriately to the age of the child. There is a step-by-step guide to setting up parental controls on Fortnite here and attached.


MOTHERING SUNDAY.
St Nicholas Church 9.30 Family Service. All welcome
Flowers and Bubbles for all Mothers

Next session of JAM is 20th March.

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