Weekly round up Infants
Dear Parents and Carers,
Weekly roundup – Infants
The Governors always play an active part in school life whether it’s behind the scenes or coming in to see first hand what school life is like for our children and staff. On Thursday they came and spoke to children from Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. They were impressed with how the children spoke about the Caring Code, their learning and how they feel safe in school. They even asked them what they would do if they were head for a day. I particularly liked these ideas for rainbow colours in hair, water slides, bring your pets in, and a circus with a Ferris wheel! It conjures a wonderful picture in my head.
Years 1 and 2 were so excited to receive a letter from Wera Hobhouse in an envelope that had House of Commons printed on it. They felt proud that their ideas had been acknowledged and that this experience goes a little way to our children feeling that they have a voice beyond our school. Thank you to our teachers for organising. Click here for photo
Easter Bonnet Parade – Wednesday 29th March 9:10 Infant playground
We are excited to be having an Easter bonnet parade again this year. We gather all the children on the playground and parade around in our Easter, springtime hats and you are welcome to come and watch the parade.
You can design and make your hat at home or FOSS have some lovely kits they would love to sell for a donation.
They are asking for volunteers to help sell hats after school on Monday 20th or Tuesday 21st. If you are able to volunteer, please contact Ellie.
They would also like to run a workshop where the children and their parents could make the hats straight after school. All the resources would be provided. If you are a keen artist or love crafting and would be able to help that would be wonderful, please let Ellie know.
If your child is eligible for Pupil Premium and would like a pack, please ask your child’s class teacher.
Other news this week
World Book Day photos here
Snow day here
Reception Snow here
For information about a FREE cooking course, click here?
We currently have vacancies for job roles across the St Saviour’s sites. If you are interested in finding out more about these roles please click here
We hope that you have a lovely weekend and we are looking forward to next week being Science and Neurodiversity week and all the learning that it brings.