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Open days and New starters for September 2017

 

The deadline for applications for Reception age pupils for next academic year, September 2017, for any school in NYCC is 15th January 2017. If you require an application form, more information about the application process, or would like to look around our school please contact the school office – we would be happy to arrange to show you around.

Bulletin 27th April 2018

Posted 27/4/2018

Bulletin:

May the 4th be with you!

It is May already! How did that happen?

We are quickly approaching National Curriculum tests for Year 6 (KS2) and Year 2 (KS1) pupils; extra focus on super attendance, punctuality and all round health is extremely important.  Year 6 begin their tests on May 14th and Year 2 on the 21st May.

My week is school has been dominated by 2 main, and very diverse things….Dragon Days and Deputy Headteacher applications.

I am pleased to say that for our Deputy head position we have had such super interest. Within the last two weeks I enjoyed showing a good number of candidates around school. This week, with support of our School Improvement Adviser, and valued contributions from Mrs Snowden, Chair of Governors and Mrs Scrafton, School Business Manager, I have shortlisted. We look forward to the interviews next week and hopefully we will be able to make an appointment as a result. Exciting times!

Thanks to all of the Year 3 and 4 pupils who were fabulous this week in their ‘Dragon Days’ performance. Mr Brooks, ably supported by Miss Stafford, Mrs Swash and Mrs Pemberton did a super job. This was a mature and tricky production, and I think everyone concerned should be extremely proud of what they have achieved together, with hard work, determination and teamwork.  Well done Year 3 and 4! Thanks to everyone who attended and supported these performances.

Next week you will receive your clubs letter for the rest of the term ahead. The only clubs currently running are Doncaster Rovers (Tuesday), Mrs Stones baking club and Math’s club.

Continued best wishes to Mrs Pierce, who is greatly missed at school by the whole school team.

I wish you a happy Bank Holiday weekend.

Thanks for your continued interest and support of our school.

 

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Headteacher's Bulletin

Posted 3/4/2018

Easter is upon us! Welcome to this week’s bulletin. The term has been a highly successful one. As usual I feel that the term has passed incredibly quickly. 
 
Hopefully you will have received this half term’s celebration newsletter - it is wonderful to see just how much we have packed in to both this period and into this lovely document itself. I hope you enjoy reading it! Thank to everyone who contributed to this super newsletter.
 
Staffing update: On Tuesday we said a goodbye to Mrs Scott and thanked her for her hard work in Neptune class. Mrs Scott was presented with flowers and a gift of appreciation in assembly. We also welcomed Mrs Filbee to the staff team on Monday; Mrs Filbee will be working in Neptune class until the summer holidays. Welcome aboard!
 
Miss Stringer, our acting Deputy Headteacher ends her secondment today too. Her super, contributions and hard work have been a real benefit to our school over this term and are very much appreciated by me and the team. On a personal level I am extremely grateful for her support, proactiveness and positive professionalism. Thank you Miss   Stringer! It’s Been a pleasure working with you. Thank you! I know we will keep in touch.
 
Linked to this, I am pleased to inform you that we have advertised this week for our new Deputy Headteacher and we are  aiming to appoint in early May for a September start. Exciting times! This is a key appointment to help support the progress we are making.
 
We end the week on a note of celebration with our Easter activities. I look forward to seeing the Egg decorating competition and Easter bonnet and hat parade.
 
This week’s highlights and events:
 
Kings’ church Selby leading their enjoyable assembly on Wednesday
 
Year 5 Venus class enjoying their ‘Archie’. (Archbishop of York) protect work in the local community on Wednesday - more to follow in the next celebration newsletter 
 
A positive and enjoyable Good to be green celebration activity on Tuesday afternoon
We made £165 for Sports Relief! Thank you to everyone for your support
 
Can. I remind everyone that school reopens on Tuesday 17th April - our staff have a training  day with our STAR alliance partners on Monday 16th April.
 
May I take this opportunity to wish you a very Happy Easter holiday. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing support. Happy Easter! Kind regards Jon Watson Headteacher

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Headteacher's Newsletter, Term 2 Week 11: 23rd March 2018

Posted 26/3/2018

Welcome to this week’s bulletin. Next week you will be receiving our half termly celebration newsletter, crammed full of lots of important and celebratory information.  I can’t believe we only have one week left before the Easter break – hasn’t time gone quickly!
Robinwood trip
This week has been an extremely exciting week for our Year 4 and 5 pupils, as they visited Robinwood for three days. Despite a long journey, attitudes, behaviour and enthusiasm were first class. Photos and more information to follow in our celebration newsletter.
A huge congratulation to all involved for their efforts and attitudes. I am really grateful for the care and effort of the staff team who attended the trip, keeping everyone safe and ensuring a positive experience was had by all. Thanks to Mrs Longfield, Mrs Whisker, Mr Brooks Mrs Mackintosh and Mr Mackintosh. Special thanks also go to Mrs Finch, Mrs Scrafton, and previously Mrs Violet in the school office for their efforts with organisation.
Back in school we enjoyed our Open the Book Assembly on Monday from our friends at our local Methodist church. We also enjoyed a dress in sports gear/dress down day on Friday for Sports relief. More information to follow next week about funds raised for this positive charity.
Staffing: next week we welcome Mrs Filbee to the team, joining Neptune class until the end of the summer term. Mrs Scott will be in on Monday and Tuesday next week, before she departs. 
Next week:
• Monday 26th -  Neptune Parent teacher consultations
• Tuesday 27th - Good to be Green celebration afternoon
• Thursday 29th  - Easter celebrations – egg making (am) and Easter Bonnet Parade and coffee afternoon (Pm)
• Thursday 29th Last day of term
Next week is obviously the last week of clubs.
Kind regards
Jon Watson
Headteacher

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