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May 22nd Newsletter

 
 
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May 22nd Newsletter
by Mrs Doran - Friday, 22 May 2015, 3:09 PM
 

It has been another very busy half term with so much going on in school.  KS2 children returned from the residential tired but full of enthusiasm for the action packed three days they had.  Mrs Smith and Mrs Hoekstra reported that their behaviour was outstanding and they were very proud of how well they conducted themselves and also how they approached any challenges.

 

Parent Council

I would like to set up a group of parents who would be interested in meeting once each term to discuss school development.  Ideally this would run similar to the school council where members would share their perspectives on specific aspects of school life and also be instrumental in gaining the views of the wider parent community, which could then be communicated back.  Topics could include school dinners, uniform and school trips etc.  If you are interested in being part of such a group then please drop in and see me or send an email.

 

Plants Sale

As you may have seen from the Friends of LAMPS facebook page, the Plant Sale raised a staggering £652.68 for the school which is a tremendous effort.  I would just like to say a huge thank you to all that were involved but especially to Mrs Smith who has put her beautiful greenhouse to very good use and worked very hard to produce such quality plants to sell. 

 

Next term

We have so much planned for the final half term.  I have listed all the events in the dates section to give you as much notice as possible if you need to book time off work to attend any.  More details will be available for each nearer the time.  Mrs Smith is busy planning the Summer Sports Fun Day but I can already tell you that one of the activities will be archery which we are all very excited about.

 

Extra-curricular Clubs

Please look at the timetable for information about the clubs and take note of who they are provided for and the start and finish times as they do differ.  Individual club letters and permission slips will be sent out as soon as we return after the break.  The club timetable will also be available on the school website; a more readable version!

 

Diary Dates

Wed, 3rd June:             Ulverston Voices – Choir

Tues, 2nd June:            Football Competition – more details to follow

Fri, 5th June:                 Fun Run

Mon, 8th June:             Cricket match for selected pupils

Mon, 8th June:              Friends of LAMPS meeting, 7:30pm

Tues, 16th June:           Athletics comp at Dowdales for selected pupils

Fri, 19th June:               Mini Olympics for selected pupils

Tues, 23rd June:          Athletics comp at Dowdales for selected pupils

Fri, 26th June:               Boys gymnastic comp at Dowdales

Mon 29th June:             Year 6 transition day at Secondary School

Tues 30th June:            Year 6 transition day at Secondary School

 

Fri 3rd July:                  Sports Day, 1pm start (reserve Sports Day – 7/7/15)

Thurs, 9th July:            Summer Concert, 1:30pm start

Mon, 13th July:             Choir singing at Staveley House

Mon, 13th July:             Presentation evening for new Reception parents

Tues, 14th July:            Open Afternoon

Weds, 15th July:           Leaver’s Assembly, 2pm start

Fri, 17th July:               Last day of term

 

Diary dates will be added to each week.  If needed, more information will be given regarding specific events nearer the time.

 

Birthdays

We are very pleased to wish Thomas Sharp a happy 8th birthday today and hope he has a fab weekend celebrating.  We also sang happy birthday to Sophie Iveson who will be 9 on Sunday and Arthur Danford who will be 10 a week on Saturday.  Have a great day and fingers crossed for sunshine to help you celebrate.

 

Weekly Achievements

Weekly achievements are a little mixed up this week due to different children working with different teachers at various points throughout the week.

 

Maths Awards: Josh Eaglestone, Dexter Hutt, Sam Doyle,  Thomas Danford, Thomas Sharp 

                       

Writing Awards: Arthur Danford, Lachlan Wilson,  Alexander Smith          

                                  

Merit Awards: Melissa Crook, Sadie Jaques, Yasmin Boyde