Bring on next week – the term is racing by!
Thank you for all of your support and have a lovely weekend,
Dear Parents and Carers
I hope that you had a lovely half term – everyone is looking extremely well and our smiles are plentiful.
Please read on below for some important information:
INSET DAYS (THURSDAY & FRIDAY this week)
Some of those smiles may be due to this being a short week for pupils. We have our last 2 INSET days on Thursday and Friday of this week. School is closed to ALL pupils on these two days. In a ‘normal’ year, we would be hotfooting it up to the Royal Cornwall Show at the Showground, but we are sadly not able to have that pleasure this year. We have kept the INSET days though and will be looking to use two for the Show next year too (these dates do NOT fall in our Half Term, sadly).
G7 SUMMIT MESSAGE FROM DEVON & CORNWALL POLICE
You will note too that the end of this week sees the G7 Summit coming to Carbis Bay. We are talking about the G7 and what it is and why it meets in Assembly today, so do feel free to ask any questions to your children later. It affects quite a bit of Cornwall too, and they would like for us all to be vigilant, so please see the message below from the Devon and Cornwall Police:
A message from Devon and Cornwall Police regarding the G7 Summit that is taking place over this weekend:
Over the coming days as we near the G7 Summit event, residents and communities in Cornwall may see visible training taking place on land, in the air and on the water; particularly near the key venues. This forms part of our planning and preparations to deliver a safe and secure event and is not something that the public should be alarmed by. The public can help us keep the event safe by being vigilant for anyone or anything that looks out of place or suspicious and by reporting it to police, security, or staff at any of the venues.
In an emergency or if you need urgent police assistance, you should always dial 999. You can report suspicious activity by contacting the police in confidence via the Anti-Terrorist Hotline 0800 789321.
This term sees some slight changes in PE days for 3 year groups (Year 1, 3, and 6). Please see below for the most updated PE days that will start next week (from Monday 14 June):
Y2- Monday and Wednesday
Y3- Tuesday and Wednesday
Y4-Tuesday and Thursday
Y5-Tuesday and Friday
Y6-Thursday and Friday
Reception are now doing Wild Tribe every Friday morning. This means that they will be coming into school in their Wild Tribe clothing on a Friday. PE Kits should be in school every day as changing is one of our Reception goals.
PE Kit (and school shoes)
Please remember to provide the correct PE Kit for PE days in school. Acceptable PE Kit is below:
School shoes need to be flat, black and suitable for school. NO High Top Trainers and no coloured shoes please.
Thank you for all of your support – it is very much appreciated.
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Thank you for a fantastic start to term. PE days (please wear PE kit to school on these days) are as follows: Y1: Thursday; Y2: Tuesday; Y3: Monday; Y4: Friday; Y5: Weds and Fri; Yr 6: Weds and Fri. Please remember the correct PE Kit!
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