Newsletter 5


News Update
Election of Parent Governor
Following the counting of votes yesterday, I give below the results of the ballot:
Andrea Dunne 37 votes
Christopher Gallagher 38 votes
Kate Canning 27 votes

I would like to thank the candidates for their interest and all the parents who returned ballot papers. On behalf of the Governing Body, I welcome Christopher as our newly appointed Parent Governor.
PTA Vote – Defibrillator/Trim Trail
Thank you for your responses. The majority of votes supported the purchase of a trim trail in the playground.
In this instance, we have responded democratically, but will continue to keep an open mind regarding the purchase of a defibrillator. I have given the go ahead for building the trail which will be completed in approximately six weeks. I have 6000 will
provide a five stage trail with high grade safety surfacing.
We are delighted to be able to support this playground development which will enhance continued fitness through play for all our children.

Recognition of Children’s Awards and Certificates
s achievements in Art, Music and Performing Arts which they attain in activities within and outside school. We look forward to sharing the celebration s achievements alongside our sports awards. If you have any certificates/awards/performance s name
and submit to the school office, for inclusion on our Arts Awards Notice Board.

Harvest Festival Wednesday 16th October at 9.15 a.m. in the school hall
Parent’s Evenings Thursday 7th November and Monday 11th November
(Further information regarding appointment times to follow)

Bags2School Please bring your Bags in to school by Thursday 17th October in time for the collection at 9.00 a.m.

Bonfire Tickets Available from the school office until 22nd October

Alison Drayton


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