Our culture statement: We are fun. We are together.
Dear St. George's families,
It has been a fantastic week back after the half-term break. It has been particularly special to be able to come together as a whole school once again for assemblies and lunchtimes, as we have now moved out of some of our covid safety measures.
Have a look at the news stories below to find out who the winners of School Council's raffle were. There were some great prizes won!
There are lots of events to look forward to this half-term. Our Year 5 and Year 6 residential is soon coming up. If your child is attending this, please look out for the parent meeting date so you know what to expect for those three adventure-packed days.
Lastly, Thursday next week is World Book Day. Mrs King, our reading lead, has designed some really fun activities for the day. We are inviting pupils to come to school dressed as a book character. Teachers will of course be joining in. Please give some real thought to the costumes. The best ones often cost very little money and are focussed on book characters. We can't wait to see the school dressed up, showing a love of reading for the day!
As ever, we wish you the very best of weekends, full of rest and fun, ready for learning on Monday.
This is a reminder that World Book Day is just around the corner.
We will be doing lots of reading activities at school on the day.
We will also be asking pupils to come dressed as their favourite book character. Please try your best to make sure that your child is wearing an outfit of a book character. This does not have to cost money - often the best outfits are made from items of clothing you have around the house.
Have a think about who your child could come as!
A reminder that you can access parental support on Monday, Wednesday or Friday from Carley between 9:00am and 9:30am.
If you would like support for any issues or guidance to external agencies, Carley is here to help.
She is also available on the gate at the end of the day every evening.
At St. George's we say 'We are fun. We are together.' That includes our parents and wider community.