Archive July 2016
There were a few extra pieces of information to make you aware of so please find the final newsletter for this academic year. Have a great summer July – 2nd newsletter 2016More
Well done to Mrs Parker and our staff team as we have now been successfully accessed as being a Dyslexia Friendly School. This is a National Award given to schools who can demonstrate through policy and good practice that they meet the needs of dyslexic children in all aspects of school life.
We had a fantastic day on Saturday at our annual school fete. The weather was good for us and there was a great crowd joining in with all the activities on offer and supporting the many stalls – we raised an amazing £3,800 and £1,000 was made on the raffle. Thank you so much for all your support.
(We will be uploading some fete photographs but unfortunately the system is currently unavailable – watch this space)
Please see our final newsletter for the 2015/16 school year.July newsletter 2016More
We are eagerly awaiting the Y6 production of Ali Baba and the Bongo Bandits on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 July. All Y6 and the staff have been working really hard to put finishing touches to this years performance which starts at 7 pm. Parents, carers and friends are all welcome to attend.More
Our Y1 pupils will be walking to St Michaels Church on Tuesday 12 July 2016 as part of their topic. They will be back in time for lunch.More
Our Reception children are looking forward to their trip on Tuesday to Kingston Maurward, Dorchester. They will have the opportunity of seeing different animals and how to care for them.
They will leave school at 9.15 am and will be back by 3.15 pm. They will need to wear a school jumper/cardigan but can wear rough trousers and shoes. Dependant on weather, please ensure your child has a raincoat or sun hat and sun cream applied before coming to school. They will receive a packed lunch.
I hope they have a lovely time and the weather is good for them.More
Professional Chef or Hospitality Apprenticeship
Rate / Hours: £3.30 per hour, 30 hours a week, Monday – Friday, 9 am – 3.30 pm, term time only
Start date: October 2016
An exciting opportunity to join our expanding catering team has arisen in assisting in the preparation and production of meals in our new and well equipped kitchen.
The successful candidate will:
- Work as part of a team in our kitchen, preparing, cooking and serving meals for students and staff.
- Prepare and cook food for meetings and additional events.
- Assist with deliveries and storing of stock. Assist with stock taking.
- Wash up cleaning equipment, utensils and the kitchen.
- Maintain a clean and safe environment following hygiene and food safety procedures.
- Undertake training in the correct use of equipment as necessary.
- Perform any other tasks of duties as requested by the Catering Manager appropriate to the needs of the school.
As a member of that you will be fully supported in your day to day role and given extensive training. The person appointed would be expected to work collaboratively with many other members of staff.
For an informal discussion please contact Rachel Robbins, Business Manager on 01935 427609 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.More
We look forward to you joining our Reception and KS1 pupils at their sports morning on Friday 8 July 2016 starting at 10 am. The morning will finish with a family picnic. You are welcome to bring a picnic and have lunch with your child. The children will be provided with a packed lunch – sandwich choices are available and full details are on the linked letter. Choices must be back in by Thursday. We hope the sun will shine and everyone has a wonderful time. If unfortunately the event has to be cancelled due to bad weather, our ‘reserve’ date is Friday 15 July 2016.KS1 Sports Day 2016 with sandwich choiceMore