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  • Wednesday Weekly Newsletter Visit www.primrosehillschool.org.uk to view it online or download our new app

    6TH APRIL 2016 Dear Parents,

    THANK YOU Thank you all for your continued support over the spring term. I wish you all a very happy holiday and hope that you have a relaxing family break. School re-opens on Monday 25th April.

    SUPER PUPILS FRIDAY 1ST APRIL

    Y6 BOREATTON PARK

    There are still some outstanding payments for the Year 6 children going to Boreatton Park in June. Please ensure the payment is made by Friday 8th April.

    DINING WITH PARENTS FEEDBACK Pat, our cook, would like to thank all parents who took the time to respond to the Dining with Parents questionnaire, she is grateful to receive so many responses and hear that you enjoyed the meal. In response to some of your comments: Pat uses organic pasta, flour, rice and dairy products in all school meals. Fresh fruit, yoghurt and salad are offered every day, as stated in the menu, in addition to a varied choice of meal. On a Friday we offer Friday Favourites to pupils; these are meals particularly favoured and enjoyed by pupils. Many of our pupils in Key Stage 2 switch from a packed lunch to a school dinner on this day!

    Class Beech

    Whole Class

    Class 3

    Harry

    Class Oak

    Lily

    Class 4

    Alex

    Class 1

    Harvey

    Class 5

    Olivia

    Class 2

    Daniel

    Class 6

    Lene

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  • SCHOOL DINNERS

    School dinners cost 2.30 per day or 11.50 per week. If you wish to pay for the next half term (Monday 25th April Friday 27th May), the amount is 52.90 per child, 23 lunches in total. Cheques should be made payable to LCC. Please can all outstanding payments for this term be paid by Thursday 7th April. Many thanks!

    YEAR 4 BRASS BAND CONCERT Wow, the pupils were fantastic; we obviously have many talented musicians in Year 4, 5 and 6! Thank you to all the parents and grandparents that came to watch and support their child. I would also like to say a big thank you to Aimee and Evies grandad for his generous donation.

    SCHOOL DINNER GRAB BAGS KS2 ONLY

    Grab Bags containing a sandwich, fruit, biscuit/cake, bottle of water will be available to order from Pat, as an alternative to a hot school dinner, for all pupils having school dinners after the Easter holiday. Pupils must order a grab bag at the kitchen window prior to the start of the school day (8.20 8.35 am); no late orders will be accepted. The grab bag will be available for pick up at the kitchen hatch at lunchtime.

    WELCOME BACK MRS HACKING It is lovely to welcome Mrs Hacking back to school after her recent operation. The pupils in Reception Oak class are equally delighted to see her back.

    PTFA UPCOMING EVENTS Film Night Friday 6th May 4.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m. Please see attached poster for further details. Tickets will be on sale very soon!

    Circuit Training Monday 23rd May Watch this space for further details!

    Summer Fair Saturday 25th June Watch this space for further details!

    RAINBOW RAMBLE SATURDAY 23RD APRIL Rainbow House are having their seventh annual eighteen, eleven or five mile healthy fun run or walk on Saturday 23rd April starting and finishing at Bishop Rawstorne High School, Croston. If you would like to take part please see attached flyer for details.

    EUXTRONOMY STAR GAZING NIGHT WEDNESDAY 4TH MAY

    Euxtronomy are having a star gazing night on Wednesday 4th May at Silvester Farm, Euxton. The event is free and hot drinks and food will be available to buy. For more details please see attached flyer.

  • EASTER ACTIVITIES Please see attached flyer for events organised by Chorley Council over the Easter holiday.

    EXTRA - CURRICULAR ACHIEVEMENTS Congratulations to the following pupils on their achievements outside of school:-

    Ollie in Reception Martial Arts White Belt

    Luke in Year 4 Rugby Man of the Match

    William in Reception Stage 1 Swimming Award

    Lacey in Reception Stage 9 Gymnastics Award

    Felicity in Reception 10 Metres Swimming Award

    Ava in Reception Stage 2 and 10 Metres Swimming Award

    Isobel in Reception Stage 2 and 10 Metres Swimming Award/Tennis Award

    Alfie in Reception Cross Country Run Award

    William in Year 1 Football Star of the Week

    Alfie in Year 2 Stage 5 Swimming Award

    Amy in Year 2 50 Metres Swimming Award

    Daisy in Year 1 10 Metres Swimming Award

    Aimee in Year 3 Stage 9 Swimming Award

    Aliyah in Year 4 Level 1 Personal Survival

    Isaac in Year 4 Rugby Man of the Match

    Niamh in Year 6 2nd Guide Challenge

    Beth in Year 2 Stage 3 Trampolining Award

    Josh in Year 5 Football Trainer of the Week/2nd in Dressage Competition

    Freya in Year 3 Library Challenge Medal

    Pobble Published Authors Congratulations to the following pupils who had their work published last week:

    Reception Beech Jack/ Aidan Year 3 Jacob/Max/Calum

    Reception Oak Harry Year 4 Ben

    Year 1 Oliver/Casey/Jazmin Year 5 Matthew

    Year 2 Alfie/Kendal Year 6 None

    It is fabulous news to hear that Phoebe in Reception- Beech had her work in Pobble published in the local newspaper.

    National Writing Competition Congratulations to Minnie in Year 6 for being a winner in the national writing competition.

  • Year 5/6 Swimming Gala Well done to Pierrot, Olivia, Aimee, Leon and Elliott in Year 5 and Katy, Ryan and Leah in Year 6 for representing the school in the Year 5/6 Swimming Gala on Wednesday 23rd March. They all swam really well! Particular mention goes to Elliott who came first in 25 Metres Butterfly, Ryan who came third in 25 Metres Breast Stroke and the 4 x 25 Metres Medley Relay team comprised of Elliott, Ryan, Katy and Leah who came third - fantastic!

    WALKING BUS The walking bus is a fabulous way to avoid the traffic in a morning. Please look out for

    Mrs Russon, Mrs Swansbury or Mrs Smith arriving at the Spar at approximately 8.25 a.m. and leaving promptly at 8.30 a.m. for school, with no stopping en route to pick up additional children. Please see Mr Caunce for more information.

    LAST WEEKS HOUSE POINT WINNERS GREEN HOUSE WELL DONE!

    TOKENS/VOUCHERS We are collecting Sainsburys Active Kids Vouchers until Friday 8th July, Batteries and Clothing, Bedding etc. for the clothes bank at the rear of the school. Your support is really appreciated!

    PRIMROSE HILL OUT OF SCHOOL CLUB If you have any queries regarding Out of School Club please contact the school office on 01257 276688 or Miss Collison on 07548 944202.

    Yours sincerely

    G. Caunce Headteacher.

    Twitter - @MrGCaunce

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  • DIARY DATES Please note that some dates may have to be changed at short notice due to availability of visitors or clashes with other events. Please therefore check the dates on a regular basis.

    Thursday 7th April Reception Oak Stay and Play Session 8.45 10.00 a.m. Friday 8th April School Closes for Easter Holiday Monday 25th April School reopens for Summer Term Monday 2nd May May Day School closed Tuesday 3rd May Year 4 Kadampa Buddhist Temple Trip Thursday 5th May Election School closed Friday 6th May Reception Beech Stay and Play Session 8.45 10.00 a.m.

    PTFA Film Night

    Monday 9th Thursday 12th May SATS week Friday 13th May Reception Oak Stay and Play Session 8.45 10.00 a.m. Monday 16th May New Reception Induction Evening 6.00 p.m.

    Y3 Bring Yer Wellies

    Friday 20th May Reception Beech Stay and Play Session 8.45 10.00 a.m. Monday 23rd May PTFA Circuit Training Tuesday 24th May Y3/4 Tag Rugby at Chorley Panthers Wednesday 25th May Y5/6 Tag Rugby at Chorley Panthers Friday 27th May Reception Oak Stay and Play Session 8.45 10.00 a.m.

    School closes for half term

    Wednesday 8th June School reopens Friday 17th Monday 20th June Year 6 Boreatton Park residential Thursday 23rd June EU Referendum School closed Saturday 25th June PTFA Summer Fair Tuesday 28th June Year 1/2 Quad Kids Athletics

    Year 3/4 Quad Kids Athletics

    Thursday 29th June Year 6 London Trip - Matilda Tuesday 5th July Year 4 Life Path Day W/C Monday 11th July End of Year Reports Wednesday 13th July Year 6 School Production Dress Rehearsal Afternoon

    Year 6 School Production 6.30 p.m.

    Friday 15th July Whole School Art Day Wednesday 20th July Year 2, 3, 4, 5 Blackpool Trip James and the Giant Peach Thursday 21st July Year 6 Leavers Assembly 1.30 p.m.

  • PTFA Leavers Masquerade Disco Infants 6.30 p.m./Juniors 7.30 p.m.

    Friday 22nd July Year 6 Leavers Trip School closes end of academic year

    * New Event Has Been Added

  • FILM NIGHTCOMING

    SOON!

    FRIDAY 6th MAY4.30pm - 6.30pm

    Tickets: 3 including a hotdog(Vegetarian option available)

    FILM CHOICES T.B.C -KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED FOR INFO

  • get up and go

    get up and go

    Activity and Venue Monday 11th Tuesday 12th Wednesday 13th Thursday 14th Friday 15th

    Get into Sport

    Albany Academy

    Except Monday at Astley Park

    Commando Cadets

    Military Style Fitness Fun and exciting team building activities. Get the military bootcamp experience at Astley Park. Bring a drink

    Age 7 11Two Sessions available10.30am 12noon or

    1pm 2.30pm Cost: 5

    Football Crazy

    Come along and enjoy skills, drills, competitions throughout the day. Bring

    a packed lunch

    Age 8+10.30am 3pm

    Cost: 3

    Cricket Coaching

    Join our team of qualified cricket coaches and learn or improve y