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Hobbit - live show

Outstanding SATs results

Summer Holiday - Eye tests

Skoolkit Summer Offers

Competition

Voluntary contributions for trips

Y6 Cakes sale and Mini-fair

Sports Day

Skoolkit discount week 7-14 July

Sponsored Fun Run Friday 25th May

Half Term Activity

 

Get on board with the Southampton Old Town Boat Trail and embark a voyage of discovery!

Follow the trail, starting at the historic Tudor House and wind your way around the streets of the Old Town, completing the tasks on your sheet as you go. You’ll have to find facts, write down numbers and draw pictures. Once you’ve completed the trail, follow the instructions to collect you prize!

The Southampton Old Town Boat Trail is completely free and is brought to you by GO! Southampton Business Improvement District.

Dates: Monday 28th May – Sunday 3rd June, 10am to 5pm.

 

Flyer giving the details will be coming home in book bags this week.

Does your child play Fortnite: Battle Royale computer game ?

Ask your child are they playing the Fortnite game on their computer, games console, or mobile.

If so, are they talking or texting to other people?

You are able to turn off the voice feature but you are not able to disable the text chat feature. How do you or they know who they are chatting to?

Laura Randall, NSPCC’s associate head of child safety online, said “Apps, sites, and games such as Fortnite: Battle Royale can be great opportunities for young people to play and engage online.

“However in light of emerging concerns about the risks children could be exposed to, we are urging parents to be aware of Fortnite’s features. It’s vital parents have regular conversations with their children about the games they are playing, and how to stay safe online.

Anyone looking for further online safety advice can contact the O2 NSPCC online safety helpline on 0808 800 5002 or use this link https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/ .

Tucasi- online payments

Fundraising - games bench

Uniform reminders

Marlands Charity easter Egg project

Please vote for our easter egg

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Ford Transition - Pop Up Museum

 

As part of the transition of the Ford site, there will be a Pop Up Museum open to the public from Tuesday 3rd April to Monday 9th inclusive –  entrance is free of charge.

 It will be located on what was the site of the Ford factory and there is parking available on site - accessed at the new traffic lights on Wide Lane. 

Follow the road into the new development, straight up to the top and park in the Cooper Vision Car park on the right hand side – it will be signposted.

Although entry to the Museum is free  we are asking people to book tickets in advance as we have two timed entries a day at 11.00 am and 1.00 pm

 If you would like to attend you can book ticket(s) either at the Round About Café or online at ticketsource.co.uk/ford-transition.

There will be refreshments available on site and also a small pop-up shop selling memorabilia produced by project volunteers – for cash only.
 

We have accumulated some lost property, anything not claimed by half term will be disposed of

Studybugs - absence reporting app

Reminders

Learning Times Tables

Thank you to everyone who has sent in their sponsor money for the fun run.

We have raised an amazing £836.76- Thank you!

Sports Day - 23rd June

Ofsted Inspection - Tuesday 13th June

Southampton University will be published some photos taken at school during Chinese lessons and from our Chinese experience day later this term.   (Years 2 to 6 only)

Please inform the school if you do NOT wish your child's photos to be used by the University.

Fun Run

Extreme Hair cuts

School start time

Fair Funding meeting 3rd May 2017 - change of venue to St James' Methodist Church

Road Safety

'Design a Sign' competition

Slapped cheek

Dinner money is increasing from 24th April please see the attached for information

Funding cuts

Is your child getting enough sleep?

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