Sheringham Primary School Newsletter
Friday 7th December 2018
Reception & KS1 Christmas Performance - 19/12/18
Why not come and enjoy this festive celebration? Please join us for delicious mince pies and coffee in the hall from 8:50am, which will be followed by a short performance by each of the Year 1 and Reception classes. The concert will finish around 10:15.
Final call for parents to sign up! Please do so on Parent Mail.
Thursday 13th December (3:30-7:30pm)
Monday 17th December (3:30-5:30pm)
Christmas Card Post Box
Our Christmas card post box will be in the entrance hall from Thursday 13th December for those pupils who would like to send cards! Please remind your child that envelopes should be addressed with the name and class of the person who the card is for.
Rachel Southern has been visiting our school for some time. On Wednesday, she worked with Year 3 on forces and magnets. She said how wonderful and welcoming Sheringham Primary is and how much she looks forward to coming back each time.
‘We learned about forces. My favourite part was when she got the monster out!’
‘I liked the part when we looked at the supermarket friction challenge!’
‘I liked the riddle about gravity’ Harshad 3M
Labelling Coats and Fleeces
The winter days are getting darker and colder and there are lots more coats and Sheringham fleeces in school. Please check that your child’s name is written on their coats, fleeces and sweatshirts. If your child does lose an item of clothing, check the lost property box as soon as you can.
The Bookfair arrives on the 6th of December and will be in school until the 20th. Our school receives money for every purchase made and while there will be some dates after school where it will be open, we also encourage families to visit it during the upcoming parents evenings.
Sheringham Talent Show
Forget about Britain’s Got Talent, we’re all looking forward to the infamous Sheringham Talent Show! All talents are welcome, but the standard is high so the advice to children is: ‘Get practising!’
Unfortunately, due to space restrictions parents will not be able to watch the talent show, but please do show your support by encouraging your children and helping them to practise!
Despite a lot of colds and bugs going around, attendance for last week was still above 95% and years 1,2,3 and 5 all had attendance over 96%.
Huge Congratulations to Year 1 who won this weeks award with a fantastic 97.3%.
2P and 4R tied for first place for class winners.
Accompanying this weeks newsletter
- Kittle Photography orders