Thursday 17th July – 2.00 pm in the Staff room.
The purpose of this is to give parents the opportunity to meet with the parent governors to discuss all aspects of the school. It will be a very casual drop in and chat time, where you can let us know how it feels to be a parent and to share any views that you have about the school.
If you can make this time and would like the opportunity to share your views about the school, it would be greatly appreciated.
Aubrey Applewhaite & Jon Hornagold
Below is today’s edition of The Reporter produced by Class 6 and their podcast.
Reporter Tuesday 2014
With only 4 days to go, the World Cup in Brazil is just around the corner! To get behind the England team, the School Council have decided to hold a Red and White World Cup Mufti Day on Thursday 19th June 2014.
We’ll also be holding our own 5-a-side Mini World Cup Tournament and a penalty shoot-out on The Green at lunchtime. If you would like to enter a team then please take your team list to Mrs Heard by Friday 13th June. Teams can be mixed boys and girls and you will need to wear PE kit to take part. If we receive too many entries teams will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
So go get out your red and white clothes and come join in the football fever!
Below is Monday’s copy of The Reporter from class 6 and their podcast.
Here are some of the leaflets I have found – if you would like any further help or information please pop into the office.
Friends of Bliss are running a jar tombola at the village fete on Saturday 14th June, we are therefore holding a mufti day on Friday 6th June where children are able to come to school in their own clothes in exchange for bringing in a jar filled with sweets, small toys, hair bands etc.
As always, thank you for your support
Friends of Bliss
Parents’ Information session – Thursday 5th June at 3.15
Due to the revised national curriculum and the upcoming summer holidays we would like to invite you to an e-safety awareness meeting with our local PCSO Jen Harrison. This will include essential information about keeping your children safe on their mobile phones, the internet, ipads and tablets.
We feel it is imperative that at least one adult from each KS 2 household attends this meeting, so we will be running a crèche in class 4. Please complete the slip below or email the office to let them know you can attend. We will be contacting anyone who does not reply
We will have lots of vital information for you to take away which is essential for keeping your children safe online.
Jen will be available for parents to drop in and ask questions from 2.45 – 3.15 pm. The parents’ session will then follow at 3.15 pm in the hall and should last approximately 30 minutes.
parent esafety invite