The NCC admissions process for September 2015 has now started. For more information please go to their website:
For a primary school place (children 4 before 31 August 2015) – click here
For a secondary school place (for Year 6 children) – click here
Dear parents and guardians,
We will not be having separate celebration assemblies until October due to the new reward system and the general hectic nature of these first few weeks. However, we do want to celebrate the wonderful reading that took place over the summer in conjunction with Roald Dahl Day on Monday.
Please can children bring into school:
- Any completed bookmarks from the school reading challenge by Friday at the latest so we can arrange certificates and complete the prize draw
- Any library challenge certificates and medals by Monday
Should children wish to share any summer achievements before October, they are more than welcome to bring them in so they can be celebrated in their classroom.
Hotshots starts tomorrow – Thursday 11th September, your child will have a letter with the details.
After school sports will start next week, letters have come home to the classes involved . Please go to the letters page if you require a copy.
Dodgeball letters are to be returned to the office as soon as possible please.
Please see below for the first newsletter of 2014/2015 from Mr Scanlan.
Newsletter September 2014
Also attached are the class newsletters (these and all letters can be found at ‘Useful documents / letters’
C1 newsletter Sept 2014 C2 Autumn 1 C3 Autumn 1 Newsletter 2014 C4 newsletter C5 Newsletter Sept 14 Year 6 Autumn Newsletter
If you have not already done so, please order hot lunches by 5.00 pm on Thursday 28th August for the first few days of school. We start back on Friday 5th September.
All Year 1 and Year 2 pupils (2014 / 2015) are entitled to free school meals – please see the link below for more information.
Bliss Charity School Office
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