Weekly update

Week beginning Monday 24th April 2017

 

ALL CLUBS COMMENCE THIS WEEK

 

Monday 24th April Year 5 have a football tournament at Kingswood Primary School (leave school at 12.45pm)

Tuesday 25th April Year 4 have a football tournament at Shawley Primary School (leave school at 12.45pm)

Wednesday 26th April at 9.00am Reception children have their trip to Godstone Farm. At 1.30pm Year 4 have their final swimming lesson. Year 3 have a football tournament at Banstead Junior School (leave school at 12.55pm)

Thursday 27th April Year 2 have a football tournament at Epsom Downs Primary School (leave school at 12.45pm). At 2pm we will have the Bike-It Family Bike Ride

Friday 28th April at 2.30pm we will have the Reception Learning journey celebration to parents in the hall (parents welcome)

Saturday 29th April at 11.30am it is the Banstead May Fayre - Year 3 children will be taking part in the procession before doing Maypole dancing at approximately 12.35pm

 

 

You will find the term dates for this term and the next school year (2017-18) by clicking here.

Notices from School Office

The cost of Junior School lunches is £61.60 for the 1st half of the Summer 2017 term. Please ensure that this is paid on ParentPay.

If you use Breakfast club, please ensure that your ParentPay account is topped up to cover your child’s sessions in advance.

The school day starts at 8:35am and finishes at 3:10pm.

Open Days

We have now had our open days for this year but if you would like to visit our school please phone the school office on 01737 350012 and we will be happy to make an appointment for you.

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