Introducing School Gateway: Action Needed
The school will be moving from ParentMail to School Gateway from September 2019. School Gateway works in a similar way to ParentMail and will be used for school communication with families, newsletters, club bookings and payments. Please read what action needs to be taken: School Gateway introductory letter
Our half term ‘Green’ learning culminated with Walk to School week. There was a chart in each classroom where the children placed a sticker when they had completed an active journey to school in a hope to complete Buster’s ‘Journey around Hertfordshire’.
On Tuesday 21st May it was ‘Happy Shoesday’ when children wore their most fabulous shoes to walk to school in. There was a walking bus running from Morrisons along the Alban Way, to gain an extra sticker for a ‘Park and Stride’.
Read our Eco Newsletter 3 for news from our Green Day plus other Green initiatives.
Green Day 2019
Sustainabilty Festival Art Work 2019
We have a hatchery in school!
Catholic Children’s Society
Thank you to everyone for participating in the non-uniform day today in support of the Catholic Children’s Society. We have raised a total of £300 - thank you so much for your generosity.
Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day aims to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. In school KS1 have been discussing how to stay safe and we used this film to help our discussion www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRQ8F0gGKaI
Bethan Woollvin tweeted about Class 6's art work!
KS1 Christmas Play
Action for Children
We sent £520 to from the donations raised at the Christmas performances. This money will go towards giving vulnerable children gifts and a hot meal this Christmas. Your donations really make a difference, thank you. If you would like to find out more, please visit the Action for Children website.
Year 2 went to Mountfitchet
Children in Need
Thank you everyone for your generous support for Children in Need. The children had wonderful fun dressing up in their spots and stripes and participating in our sponsored dance-a-thon. With your support, we managed to raise a whopping £600! Thanks to Miss Ketley and all staff members for getting involved and raising much needed funds for an excellent cause.
Year 1 trip to Clarence Park
Here is Class 4 having fun!
Maths Bring and Buy Sale
The children’s excitement and interest in Maths was evident at our Bring and Buy Sale on Wednesday. Children learned how to handle money, calculating totals and change in a practical way. Thank you to all parent volunteers and for all the donations of goods and spending money; the sale raised £195! The School Council will decide which charity will benefit from these funds.
Thank you for your generous donations at our Harvest festival. All donations received were given to the Women’s Refuge in St Albans. The children raised our spirits with harvest-themed songs and we reflected on the wonder of Harvest time through prayers read by Ben and Henry in Year 2.