Our latest newsletter went home with pupils tonight (along with an information letter about Parent Pay). There are some important dates for your diary in the newsletter as well as lots of lovely news about what we have been up to this term. Please take the time to read the newsletter. We have archived a copy in our School Newsletters section. To find it, click ‘Parents’ and ‘School Newsletter’.
We have just updated our uniform section of the school website with our uniform price list. Please contact Kelly Jobes (Office Manager) should you wish to make an order.
Our current uniform items and their prices are as follows…
Today, your child will be bringing home a copy of two new documents-our new ‘Code of Conduct’ for parents and our ‘Anti-bullying’ guidance for parents. The full version of the anti bullying policy and behaviour policy can be found in the policy section of our website. Both documents have been agreed and adopted by our Governing Body and we would be grateful if you could take the time to read them. As always, thank you for your continued support.
Please take a look at our Christmas dates for your diary.
Monday 10th December at 2.15pm – Years 4,5 & 6 Brass & Ukulele Concert.
Friday 14th December at 1.45pm – Xmas Fayre
Monday 17th December at 10.00am – Foundation & KS1 Performance
Monday 17th December PM – Foundation Xmas Party in own setting
Monday 17th December PM – Year 1 & Year 2 Xmas Party (Hall)
Tuesday 18th December AM – Year 3 & 4 Pantomime Performance for parents
Tuesday 18th December PM – Year 3 & 4 Xmas Party (Hall)
Wednesday 19th December PM – Year 5 & 6 Xmas Party
Thursday 20th December at 9.30am – KS2 Carol Service
Thursday 20th December – Xmas Dinner Day
Any events without times will be confirmed at a later date, there will also be letters and reminders sent.
Please see our October newsletter for important dates and information.
A big well done to all of our Year 6 pupils who gave their family group ambassador speeches this afternoon. We were so proud of your commitment, enthusiasm and fantastic attitude! Here is a photo of the candidates and some of their quotes. We will count the votes and reveal the new ambassadors and their deputies on Monday. You are all winners in our eyes.
‘I think I can make a difference to the school and the pupils in it.’ Jack Mangles
‘I hope you choose me. I can help you and you will be helping me.’ Hannah Broughton
‘I will try to make lessons as fun as possible.’ Lewis
‘I will take my role very seriously.’ Zak
‘I will do my very best to help you fit right into the family that Thornley Primary School is.’ Grace Whinn
‘I will make sure that the people in my group will have fun and learn lots of things. Please vote for me.’ Skye Turner
‘I won’t let you down.’ Lily Clarkson
‘I will make sure that everybody is included so no one is left out!’ Laura Jane Parker
‘My sister has been in this position and I would like to follow in her footsteps.’ Tia Orton
‘I would like to do the job because I want to be a good role model, help others when they struggle and encourage people to do their best.’ Lexi Carr
‘Friends at school are like family.’ Lilly Jobes
‘I hope everyone finds me friendly and approachable when they need help.’ Grace Maddison
‘I am helpful, kind and respectful. I will help my ambassador.’ Lucas Higgins
‘I am willing to give 100% in this position if I am chosen.’ Alesha Foster
‘I also want people to do their best.’ Charlie Ashcroft
‘I will try my best to achieve my goals and make things better for everyone.’ Skye Bratton
‘I want to make school an enjoyable experience for everyone.’ Luke Wilson
School reopens for a brand new term on Wednesday 5th September. We hope you have all had a wonderful summer break. If you haven’t already signed up for our new Class Dojo reward and communication system, it would be great to have as many parents and carers using it at the beginning of term as possible. If you have lost your log on pass code, you can ask your child’s new teacher for another copy.
See you all on Wednesday! Listen out for our brand new automated bell to start the school day.