We are aware that some of our children may use the Snapchat app on their phones. If you know that your child is using Snapchat, please be sure to read and share this information with them:
You can also read how to switch this feature of Snapchat to ghost mode (where the user’s location is not shared).
You should also be aware that the lower age restriction for using Snapchat is 13, and may wish to discuss this with your children. NSPCC netware Snapchat page: https://www.net-aware.org.uk/networks/snapchat/
It’s a very busy two weeks until the end of term. Here are some of the things you will not want to miss:
Thursday 6 July
transition afternoon – all classes (pick-up as normal)
Summer Fair, 3.15pm
Monday 10 July
year 6 to Arne, all day
Tuesday 11 July
preschool: 9.30-10.00 am
reception to year 3: 10 am-11.45 am
marching: 11.45 am
picnic lunch on field: 12-12.45pm
years 4-6: 1.00-3.15pm
farewell cream tea for Mrs Lake at 3.15-4.30pm
Friday 14 July
Leavers Mass, St Edward’s Church, 9.15am
all children (not reception) dropped at church (early birds and minibus separately) – letter with full details to follow
St Mary’s Got Talent – The Final, school hall, 6pm
Monday 17 July
Bikeability level 2, all day
year 2 to Brownsea Island, all day
Reception to Farmer Palmers, all day
Tuesday 18 July
Bikeability level 3, all day
year 6, concert in a day, school hall, all day; performances information to follow, probably 3.30pm and 4.15pm
Wednesday 19 July
last day, school finishes 2.15pm
Children from our school choir finally took part in the performance of Ahoy! which they have been working towards for months. What a super evening! Children from local primary schools, ex-St Mary’s pupils, a large adult choir and a super band, as well as dancers from the Ranger School of Dance, all celebrating the recovery of the Mary Rose with sea shanties and new music. Thank you as always to Jay Buckle for leading us in this uplifting venture.
The Green Team have been planting the flowers from the Mary Procession. They are also planning some raised beds for summer vegetables, and planting giant sunflowers in and around the school ground.
Thank you to all parents, family and friends who contributed plants to the procession.
All classes had a special assembly from the NSPCC, ‘Speak Out, Stay Safe‘ with Buddy. Upper Key Stage 2 children also had a workshop.
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