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Crestwood Park Primary School

Be the best you can be

Yet another busy week but this time with the sun shining down on us! It's been a great end to the week; the children have thoroughly enjoyed visiting Year Six's Enterprise Event. Our Year 6 class did a fantastic job of planning, creating and running the stalls and the with the help of the staff team, their hard work has paid off. We're still counting up the pennies and will keep you posted with the totals! Thank you so much for supporting this event and sending your children in to school with plenty of pocket money!

We can't quite believe another year has gone by...it's been tricky at times but we've come out of it stronger than ever and ready for whatever September brings! There are details below regarding any restrictions that may be in place on our return to school, however we're keeping everything crossed that we can operate with some normality! 

As this is the last newsletter of the term and the year, we wanted to make sure we mark a few important occasions. Firstly, we want to wish our Year Six's the very best of luck for their move to secondary school. We'd love to keep hold of them for just a little bit longer, but they're definitely ready for their next step. 

Again, we couldn't let the end of term pass without saying a very fond farewell to Mrs Morgan. Mrs Morgan joined Crestwood park in 2004 and since then, has taught all of the children currently in our school and many more previously! We are sure you would like to join us in wishing Mrs Morgan the very best for her new adventures.

Finally, we would like to say a fond farewell to Miss Purewal (or Miss P as she is fondly known!). Miss P currently works as part of the Reception team but will be leaving at the end of term to pursue her teaching training- good luck Miss P, you'll be a fabulous teacher!

Thank you

Crestwood Cups - WOW! All of the Crestwood Cups have been sold! We hope you enjoy your sweetie treats over the weekend.

Bottle Tombola - We still have a few bottles left! Look out for us on the playground Monday afterschool for EVERY PRIZE IS A WINNER!

Year 6 Enterprise - Well done to all of our year 6's for organising and planning the Year 6 Enterprise.  Half of the money raised will go to Mary Stevens Hospice and the other half will be for the year 6 children to choose a treat of their choice. 

Summer Hamper - Raffle tickets are still available to purchase at the start of the school day from Wednesday onwards and the winning ticket will be drawn on the last day of term.


Summer Activity Day

The Summer Activity Days with Mr Barnett are scheduled for Thursday and Friday next week.

Everyone who will be attending should of received a confirmation note of their place.

We have so many exiting activities planned for you!

If you require further information, please contact the school office.


After School Sports Clubs

As the children break up for the Summer on Tuesday, there will be no more after school clubs next week.

We will be in touch when we return with details of the clubs on offer for the Autumn term.

Year 6 Enterprise

Thank you to all families for sending your children in with money to spend at the Year 6 Enterprise.
Everyone has had a fabulous time.
We will let you know how much has been raised as soon as it has been counted.
A special thanks to Mr T and Mr B for 'volunteering' for Soak the Teacher!

A message from our Pastoral Team

After a busy and unusual year we wanted to wish you all wonderful and safe summer filled with fun and sunshine! 

We have attached a 6 weeks of summer Challenge.  

Each week has a different theme, including nature, mindfulness, art and kindness. We’d love to see you taking part in the challenge – please send us photos of your favourite activities.

We have also included a link to a website to share ideas for fun activities for families, we are aware it is American but thought it had some lovely activities to try. 

We look forward to welcoming you all back in September and we can't wait to hear all of your news. 

Something for our New Starters in September

We have found this video and thought it would be nice for you to share with the children starting with us in September. 

We can't wait for them to join our Crestwood Park Family!

COVID Update

Dear Parents / Carers,

Covid-19 update

As you know, the government has announced an easing of covid-19 measures from 19th July 2021 but expects the wearing of face coverings to be continued in indoors spaces.

With current cases of covid-19 rising rapidly in the borough and doubling weekly, we have been asked by the local authority to keep all current measures in place until the end of this term.

Please be aware that, in line with current guidance, the need for isolation when advised still remains.  This will not change until 16th August 2021.

When the new academic year begins in September, we may need to temporarily reintroduce some measures to control cases and outbreaks in local areas. This will be on the instruction of the borough’s Director of Public Health and we will of course communicate any outbreak management plans to you as soon as possible.

We hope we can count on your continued support whilst we remain in the grip of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Happy Birthday!

We would like to say a very big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to...

Haidar-Ali, Oceanna, Charlie and Scarlett who have celebrated their special day this week, or will be celebrating over the weekend. We hope you all have a lovely day.


When to get a test...and which one!

Lateral Flow Tests are for non symptomatic testing. PCR testing is for testing with symptoms.

Looking after our community

This term's Golden Certificate Assembly

Well done to the children who received a Golden Certificate for the last half term of the year. You can watch all our assemblies on our website (go to Our School, Pupil Pages) or lick the link here.

Keep you eye out for the SPARKS 'Safe' Assembly on Monday!

We're going cashless...!

Following the letters and messages you have received, we are really pleased to announce that from September, all lunch money and school trips will be paid for via the 'School Money' app.

We will send some reminders in the weeks prior to the new term so you can be fully prepared. We are hoping that this move will cut down on lots of admin in school and will give you a better overview of what you are paying for and when.

Acts of Community Kindness

A message from Eve's Mum...
1016 Crisp packets collected for the Crisp Packet Project!!!
Thank you to Crestwood Park Primary School, Poppyfields Daycare, The Crestwood Pub, family and friends for collecting for Eve. Eve is collecting until Tuesday 20th July however if people would like to continue we can let you know of a local collection point.
Thank you again everyone!!! ❤️

New School Ties!

Our new Year Five and Year Six children will have the honour of being presented with our new school ties (a new design chosen by our school council). No need to purchase these as they will be presented as a gift, but subsequent ties can be bought from Totally Uniform (in Kingswinford). 

And finally,

We know it's still a worrying time for families with so many COVID cases around at the moment. We are hoping that all our classes get to enjoy the last two days of school with plenty of sunshine and without any disruptions! 

As a reminder, our term finishes at 3:10pm on Tuesday 20th (collect until 3:30pm) and children are back again on Monday 6th September with the same drop-off and pick-up arrangements (all children need to be in school BEFORE 9am please!)

We will be sending out reminders for various bits of information in the run up to the new term but if you do have any questions, please ask.

Finally, thank you to our our parents and families for such super support again this year...we really can't do the job without you! Mrs Kennedy and Mrs Cooper would like to extend their personal thanks to you all, for bearing with them when things have been challenging(!) and for your incredible support and throughout the year.  

Have a good weekend everyone, and a good summer break if you're lucky enough to be having one. Keep safe and enjoy the sunshine!




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