Diary Dates for week beginning 10th February 2020
|MONDAY||2:15pm - 3:15pm||Lapwood Lambs Group|
|TUESDAY||Swimming for Year 4|
|3:15pm - 4:15pm||Gymnastics after-school club (Years 1-6)|
|WEDNESDAY||3:15pm - 4:15pm||ACE Coaching after-school Dance Club|
|4:00pm - 6:30pm||Parents' Evening|
|THURSDAY||3:15pm - 4:00pm||NO Running Club - cancelled due to parents' evening|
|3:15pm - 4:15pm||Cookery Club for Group 1|
|6:00pm - 8:30pm||Parents' Evening|
|FRIDAY||8:50am - 9:20am||Fitness Friday with Mr Barnett - all welcome|
|3:15pm||Children break-up for half-term.|
|24th||Children return to school at 8:45am|
|6th||Black Country Living Museum visit - Whole School|
|13th||Year 1 Class Assembly|
|17th||Year 4 Parent Workshop - by invite only|
|17th||Year 5 Parent Workshop - Reading Focus - details to follow...|
|20th||Mothers' Day Assembly - further details to follow...|
|26th||Spring Disco - further details to follow...|
It was fabulous to see so many of you turn out on such a frosty morning to join Mr Barnett's Fitness Friday session - still places left so please do come along and join is. The sessions are being held on Friday's from 8:50am - 9:20am.
School Trip to Black Country Living Museum...
Just a little reminder that all slips and money for the whole school trip to the Black Country Museum are due in no later than Wednesday 26th February, thank-you. As part of the curriculum, ALL year groups will be partaking in the trip as part of our curriculum and a Local Area Study. Thank-you for your support.
Parents' Evening Bookings...
If you have not already done so, please book your slot for Parents' evening via our school life app, thank-you.
The Book Fair will be taking place during Parents' Evening on Wednesday and Thursday evening. There is always a wonderful selection of books to purchase, so please do come and have a look...don't forget your pennies!
Activities during half-term - Netball...
For anyone interested, we have been made aware of 2 local Netball Training Clubs; Stourbridge Sapphires is aimed at 7-11 years olds and 12-15 year olds (ages are split) and takes place on Saturday mornings at Fairhaven Primary School. Dudley Diamonds training sessions are aimed at 6-12 year olds and will be taking place from Friday 28th February at Ellowes Hall Sports College. Should you be interested please contact Holly on 07572 189221 or email email@example.com.
Thank-you from our Pastoral team...
A massive thank-you from our Pastoral Team for the huge support shown in joining them for the "Crafty Chat" club on Monday. The club is now FULL but the Pastoral team will let you know as soon as any places become available...thank-you.
Crestwood Park School Newspaper...
Mrs Redfern would be grateful if you or your children have anything they would like featuring in the next school newspaper publication which is due out in April. It could be anything from a recent trip, achievement, interest/hobbies, a little story or just simply a little bit of news. Please send in for Mrs Redfern, thank-you.
And finally..... Music Day!
We've had a fantastic day today with all children writing lyrics that they then performed as one song during assembly. A huge Crestwood Park thank you to Craig and Rob (song writers and producers) who have been working with children throughout the day. They generously gave up their time for our children and we are incredibly grateful for all their hard work
Thank you parents who supported their children with bringing in instruments from home- we have a very musical set of children!
A very well done to our fabulous Year 3 children who gave us a marvellous performance on their cornets- we are all really proud of them all!
Finally, we are over-the-moon to announce that we are now a 'Music Mark' school as we have been recognised for the super music provision we have in our school! Look out for the logo on our letters soon!
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