Newsletter – 6th October 2017

Parent Newsletter 3 – Autumn Term 2017

Dear Parents and Carers,

Once again it has been all go at Nevill Road Juniors. Students from Bramhall High visited last week to talk to our Year 6s. Rock Kidz have been in all week teaching children songs about respect and saying no to bullying. The concert was a huge success with lots of Rock outfits on show!
Thank you also for all of your kind donations to the Wellspring charity and to all of the families who have donated books to the school library. They have been very well received and the children are really excited about them! Thanks also to all of the parents or carers who have volunteered to listen to children read in school. We will be in touch soon about what happens next.
School Hall DIY SOS
Another huge thank you goes to all the parents and staff who have given up their free time over the past two weekends to sand walls, scrape floors and paint doors. The results so far are amazing.
We are sad to announce that Mrs Lamont will be leaving us after half term due to her new role with the Behaviour Support Service. Mrs Hindle will be teaching the class at the beginning of the week and our SENDco role will be led by Miss Paterson. However, we will still be seeing Mrs Lamont every Thursday afternoon as she will be working with us in her new capacity as a Behaviour Support Teacher. We would also like to wish Mrs Rutherford all the best for her maternity leave and can not wait to meet her new arrival.
Please be reminded that vehicles must not be parked on any of the yellow lines outside the school entrances. Mrs Marshall and I are looking into ways of addressing this issue to ensure that our children are kept safe.
Healthy Snacks
At the Nevill Road Schools we promote healthy eating. We also have a number of children and members of staff, who have severe allergies to nuts. Therefore, we recommend that snacks at break include fruit and breadsticks. Please save sweets for at home.
Code of Conduct
Please be reminded that if you observe any behaviours which do not follow the school code of conduct, please report them to the Headteacher.
Pupil Voice
Over the last three weeks, I have been delivering Circle Times with every class to find out their ideas about how to improve our school further. I have had many fantastic ideas including an underground gaming area and a zip wire! All of the children told me that they feel happy, safe and excited when they come to school. It has been an absolute pleasure getting to know all of the pupils and to hear their views.
Thank you for your continuing support.
Kind Regards
Judi Cliff, Headteacher, Nevill Road Junior School
Together Everyone Achieves More


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