27th July 2016
Once again we have reached the end of a packed year, full of many achievements.
Our Year 6 leave us today to move on to the next phase of their education and we would like to wish all of them the very best of luck in the future. This is the first year group that I have seen move the whole way through the school and it has been an absolute pleasure to see them grow and develop so much.
Their leavers’ play was fantastic and I am looking forward to today’s leavers’ assembly.
Last week’s music concert reminded us of how important music is to the all-round development of our children. All of Year 3 now play the recorder and another 25-30% of children in Years 4-6 learn a musical instrument. If your child will be in Year 4, 5 or 6 in September and they are still interested in starting to play an instrument then please contact the office.
The school’s governors have worked hard to ensure that school continues to move forward. The results of their survey can be found on the Governors’ page of the school website www.nevillroad-junior.co.uk.
There is also a letter from Richard Reece, our chair of governors, available there. We would like to extend our thanks to them for all the work that they do.
Friends’ of Nevill Road have continued to work hard to raise funds for the school and again we would like to pass on our heartfelt thanks for all their efforts.
We change our school dinner provider in September. You should all have received an email from Live Kitchen with your registration details. You will be able to start ordering meals in mid August, however, a notifications will be sent you on Saturdays to remind you to order your child’s meal for the following week.
As we end this year we would like to thank Mrs Maloney, Miss Stoker, Mrs Rucroft and Miss Harris for all their hard work this year. They are all moving on to pastures new and we would like to wish them well.
I hope that you all have an enjoyable summer. To those parents who are ending their association with school, thank you and best wishes for the future.
Miss Sheila Harrison