Newsletter 31st March 2017
Posted on 31st March 2017
MOBILE PHONE REMINDER
As you know it our policy NOT to allow children to bring mobile phones/tablets in to school. It has come to our attention that some older children have these devices in school - PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO DO THIS.
WE WILL MISS YOU
Abbey Gates has been a designated National Support School since 2012 and our team support local schools in many ways. Kaye McGuire has been asked to support two schools over the Summer term on a full time secondment basis with effect from 18th April. We will miss her infectious enthusiasm for virtually everything and look forward to welcoming her back!
DARE….to do the right thing!
The Y6 held their DARE graduation yesterday, following a 10 week programme aimed at supporting them make the right choices in life. Huge thanks to the local Rotary club who have long supported us with this vital project. The audience of parents, Mr Summers, the Mayor of Gedling, Richard from Rotary and myself were so proud of our young people!
We are proud of –
Destiny Dangerfield – F2
Daniel Evans – Y1
James Brothers – Y2
Kavita Durose – Y3
Lily Kerr – Y4
Minnie Bosworth - Y5
Katie Day – Y6
EGGCITEMENT AT OUR EGGSHIBITION…
Well done everyone on your eggcellent decorated eggs – many thanks to our local Sainsbury’s store who not only judged but provided prizes! It was eggstremely difficult to choose, but well done to:
FS winner- Freya O’Connell
KS1 winner - Maisie Brady
Lower KS2 – Daisy Brennan
Upper KS2 – Brooke O’Hanlon
WHAT A TERM!
Our children have so many opportunities to enjoy and excel and this term we have:
Been to Ancient Rome, Space, the Rainforest and the Stone Age
Sailed the seas as Pirates
Enjoyed Fantastic Fairytales
Enjoyed our assembly led by Tony, the Bishop of Southwell
Had the fastest cross country teams in Mansfield and Gedling
Won two distinctions at the Mansfield Music festival
Excelled at football and basketball
Won the Gedling Litter Heroes design competition
Our choir and orchestra have taken part in the Sing Up festival
Hola - we loved our Spanish themed day!
Raised £850 at our fabulous PTA Race Night (this means we can repair the trim trails in the playgrounds)
Have a wonderful Easter break!