April 28th

April 28th newsletter

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Dear Parents/Carers,

It has been another week full of variety. Do see the attached newsletter for photos and information about some of the things that the children have been doing, this week.

Parent Questionnaire – Final Chance

Thank you to all parents who have completed our parent questionnaire. We really value your views about our school, and how we support your child and would, therefore, be grateful if you would take our parent survey. Please take a moment to celebrate our strengths with us, and to make suggestions for further improvement.


Music Lessons – Kingston Music Service

Kingston Music Service (KMS) provides instrumental and vocal music lessons to young people in Kingston’s schools and music centres. The service runs a range of music ensembles to support young people’s musical journey and enable they to play with other young musicians. For more information about their services and to apply for lessons, please visit their website: https://www.kingston.gov.uk

PTA May Fair – Cardboard Rolls Needed

You will have received a ParentMail message today, about the May Fair. I have been asked to highlight their request for cardboard rolls – kitchen rolls, toilet rolls, etc. If you have any, do hand them in at either office. Do see the attached picture of what they are hoping children can create with one.

Kingston University – Young Scientist Days

Following the success of last year’s event, Kingston University are inviting children aged 4 to 11 to the university to take part in the Young Scientist Days. The two days are during the summer half-term: the 30th and 31st of May 2017, with sessions running from 9-12 noon and 1-4pm. During the days, children will take part in various research projects that have been designed to better understand the development of crucial skills and gauge how children learn from the world around them. Do see the attached flyer for more information.

Charity Walk for Peace

On Sunday 14th May, starting at 10am in Newham there will be another Charity Walk for Peace run by the Ahmadiyya community.  They have kindly agreed once again to match fund donations, which Lunchbowl collects during the year. This is a charity close to our hearts, which has created kindergardens in the Kibera slums in Nigeria. You are most welcome to join the walk with your children as a sign of appreciation of their generosity.  For more information, click here. If you think you might be interested in going, please contact Mr Anees on amiranees65@gmail.com.

With best wishes for an enjoyable holiday weekend.

Tabitha White