All parents are requested to close the school gate when entering and exiting the premises. Please ensure the gates are closed behind you at all times. Many Thanks
HEAD BOY AND HEAD GIRL
This year the following children have been voted for by their peers to be Head Boy and Head Girl of Abercarn Primary School – Kai Kinsey and Megan Thomas. This year William Selway and Nissi Turner will be Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl.
School photographs Monday 24th September 2018. Please inform the office if you require a sibling photograph otherwise individual photographs will be taken.
If your child is absent, please use the absence line (Press 1 from the menu given). We will pick up your message. An increasing number of parents are waiting to speak to someone in the office to report an absence. The office is extremely busy especially at the start of the school day! Reporting absences using the absence line will help greatly!
Don’t forget our Breakfast Club runs daily from 8.10am. Children are provided with a healthy breakfast and lots of games are available. This also helps with children being in school on time!
In order to promote eco initiatives (saving paper), Our weekly newsletter will from 17th September 2018 be added to our New School App as well as being available on all our social media platforms (e.g. Website, Facebook, Twitter etc. with only minimal copies available to collect from a “newsletter box” at the front of the school on a weekly basis.
Please ensure the letters sent home for local visits, photographs etc are returned – we are missing lots of letters!
I will be sending details of clubs this week and consents must be returned. Please note pupils must be collected.
MACMILLAN COFFEE AFTERNOON
Our annual Macmillan Coffee / Tea and cake afternoon will be on Monday 1st October 2018. Please join us for a drink and cake to raise funds for Macmillan from 2.40pm.
This week is Menu 3
REMINDER: FRUIT MONEY
To clarify – Pupils in Year 4, 5 and 6 purchase fruit independently at break time. They are responsible for their fruit money and will purchase what they want at break time. Pupils in all other year groups have the money managed by the class teacher and lists are kept in class and fruit distributed on a daily basis.