A paper copy can be collected from the school.
Tickets are still available for the autumn discos which are being held on Thursday 24th October. Booking forms are available on ParentMail.
Reception – 3:30pm – 4:15pm
Years 1 & 2 – 4:30pm – 5:15pm
Years 3 & 4 – 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Years 5 & 6 – 6:45pm – 7:45pm
Fancy dress is optional (no masks as we need to identify the children easily). Tickets will cost £2.50 each (All year groups will be provided with biscuits and drinks as per usual and the Yr 3/4 and Yr 5/6 children can bring pocket money for extras.) We are also opening another hall for parents to wait whilst their children are in the discos and tea and coffee will be on sale. We will also have a reading and colouring table.
If your child has a ticket for the disco and usually attends Space Cadets on Thursday you will need to make arrangements for your child to be taken to and/or collected from the disco, as Space Cadets are unable to change or take children to the hall.
Thank you to everyone who donated items to the Harvest Festival on Monday. The Foodbank collected 2 car loads of items which will make an enormous difference to our local families. Please remember that we have a donation point for Kingswood Foodbank all year round and any donations can be left in the black box in the foyer.
If you’ve not yet returned your child’s flu vaccine consent form and want them to have the vaccination, please return the form to the school office no later than Friday 18th October.
All after – school clubs are running next week except Messy Church.
Liyan in Moon Class has lost her cardigan. If found please return to the class.
Remember, if you’ve lost something, check our Lost Property cupboard outside of the library as this is where all lost things will end up.
To celebrate Diwali, on Thursday 24th October our menu will change for the day. The menu is available on page 3.
Next week, children will bring home a copy of the new Autumn/Winter lunch menu which will start on Monday 4th November.
Reception Parents—2Build a Profile
You should have now received an email from 2Build a Profile to register your account in order to be able to view your child’s observation records, the first of which will be sent out early in Term 2. If you experience any problems registering for your account please check your junk/spam folder in the first instance. If you have not received an email or have any problems registering please speak to Mrs King in the school office.
Year 7 Applications
Reminder that the deadline for Secondary School Applications for Year 7 spaces must be received by School Admissions no later than Thursday 31st October 2019.
Applications must be made online via your Local Authority:
If you live in Bristol, you apply through Bristol City Council: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/schools-learning-early-years/secondary-admissions
For South Gloucestershire addresses, you should apply through South Glos Council: https://www.southglos.gov.uk/education-and-learning/schools-and-education/school-admissions/secondary-school-admissions/
If you need help to complete the application, please speak to Mrs King in the school office before Friday 25th October 2019.
Use of the Ball Court and Climbing Frame after school
We have a number of children who are staying behind after school with their parents to play in the ball court and on the climbing frame instead of going straight home.
Once you have collected your child at the end of the day they are no longer the responsibility of the school and should not be using the climbing frame unless supervised by a member of school staff.
Please ensure you and your child/children leave the school premises by 3:30pm so that our site team can secure the site.
Aldi’s Kit for Schools
Please remember that we’re collecting the Team GB stickers from the Aldi’s Kit for Schools promotion. There is a box at the foyer to drop your stickers in. The promotion runs from 6th September until 3rd November. We need all stickers in by Friday 8th November.
Raise Christmas Cheer in your Santa Gear and support Children’s Hospice South West
Children’s Hospice South West are holding their annual Santas on the Run event on the Bristol Harbourside on Sunday December 8th this year. This fun family event helps the hospice raise funds and provide vital support for children with life limiting conditions and their families at Charlton Farm in Bristol. To sign up online and for full event information, visit:
Earlybird prices – save 25% if you book before 14th October.
On the day, join us from 11am at the event village in the Lloyds Amphitheatre on the harbourside to register and collect your free santa suit. There will be refreshments, entertainment, live music and a whole lot of festive fun! You can run, jog or walk the 2K course around the Harbourside, which begins at 1pm, before finishing back at the event village for mince pies. It is a very accessible event, open to all ages and it is wheelchair, pushchair and dog friendly!
Bath Half 2020 – Sunday 15th March 2020
If you’re thinking of running the Bath Half in 2020, why not join the Children’s Hospice South West team? Charity places are available to buy on the website for just £30 (£16 cheaper than a normal place). Runners help to support local families and to make the most of short and precious lives. Sign up today at: https://www.chsw.org.uk/event/bath-half-marathon-2020
Term 3 and 4