11th June 2021
Dear parents and carers,
Welcome back. We hope you all had a restful half term in the superb weather we were given.
Striving for Success
As part of our learning this term, we have been looking at how we and others can develop the skills to learn how to be successful. Mr Conway has invited the Paralympic, David Hill to both our schools. The children have prepared lots of questions and they are looking forward to raising funds to part fund his visit and to part fund the schools in building a resource bank. They will bring home a sponsor form this week, please support them as best you can, every little helps. Cash will be accepted in an envelope on this occasion then quarantined when it arrives into school. Many thanks.
We are also very proud of our children’s progress in striving to become a “single use plastic-free school.” Perranuthnoe class have been studying the litter/waste at school and on the beach and have found that over half of the plastic is related to lunch and break snacks. Please help them to reduce by thinking carefully about what you are providing as a snack. Healthier options such as fruit, crackers, home-made snacks, not only have the health benefits but also tend to be more environmentally friendly with less packaging.
REMINDER – Please could you ensure that you apply sun cream to your child before school and put a bottle in their bag for a lunch time top up and at the same time send a coat…. We never know what the weather is doing from one day to the next so it is best to be prepared for all weathers. Could you also ensure your child has a water bottle with water only in it.
Message from Mrs Larcombe – Andrew Mercer is running another dads’ session on Monday 19th July at 6.30pm for 90 minutes at the cost of £7.50 per device. The session is a chance to hear more about Autism whilst hearing from dads about their autism and their young person’s autism. If you wish to join then please contact Andrew as below.
Online Resilience training for parents - Headstart Kernow will be delivering a Facebook Live workshop, with Andy Phippen, for parents about children and young people's online resilience. The event will take place on Wednesday 16th June 7.30-8.30pm. It will be hosted by Headstart Kernow Youth (fhttps://www.facebook.com/TFFCornwall) – follow this link to see details of the event in their feed, or you can just pop to the page on the date and watch it that way.
We hope you all have a lovely weekend…. Don’t forget to complete your blended learning tasks!
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