Newsletter Spring 11

27th March 2015


Well done to Nursery who had the highest attendance last week. Get plenty of rest, healthy food and exercise over the holidays for a hardworking and well attended summer term.


Week Ending 20:03:15




Nursery - Mrs Stewart




RW - Mrs Wood


3M - Miss Mullins


R:1H - Miss Hollis


4I - Miss Inman


1:2MS - Miss Murphy &

Mrs Somerville


5L - Mr Lodge


1:2HF - Mrs Hayton

& Mrs Fyffe


6W - Mr Willmott      



Robin Hood`s Bay

Year 4 have survived their first residential! The children spent 3 days in Robin Hood`s Bay. They thoroughly enjoyed the experience, and it is always great when we get positive feedback about our school from places we`ve visited.


New Lunch Menu after Easter

There will be a new lunch menu when school returns after the Easter break. A copy of the  three week rolling menu will be sent home after the holidays.

Gaming information for parent/ carers

Online gaming is becoming more popular, even amongst younger children. However, as with all technology, this poses risks when some exploit this to harm children. We would recommend that all parents consider how to discuss with children and monitor this at home. is a gaming information site for parents, which gives useful information on setting restrictions etc. The Thinkuknow website for parents also provides a wealth of resources and videos to show parents general e-safety etc.


Easter Holidays

The school closes for a two week holiday and we return on Monday 13th April. Please encourage your child to read as much as possible throughout the holiday. Happy Easter and God Bless! 


St Paul’s Church Notices


Service Times

Sunday 29th March Palm Sunday - 11.00am Communion  / 18:00pm Quiet service

Monday 30th March -  19:30pm Healing service

Thursday 2nd April – 18:30pm Communion

Good Friday - 11:00am Children`s service and activities  / 14:00pm – Service on Wrenthorpe Green

Easter Sunday – 11:00am Communion 




Christine Chell

Headteacher and Designated teacher for Child Protection