Don’t miss this week...
As we look optimistically to the year ahead, one of our priorities is to re-establish opportunities for all of you to visit the school and share in your children’s learning in lots of different ways. Your feedback tells us that you have missed being invited into school and we have certainly missed being able to welcome you. We also know that there are some parents of our current reception and year 1 children who have never had an opportunity to see the inside of our wonderful school.
Below is a list of exciting events we have planned, including the return of Family Assemblies, parent workshops and school tours. We have tried to give lots of notice and we are looking forward to welcoming as many of you as possible into school.
Class /people involved
Date and Time
Middle School Spring Performances
Adriatic, Caribbean, Pacific
Monday 28th March, 1:45pm
Tuesday 29th March, 1:45pm
Thursday 31st March, 1:45pm
EYFS parents/carers tour of the school
Parents/carers of children in Greenland and Lapland
Tuesday 24th May, 5pm
Yr 1 parents/carers tour of the school
Parents/carers of Year 1 children in Atlantic and Baltic
Tuesday 14th June, 5pm
Thursday 28th April, 8:50am
Friday 29th April, 8:50am
Thursday 5th May, 8:50am
Friday 6th May, 8:50am
Thursday 19th May, 8:50am
Friday 20th May, 8:50am
Thursday 26th May, 8:50am
Thursday 16th June, 8:50am
Friday 17th June, 8:50am
Thursday 23rd June, 8:50am
Friday 24th June, 8:50am
Anxiety and Worries parent workshop
Online workshop (run by Centre 33)
Wednesday 23rd March 5:30-6:30pm
Building Resilience parent workshop
Online workshop (run by Centre 33)
Monday 25th April 6-7pm
Times Table parent workshops
Parents/carers of children in Year 4
Pacific - 9am Tuesday 15th March
Caribbean – 9am, Tuesday 22nd March
Adriatic – 9am, Wednesday 23rd March
Summer music concert
Parents/carers of children performing
Tuesday 17th May 6-7pm
Wednesday 6th July, from 9:30am
Enrichment provision showcase
Parents/carers of children who have attended Wednesday afternoon provision
Wednesday 6th July 2:30pm
Year 6 Summer performance
Tuesday 12th July 1:45pm
Tuesday 12th July 6pm
Thursday 14th July 6pm
School Term Dates
Please click here to view our school term dates and holidays, which have been updated to include 2022-2023.
Fulbourn Primary School Talent Show 2022
A reminder that we are hosting our very own talent show! Class auditions are being held on 11th March, with the final on 25th March. Everyone is encouraged to enter, whatever their talent. So far, we have entries from Karate experts, rappers and a singer! Get practising over half-term!
Create a piece of art on A3 or A4 in any mixed media on the theme of ‘Togetherness’. All entries must be submitted by 18th March and the winning entry will be framed and take pride of place in our new art gallery.
The school will continue to offer a temporary lunch menu for three weeks after half term. A copy of the menu can be found here:
Don’t forget to keep logging your miles for the Cambridge2Cambridge challenge! The link to the Google form and more information can be found on the school website.
Thank you for continuing to support us by following testing advice and keeping your children at home when they are unwell. We are pleased to see a significant fall in number of children isolating. For your information these are the number of cases we have had in school since the beginning of this term and the current number of cases isolating at home:
From 04 Jan
From 04 Jan
In partnership with Centre 33’s Child and Wellbeing practitioners, Fulbourn Primary School is hosting workshops for parents and carers to support their child’s emotional wellbeing. The online workshops, which will be delivered via Zoom, will focus on supporting children with worries and anxieties and supporting them to build resilience:
Supporting my child with anxieties and worries – 5.30 – 6.30 p.m. Wednesday 23rd March
Supporting my child to build resilience – 6.00 – 7.00 p.m. Monday 25th April.
To book a place please complete this online form
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week 2022. The Charlie Waller Trust is offering free webinars for parents, carers and educators presented by mental health trainers, speakers and guest speakers from a wide range of professions, including education, psychology, social work, youth work, public health, psychotherapy and nursing. Topics include the teen brain, sleep, nutrition, depression, perfectionism, and personal stories from young people. Click here for more information.
The Trust also has a helpful list of resources and information that parents and carers may find helpful. Click here for information.
We have added a page to our school website where you can find news and information from other organisations which may be of interest including local community groups and details of school holiday activities for children.