Happy Platinum Jubilee day!
We wish you all a very happy half term break. We look forward to welcoming the children back on Tuesday 7th June.
Important Reminder – No Nuts or Citrus Fruits
Please remember that we are a nut and citrus free school, as we have pupils and members of staff who have severe allergies to both. Please do not send any citrus fruits or nuts in lunch boxes or snacks for children. Thank you for helping to keep us all safe.
PTFA Meeting (AGM): meet, chat, find out how much we’ve raised this year and how it will be spent, have your say in future events. We really need as many people to come as possible so we can best represent the parents and friends of the school. Please fill in the doodle pool so we can custom the time/date to your needs! https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/b82kDEWe
Children’s Disco – Friday 10th June: KS1 5.00 – 6.00 p.m., KS2 6.15 – 7.30 p.m. Tickets available now on MCAS! £2 (includes squash and crisps). We need parent volunteers to stay and help – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Fair – Saturday 2nd July: We are looking for donations of good condition pre-loved teddies, books and school uniform, plus volunteers to help on stalls/with set up/bring cakes. Please email us!
Men In Schools – School Camp 9th/10th July - No tent required!
Those of you that have been before will know what great fun this annual event is. Run by the Men In Schools group the camp is for all the family and takes place on the edge of Fulbourn Fen nature reserve. We organise competitions, games and workshops. There is food from the BBQ, a campfire, marshmallows, guitar playing and almost certainly water fights! In short, it’s a whole lot of FUN for everyone (we have tents which those without can use for the weekend). Sign up here: https://forms.gle/EvpDhBbBwxL17Eom8 (the form has lots more information and some nice photos).
Fulbourn Village Library Visits
As mentioned last week, we have been working hard with the community library to arrange a visit for each class in the final half term. We would love to have as many families join in with these visits as possible – it’s a great chance to meet your local librarians and hear all about the summer reading challenge! Please take a look at the timetable below and if you are able to volunteer your time to visit, please get in touch with your class teacher or the office. We are looking for as many volunteers as possible, so please let us know if you are willing and able to volunteer for more than one trip. The more volunteers, the merrier!
The library team politely request that adults bring face coverings with them for the trip.
Miss Robins, Y1/2
Mr Cook, Y5/6
The online cut-off date for orders to be placed for free postage back to the school is 2nd June 2022. Please let us know if you have any problems accessing your photographs.
Brass tuition will be starting on Friday afternoons after half term, courtesy of Paul Garner. If you have not already done so, please let us know if you are interested in lessons for your child.
Online Workshops for Parents and Carers
Cambridgeshire County Council’s Early Intervention Family Workers are organising a number of online workshops for parents and carers with primary aged children, where you can learn and explore more about transition to secondary school, sleep, anxiety, and more. Please see the flier for more information:
Covid Vaccination Information for 5 – 11 year olds
Cambridgeshire County Council has asked that the following information be shared with parents:
Please click below to read answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
JS Sports Half Term Activity Camp
JS Sports will again be running a fun activity camp at Fulbourn Primary School on Monday 30th May. To sign up please follow this link: https://www.jssports-education.co.uk/holiday-activities-v1
School Meal Menu
The school meal menu can be found here on our website. Please look at the menu with your child and talk about the different options on offer each day.
Each week in the newsletter, a different teacher will recommend a favourite book. How many will you have read?
Mrs McCaughran Recommends: Witch for a Week, Kaye Umansky
A great easy read for middle school or adult-read bedtime story for lower school children. Elsie Pickles agrees to house sit for local witch Magenta Sharp and gets more than she was expecting! I loved imagining what I might get up to if I were a witch for a week!
Don’t forget to visit the Community Noticeboard page on our website for information about local clubs, organisations and events. Just added is information including Cherry Hinton Lions FC Girls Football training, Fulbourn Village Library’s Book Sale on 4th June and Fencing Lessons at Bottisham Village College.
Year 1 have been planting bean seeds and experimenting with differing growing conditions. They sprouted in cotton balls with no soil.