Here are some lovely photos from this week.
We have had lots of feedback from families about bikes and scooters and we have been working on the best way to allow children to store bikes and scooters in school during the day. From Monday 23rd, we will be allowing year 5 and year 6 students only to bring bikes and scooters in to school.
Children should come to the gate that they normally use (Daintree on St Vigor’s Road, Sherwood in the car park, Amazon to the office gate) at the normal time. Teachers and TAs will then help direct children to the right place to store their vehicles.
Amazon and Sherwood children must get off their bikes / scooters at the top of the drive and walk down the drive and into the carpark. For their own and others’ safety, children who do not follow this rule will lose this privilege.
At the moment, we are only able to offer this to children in years 5 and 6, but we will try to extend it to other classes if we can make it work safely.
We have been celebrating Anti-Bullying week under the theme of Cool to be Kind.
Atlantic class made Kindness Posters. Cian came up with a very thoughtful message for his poster which was 'Be kind to a person even when they are not kind to you’. Jhaanvi was very creative and drew the globe thinking that kindness makes the world better. She wrote 'Make the right choices'.
Just a reminder that children are not able to do PE whilst wearing earrings. On PE days, please remove your child’s earrings before school, unless they can remove and replace their earrings themselves. We are not able to help children with their earrings nor can we put tape over earrings.
The Fulbourn Primary School Elves are busy discussing (via Zoom!) exciting plans for December to ensure we all feel in the Christmas Spirit despite the restrictions in place. Watch this space for further news and dates!
4th December: Virtual Quiz: This will be a wonderful way to (virtually) get together for a bit of healthy competition and a few giggles along the way! Teams need to be registered in advance as soon as possible for this event to go ahead. Register your team here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=DQSIkWdsW0yxEjajBLZtrQAAAAAAAAAAAAZ__psS9jxUMlk2M0Y3SlJHUEQxNjJaWU9FN0U5NkxHNC4u&fbclid=IwAR0Gf9zoIZIX-Tk0o28CBsPu9aqx3qNKTZriChpff2QMU9tvcybjhLGIamA
18th December: Christmas Jumper day. No cash donation requested, but if you find you have a few £s to spare, please do feel free to donate via either of the JustGiving links below – every little helps! J
…..to everyone who took part in the recent Halloween Balloon Race. Although none of the FPS balloons ended up winning (or even making it into the top 100……) we did raise a wonderful sum of £347!
…..to everyone who placed an order with Cauliflower cards. Hopefully you have received some wonderful Christmas goodies and you have helped to raise £257!
Cambridgeshire Police have put together a short video clip entitled “Lockdown 2 – The regulations explained”. Within this video, Chief Inspector Rogerson provides a step by step explanation of these regulations, specifically in relation to children and young people. We hope you and your families will find it useful.You can view the video by following this link Lockdown II Regulations.