13th May 2022
Don’t miss this week...
- Come and sing! Choir returns
- School photographs
- Jubilee lunch
Miss Crowe and Mr Edwards are excited to announce the return of the Fulbourn Primary School choir for any child who is keen to join. Choir sessions will take place on Thursdays after school until 4:15 p.m., starting next Thursday (19th May). Initially, it will be open to children from Years 1-6.
If your child would love to join the choir, please complete this form.
Thanks to everyone that came to the quiz and helped make it such a success! Final total raised to be announced soon.
Children’s Disco – Friday 10th June – tickets available on MCAS! We need parent volunteers to stay and help – please email us at email@example.com
Summer Fayre – Saturday 2nd July - We are looking for donations of good condition pre-loved teddies, books and school uniform.
Don’t forget that the photographer will be in school next Tuesday, 17th May, to take class photos and a year 6 group photo. Children will need to wear their school uniform for this so any children who have PE or swimming that day should please bring their sports kit in a separate bag for changing after their photo.
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
Summer Camp – Sign Up Form is Now Live!
The Men In School summer camp is loads of fun for all the family, and you don’t even need a tent to join in the fun (we have some you can use!) BBQ food, games, fire, marshmallows and activities all included. Sign up here: https://forms.gle/EvpDhBbBwxL17Eom8
Covid Vaccination Programme Update
Cambridgeshire County Council has asked that we share the following information with parents/carers:
Anyone eligible for vaccinations can now walk-in to any of the large-scale Covid Vaccination centres. This includes 5-11-year-olds, and sessions are available at weekends and some evenings (see below details). Appointments can be booked if preferred. Local outreach sessions are also available, as well as sessions at a number of community pharmacies. Visit https://www.thevaccinators.co.uk/ for more details.
Fully vaccinated children aged 5 and over can now get an NHS COVID Pass letter for travel. It can be requested via the NHS website or by calling 119.
More info here: http://nhs.uk/.../get-an.../get-your-nhs-covid-pass-letter/
Don’t forget to complete the online form if your child would like to join the fun and have a special Jubilee school lunch on 27th May.
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?
This week’s recommendation is Stig of the Dump by Clive King, which comes at the recommendation of Mr. Nisbet. Mr. Nisbet says “Stig of the Dump is the kind of book that people call ‘timeless’. This means it will always be loved. It is timeless in another way: the story concerns a mysterious character, Stig – a boy with shaggy hair and no English – who resembles cave dwellers from the distant past. He is discovered quite by accident by the story’s other main character, Barney, when playing by an overgrown chalk quarry near his house – without his mother’s permission. The two become friends, and their adventures begin. I love this tale because it contains magical ingredients of childhood: mystery, danger, discovery, parties, stars and friendship. It is written in beautiful prose that reveals a kind heart. Let the words tingle in you and inspire your own magical adventures.”
Don’t forget to visit the Community Noticeboard page on our website for information about local clubs, organisations and events. Just added is information from Bottisham Village College about swimming lessons and information from SCDC about athletics and netball holiday camps. There is also an invitation from Fulbourn Community Choir for more singers to join the group, singing a range of music and which will be performing at Fulbourn Feast.
Some highlights from this week
EYFS have been enjoying their garden space!
Years 3 and 4 have been experiencing life as a pupil in a Victorian school.