15th July 2022
Don’t miss this week...
- Learning Journeys and school reports
- Reading book amnesty!
- Lunch changes
So much to celebrate!
We have sent home with the children this afternoon their Learning Journeys and school reports. We hope you enjoy sharing the pieces of work that the children best believe celebrate their successes this year as well as reading about their progress in the reports their teachers have written. If you have any questions at all about your child’s report please contact your child’s class teacher who will be happy to arrange a convenient time to talk.
We know that parents live in different households and would each like to share in their child’s success. If you would like a separate copy of your child’s report emailed to a parent that lives in a different household, please contact the school office who will be happy to help.
As next week is our final week of the academic year, please spend some time over the weekend looking for any stray reading books that may have been left at home accidentally. Any found books can be returned directly to the class teacher. Please don’t worry if you have accidently ended up with a few extra reading or library books at home – we will just be very grateful to have them all back in school for other children to enjoy in school next year!
We are closely following local and national guidance about keeping staff and children safe in the extreme heat next week. At this stage the advice is to stay open to all children next week, making careful adaptations to keep everyone as safe as possible. Please make sure your child has a water bottle in school, as well as a hat and sun cream. The children will not be taking part in PE lessons on Monday or Tuesday but instead learning about healthy lifestyles with our sports coaches.
Please note the changes to the school meal menu for Monday and Tuesday next week:
Beef Spaghetti Bolognaise
BBQ Bean Wrap
Chicken Pasta Bake
Quorn Pasta Bake
Jacket Potato with Cheese
Important – KS1 and KS2 football after school clubs on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th July have been cancelled due to the extremely hot weather that is forecast.
JS Sports believe that every child should stay as active as possible during the summer break. Summer camps introduce children to new and exciting activities, give them the opportunity to meet new friends and crease a fun-filled experience they will remember forever. You can sign up now for a summer camp at Fulbourn Primary School from 25th – 29th July at jssports-education.co.uk
For information about further camps at other Cambridgeshire locations, please see our website.
Dates and Events
Class /people involved
Date and Time
Year 6 Leavers’ BBQ
Year 6 Pupil
Thursday 21st July 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly
Parents / carers of Year 6
Friday 22nd July 9:00am
Fulbourn Forum Traffic Survey
Please see information below from Fulbourn forum regarding HGV traffic surveys in Great Wilbraham and Fulbourn. Volunteers are being sought to help with the next survey.
Education Inclusion Family Advisor News
Please find below this week’s newsletter from the EIFA, as well as information about summer holiday parent/carer drop-ins and workshops.
Don’t forget to visit the Community Noticeboard page on our website for information about local clubs, organisations and events. Just added is:
- Information about Cambridge Country Show
- Summer activities at Fulbourn Library
- Summer activities at the National Horseracing Museum
Some highlights from this week
Middle School have been exploring colour and shape!