Friday 23rd November is ‘Crazy Hair’ day. Pupils to come to school in uniform, as normal, but they can have a crazy hairstyle, if they want. We are asking for donations of packets for the Christmas hampers.
Friday 30th November is ‘Tartan’ day. Pupils to come to school in uniform, as normal, but they can wear something tartan, if they want. We are asking for donations of tins for the Christmas hampers.
Friday 7th December is ‘Tinsel’ day. Pupils to come to school in uniform, as normal, but they can wear some tinsel, if they want. We are asking for donations of bottles for the Christmas hampers. If any parent/carer wishes to send in alcohol, please hand this into the office (do not send in with your child). Many thanks.
St Luke’s are celebrating their 40th year up in Springhill and have been holding a variety of different events to mark the occasion. At the end of this month, Thursday 29th (6-9pm), they’re having a Ruby Christmas Night – food, drink, stalls (local companies & pupil enterprise stalls) , raffles, music, choir, games etc and all for a £1 entry fee for adults (kids free). They are wanting to raise funds for the school and the local defibrillator campaign.
Please click here to read the poster.
Please click below to read the newsletter for November:
Following the letter which went home last week, just a reminder that pupils can come to school dressed in their colourful clothes on Thursday 19th November to take part in the Fun Run. We are asking for a donation of £1 please for each person taking part in the run, including adults. Please remember waterproofs!
On behalf of the Parent Council / PTA
If you have anything that could be donated for the Christmas tombola/raffle, could you bring it with you to your parents’ night appointment please? We will have a box clearly labelled in the school entrance. Thank you for your support.
Gaining recognition for the wide range of achievements can increase pupil confidence, raise their aspirations, improve motivation for learning and keep them engaged in education. It is important that we recognise and celebrate achievements in all contexts for learning, through:
- the ethos and life of the school as a community
- curriculum areas and subjects
- interdisciplinary learning
- opportunities for personal achievement.
To help us gather this information on pupils’ personal achievements, I would ask you to follow the link below and provide the information required:
This link will remain live throughout session 2015-2016. You can add achievements as often as required by entering your child’s name, class and details of their achievement.