Kirk Fenton News

11th June 2021

Please look on our website www.kf.starmat.uk for up-to-date information.

Dear Parents / Carers,


What a joy this week has been! It has been lovely to have a range of sports going on around school with PE lessons outside as well as visiting coaches for Cricket in Year 6 (Neptune) and Beanbag rounders in Mars.


We have also restarted some bubble specific after school clubs: Children in Jupiter enjoyed Gardening Club after school on Wednesday whilst Neptune had multisports and Uranus did Forest School Club. On Thursday Saturn had multisports after school.


Slowly things are starting to get back to normal and we are planning what we can for the end of the school year but like everyone else are waiting to hear the update from the government.


Plans are well underway for the new school year too and I will share these with you once I am in a position to do so. Our school continues to grow and thrive and a visit this week from our School Improvement Adviser was very positive in terms of the improvements we continue to make and the progress of our pupils, in particular the teaching of reading.


Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Karen Williams

Head Teacher

Good Work Awards

This week's certificates were awarded to the following children:


Mercury - Finnbar C and Freddie W


Venus - Eryn G and Jacob S


Earth - Zion P and Ralfie W


Mars - Niamh N and Meela M


Jupiter - Freddie C and Harrison P


Saturn - Alex P and Oscar C


Uranus - Isaac E and Liam H


Neptune - Harvey W and Grace K

Hot Chocolate Friday

Well done to the following who earned the hot chocolate award this week:


Mercury - Heidi M


Venus - Tilly B


Earth - Will G


Mars - Evie H


Jupiter - Evie W


Saturn - Dexter S


Uranus - Ewan P


Neptune - Daisy M

Winning Team

Well done to Niamh, Ellie and their team the Green Gladiators who are this week's winners.

TT Rock Stars of the Week

Our times tables rock stars this week are: Flynn (Mars), Nancy (Jupiter), Niamh (Saturn), and Hattie (Neptune). Next week KS2 is having a Battle of the Bands competition. Which class will be victorious? Find out next week!

NUMBOTS Stars

A big well done to our NUMBOTS winners this week: Bea (Mercury), Harvey (Earth), Oscar (Venus), Meela (Mars) who have been working really hard at home on their important number facts.

National School Sports Week

National School Sport Week is back! This year the theme is Together Again to celebrate the lifting of restrictions and a return to some kind of normality after an extremely difficult year.


Taking place from 19-25 June, the week will give families, communities, schools and sports clubs the opportunity to get active and put on some events that everyone can take part in. YST have created some fantastic easy to follow resources, full of ideas for activities that you can do to bring the people around you closer together.


We will be taking part in activities in our bubbles but you can join in at home too! Registering couldn’t be simpler, just go to the National School Sport Week section of the website https://www.youthsporttrust.org/join-us/national-school-sport-week and click on the link to register as a parent. Simply fill in your details and you're ready to get active!

Class Photos

You should have received the proof for the class photo sent out this week. Ordering is online only. If you order before 21st June they will qualify for free delivery to school. Thank you.

Suncream, Hats & Water

While we're enjoying some glorious sunny days please do not forget to send your child/children in with a sunhat, water bottle and suncream applied.
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Friends 'Virtual' AGM

Tuesday 15th June , 7.45pm on Google Meet (see the link below)


National Sports Week

19th to 25th June


Moving Up Day

Friday 16th July


Term Ends

Friday 23rd July

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Staff Thank You's

If anyone would like to say thank you to or has any positive comments for a member of staff then please complete and submit the form below.

We hope everyone had a great half term and everyone enjoyed their break and the nice weather.


It seems that the nice weather continues and we hope that despite the lovely warm light evenings, where the outside is very tempting, that you will come along and join us for our Online AGM meeting on Tuesday 15th June at 7.45pm. Why not grab a drink and your device and dial in to see what Friends is all about. We are putting a call out for new members, new ideas and support so that fundraising and activities can begin once more. Come and join Us!


To join the meeting on Google Meet, use this link:

https://meet.google.com/gkr-zybd-yun


Or open Meet and enter this code: gkr-zybd-yun


Look forward to seeing you there!


Friends of Kirk Fenton


friends@kf.starmat.uk

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NYCC Music Service

Mr Senogles, peripatetic music teacher in Piano and Singing for North Yorkshire County Council Music Service now has immediate places available for new pupils in school.

If interested, please follow the link for information and how to enroll your child.

http://www.northyorkshiremusichub.co.uk/instrumental-tuition/request-lessons-music-service/

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St Mary's

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STAR MAT Vacancies

Please click on the following link for details of our current vacancies:


Kirk Fenton Primary School - Class Teacher

Kirk Fenton Primary School - General Teaching Assistant

Riverside Primary School – Class Teacher

Tadcaster Grammar School – Teacher of German

South Milford Primary School - Class Teacher

Kellington Primary School - Trust Caretaker

Sherburn High School - Head of Year


https://web.starmat.uk/vacancies/
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