Monk Fryston Weekly News 26.3.21

Happy Easter & Thank you!

Thank you for all your hard work and support during the last term. This certainly didn't go the way that we had envisaged at Christmas, but we have managed to cope well with all the challenges and changes that we have faced. We should all be incredibly proud of how we have responded since Christmas, and of course we recognise the amazing efforts of our children. They are incredibly resilient. It has been a joy to see them all back at school and doing well. We would all like to wish you a happy and relaxing Easter.

Sustrans Big Pedal event

Next term, we will be participating in the Sustrans Big Pedal event. This will run from 19th - 30th April, and children will be encouraged to cycle, scoot or walk to school. More information will be sent after Easter, but we would really like everyone who is able to get involved.

Learning Review Day - 30th April - Bookings are now live.

Learning Review day is on Friday 30th April. School will be closed on that day.

The booking system is now open, please book a video appointment with your child's teacher by clicking the button below. For further information see the letter sent by email on 25th March. Any problems please contact the office.

Reminder to still report positive Covid tests throughout the Easter Holidays.

Should you receive a ‘test positive’ result for your child it is VITAL that you notify us as soon as possible. Send an email to covid@mf.starmat.uk (stating student’s full name and class, contact phone number, date and time of positive Covid test result – please use TEST POSITIVE in the title)

It is VITAL that you let us know as soon as you possibly can so that we can implement contingency planning.

Covid tests for families.

If you’re a member of a household, childcare bubble of a pupil, student or staff of a school, nursery or college, you can get a twice-weekly test:

• through your employer if they offer testing to employees

• at a local test site

• by collecting a home test kit from a test site

• by ordering a home test kit online


Click the button below to find out more information.

Governor Award Spring 2021

Congratulations to one of our Year 5 pupils, who has received the Governor Award for the Spring term. This is awarded to the pupil who has best enacted the ethos and values of our school. The winner has not only applied herself fully to her remote learning following lockdown in January, but has demonstrated an excellent attitude towards all things at school. She consistently goes above and beyond in all tasks set and is a fantastic asset to our school. She is an excellent role model and worthy winner, and was presented the award by Mrs Law this morning.

Photographs - order deadline 7th April.

Class photo proofs were sent home earlier this week. The deadline for orders is 7th April, click the button below to take you straight to their website to order, you will need to have the login details ready these can be found on your proof. Any problems contact Adventure Photography on info@adventurephotography.co.uk

Comic Relief

Thank you once again for all your donations, we raised the grand total of £323.50!!!!

New Early Years and Pre-School Multi Skills Programme

Premier Education are excited to be launching their brand-new early years and pre-school programme running on Saturday mornings at Athelstan Primary School in Sherburn-In-Elmet. The programme is a fun and exciting story-based programme that looks to promote social skills as well as physical literacy. The sessions will run from 9-10am for 2.5-3.5-year-olds and from 10-11 for 3.5-5-year-olds. For more info and to book click the button below.

Covid App

Don’t forget that our school has registered with the Covid Symptom Study to help monitor the spread of the virus. If you would like to participate, you will need to register with the school code A2JC644. For more information including full instructions on how to join and use the COVID Symptom Study app please head to: https://covid.joinzoe.com/schools

Shout out to a member of staff

This is to recognise staff who have done something great. We want to recognise the achievement of all our staff so please help up to pass on your nice comments and thanks.