The Hungate Echo
Sherburn Hungate Weekly News - Autumn Term - Issue 1
A word from Mr Broom.
On Monday, during our staff training day, the team worked together to produce a wall mural that is now on display in the entrance to school. Do pop in and have a look. It really is spectacular.
Next week is a busy one. We have our first visit from Donna Kettle, who is our new school improvement advisor, and our Y6 parent consultations with myself and Miss Mackay. On Friday, Martyn Sibley, our MAT CEO will also be visiting school to meet with the children.
Have a lovely weekend.
TJ smashes School Dinners!
School forms links with Stage Door Performance Arts
For this reason, we're asking all parents to complete the Home/School Agreement form found at the link below. The Agreement includes permissions for technology use and local visits to name a few. Please complete it as soon as possible. Our admin team will continue to send the Agreement to you until we receive a response.
Thank you for your support with this.
Midday Supervisory Assistant Required
Start of Day Routines
School starts at 0840.
Children will line up on the playground with the adult leading their class. This will be the same place that they line up at breaks and lunchtimes so things should settle down quite quickly after the first couple of days.
You can help us by saying goodbye to children by the time they line up.
End of the School Day
Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 children end the day at 1505.
Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6 children end the day at 1510.
At the beginning of the school day, children having school meals will be given three meal choices. A hot meal, a jacket potato meal and a sandwich choice. Each meal choice will provide a balanced lunch and will be a set choice. This means that there is likely to be foods on your child's plate that they are unfamiliar with and we will be actively encouraging children to try new things. Your support with this is really important. Thank you.
The Daily Mile & PE
While the children and staff won't be getting changed for the daily mile, we aim to include as much PE as we possibly can do. For this reason, we'd like children to bring a PE kit to school on a Monday and leave it at school until Friday. This means that PE can then happen to fit around the creative curriculum we have planned.
Breaktime Snack Trolley
Correct Uniform & PE Kit
- Black shoes
- Black/Grey Trousers/Skirts or Red & White Check Dresses
- White shirt (a smart one with a crisp collar is wise for Year 6 children as they will be wearing a tie)
- Red jumper/cardigan
It's also important that children wear the correct PE kit too. This means that football club shirts aren't part of their PE sportswear.
If we aim to be smart, we need to look smart and it's something we're really good at on the whole at Sherburn Hungate. Thank you again for your support with this.
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