Kirk Fenton News

20th December 2019

Dear Parents / Carers,

We've come to the end of another year and what a busy year it has been! This week has been full of the good things that make Christmas in a primary school such a joy. We enjoyed the Y2/ Y3 Nativity - 'The Inn-spectors' and have listened as KS2 sang carols and Christmas songs and read so beautifully. We have eaten Christmas dinner and reflected and prayed together. None of this would have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our amazing staff whom I would like to thank. I would also like to thank all those who have supported us by providing costumes, practising songs and rehearsing words with their children, it makes our job so much easier! Now it is time to enjoy the company of family and friends so I wish you a peaceful Christmas and a very happy new year and I look forward to seeing you all back in school on Tuesday January 7th.

Mrs Karen Williams

Head Teacher

Attendance

Attendance and punctuality have been proven to have a big impact on a child's learning and progress. Each week I will be reporting on attendance for each class. In the meantime here are the figures for this term:-

Acorns - 97.93%

Birch - 97.8%

Willow - 96.81%

Hazel - 96.12%

Cherry - 97.91%

Maple - 95.98%

Sycamore - 95.3%

Oak - 96.85%

End of Term Certificates

This week's certificates have been awarded to two children from each class who have been 'the best that they can be' consistently this half term.


Acorns - Matilda Botham and Jacob Hunt


Birch - Aoibhe Meehan and Seeley Truscott


Willow - Isla Sykes and Sam O'Connor


Hazel - Eloise Jones and Sam Collier


Cherry - Evie McLaren and Fred Farrar


Maple - Sophie Rosbrook and Harry Barton


Sycamore - Peggy Myatt and Zak Smith


Oak - Harriette Williams and Charlie Barton

Sporting News

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in and supported our sporting activities this year and we look forward to taking part in more tournaments and activities with our cluster of schools in the new year.

Also a big thank you to the Playleaders for giving up their lunchtimes to keep us all active whilst having fun.

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Balances must be brought up to date on your ParentPay accounts as school meals are payable in advance. Thank you.

Before / After School Clubs from January 2020

The following clubs will be taking place in the Spring Term starting the second week back (w/c 13th January).


Dance before school, 8-8.45am

KS1: Monday 13th January - 10th February

KS2: Thursday 16th January - 13th February

Form below.


Performing Arts 3.15-4.15pm

KS2: Monday 13th January - 30th March

Contact info@stagedoorperformingarts.com to book a place.


Spanish, 3.15-4pm

Y2-Y6, Tuesday , Wednesday, Thursday starting 14th January

Contact peggypantoja@hotmail.com for more information.


Tennis 3.15-4.15pm

KS1: Tuesday 14th January - 31st March

KS2: Friday 17th January - 3rd April (not on 27th March)

Contact abc-tennis@outlook.com to reserve a place.


Multi skills, lunchtime

Y5/6: Wednesday 15th January - 1st April.

Y2/3/4: Thursday 16th January - 2nd April.

Limited places available. Please request through the school office.


Football 3.15-4.15pm

Y4/5/6 Boys: Wednesday 15th January - 1st April. Limited places available on ParentPay

Y4/5/6 Girls: Thursday 16th January - 2nd April. Now full

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Menus for Spring Term 2020

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Diary dates can be found on the calendar on our website www.kf.starmat.uk

Training Day

Monday 6th January


Spring Term Starts

Tuesday 7th January


Young Voices

Tuesday 7th January

It has been lovely watching the school performances this week, we would like to say thank you to Rachel Harrop, Suz Collier and Liz Banks for helping with the refreshments and also to Gwyneth Stephensons for the yummy mince pies.


We wish you all very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


We will be arranging the summer fair in the New Year, if you have any unwanted gifts that you would like to donate for the raffle(s), please contact us at friends@kf.starmat.uk


Did you know… Christmas Crackers were invented in 1847 by a London confectioner called Tom Smith?

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Applying for a Primary School Place for September 2020

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