Thanks to your very generous contributions, Parkland Primary School has raised the fantastic sum of £306.57 for Sports Relief 2014.
The following letters have been sent home recently, and are available under the Parent Section of the website:
1st April - Foundation Stage Trip to Bradgate Park
2nd April - National Autism Day
8th April & 9th April – Donington Le Heath Manor House – Year 6
8th April & 9th April – Year 3 & 4 Performance – The Glint of Gold
8th, 9th & 10th April – Foundation Stage Outdoor Project
11th April - Sponsored Walk
20th May, 27th May and 3rd June - E-safety Parent Sessions
Parkland have received the St John ambulance schools mark award for excellence in first aid! here are some photos of the award!
The March Newsletter is now available online!
Please find it on our Newsletter page under the parents tab on the main page.
There has recently been a press release announcing the above. The Council is consulting for the following reasons;
- The Council needs to make changes to the current policy.
- The Government has encourages schools to become academies. This means that schools are allow to set their own catchment area for admission of pupils and to change the age range of pupils they admit.
- The traditional link between eligibility for free transport and the pupil’s catchment are school is broken by this change.
The proposals will in affect only offer transport for pupils to the nearest school to their home address, regardless of the preferred school or the school that the child currently attends.
Full details of the Public consultation are attached below and you are encouraged to submit your views by 12th March 2014.
During Creative Week we are arranging a wide variety of activities to engage your children in reading, writing, art, music and much more.
Daily at 8.40 – 8.55
Parents/Grandparents are invited to come into school each day to read with your child.
Monday 3rd March
The Roving Book Shop is coming to school. Following the success last year the book shop will be returning to school. Children can bring money to school (in the envelope provided beforehand) and the shop will be open for parents after school in the school hall.
Thursday 6th March
World Book Day – Children are invited to dress as a character from their favourite book – prizes for the most original! We always love seeing the amazing creations taken from a variety of books.
5.00 – 5.30 - Bedtime story – all children and their parents are invited to come back to school dressed in pyjamas for a bedtime story (don’t forget your teddy!).
Friday 7th March
2.00 – 4.00 – Art exhibition – All the fantastic art that is created during the week will be exhibited in the school hall. You are welcome to pop in and have a look with your child at the end of the day. We look forward to sharing the children’s work with you.
Art: There will be visiting teachers and a local artist to work with some of the children in school to create individual or collaborative pieces of art. Each year group will focus on an artist and there will be a variety of creative activities taking place across the school – look out for photos on the school website and come to the exhibition.
We look forward to a fantastic week which we hope will be engaging and inspiring for your children.