This Month's Newsletter|
The Federation Newsletter (and previous editions) can be accessed using the link below.
Calling all Green Fingered Citizens!|
Ian Wilikinson of Friends of the Memorial, has sent a plea for willing volunteers to come along to help bring a blaze of colour to Memorial Park. Just one hour of your time is called for - see below. Come and make a difference to your community. It will be great fun and very worthwhile.
We hope you enjoyed the daffodil display produced by the two round flower beds this spring. Nearly 2000 bulbs were planted by 29 volunteers last Oct.
Following on, we have on order some bedding plants and are asking if you could spare approx 1 hour of your time to help plant them please.
We will meet in the park at 10;30 on Saturday 3rd June 2017
Please bring a trowel and something to kneel on.
20 volunteers - 50 plants each is all it will take!
If you require more info please phone 886707 and leave message
Harry the Hedghog|
A local lady, Mrs Betty Taylor, visited school to let us know that she has written a little book entitled 'Harry The Hedghog' to raise funds for the mental health charity, Heads Together. Her husband, Mr Taylor has family links to St Wulstan's School going back many years. She has left copies of the book at the school and you may like to purchase one in order top help this worthy cause. It is a very short (7 page) story which could be used to encourgae children to add more as they read along. The book costs £3 with all proceeds going to Heads Together. Call into school if you would like to look at a copy.
Letters you may have missed this week - St Hubert's|
The following letters were sent out from St Hubert's School this week.
Letters you may have missed this week - St Wulstan's|
The following letters were sent out from St Wulstan's School this week.
St Hubert's Teacher's Special Award|
St Wulstan's- Teacher's Special Award Winners|
St Hubert's Good Behaviour Award|
St Wulstan's- Good Behaviour Award Winners|
Lunchtime VIP, Maths Progress and English Progress.|
Each half term, children are rewarded for making Lunchtime a more pleasurable experience. They receive a certificate of appreciation and a place at the VIP table. Every term a child is awarded a small trophy for Progress in Maths with a similar award for Progress in English. Phoytographs of the recipients of these accolades are given on the home page of each school. Follow the link for St Hubert's or St Wulstan's.