Our Harvest Festival will be held on FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER at 1:30pm at the church.
Food donations are welcomed and will be donated to the food bank.
See you all there!
The Gloucestershire Immunisation Team will soon be visiting Slmbridge Primary School to start the flu immunisation programme.
Don’t worry – there are no needles involved! The children are immunised with a quick and simple nasal spray.
All the details have already been sent home, but are attached here just in case you need any other information.
School Flu Checklist 2019
Slimbridge Primary School will be welcoming children back on Tuesday 3rd September for the start of the 2019-2020 academic year.
There is an INSET day on Monday 2nd September where all the teachers and school staff will make sure everything is prepared for the new year.
We look forward to seeing you all and welcoming our new children.
Have a wonderful summer holiday.
We have taken the decision to CLOSE school today due to the weather conditions and to ensure the safety of our pupils and staff – many of whom have to travel a distance to get to school.
Enjoy the snow, stay warm and take care.
SEE YOU ON MONDAY!
Dear Class 3 Parents,
Welcome back and ‘Happy New Year’ to you all!! A big thank you for all the cards and gifts the class 3 team have received, it was very much appreciated.
Spring Term is upon us and our topics are– Stone-Age (hunter gatherers) and Amazon Rainforest (after half term). If you have an interesting books on these topics, please bring them in.
Our literacy work will involve the very imaginative story of ‘Stone Age Boy’
Here’s the blurb ….
An amazing thing once happened to me – I tripped and fell and found myself in a place where everything was different, where the people wore animal skins and hunted and fished for their food. I had such fun in that strange place and I learnt so much, but all the time I kept wondering where I was. Was it possible? Had I Travelled… to the Stone Age!
The mathematics covered this term will be 2D& 3D shape, additive reasoning, fractions and word problems.
Finally, can I remind all parents that reading books and PE kits need to be in school everyday.
Thank you for your continued support,
Mr Ford, Mrs Davies, Mrs Smith & Miss Messenger