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Appleton School Newsletter - 22nd Sept 2011

Appleton School Newsletter - 22nd Sept 2011

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Published by: Carl McKno on Sep 22, 2011
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Oxfordshire County Council

Appleton CE (A) Primary School
www. appleton.oxon.sch.uk

Fund raising events
The children in Year 6 are organizing a Macmillan Coffee morning on Friday, September 30th from 9.45-11.00am. We hope that you will encourage your family, friends and neighbors to support this. The school, Church and community are supporting the Medic Assist Charity which provides medical support for communities in Africa. The profits from the Harvest Supper and sale of some of the harvest produce will be donated to the charity. The school is also supporting a locally based charity, Ten for Ten, which provides care for wounded veterans. Last year our children went to the launch of this charity at Dalton Barracks and met some of the soldiers who had served in Afghanistan. Children can wear red, white and blue clothing on October 10th if they donate £1.00 to the charity.
Newsletter Date: Sept. 22nd. 2011
Term 1 Issue 3

Diary dates: Friends AGM tonight at 8.00pm in the School Hall. Macmillan Coffee morning Friday, Sept. 30th at 9.4511.00am. Please bring your family and friends. Harvest Supper: Friday, September 30th

Friends AGM
The Friends Annual General Meeting is tonight at 8. 00pm in the school hall. This is a great opportunity to meet other parents and help your child’s school. We hope you will attend!

The school follows Oxfordshire guidance on illness. This guidance states that children should remain at home for 48 hours after the last time they had a high temperature, sickness or diarrhea. We would like to ask parents to check their children’s hair for head lice and treat the hair if lice or nits are present.

School Harvest Festival is on We are trying to encourage the children to become independent and Monday, responsible but need your support to help them with this. Parents from October 3rd. Year 1– Year 6 should leave the classroom as soon as possible in the mornings. Your child should be able to hang up their own coats, bags Distribution of Harvest baskets etc. and settle down quickly to the early morning activity which the on Tuesday, teacher has organised. October 4th. The school is open from 8.30 am but we would like parents to leave within 5 minutes of dropping their child off. This staggered start to the school day will help the parking situation too. A reminder that parents should be very careful about where they park, especially on the zig– zag lines and at the Badswell Lane junction.


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