Skip to content ↓

St Mary's Catholic Primary Schools Trust

St Mary's Infant School Newsletters

 

Newsletter  

Friday 17th September 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

I really cannot believe that it is Friday already. Our nursery and Reception children are now in fulltime and we have had another  lovely week getting to know them.

 

All the children have settled in so well to the new routines and it has been lovely to be able to return to some of the things we did before Covid, such as all eating in the  hall again and having whole year groups playing in the playground instead of class bubbles.

 

 

Breakfast and Afterschool clubs

Both the breakfast and afterschool clubs are now up and running. If you wish to book a place for your child, please contact the school office.

 

Stay and Play

In October , we will be starting stay and play, once a week or toddlers and their parents so please look out for more details in a few weeks time.

 

Parents Evening

As our virtual parents evenings went quite well during the last academic we will be offering these again in October during the last week of the half term. This will be an opportunity for you to talk to your child’s class teacher and discuss how they have settles in to their new year group. 

 

We will be sending  out a letter next week to explain how you can book  a meeting.

 

Sad farewell

As many of you will know, Mrs Atwood has had a long association with St Mary’s, as a parent, a child minder (I am sure lots of you remember her as Auntie Karen!), a governor and as a much loved member of staff in our nursery.

 

After many years of devoted service to St Mary’s, Mrs Atwood  will be leaving  us  to spend more time with her family.  We will miss her greatly and our love and very good wishes go with her. God bless you dear Mrs Atwood.

 

We will not be without her entirely however, has kindly volunteered to return with her own grandchild to organise our stay and play for toddlers.

 

I wish you all a very happy weekend,

 

God bless,

 

Miss O’Callaghan