Weekly Newsletter – 24th March 2017

  Posted by: Office Team on March 24, 2017 at 3:34 pm

Drama in Y3!

Year 3 had a wonderful treat on Monday this week with a morning of fun drama games, activities and role play. A huge thank you to Year 3 parent and actor, Paul Barnhill and colleague Guy Hargreaves from ‘Goofus’ theatre group, who gave up their time to work with the children. We had fun being pirates, as well as exploring ways in which to convey our emotions through movement and story-telling, and it was lovely to see the creativity, concentration, team work and fun the children had. As part of our Artsmark journey, we are looking to offer any experiences within the arts for the children so if you would like to run a workshop or simply talk to groups of children about how your field of art works in the real world, contact Mrs. Maddock for further information of how you can become involved.  Dmaddock@lowerpeover.cheshire.sch.uk

Coffee Morning at Plumley Village Hall

There is a coffee morning at Plumley Village Hall on Sunday 2nd April from 11-2pm to raise money for ‘Autism Awareness Week’. There will be tea, coffee and juice for children (provided by Plumley Village Stores), lots of delicious cakes, face painting, children’s nail painting and playgroup toys out to play with.

Pencil Cases for Key Stage 2 (Years 3,4,5,6)

A note from the School Council, written by Mia, Maria, Will and Robert.

After Easter holidays, school councillors have consulted with Key Stage 2 student and the overwhelming majority of the children have voted for the return of the pencil case! The children are going to be provided with their own school pens but may bring in their own pencil cases. This is OPTIONAL so not all the children have to bring one- it’s up to parents. They can’t over pack it, or get a large pencil case, it has to be a reasonable size. The children can bring from home: crayons, pencils (HB) rubbers but no silly or unnecessary things.

Red Nose Day

There were some wonderful costumes in school today. Thank you to everyone for making such a great effort. These were the class winners.

Easter Production

Please join us, in St Oswald’s Church at 9.10 on Wednesday 29th March for our Easter celebrations.

Reminder: National Autism Awareness Week 27th March to 3rd April Each year we recognise ‘National Autism Awareness Week. The day to wear your onsie or PJ’s this year, will be on Friday 31st March. I would also like to offer a bake sale that day, if you would like to donate some cakes, please can you let me know. Thank you for those who have already offered to bake.



Spring Time is officially here and it is time for the children to get their dancing shoes on for the Easter Disco this coming Monday!

 KS1 3:15-5pm – Please bring party wear into school as the children will change in the classrooms beforehand

 KS2 5:30-7pm

Please ensure that places are booked using ParentPay by the end of the day on Friday. Please also let us know if your child has any dietary requirements/allergies. (FLPSCommittee@gmail.com)


Your child will soon be bringing home a packet of Smarties for them to enjoy over the Easter break… But please don’t throw away the tubes once the Smarties are finished, as this is where the fun starts!!

The aim of the game is for the children to fill their empty Smarties tubes with as many 20 pence pieces as they can, to raise money for our school. The children can then add their names and their Team Colour on the tube label.

The winning team with the most 20 pence pieces will be awarded a non-uniform day in recognition of their efforts!!

Please return all tubes to school by Friday 28th April.

The next FLPS meeting will be held at The Bells of Peover on Monday the 24th of April from 7:30pm. 

A reminder that school closes on Friday 31st March and re-opens on Tuesday 18th April.

I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

Mrs Dean