Headteacher: Mrs Helen Calpin
Chair of Governors: Mr Chris Emsen
This weeks attendance 94.8%
Newsletter Friday 6th December 2019
What amazing ‘Christmas Stars’ we have in school!
Our key stage 1 children have just completed entertaining us all so fantastically with their Christmas performances. We are all extremely proud, as you must be, of the way the children sang, danced and performed with such confidence and enthusiasm. Their costumes were amazing. Thank you for all of your support. What a wonderful way to start our Christmas celebrations.
Snaith Christmas Market
Saturday 7th December. The school Christmas choir, will be singing at the opening of Snaith’s Christmas market. Please meet at the front of the Fire Station at 4:15pm. School uniform is not required, just a warm coat and possibly a scarf and hat. At the end of the singing please ensure you inform staff that you are taking your child, it is incredibly busy there and we do not want to lose anyone!
We are all looking forward to the Nursery Nativity. Parents/carers of children in nursery are welcome to join us in nursery on either Wednesday 11th December at 2:30pm or Thursday 12th December at 9:30am (no tickets required).
Key Stage 2 Church Performance ‘Pop into Christmas’
This will be in The Priory Church at 1:45pm on Friday 13th December, doors open at 1:15pm, tickets are NOT required. After the performance children will be able to go home from the church if they have an adult present and are signed out by their teacher. If someone is collecting from the church on your behalf please notify school, children will not be allowed to go with anyone else without parental permission. If you are unable to attend, do not worry, we will be taking lots of photographs which we will share with you via the school website. Children not collected from church will be brought back to school and collected at the normal time. All of KS1 children will remain at school to be collected at the normal time please. KS1 children will have the opportunity to watch the performance when they visit the church for the rehearsal on Thursday afternoon.
Pantomime Cinderella Wednesday 18th December
The whole school will be going to The Cast Theatre in Doncaster to see this year’s pantomime, Cinderella. This is truly a highlight of the school year and one the children thoroughly enjoy. Payment due date is today. If you have not already done so, please logon to our online payment system Sims Pay to give consent and pay.
Festive Stories at East Riding Libraries
East Riding Libraries know that a good story can keep you warm in these cold winter months. Join them at one of the local libraries for some festive children's stories.
Snaith Library: Thursday 19 December, 11am "That’s not my Snowman Bounce and Rhyme" for under 5 years old
Howden Centre: Friday 20 December, 11am "That’s not my Snowman Bounce and Rhyme" for under 5 years old
Goole Library: Saturday 21 December, 11am and Monday 23rd December, 11am "That’s not my Snowman Bounce and Rhyme" for under 5 years old and "An out of this world Christmas" for 5-8 years old: take a trip into outer space and discover why Aliens love Panta Claus in our special Christmas storytime including stories, songs and activities.
As well as the stories, there will be activities and games, all on the theme of the books.
No booking required, just turn up and make yourself comfortable!!
DIARY DATE - REMINDERS
Saturday 7th December – Snaith Christmas Market (school choir to sing)
Wednesday 11th December – 2:30pm Nursery Nativity, parents welcome.
Thursday 12th December – 9:30am Nursery Nativity, parents welcome.
Friday 13th December – Key Stage 2 ‘Christmas Pop’ Snaith Priory 1:45pm, parents welcome.
Friday 13th December – Nursery and Reception Balance Bike session
Monday 16th December – Year 4 Pedestrian Training AM
Monday 16th December – Year 2 Scooter Training PM
Wednesday 18th December – Panto at Cast Theatre, Doncaster. Whole school to attend
Thursday 19th December – Christmas Dinner
Friday 20th December – Jonathan Newman Awards Assembly – Non uniform, Christmas Jumper/Sparkle.
Friday 20th December – 3:30pm School Closes for the Christmas holiday.
Tuesday 7th January – School Re-opens to children.
Ready for more Green Christmas inspiration? Time to send Christmas cards! OR IS IT? How about sending an ‘e-card’ to your loved ones this Christmas? Not for you? Then how about buying recycled paper Christmas cards or cards made from sustainable forests? Simply check the reverse of the card before you buy! Otherwise, get crafty! Buy some recycled paper or make your own, it can be totally gorgeous! This could make a really special card for very special people! Have you heard of plantable cards? Look it up! What a great idea! (Remember to try ‘ecosia’ search engine for inspiration!)
Please share your thoughts and ideas with us, this can be done by our school website https://www.snaithprimary.org.uk/ click on ‘contact us’ and ‘your comments’.
Miss Howson and Mrs McEnroe.