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Notices W/c 20/11/17

 

Wednesday 22nd November
Christmas lunch reply slips due in

 

Thursday 23rd November
Flu vaccinations in School

 

Reception
We have been learning about People that help us, if you are a Doctor, Nurse, Fire-fighter, Vet, Dentist or Policeperson and you would like to come in and talk about your job please let your class teacher know.

 

Year 1
Show and tell group for this week:
Ambers (Owls, Hedgehogs and Seals)
Sapphires (Badgers)
Show and tell days: Friday

 

Year 2
Please could Year 2 parents email any photos of family Christmases, young and old, black and white to share during our Christmas performance. These can be emailed to
enquiries@fieldend-inf.hillingdon.sch.uk.


School
For those children who bring in a packed lunch, can we please advise parents that grapes much be halved to avoid choking.

 

We are aware that many of you may be attending the Christmas Fete at the Junior School on Friday 1st December.
If you would like to collect your infant child early that day we will have the classroom doors open between 13:30 and 13:45. If you do not pick up at this time then you will need to wait until the usual pick-up time.
For those of you who do not want to pick-up early then school will be open as usual. Any arrangements with Jump for Joy will be unaffected.
Please speak to the class teacher if you have any queries.

 

Community
Ruislip Chamber of Commerce are holding a community Family Fun Day in Ruislip High Street on Saturday 25th November 2017. To mark the event for local children, the Chamber of Commerce have organised a FREE visit to see Santa in his Grotto in Jurassic Perk (10:00am – 3:00pm); a FREE High Street Treasure Hunt (9.30am – 5:00pm) organised by John Sanders, where every completed entry returned to the store gets a mini toy prize; FREE Real live Reindeers outside Bird & Lovibond Solicitors (10:00am – 3:00pm) and FREE face painting in Mail Boxes.

 

Nursery Weekly Notices w/c 20/11/2017

The homework this week is about families. Please help your child complete this.

The weather is turning cold and we request that children bring in mittens to wear rather than gloves as this is easier for them to put on.

 

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