St Stephen's Nursery and Children's Centre News

Headteacher's Newsletter - Issue 6 (5th June 2018)

Dear Parents

Welcome to the final newsletter of this academic year.

At this time of year, I once again find myself immensely proud of our Year 6 children. They had their SAT tests in May and they all worked incredibly hard. This was an opportunity for them to show all of the skills that they have learnt at St Stephen’s and their focus, determination, enthusiasm and attitude was excellent. Well done Year 6 and get ready for your busy last half term at St Stephen’s. Year 6 are still completing their writing assessments, preparing for their end of term production performance and we will be bidding them farewell with a graduation assembly, a theatre visit and a social leavers’ celebration. We must not forget our Key Stage 1 children who have been involved in their Phonics revision and Year 2 SATs. They have worked hard and have been very well prepared to flourish in these tests. Results will be shared later this term.

A number of our nursery and day-care children will be moving to reception classes, at the end of this term. They will be moving to a variety of schools and I wish them a smooth and happy transition into their new classes. All children will have the opportunity to meet their teacher for next year during a transition morning in the last week of term.

The year has passed quickly and it seems like only yesterday that we were celebrating being named ‘The State Primary School of the Year.’ The children have worked extremely hard and achieved so much. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the children for all their efforts and achievements and thank all parents for their continuous support of the school and their children.

I am grateful to staff and governors for their commitment and loyalty so generously offered to the school. I am delighted that St. Stephen’s continues to maintain such high standards and has enjoyed another successful year where pupils have achieved exceptionally well.

Along with the staff, I would like to wish you a restful and enjoyable Summer and for those of you observing fasts I wish you a peaceful Ramadan. Please join us in our event to feed local homeless people and vulnerable families as we take part in a community dinner on the 13th June. All donations will be most welcome.

Ms Neena Lall

Full Newsletter - Issue 6 (5/6/2018)

Full Newsletter - Issue 5 (16/4/2018)

Full Newsletter - Issue 3 (9/1/2018)

Full Newsletter - Issue 2 (6/11/2017)

Full Newsletter - Issue 1 (11/9/2017)

Daycare Summer Term Menus

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Sponsored Walk - Tuesday 1st May 2018

St Stephen's School invite children, parents, staff and governors to take part in a sponsored walk to raise money for the NSPCC.

We will walk in 45 minute or hour long sessions to see how far they can walk for sponsorship.

Location: Primary School playground or Nursery Garden.

ClassesNumber of ChildrenTimings
5AW, 5JW, 4TB, 2SH1209:30-10:30
4EW, 1MW, 1SC, 1DT12010:30-11:30
2ZK, 2JW, 3HA, 3CP, 3JW1501:30-2:15
6TN, 6SR, RRF, RMW, RIN1502:15-3:00
Nursery, Daycare and Children CentreNursey: 150
Day Care: Max 30
Morning Session: 9:30-10:30
Afternoon Session: 1:30-2:30

For further information, please speak to your child's teacher.

Sponsored walk poster