St Andrew's Primary School | Newport | Wales


weekly News


12/Nov/2018


Attendance winners – congratulations!!

The best attendance awards for a class attendance total last week went to:

Class 1SW and 2MH in Foundation Phase with 99.3%

Class 4CB in Key Stage 2 with an amazing 99.2%

Important Dates – this week

3SH class assembly: Thurs 15th November KS2 hall

Year 3-4 Maths Workshop for parents: Thurs 15th November FP hall 9.00am (3SH parents are welcome to join workshop after watching class assembly)

Children in Need: Fri. 16th Nov. Wear blue and accessorise with spots for a small charity donation – join in the fun!

Year 6 visit to Lliswerry High School DT Control project: Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st November

School finishing time

This is a polite reminder to all parents that school finishes at 3.15pm – all pupils are to be collected by this time.

We do not provide a child care service for children who are not collected in school – our late club with Miss Hughes is for emergency situations only. We are having a number of children who are not being collected until after 3.40pm on a daily basis.

If parents have children in other schools to collect first, please contact our ‘Out-of-school’ Childcare providers who run a childcare provision from 3.15 – 5.30pm in our canteen building. There is a small charge for this service.

Please contact:

Natalie on 07835307402 for more details.

Children In Need

Friday 16th November

During week commencing 5th November, we held our Anti-Bullying Week in school to highlight the message that we will not tolerate bullying of any sort in school:

Whether it is physical, verbal or emotional bullying,”

Dress in BLUE NON-UNIFORM DAY:

Friday 16th November

On Friday, 16th November, we will be raising funds for BBC Children in Need day. You can wear your own choice of clothes, making sure that you wear something blue, and accessorise it with spots. The blue symbolises Anti-Bullying Awareness and the spots represent Pudsey Bear.

Please bring a donation to school on the day. It's up to you how much you would like to give, but a suggestion of 50p would be wonderful! If you have family and friends who would like to make a donation to Children in Need, we are more than willing to receive that donation, to add to the whole school contribution.

Many thanks.