St. Michael’s Weekly Post – 28th June 2019
Happy’s Circus is only a week away!
Buy your tickets at https://www.stmichaelsaldbourne.co.uk/circus-tickets/
or on the playground each afternoon from
Alex Lambert and her pink spotty bag.
28th June 2019
St Michael’s Rainscape Gardens: Our first volunteer day was very successful and our amazing volunteers (fueled with juice and biscuits) thoroughly enjoyed working with Wendy, our award winning designer and Linda from ARK. If you would like to get involved we have further days planned on Wednesday 3rd July and Thursday 4th July, Tuesday 16th July and Tuesday 23rd July even if you only offer an hour or two.
If you would like to get involved in this rewarding project please email email@example.com call 07557 524548 or turn up on the day. Everyone welcome.
Cups: Please return any celebration cups ready for this year’s Year 6 presentation.
Years 1 and 2: On Thursday 4th July, Years 1 and 2 will be spending the day at Ramsbury Estate. Please can children come dressed in weather appropriate clothing including long sleeved tops, long trousers, a hat, wellies and a water bottle. Please ensure sunscreen is applied before school. We also need volunteers to join us. If you can help please let Miss James or Mrs Godfrey know.
Year 6: The Year 6 photograph will be in the ‘Moving up’ Supplement in Newbury Weekly News tomorrow 27th June, 2019.
ParentPay: Please can you all check your ParentPay accounts for all overdue trips and events.
Year 6 Parents: Please check your ParentPay account to ensure any outstanding balances are paid by the end of the summer term. Payments made this weekend would be appreciated. If you have any queries, please speak to Mrs Hamilton or Mrs Lipscombe to clarify any outstanding balances.
Message from Sue Rodd: Join us on Saturday 29th June on The Green from 2pm to 4pm for our Summer Fete. Also featuring Carnival Queen Choosing and Crowning Event.
Message from The Heritage Centre: Heritage Day on Saturday 6th July at the Centre from 11.00am. There will be walks round the village at 11am, 1pm and 3pm at a cost of £3.00.
Reenactors will be dressed in 14th century costumes and there will be the chance for children to make 14th century artefacts such as shields and swords.