The weather really is beginning to have a wintery feel to it and we are surprised to see children still coming into school without coats on. Please ensure that all children have a named coat with them each day and are wearing appropriate clothing for the weather.
Don’t forget that the school is closed on Monday 3rd December for an Occasional Day.
Thank you to everyone involved in the Year 6 Cake Sale. The total raised was £77.85
Plea for help
We have been unable to find a pianist for the Junior Carol Concert. It would involve playing for the rehearsal in the morning and at the concert in the evening. If you are able to help or know somebody who would be able to play at the Church please speak to Mrs Hadley.
Well done to the Learners of the Week, we are very proud of you all.
w/b 26th November 2012
EYFS Amelia Salisbury – imaginative role play
Yr 1 Dan Mountain – having lots of ideas and being prepared to have a try
Yr 2 Anastasia Herries – having lots of ideas in class discussion
Yr 3 Zara Miller – having ideas in writing
Yr 4 Olivia Herries – having new ideas for solving maths problems
Yr 5 Sam Norris – using his ideas to bring his writing to life
Yr 6 Jessica Nottingham – asking lots of sensible questions
I hope that you have an enjoyable weekend.
Midday Supervisor Vacancy
Would you like to become a member of the High Beeches Staff team? We have a vacancy for a midday supervisor for Five days a week working from 12.00 – 1.15pm. For more information please speak to Mr Driver.
Congratulations to the following pupils:
Jessica Poulter (Yr 2) who achieved her Pool Frog 2 Award for swimming
Lewis Poulter (Yr 4) who has achieved his Bronze Swimming Challenge Award and 400 Metres Distance Award
High Beeches Christmas Fair, Saturday 8th December, 12-3pm
The rota for manning stalls will be put up outside school from Tuesday 4th December. Thank you to everyone who has already offered to help. Your name should be up on the board for the timeslot you volunteered for. Please check that it is correct and adjust accordingly. We are also desperately in need of more volunteers to help man the stalls so if you haven’t already please, please do sign up to help.
Next week is a very busy in the run up to the fair, so we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the key dates:
- Wednesday 5th December - Christmas themed sweet jars are due in school
- Friday 7th December is a non-uniform day for the children in exchange for a drinks bottle for the adult tombola
- Friday 7th December or the morning of Saturday 8th December – please bring in a cake for the cake stall
- Please return your raffle ticket stubs (folded if possible) and money to school, as soon as possible, in sealed envelopes marked FOHBS.
Other dates for your diary
Friday 18th January – Year 4 Cake Sale
Friday 8th February – Infants and Junior School Disco
Thursday 14th February – Year 3 Cake Sale
Friday 8th March – Wine Tasting Evening
Saturday May 11th – High Beeches Ball
Sleep-out for the homeless
Lily Snowden in year 5 will be taking part in the Sleep-out for the homeless at St Albans Abbey on 7th December. Lily and other members of her family are raising money for LAMP a small charity that provides accommodation and support to young homeless people to try and help them turn their lives around. If anyone would like to sponsor her they can do so at http://www.virginmoneygiving.com/snowdenssleepout1
If you would like to wish them luck that would be lovely they would be very grateful for your support.
Letters sent home
26.11.12 Infant milk EYFS – Yr 2
26.11.12 Yr 3 and 4 Swimming
26.11.12 Yr 1 – 3 Mini tennis
27.11.12 Yr 1 and 2 Art Club
27.11.12 Yr 1 and 2 Nativity
28.11.12 Choir – Rotary Carols