Warden Hill Primary School Cheltenham

Summer Term Newsletter 24th May 2019

Dear Parents,

What a wonderful week of sports our children have had and the weather has been just perfect! The dedication and perseverance from all our pupils has been truly amazing and it has been wonderful to see them all so united in their houses, supporting each other to succeed. Thank you to everyone who came along to support our children.

A massive thank you to our staff for their organisation of different events, and a special mention goes to Mr. Williams, Miss Bowman, Mr. Herbert and Mrs. Taylor.

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Spring Term Newsletter 1st March 2019

Dear Parents,

I hope you all had a wonderful half term and have managed to make the most of the lovely weather of late.

World Book Day

Our term is off to a great start with lots of excitement in the build up to World Book Day (WBD), which takes place next Thursday. The children will receive their WBD vouchers which they will be able to exchange for the amazing books on offer this year. The following week will be our ‘Take one Book week’. Each class uses a book to inspire writing, drama, art and, of course, reading.

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Autumn Term Newsletter 20th December 2018

As the song goes, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ and it really has been in school recently. Our Reception children did a super Nativity and I know that all of you who came to watch loved it as much as we did. Our Y1 ‘Carols around the Christmas Tree’ was so well supported by family members and our children really enjoyed performing to you all. Our final infant Christmas event was our Y2 ‘Shepherd’s Delight’. It was an exceptional performance by all our Y2 children, from the number of songs they had to learn to their clear speaking and all round feel good factor!  Well done children.

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Autumn Term Newsletter 13th December 2018

Our school has seen lots of visitors over the last few weeks: prospective parents and pupils, governors, local authority personel and ex-pupils. Each group has commented on our children saying how polite and well mannered they are as well as their ability to explain what they are learning and what a suportive and engaging atmosphere we have in the classrooms. When you see this day in day out, you treat it as the norm. It is lovely to be reminded how very special our school is. I am very proud of our children.

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