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Newsletter - 2015 May 22

Allanson Street Primary School Newsletter
22 May 2015


This week:
On Thursday evening the children and staff returned from the school visit to Paris. The trip was a huge success and the children all had an amazing time. Well done to all the children for their excellent behavior, endless enthusiasm and outstanding bravery.
Those children who did not to go to Paris have had a lovely week enjoying various activities in and out of school.
Thank you to all the staff who have given their time to organizing and accompanying these events and trips for the Year 6 pupils.
A huge well done to the Year 6 football team who beat St Barts 2-1 in a football match.
5 children from Year 2 took part in a multi-skills competition at Lansbury Bridge this week. Well done to Toby, Callum, Kenzie, Mason and Kiera who worked extremely hard in all events.

School closes today for our half term Whit Holiday. We return to school on Monday 1 June 2015.

Week beginning 1 June:

Monday Nursery closed all day as there will be new intake meetings in school.
Tuesday Nursery open as usual.
Wednesday 9.30 – 12 – Five of our Year 2 children will take part in a gym competition
Thursday High 5 Netball Tournament at Rainford High.
Friday A Table Tennis competition will take place in school against Eaves Primary

Nursery Provision September 2015
Can we again remind you that we are now able to offer wrap-around provision within our nursery setting from September 2015. Please let school know if you require this provision in September for your child in nursery. If you know any parents who may be interested in this provision and they have not applied for a nursery place then place let them know and they need wish to re-apply for a place in our nursery.

Newsletter - 2015 May 15

Allanson Street Primary School Newsletter
15 May 2015


This week:
Year 5 took part in an engineering workshop at Haydock Park on Wednesday where they worked in teams to build and operate a crane that demonstrates how gears, pulleys, pneumatics and hydraulics work!! The pupils then got time to explore the crane convention and were given lots of ‘freebies’ from various stands which they loved. It looks like they had an amazing day!

The pupils from Year 6 have completed their SATs this week. The attitude of all the pupils has been excellent and they have approached the tests with maturity and resilience. Well done to them all. We will wait for the results on 7th July.

Some Year 2 pupils have taken part in a multi-skills event at Lansbury Bridge school.

Next week:
Year 6 Some pupils and staff leave for Paris on Sunday evening (returning Thursday evening) and the other pupils have a week of fun activities planned in school. We feel sure a good time will be had at home and abroad.

Nursery Provision September 2015
Can we again remind you that we are now able to offer wrap-around provision within our nursery setting from September 2015. Please let school know if you require this provision in September for your child in nursery. If you know any parents who may be interested in this provision and they have not applied for a nursery place then place let them know and they need wish to re-apply for a place in our nursery

Newsletter - 2015 May 8

Allanson Street Primary School Newsletter
8 May 2015

Well done to the two teams who took part in the Quicksticks Hockey tournament last Friday afternoon. They played superbly well!
Well done to the 12 Year 5 pupils who took part in an athletics tournament at Haydock High. They all gave 100% effort in their chosen events in track and field.

This week:
Year 6 pupils and staff have been very busy preparing for their SATs which take place next week. All of the Year 6 pupils have had an excellent attitude to revision and really have given their very best efforts in recent weeks. We hope that their hard work and positive attitude is rewarded with the results that they deserve.
Today, some Year 6 pupils are taking part in a football match against St Bartholomew’s. This is taking place at Rainhill High School. Good luck to all the team!

Next week:
Year 6 will be taking their SATs Monday – Thursday. Please can all our Year 6 children arrive at school in good time and take advantage of the tea and toast on offer (from 8.30 am).
On Wednesday there will be a STEM Day at Haydock Park for our Year 5 children.
On Friday some of our Year 2 children will take part in a multi skills event at Lansbury Bridge.

Paris On Sunday 17 May children from Year 6 will be setting out on their exciting trip to Paris. We wish all children and staff a wonderful time. Children are to meet at school at 9.30pm.

Nursery Provision September 2015
Can we again remind you that we are now able to offer wrap-around provision within our nursery setting from September 2015. Please let school know if you require this provision in September for your child in nursery. If you know any parents who may be interested in this provision and they have not applied for a nursery place then place let them know and they need wish to re-apply for a place in our nursery.

Newsletter - 2015 May1

Allanson Street Primary School Newsletter
1 May 2015

This week:

Tuesday A huge well done to Sophie Fanning, Libby Statham, Scott Honey and Keane Elms who played in the tennis tournament beating ALL their opponents apart from just one, resulting in a brilliant second place. We are very proud of them.

Wednesday A huge well done to Tommy Murray, Keane Elms, Aaron Oates, Scott Honey, Jack McLenaghan, Ben Smith-Yates, Daniel Mower and Keegan Colquitt for a great team performance in the football tournament at Everton’s training ground, Finch Farm. They did not make it through to the final at Goodison Park but should be very proud of beating so many other St Helens schools to reach the tournament. Thanks to Vinny Colquitt for coaching the team on the day at short notice!

Friday Twelve Year 5 children are taking part in an Athletics Tournament at Haydock High School and 8 pupils from Year 6 are also taking part in a Hockey Tournament at De la Salle.

Next week:
There will be no school on Monday as it is the May Day Bank Holiday.
Thursday Election Day. The Thompson Centre is being used as a Polling Station so please be aware it will be busy with members of the public.
Friday Some Y6 pupils are in a football match against St Barts’ at Rainhill High School.

Nursery Provision September 2015
We are now able to offer wrap-around provision within our nursery setting from September 2015. Please let school know if you require this provision in September for your child in nursery. If you know any parents who may be interested in this provision and they have not applied for a nursery place then place let them know and they need wish to re-apply for a place in our nursery.

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