Allanson Street Primary School Newsletter
13 March 2015
Monday: We hope you have been listening to our Year 5 children who have been featuring on WISH FM’s ‘Little Lyrics’ programme every day this week. Well done to all the children.
Tuesday: Well done to the Year 5 football team who played in a tournament at Ruskin Drive on Tuesday afternoon. They played superbly. Thank you to Ryan Fitzgerald’s dad for coaching the team for the afternoon and to the parents who came along to cheer on the team.
Year 5RH enjoyed an afternoon doing some Drama activities at St Cuthbert’s High School.
Thursday Thank you to all the female family members who came to take part in a craft afternoon to celebrate Mothers’ Day. A wonderful afternoon was had by all!
Friday: Comic Relief Day! We are having a ‘Make Your Face Funny For Money’ non-uniform day. What a variety we have seen! Red noses, face paint, wigs, hats, false glasses, false moustaches just about anything! All money raised this year is being doubled by the Government so thank you for all the support you have given. We have raised £540 from selling Red Noses and over £200 by ‘Making your Face Funny for Money’.
This afternoon 10 Year 6 children have competed in a Tri-Golf tournament. Well done to all children involved. We will let you know how they got on next week.
Tuesday Year 3 will enjoy a Cultural Trip to Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
Wednesday Friends of Allanson Street meet 3.30pm New members welcome to come along.
Friday Year 3 children will go to Haydock High School to take part in a ‘Health Day’.
Parents’ Evenings Parents’ evenings are scheduled for Monday 23 – Wednesday 25th March. Letter have been sent out this week for you to request appointment times. Please return your slips to your child’s teacher as soon as possible.
In February the School Council launched a competition for the children to design a litter poster. The following children have been chosen as the winners and they got to choose a book from the Book Fair. Congratulations to: Dylan Cave, Hannah Nield (Upper Juniors), Megan Duckworth, Alex Jonkers (Lower Juniors), Lily Owen and Isabelle Cross (Infants).
Window Replacement Programme: The new windows are still being installed. Please take extra care on the playground and pathways with the fencing, vans and workmen when you collect children at the end of the day. We are almost at the end now! Thanks.