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TODWICK PRIMARY SCHOOL

"Be The Best That We Can Be"

 

Email: todwickprimary@rotherham.school

 

See below for Rotherham School Term dates to July 2020

Dates for your diary 2018-19

 

22nd October Scary Disco

23rd October KS1 Harvest Festival 9.15am

24th October KS1 Harvest Festival 9.15am

26th October - break up for half term

5th November - back to school

7th December - Christmas Market 1.15pm

11th December KS1 Play 9.30am & 6.00pm

12th December Coffee Morning 9.15am

13th December Christmas Dinner for the children

17th December KS2 play 6.00pm

18th December KS2 play 9.30am

KS2 December KS2 play 6.00pm

21st December break up for Christmas

2019

7th January INSET DAY

8th January back to school

6th February Parents Evening 3.20-6.30pm

7th February Parents Evening 3.20-6.30pm

11th February Spring Disco

15th February break up for half term

25th February back to school

8th April Easter gardens & bonnets on display

9th April Easter cake sale

10th April Easter Assembly 2.15pm

12th April break up for Easter

29th April back to school

6th May bank holiday (May Day)

13th-16th May Y6 SATS week

24th May break up for half term

3rd June INSET DAY

4th June back to school

10th - 14th June Y1 Phonics Screening week

20th June Sports Day

27th June Summer Fair

3rd July Performing Arts

10th July Y6 Leavers Assembly & party

11th July Open evening meet new teachers

15th July children start in new classes

19th July School closes for the summer

 

2018-19 Rotherham School Holiday Dates

Holiday starts - Monday 29 October 2018

Back to school - Monday 5 November 2018

Christmas

Holiday starts - Monday 24 December 2018

Back to school - Monday 7 January 2019

Spring Half term

Holidays starts - Monday 18 February 2019

Back to school - Monday 25 February 2019

Easter

Holiday starts - Monday 15 April 2019

Back to school - Monday 29 April 2019

Summer Half term

Holiday starts - Monday 27 May 2019

Back to school - Monday 3 June 2019

Summer holiday

Holiday starts - Tuesday 23 July 2019

 

Bank Holidays 2019

Good Friday - Friday 19 April 2019

Easter Monday - Monday 22 April 2019

May Day - Monday 6 May 2019

Spring Bank Holiday - Monday 27 May 2019

 

Rotherham Term dates 2019-2020

Most of our schools have the same holiday dates. Holidays for some voluntary-aided, foundation and academy schools may be different.

End of summer holiday

Back to school - Monday 2 September 2019

Autumn Half term

Holiday starts - Monday 28 October 2019

Back to school - Monday 4 November 2019

Christmas

Holiday starts - Monday 23 December 2019

Back to school - Monday 6 January 2020

Spring Half term

Holidays starts - Monday 17 February 2020

Back to school - Monday 24 February 2020

Easter

Holiday starts - Monday 6 April 2020

Back to school - Monday 20 April 2020

Summer Half term

Holiday starts - Monday 25 May 2020

Back to school - Monday 1 June 2020

Summer holiday

Holiday starts - Tuesday 21 July 2020

Bank Holidays 2020

•Good Friday - Friday 10 April 2020

•Easter Monday - Monday 13 April 2020

•May Day - Monday 4 May 2020

•Spring Bank Holiday - Monday 25 May 2020

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY SUCCESS!!

 

Well done to all of our cross country competion stars who did so well and got through to the Rotherham finals representing the Wales Cluster. The next round for our finalists will be the Cross Country School Games for South Yorkshire. Good luck guys!

 

Please park safely and considerately around school

 

Dear Parents/Carers

 

Please could I request your serious attention to this issue:

Parking around school can be difficult, especially in the morning rush and at home times. The road outside school is a dangerous place every day because of increasing volumes of traffic, congestion and parking at these busy times. This is an increasingly serious concern for school and for parents. In the crucial interests of our children’s safety and out of respect and consideration for local residents, we ask very earnestly that drivers avoid double parking, dropping off on zig-zag or double yellow lines, parking on pavements and obstructing driveways (even partially). Whenever possible it would be beneficial if children who live in the village could walk to and from school.

 

Thank you, Sue Oakes, Headteacher.