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TODWICK PRIMARY SCHOOL

"Be The Best That We Can Be"

 

Email: todwickprimary@rotherham.school

Dates for your diary 2018

 

 

May 7th school closed for bank holiday

May 14th - 18th SATS week Y2 & Y6

May 9th Y3 class assembly 2.15 p.m.

May 16th Y4 open classroom 2.15 p.m.

May 23rd Y1 open classroom 1.15 p.m.

May 23rd Y5 open classroom 2.15 p.m.

May 25th Inset day

May 28th to 1st June - school closed for half term

June 12th Y2 open classroom 2.15 p.m.

June 18th Inset day

June 22nd sports day 1.00 p.m.

26th June FS2 open classroom

June 28th Summer fair 2.00 p.m.

July 5th performing arts festival 2.00 p.m.

July 10th open evening & meet new teachers 3.30 - 6.00 p.m. (no appointments)

July 12th Y6 Leavers assembly 2.30 p.m.

July 12th Y6 party 6.00 p.m.

July 13th Awards assembly 9.15 a.m.

July 13th Y6 leave

July 16th children start in new classes

July 20th School closes for Summer break

 

2018-19 Rotherham School Holiday Dates

(Please note 5 inset days will be announced Summer 2018)

Schools open (may be an inset day) - Monday 3 September 2018

Autumn Half term

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

 

 

Jeans for Genes Day 22nd September

 

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated and wore jeans on Friday 22nd September. This cause is very close to our hearts at Todwick School and particularly to Mr Haywood and his family who are involved in supporting the Lily Foundation. They have seen at first hand the amazing research and progress being made in genetics thanks to these donations which are really making a difference.

Along with our donation of £184.40 to the Lily Foundation, we send our love and respect to the Haywood family and especially to Timothy who lives with the effects of Mitochondrial disease (a rare genetic condition). He always wears a big smile and gives his time and attention to helping others, as do all the Haywood family! We're very proud to have them on 'team Todwick'

 

 

What a brilliant Science Ambassador visit at Wales High School! Teamworking and engineering challenges carried out by our Science Ambassadors to mark National Science and Engineering week!

Chicken News...

 

Following on from last Spring when 10 baby chicks hatched in the incubator in FS2 and were raised successfully by our resident hens.. we have now found good homes for the cockrels (who were just too noisy!) and a couple of the hens have gone to live with Mrs Fairest.

 

So we now have a happy family of 4 hens living in their coop in the school courtyard. We would like to say a massive thank you to Mr Haywood and his family who look after them (spoil them) when school is out!

 

Y3 and Y4 loved their African Drumming workshop on Friday 9th March!

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.

We Sang our hearts out for the Mayor of Rotherham!

 

On Friday 22nd September a group of our children were invited to sing for the Mayor of Rotherham at Todwick Church Hall. The children sang beautifully and the Mayor was super impressed! Well done everyone!