St Peter's News 21.9.18

St Peter’s News 21st September 2018
 
Doing all the good that we can through faith, love and excellence
 
  • Year 5 had a Celebrating Sadie afternoon yesterday, sharing memories and activities together with Sadie’s family to help us remember her. Our book of condolence for the Bristow family is still available in the school office if you would like to contribute.
  • Our new year 6 Sports Leaders undertook training at Canterbury Academy on Thursday.
  • Year 6 are off on their residential PGL trip on Monday. We all hope they have a great time.
  • Harvest Festival - This is taking place on Thursday in the church and is due to start at 9:15am. Parents and carers are welcome to join us.
  • A reminder that clubs are starting on Monday 1st October.
  • Dates - Please check the diary dates each week as there are inevitable changes as the term progresses. We will try to keep these to a minimum and will try to give you as much notice as possible.
Diary Dates
 
September
24-28th Yr 6 PGL Residential
27th Harvest service
 
October
1st Clubs start
4th Year 6 worship
10th Book fair
18th Year 2 worship
19th End of term 1
20th Yr 4 Canterbury Festival
parade
29th Start of term 2
 
Collective worship this week has been led by Revd Tim, Mrs Duffy, Mr Way, Mrs Wade and Kidz Club.
 
Last week our Friday Prayer was written by Clement in year 6.
Dear God, Thank you for our school. Thank you for our teachers, friends and equipment to help us learn. Sorry for when we don’t listen or are unkind to others. Please help us to do all the good that we can. Please help the children around the world who don’t have the privilege of education. Amen
 
You are warmly invited to join St Peter’s Methodist Church harvest service on Sunday 30th September at 10.30am.
 
Pantomime
We are planning a whole school trip to the Marlowe pantomime at the beginning of December!
 
Healthy Tuck
Please note that the children in key stage two are allowed to bring in a healthy snack from home each day. This should be a piece of fruit or a cereal bar but not crisps or chocolate. Children in years 1-6 can bring in no more than 20p a day to spend in our healthy tuck shop.
 
Music lessons
A message from one of our visiting music teachers…
I currently have a few spaces available for your child to learn either classical or electric guitar or the piano. I teach in a variety of styles of music so whether it’s playing for fun or aiming to take exams I teach in a relaxed and supportive way. The lessons are 20mins long and taken during the school day or possibly during break time. The fee for ten lessons is £85 which covers two terms.
You can contact me by mobile or email:
Tel: 07972322861 Email: johnathon_hart@hotmail.co.uk
 
Uniform
Following last week’s newsletter the children have today been reminded about wearing the correct uniform. This includes not wearing trainers or the large colourful fashion bows that a number of girls have been wearing in their hair. Thank you for your support with this.