Mr Richard Tidy will be in school tomorrow morning to take photographs of the Year 6 Leavers. Thank you.
There is a large number of items in our lost property including, school jumpers, polo shirts, trainers, water bottles and lunch boxes. We have placed all the items on the stage in the school hall for parents and carers to check. The items will remain on the stage until the end of the week.
A reminder that there was a slight rise in the cost of school meals as of Monday 1st April. The cost of primary school meals increased to £2.10 per day. Please note that school dinners should be paid for before they are taken. Dinner money cheques should be made payable to C.C.B.C. Please write your child’s name and class on the back of the cheque and on the envelope. All payments made to school should be placed in a sealed envelope with your child’s name and class clearly stated. A receipt will be sent home for all payments received for the amount of £15.00 and over.
A reminder that the updated timetable for Music lessons in the school is:
-Violin lessons are now on Mondays.
-Guitar and Brass lessons are now on Tuesdays.
-Cello lessons are now on Wednesdays.
-Woodwind lessons are now on Thursdays.
-Recorder lessons are now on Fridays.
Payment for the Summer Term is now due at a cost of £25.00 for the term. Please make any cheques payable to Bedwas Junior School and write your child’s name and class on the back of the cheque and on the envelope.
Our target for pupil attendance is 95.7% for the school. We would like to say thank you, as our current attendance for the year stands at 95.93%! That is an amazing effort from everyone. The Spring term’s report showed our attendance was 96.11%. Thank you.
We want to say a big thank you to Ms. Thomas, who is currently acting as our caretaker. Ms. Thomas is very dedicated to the school and has recently added colour all around the school in the form of flowers, in hanging baskets, plant pots, and even tyres. It has really brightened up the school’s outdoor environment. Thank you.
|6th May||May Bank Holiday|
|27th – 31st May||Half-Term Holiday|
|3rd June||Swimming for Red and Blue Class starts today.|
|10th June||Orange Class Education Visit to Big Pit|
|25th June||Sports Day|
|3rd July||Year 2 Open Evening|
|22nd July||INSET Day 5 – School closed to pupils|
|23rd July – 30th August||Summer Holidays|
Children are welcome to attend school in non-uniform tomorrow, Friday 17th May. The PTA kindly ask for a donation of toiletries to support the upcoming summer fair.
Unfortunately, Code Club with Mr Ankin has been cancelled for this Friday 17 May. Thank you.
Due to staff training the following clubs are cancelled this week:-
- Art and Crafts (Tuesday)
- Choir (Tuesday)
- Netball (Thursday).
BRASS LESSONS – A reminder that Mr Wheeler will now be in school every Tuesday until further notice. Thank you.
Unfortunately, due to staff training, Netball Club with Miss Pugh has been cancelled on Thursday 16 May. Thank you.
Unfortunately, due to staff training, Choir Club with Mr Nisbett has been cancelled for the next two weeks. Thank you.
Unfortunately, due to staff training, Art and Crafts Club with Mr Dimeck has been cancelled for next Tuesday 14 May. Thank you.
Orange Class will be attending ‘The Big Pit’ on Monday, 10th June. We would really appreciate any volunteers who would like to come with Orange class on the day. If you would like to volunteer, please contact the school as soon as possible.
Unless you have heard to the contrary, your child has been accepted into the after school club of their choice. Apologies, but unfortunately our photocopier is out of order at present and we have been unable to send any letters out. If you are signed up to the text service you will also receive a text with this information. Thank you.
We hope you have all had a rested Easter break and welcome you back for the summer term.
At Bedwas Junior School, we encourage children to eat healthily and to have an active lifestyle. We have recently introduced snack containers, where children can keep their snacks for break times safely in class. We encourage children to have healthy snacks, like fruits and vegetables at break times instead of snacks which may contain high amounts of sugar.