By Mrs Jewitt, Headteacher - 9th June 2019 6:07am
Some highlights from this week's report:
Sports Day on Thursday was a wonderful occasion with all of our athletes shining brightly! It was great to see so many people from home cheering all of the children on and the children competing so well and so enthusiastically. Well done to Lime team for coming 1st overall. We would like to say a special thank you to Mr Jones, our school site manager, for creating our amazing long jump sand-pit which will be particularly helpful in our training for the Town Sports. Thanks also to Mr Davies for organising the event, the volunteers who helped with scoring and place giving and to Friends for providing ice lollies which were enjoyed by all of the competitors!
Year 4 and Year 6 children have been taking part in their Bikeability training over the last few days. Year 6 have been learning how to ensure their bikes are safe to ride and how to maintain good control while cycling on the road. Year 4 have also been learning how to ride their bikes safely and completed their training on the school grounds. We are pleased to say that everyone passed their Level 1 (Year 4) and Level 2 (Year 6) training with flying colours.
FASA — Friends of Audlem School
Support your PTA — Urgent call for volunteers.
Friends will be holding their annual AGM next Tuesday 11th June at 1.30pm in our school hall. Some of our current committee members will be stepping down from their role at this meeting. Without any volunteers at the AGM to fill these committee roles our PTA and all of its important fundraising events for school such as Fairs will not be able to continue.
Friends are seeking new parent volunteers to join the committee to ensure this does not happen and that the children in school continue to benefit from the valuable work of Friends. If you are unable to attend the AGM next Tuesday but are able to volunteer as a committee member please let myself or the School Office team know before Tuesday. Please spread the word and attend this important meeting if you can.
You can read this week's school report in full by clicking on the link below the picture.
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