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Fitz Weekly, 11th May

Monday 11th – SATs week Y6

·         SATs Breakfast café, 8.30 am School Hall

·         Cricket club with Jon Solly, Years 1-6, 3.20-4.20

Tuesday 12th

·         SATs Breakfast café, 8.30 am School Hall

·         KS2 Ukulele club 3.30 – 4.30

·         KS1 Gardening Club 12.30-12.55

Wednesday 13th

·         SATs Breakfast café, 8.30 am School Hall

·         Blackbird class – Forest Schools

·         Swimming Y3/4 – please remember your kit, including swimming hats

Thursday 14th

·         SATs Breakfast café, 8.30 am School Hall

·         Dinner choice slips for week beginning 18th May due today

·         Y1/2 Active club 3.30 – 4.15

·         KS2 Gardening Club 1.00 – 1.25

Friday 15th

·         Red Kite class cake sale, 3.20pm school hall

                                                                                       

Celebrating Success

Thank you leaf: Erica M, Elouise J, Jess E, Billy H, Ibby O, Scarlett L, Poppy McG, Katey B, Samuel L

Politeness Tickets: Sebastian McM, Ruby H, Ben W, Jacob M, Jasmine P, Lyra K, Troy H, Will A, Ami C

 

SATs Breakfast café for Year 6 – During SATs week we will be running the SATs breakfast café in the hall. The café will open at 8.30am and will serve toast and a variety of cereals and fruit juices. If your child would like to attend, please ensure he/she arrives promptly at 8.30am and enters through the side hall door.

 

Puffin Class Cake Sale – Big thank you to all the parents who baked cakes, manned the stall and helped clear up. Special mention to Caroline Lock for the ‘choccy bonanza’ raffle cake, and congratulations to Scarlett’s mum for winning it! We made a fabulous £172 which will go towards our end of term trip.

Miss Blake & Mrs Cox

 

Gym Leotards – Please can you return any Gym Leotards which you still have at home to Miss Blake ASAP. We still have 6 which have not been returned!!

 

Athletics Club – There will be no athletics club on Monday 18th May due to Quad Kids competition.

 

FSA News

Fitz Big Odd Ride Friday 15 May 5 – 8pm, Odd Down Cycle Circuit (exclusively booked for Fitz!)

You and your family bring bikes, trikes, scooters, ride-ons (& HELMETS…part of the agreement with the track), we chill out and chat, we ride around the fabulous track as and when we feel like it (also a BMX track available), we have silly grins! If you don’t have a bike or can’t get yours there, there’s a selection of tandems, recumbents, road bikes, mountain bikes, children’s and single speeds available to borrow for free! No excuses!

Cost is £5 for a family ticket (please do not bring pets)

Bring a picnic and a rug (no BBQ’s please). We may sell ice lollies if it gets hot again!

Please send your £5 (cash or cheque payable to ‘Fitzmaurice School Association’) into the office in an envelope labelled ‘Big Odd Ride’ with your child’s name, class and a contact number on it ASAP.

 

Strawberry Fair (Sat 20 June 11am – 3pm) HELP!!

We have brilliant new (and familiar!) attractions booked but now it’s time to get the money raising stalls sorted too.

We’re looking for individuals, friends, teams (anyone with a pulse basically!) to do an hour’s stint on a stall to make sure everything runs smoothly. There’s plenty of choice available from Fitz Fashion Finds to Coconuts, Jumble Jars to Inflatable Football, Cafe Yum Yum to Angry Birds!

** If anyone has an idea for a new stall they’d like to run then we’d love new ideas to refresh too!**

 

Other Fair appeals at this stage:

·         Plants: we’ll be lacking Post Office Bill & Jill’s amazing donations this year so anything anyone can cultivate (legally!) over the next few weeks to donate on the day would be much appreciated.

·         Jumble Jars:  please start collecting empty lidded jars and fill them with tiny toys, sweets or similar (no nuts please). We’ll let you know when we need them.

·         Bunting:  we make every child’s strawberry picture into bunting for Cafe Yum Yum. Anyone up for sitting in front of their TV creating this fab feature over a few nights?

 

Please contact Sarah Mawdsley on: sarah@sarahmawdsley.co.uk to volunteer your services and sign up to something that appeals to you. It’s really not scary I promise, it’s actually great fun!

 

Thank you very much

Julia Savage, FSA

 

Dates for your Diary

 

Monday 11th – 15th Yr6 SATS week
Friday 15th Big Odd Ride
Friday 15th Red Kite Class Cake Sale
Monday 18th – 22nd Fairtrade/Business Enterprise Week
Monday 18th Quad kids at Bath Uni
Wednesday 20th Cluster Swimming Gala
Thursday 21st Tag Rugby County Finals. All day event at Royal Wootton Bassett
Friday 22nd Dove class assembly, 9.15am school hall
Friday 22nd End of Term, 3.20pm
Monday 1st June Term 6 begins- pupils return to school
Tuesday 2nd Class photographs
Tuesday 9th Quik cricket competition at Winsley Cricket club
Monday 15th – 19th Assessment week
Monday 15th Y3 Rounders festival at St Laurence
Friday 12th Goldfinch class assembly, 9.15am school hall
Friday 12th Merlin class cake sale
Sat 20th June Strawberry Fair

 

Community Notices

Bradford on Avon Foodbank, The Hub @ BA15 

The foodbank has been established to provide short term, emergency food to individuals and families in crisis. The foodbank is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11am and 1pm, and can be found on Church Street, Bradford on Avon. Food is donated by churches, individuals, companies, community groups or charities and by the public through collection days outside the major supermarkets in our local area.  This is a project that involves the whole community!

There is no charge for the food, but it is given on the understanding that it is not resold.

 

Wiltshire Council’s 2015 Get Active Holiday Sport Programme

Get Active Holiday sports opportunities for young people Summer 2015. Please see the attached leaflet or visit:   www.wiltshire.gov.uk/sportholidayactivities for more information on these courses which are being run by Wiltshire Council. Activities will take place at a range of venues including Wiltshire Council and Places for People operated leisure facilities, schools, recreational spaces, parks and local sports clubs.

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