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Fitz Weekly, 12th October

Monday 12th  

  • Cricket club with Jon Solly
  • Harvest Festival Assembly & Lunchbowl Charity Collection
  • Y1 Multi-skills Festival
  • Parents Evening 3.40pm – 6.30pm

Tuesday 13th

  • Y4- 6 Netball Club , 3.30-4.15
  • FS2 Learning Journey Workshop

Wednesday 14th

  • Y3/4 Swimming

 

Thursday 15th

  • Y4 – 6 Football club, 3.30-4.30
  • Y3 – 6 Ukulele club, 3.30-4.30
  • Library open 3.20 – 3.45
  • Parents evening 3.40pm – 7pm

Friday 16th

  • Dove Class Assembly, 9.15am School Hall
  • Dove Class Cake Sale

 

Celebrating Success

Well done to all the children who took part in the Cross Country Festival at Stonar School, each showing determination & ‘stickability’ to the end! Congratulations to Talia F who was 1st overall for Y5/6 girls, Maya M who was 2nd overall for Y5/6 girls and Joe A who was 2nd overall for Y5/6 boys

 

Congratulations to Sasha K who competed in the Maidenhead Junior Chess Tournament last Saturday and came first, winning the tournament! On Sunday he also went to Hampshire Junior Chess Congress and came joint 3rd in his age group. Fantastic achievements Sasha!

 

Headlines

Harvest Festival & Lunchbowl Collection – On Monday 12th October we will be having our harvest festival assembly. Due to the current success of the Bradford on Avon Foodbank, we have decided this year to support the lunchbowl charity, who help provide food for orphans in Kibera, Nairobi. We would like each child to come into school dressed as something which represents harvest i.e a farmer, or a piece of fruit/veg i.e dressed in orange for a carrot,  in return for a £1 donation to be given to your childs class teacher on the day. Each £1 we collect will help provide 3 children with food for a day.

 

Fitzmaurice PE T-Shirts – Please can all t-shirts be washed & returned to Miss Blake by Monday 12th October.

 

Fitz Friends News

Thank you so much to everyone who (very sneakily!) contributed to & organised the total surprise gift of beautiful flowers, chocs & afternoon tea (with fizz!) for all the Savages in one of my fave places in Wales. I’m well chuffed!! It was really encouraging to see people signing up for an hour stint at events for the all new ‘Fitz Friends’ last Friday- it looks like the future’s in safe hands!

Julia Savage

A big thank you to everyone who came along to support Fitz Friends at our relaunch last Friday. Over 75 volunteer hours were pledged and you helped select our new logo and next singalong film…

 

 

As voted for by you…Fitz Friends Film Club presents ‘Grease’

Calling all you Pink Ladies! Come and sing along, bring your friends and make new Fitz Friends! Head to the school hall for 7.30pm on Friday 16th October and get your drinks and snacks from the bar before the film starts at 8pm. Please return book bag slips with £2 per person by Tuesday 13th October. In return you will be given a refreshments voucher on the door.

 

Also voted for by you….

 

We have a winner! We can reveal that the logo with the most sticker votes at our relaunch event is…….

 

We’d ‘like’ a little boost!

Find out more about Fitz Friends and upcoming events at www.facebook.com/fitzfriendsboa

We will give away a bottle of fizz when we get 150 likes. If everyone who has already liked the page asks a friend to do the same, we will easily reach our target so please like and share!

 

Fitz Friends presents…

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 (PG*)

Saturday 17th October, 2-4pm in school hall

Welcome to the 13th Fitz Friends Film Club! This film has been chosen by pupils who came to Film Club back in April. We hope you like it.

Remember, it’s FREE! But you must book your place in advance. Remember to bring lots of pocket money for snacks. Tea, coffee, homemade cakes will also be available for sale.

Please return completed booking forms in an envelope marked “FILM CLUB” in the school office by Wednesday 14th October.

NB: 
Sorry, no pre-schoolers. All under-sixes to be accompanied by an adult. 
All children to be collected unless otherwise specified on booking form.

* CERTIFICATE PG: CONTAINS ‘DANGEROUS BEHAVIOUR, MILD THREAT’. 
This film has not been chosen by the school. Parents and carers should use their judgement as to suitability. It is, however, brill.

 

Dates for your Diary

Sun 11th Red Rabbit Family Photoshoot
Mon 12th Harvest Festival Assembly and Lunchbowl Charity Collection
Mon 12th Y1 Multi-skills festival
Mon 12th Parents Evening, 3.40pm-6.30pm
Mon 12th Full Governing Body Meeting
Tues 13th FS2 Learning Journey Workshop
Thurs 15th Parents Evening, 3.40pm-7pm
Fri 16th Dove Class Assembly
Fri 16th Dove Class Cake Sale
Sat 17th Saturday Film Club
Mon 19th E-Safety Day & Karl Hopwood talk for parents, 7pm
Mon 19th BOA Cluster Football Tournament, 3.45pm-5pm
Weds 21st END OF TERM

 

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