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Bishop Wilson C. of E. Primary School

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”
1 Peter 4:10

Events

Red Nose Day

On Friday 19th March we will be celebrating Red Nose Day. Children can dress as a superhero or wear something red for a donation of £1.

 

World Book Day

 

We will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 5th March. Children who are in school can bring in their favourite book and wear their pyjamas. If children at home would like to take part, please send your photos in to our school Facebook page or on ClassDojo.

Children in Need

 

On Friday 13th November we will be celebrating Children in Need. Children can wear a yellow or spotty accessory with their uniform (hair band, scrunchie, badge, tights, socks) in exchange for a donation of £1.

 

Macmillan Coffee Morning - 2nd October 2020

 

We will be celebrating Macmillan on Friday 2nd October 2020 and would love your support!

We are asking the children to wear a green accessory (socks, hair bow, scrunchy, hat, headband or badge) in return for a £1 donation. Mrs Purnell will be running her usual colouring competition - all entries cost 50p.

We would also like the children to bring in a cake or biscuit of their choice so they can have their own cake celebration in their classroom at snack time.

If you have any spare change and would like to donate, staff will be on the playground at the start and end of the day with collection buckets.

 

                                                                             

 

World Book Day

 

Week commencing Monday 2nd March we are holding our World Book Week. We will be celebrating the end of the week by holding our World Book Day on Friday 6th March. Children can dress as their favourite book character (no superheroes, football shirts or pyjamas).

Parents' Evening

 

Our Spring parents' evening will be taking place on Wednesday 12th February (4-7pm) and Thursday 13th February (3.30-5.30pm). The additional parents' evening will allow each parent a 10 minute time slot with the teacher to discuss your child's progress. Please send in your appointment slips to the class teacher to book your slot.

Christmas Phase Events

 

This year our Christmas phase events are taking place on Monday 9th December (Nursery, Reception & Y1), Tuesday 10th December (Y5 & 6) and Wednesday 11th December (Y2, 3 & 4) at 2.30pm.

Reception/Year 1 Nativity

 

This year we are having 2 performances of our nativity. These will be on Tuesday 17th December at 2pm and Wednesday 18th December at 9.30am.

Nursery Christmas Carols and Mince Pies

 

Nursery will be entertaining parents with Christmas Carols on Thursday 19th December at 10.30am (for am children) and 2pm (for pm children). Parents are then invited to stay for mince pies with the children.

 

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Christmas Fayre

 

Friday 13th December we are having our Christmas Fayre from 3.30-5.30pm. Bring the children along to see Santa in his Grotto, have a go on our tombola or try your luck in the Grand Raffle! Entrance is 50p for adults and 30p for children.

Christmas Jumper Day

 

Friday 13th December is Christmas Jumper Day. Children can wear a Christmas jumper, or something Christmassy, in return for a £1 donation to Save the Children.

 

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Christmas Family Quiz

 

On Friday 6th December we are holding a Christmas Family Quiz. Teams will need to be registered to attend and pay the £3 fee upfront. Teams can have a maximum of 6 people. If you would like anymore information, please contact the school office.

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Non-Uniform Day

 

On Friday 6th December we are having a non-uniform day. Children can wear something sensible that is not school uniform and must bring in a prize for the Christmas Fayre. This can be any new, unwanted gifts, a box of chocolates or a bottle of wine (please hand wine to class teacher).

Children In Need

On Friday 15th November, Bishop Wilson is taking part in the annual Children In Need. Children need to wear their school uniform, but can wear a spotty accessory (hairband, bow, socks, tights, badge etc.) in return for a £1 donation to the charity.

 

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