The traffic volume at the school entrance creates a busy and potentially hazardous area, with parents worried about their children arriving at school on time.
We are trying to alleviate some of this bottleneck by offering parents a safe ‘drop off’ area just outside the school grounds.
If you travel to school up La Pouquelaye, children can leave the vehicle on the left-hand side onto the pavement. A group of Year 5 children in Hi-Viz jackets will be on hand to monitor the children on the pavement until our lollipop man can safely help them cross the road.
Once your child has exited your vehicle please do not hold up the traffic further by encouraging them to cross the road in front of you, we ask you continue your journey and leave the children to cross with our lollipop man in a safe and controlled way.
Nature, Nature, Nature!!
Calling all d’Auvergne Nature Explorers!!
If your child has found some treasure and would like to appear in our Nature Explorer Book please send in a photograph detailing what treasure was found and where it was found along with your child’s name, Class and age to firstname.lastname@example.org
Time for a pre-Christmas clear-out??
Should you feel the urge to sort out and find any:
- Men’s checked shirts
- Cooking aprons
- Men’s waistcoats
- Small handbags
- Floral dresses
- Floral blouses
- Women’s & Men’s hats
- Walking sticks
- Old clocks
- Old telephones
- Old keyboards
Our Nursery would love to make use of them
Please remember to send your child to school with a suitable outdoor coat – which is clearly named.
The weather will not affect planned outdoor activities.
Two teams took part in the football tournament last week, and all played excellently
Well done Girls!
Thank you to all the parents and staff who stayed behind after school on Friday to help with our movie night. Both showings proved very popular and we raised £400.00
Children In Need
We were very lucky to have a visit from Pudsey Bear and all the children gave him a very warm and friendly welcome to d’Auvergne.
Our dress down day and raffle raised £490 !
Thank you to everyone who has kindly donated towards Operation Hamper 2017
Should anyone still wish to donate you have until Tuesday 5th December to drop items in to us
5th December – Key Stage 1 Nativity
Please join us at St Marks Church for our Nativity on Tuesday 5th December. Our story begins at 1.30pm and should last approx. 45-mins
7th December – Key Stage 2 Carol Service
A warm festive welcome awaits you at St Marks Church on Thursday 7th December. The service begins at 6.30pm and we look forward to you joining us for our seasonal celebration
12th December – Upper Key Stage 2 Ice Skating
Please remember to wrap up warm ready for your Christmas Skate session – Have fun and try to stay upright!
13th December – Nursery Christmas Singing
All Nursery parents are invited to join us for our Christmas Singing
13th December – Key Stage 1 Christmas Party Lunch
Children are invited to bring their Christmas lunch box and enjoy party cakes with their friends – any contributions of cakes are welcome
14th December – Foundation Stage Party
A Christmas celebration for our Nursery and Reception Children
15th December – Reception Christmas Singing
Our Reception parents are invited to join us for our Christmas singing which starts at 10.30am
15th December – Christmas Jumper Fashion Show
Dig out your Festive woollies and join in the fun - swap your school jumper for a decorative alternative
15th December – End Of Term
School closes for the Festive period at the normal school ending times
Lower Key Stage 2 Party
Party details will follow shortly
3rd January 2018 – Start of the new Term