PE News

Hi all,
It is so important for our children to be physically active in school but also when they are at home too.
We are increasing our PE sessions so that children for Year 1 to Year 6 get two hours a week and reviewing lunchtimes to provide lots of physical activities.
Read our PE News to know why it is so important….

PE News

Happy holidays…

Mrs T

Year 6 ~France 2024

Our Year 6 set off in the early hours of Monday morning to catch a ferry from Dover to Calais. After 16 hours of travelling they eventually arrived at Chateau Beaumont. They had a fantastic time and spent their days exploring le Mont St Michel, the zoo, markets, supermarkets as well as spending time climbing, archery, fencing and team building. French night meant that they could experience a French delicacy of snails and frogs legs!!

The experience was amazing and the children thoroughly enjoyed it!

Everyone arrived home by midnight on Friday and I imagine spent a lot of the weekend sleeping.

Well done and thankyou to the wonderful adults: Mrs Pigg, Mr Johnson, Mrs Adams and Mrs Wust that gave up their time to go and the parents for allowing your children this experience.

Site Security Survey

Good afternoon everyone,

Keeping children, parents, staff and visitors safe is incredibly important to us here at Sir Alexander Fleming Primary and Nursery School. As part of our site security risk assessment, we are asking parents for their views on our current site security. As you know, we are always looking for ways to make our school even better and parent surveys are a big part of this process. We value your opinion, your voice matters!

Please click the link below to access the survey.

We ask the children termly about how they feel in school and where they feel safe and who they can talk to. We also ask them where they do not feel safe.

Please complete the survey by Friday 15th March 2024.

Best wishes,

Mrs Tomlinson

World Book Day – Thursday 7th March

World Book Day – Thursday 7th March.
We have not dressed up in ages so we would children to come dressed as their favourite book character. There are prizes on offer so think creative and flamboyant; the more home-made the more chance of winning!
I can’t wait to get my costume ready 🙂

Pep the Poet Upcoming Visit . . .

On Monday 19th February we have a poet visiting school to complete workshops with the children from Y1-6. This will develop their love of reading, writing and speaking skills. Pep will be selling his inspiring books in the school hall straight after school. Stop by to meet him, find out what your child’s been doing and browse his work. We hope to see you there!