St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter


Dear Parents,

Thank you to everyone who helped with the disco on Friday a good time was had by all.

The children who got to go to the Rugby Megafest on Monday had a great time and were a credit to you and the school. I just wish we could have sent more children as it was such a positive event.

The children finish for half term today and will be back on Monday 4th November.

On Tuesday 5th November it is flu vaccination day – remember it is not an injection but a nasal spray.

On Thursday 7th November the older pupil parliament members are visiting the Houses of Parliament, I wonder if we will have a government by then!

On Friday 8th the Merlin’s will be leading our assembly, do join us if you can.

Friday 8th is also the day the Ospreys are going to Staircase House.

Bags 2 school is on Tuesday 12th of November, we are sending home a bag for you to fill with any shoes or textiles which you have finished with. Please do not bring them in until the 12th as we don’t have anywhere to store the bags. What you send in is weighed and school receives money. The clothes etc are sorted some items are reused and the rest are recycled.

If your child is in Y6 remember the deadline for applying for a secondary school place is the 31st of October, make sure you have put your application in by then.

If you owe any dinner money please can you pay today so we are straight for the end of the half term.

I have been asked to pass on this message:

The PTA would like to say a big thankyou to everyone who helped and attended last week’s Disco. The event raised funds of £413 which is amazing. The annual PTA newsletter will be available after half term which will include updates on how the funds raised are going to be spent this year.

The school Christmas fair will be on the 6th December, more details to follow after half term.

Many thanks, Julie.


During half term I know many of the children will be online more; remember if you want to find out about any risks or dangers with particular games and apps net aware which is run by the NSPCC has very down to earth and useful information.

I hope you have a lovely half term week, see you on the 4th


Alice Littlehailes