St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter


Dear Parents,

Thursday has come round fast! The children have had a good week in school with plenty of hard work being done. It is national anti-bullying week so we have been exploring what bullying is and what we can do about it. The theme nationally is Kindness so we have been talking about how we can be kind to each other. We are all, me included trying to be just a little bit kinder I hope you can join us in this attempt. Not that I am saying you are not kind, just that it we can all always spread a little bit more kindness.

Next week we have a non-uniform day and Year 4 sleep over to look forward to on Friday 26th November.

We are going to have our school Christmas Dinner on the last day of term 22nd December and generally just about everyone joins in and has a school dinner on that day even if they usually have a packed lunch. If you don’t want your child to have a school dinner that day please can you let the office know, thank you.

There are about 8 children who have not yet returned their sponsor money for the Glossop Jog please can this come in.

The Outdoor Christmas Fair is getting closer here is a message from the PTA:

We hope you’ve all marked your calendars for the Christmas Fair on Friday the 3rd of December! Thank you all who have donated books for our book stall, we will be accepting these up until the day of the Fair! We are also looking forward to seeing what types of gifts we receive next week at our non-uniform day on Friday the 26th!

We have lots of fun games and activities planned and we know the kids will have a great time! We need lots of happy helpers before the event to set up, during the event to help run the stalls (these will be done in pairs so everyone gets a chance to enjoy themselves) and of course tidying up. And very importantly, we are in desperate need of the big jolly man himself! Unfortunately our previous stand bys are not available for that date so if you know someone that could step into these big shoes, please do let us know!!


Stay happy and healthy

Alice Littlehailes