St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter


Dear Parents & Carers,

What a lovely sunny week we have had and it looks set to stay nice for the whole of half term. As you know we finish tomorrow and the children are back in on Wednesday 7th June.

Welcome to our weekly newsletter to the parents of children starting in Reception next September.

This week is RE week and the children are grappling with big questions.  The level of discussion has been really good.

Congratulations to our Healthy Me squad who did us proud at their move more event on Monday.  They have come back with lots of ideas of how to get us all more active.

Also congratulations to the girls cricket team who won the Glossop cricket tournament and are through to the High Peak Final on 8th June.

I have noticed that the parents of the children in Y5 & Y6 have forgotten that we ask them to wait for the children in the playground not on the path or the school side of the traversing wall.  This is to stop there being a bottle neck at that point.  Please remember to do this.

Tomorrow the children in Kites will be leading our collective worship.  The assembly starts just after registration.  I will send the code word out in the morning.

There will be no school led clubs the first week back after half term these resume on Monday 12th, there will be no clubs the week of the 19th as it is Parents meeting week, they will be on the weeks beginning 26th June and 3rd July.  They will finish on 7th July as we have the y5/6 production and the summer concert and the disco over the last 2 weeks.

On Thursday 8th June, after we have seen the children out to you, you are welcome to come back into school with your child to look at their books.  Do not worry if you cannot look at the books then as they will be coming home at the end of the year.

I look forward to seeing lots of you later for the drawing of the PTA raffle.  Thank you to everyone who has baked, sold tickets, bought tickets and offered to help with the event.  Parents are asked for £2 for their drink and cake and younger children £1. As you know we have asked for the children at school to bring £1 in.

Have a lovely half term


Stay happy and healthy

Alice Littlehailes