St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter

Opening eyes, hearts and minds


Dear families of our St. Luke’s children,

It has been another busy week here at St. Luke’s.  On top of all of our usual endeavours, Year 3 have been to offer their support to the Hummingbird Project in Glossop, Year 2 have had a trip out to watch Frozen Junior at Glossopdale High School and everyone who should have had their flu immunisations has now had the chance to have them!

A message from our Pupil Parliament

Dear Parents

We are writing to let you know that we shall be having a stall at the Christmas Fair to raise money for some special days in school.  If you are able to donate anything (reasonable condition & working) that we could sell on a second-hand stall we’d be very grateful.

Thank you

School Parliament

Christmas Festivities

We have sent the letter out about the Year 1 and 2 Christmas play.  Please make sure you return your slips as soon as possible so that we can allocate seating.

Don’t forget it is our Christmas Fair on December 1st starting at 5pm.  We look forward to seeing you all there.  We have a non-uniform day next Friday (24th November) where the children can come dressed in whatever they would like (sensible clothes only please – no dinosaur costumes or similar, I’m looking at you Mr Groarke!) In exchange for wearing non-uniform the PTA are asking for donations of bottles of things – wine, fizzy drinks, shampoo etc. etc.

Kestrel’s Nativity

Our reception class are putting on a nativity show for the parents/carers on Monday 18th December at 9.15am.  We only have capacity for 2 audience places per family due to Health and Safety constraints.  We’ll send out ticket letters for this on Monday.

Christmas Carol Service St Luke’s Church

We are hoping to set up a parents/carers choir to sing a carol at the service on the last day of term as we thought it would be lovely for the children to see their parents/carers singing for them.  We know this won’t appeal to everyone but we will send out a Google Form next week to see who is interested.

World Diabetes Day

Thank you to all who took part in World Diabetes Day.  It was lovely to see the event embraced by so many.  The school raised £237.39 for the National Diabetes Society on that day.  Thank you very much for your generosity.

Wishing you all a restful weekend.

Mrs Rogers