Nursery will be closed from Monday 23rd March until Friday 27th March. Letters have been sent out to inform parents of this closure.
If you would like your child to take part in our decorated Easter Egg competition, please can entries be in school by Wednesday 1st April. Judging will take place on Thursday 2nd April.
Parents Evening is Wednesday 1st April. Your child has taken home a letter, please ensure this has been returned to school in order for us to be able to try and provide you with your preferred time slot.
On Friday 13th March, the children will be taking part in a range of activities in support of Sport Relief. Children are invited to come into school wearing their sporting clothes for a donation of £1 which will go towards helping all the hard work the charity does, all year round.
Children in Year 6 will be having a Puberty Session led by the School Nurse. We are inviting parents in to school before the session at 9:15 on Monday 9th March. This will be to discuss the session with the Nurse so that you will be fully aware of what this will entail. Children have been sent home with slips to return to school if parents DO NOT want their children to take part in the session.
This Friday, we will be open from 8:15 am if you would like to drop in and join us for some breakfast and a chance to enjoy reading with your child.
Throughout the week, if you have any books that your children have read and loved, we would kindly ask you to donate them to us so that the children can take part in a swap on Friday 6th March.
All children can come to school in their pyjamas and bring their favourite book to share. We ask that they bring in a £1 donation which we will use to buy new books. Please remember to wear sensible shoes and warm pyjamas as the children will still be going outside at Break and Lunch times. Parents of children in Ladybird and Butterflies, join us in your child’s classroom at 2:30 pm for a ‘bedtime’ story, drink and biscuits.
Celebrate World Book Day with us at Littlemoor Primary! We cannot wait to see all our children in their wonderful Shakespearean costumes as we celebrate World Book Day with a focus on A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare! With a workshop coming in to school to help children act out parts from one of the Bard’s most famous plays, we aim to get every child involved and also develop a true understanding of the play. We will also be creating posters, writing character descriptions and answering comprehensions – as we learn about the play, William Shakespeare himself and the famous Globe theatre. Please come back and visit the website again soon to see all the amazing pictures we’re going to take of the day! ‘No profit grows where no pleasure is taken. In brief, sir, study what you most affect’ William Shakespeare