Newsletter 24th June 2016
Latest News from Wyre Forest School
Menu Week: Week beginning 27th June will be Week 3 as listed in the Spring/Summer Menu.
Attendance: Week ending 17th June was 94.8%
Best Class Attendance: Week ending 17th June was 7P at 96.7% - Well Done
Congratulations to Lucy in 7P who won medals recently at her gymnastics competition, she won her medals for her floor routine, vault, bench and bar. Well done Lucy!
We would also like to congratulate Sam from 7P for winning medals in his athletics club he won, a Bronze medal for running, a Bronze medal for long jump, a Silver medal for relay and a 6th ribbon for throwing. Well done Sam!!
Harry from 12BC had a fabulous weekend; he excelled himself at Special Olympics where he won 4 different awards. Harry won Bronze in 50 metres, standing long jump and soft ball throw, and Silver in the 50 metre relay. Fantastic job, well done Harry!
Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration in School
On Thursday 30th June Staff and Pupils can wear RED, WHITE AND BLUE if they would like as the children will be enjoying a Picnic Lunch provided by AIP Catering to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
OAK and PINE Trip
Well done to all of Oak and Pine children on our recent trip to the Safari Park. We enjoyed seeing lots of different animals around the park and thankfully the rain stopped so that we could enjoy a picnic off the bus. We then walked around the park and saw some penguins, lizards and snakes. The children behaved wonderfully and were an absolute credit to the school
Transition Mornings in school
Please note our transition mornings in school when pupils will be with their new class teacher and friends will be
Wednesday 29th June 2016 9.30am – 11.30am
Wednesday 6th July 2016 9.30am – 11.30am
Message from the Headteacher
Please could parents think how they write comments in their child's diary? If they could write it in the same tone they'd expect from staff it would be much appreciated or telephone school.
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