Updates

Stars of the Week 21.1.2022

Reception    The Whole Class

Y1                Natasha Peony Thea Tom Ivy

Y2                Rowan Charlotte

Y3                Leo Kenzie

Y4                Harvey

Y5E              Bentley Frankie

Y5/6G           Freya  Isabelle

Y5/6T           Bella Beth Ella

 

Pupils Choice Menu for Friday 28th January

Year 5 children have chosed Hot dogs for their Pupil Choice for school dinner on Friday 28th January.

Latest Covid guidance

Changes to the self-isolation period for those who test positive for COVID-19

From Monday 17 January, people who are self-isolating with COVID-19 will have the option to reduce their isolation period after 5 full days if they test negative with a lateral flow device (LFD) test on both day 5 and day 6 and they do not have a temperature. For example, if they test negative on the morning of day 5 and the morning of day 6, they can return to their education or childcare setting immediately on day 6.

The first test must be taken no earlier than day 5 of the self-isolation period, and the second must be taken the following day. All test results should be reported to NHS Test and Trace.

If the result of either of their tests is positive, they should continue to self-isolate until they get negative results from two LFD tests on consecutive days or until they have completed 10 full days of self-isolation, whichever is earliest.

Anyone who is unable to take LFD tests or anyone who continues to have a temperature will need to complete the full 10 day period of self-isolation.

Headteacher Message

That’s been another busy week here at Much Wenlock Primary School. The week started off with the fire service giving a talk to the Year 3 class. This proved to be very educational and entertaining and the chance for the children to try on some of the firefighting gear was a bonus. We are seeing a rise in the number of children isolating due to Covid. The Government are bringing in new regulations from Monday reducing the isolation period from 7 to 5 days. I will pass on any new guidance as soon as it is released to schools.

To help give parents an insight into what happens in school we will be publishing a class profile on a fortnightly basis. This will consist of photos, videos and examples of the children’s work from each class.  First up is Mrs Jameson’s class (Year 4).

Finally we are planning on holding parent consultations during the week commencing 14th February 2022. More details will be sent out in the next few weeks.

Have a nice weekend.

Mr Litchfield

Star of the Week 14.1.2022

Reception       Noah and Rory

Year 1             Izzie-Mae and Tom

Year 2             Harley and Laurie

Year 3             Erin and Caitlin

Year 4              Charlie and Katy

Year 5E            Charlie and Lillie-Mae

Year 5/6G         Ellie Amelie and Ethan

Year 5/6T          Calleigh and Charlie

 

Pupils Choice for dinner on friday 21st January

The Year 5/6 G class have chosen beef burgers in a bap for their pupils choice for Friday 21st January – sounds delicious

Toddler Group

Due to staff shortages the Much Wenlock Primary School Baby and Toddler group will not be going ahead today. We will hopefully be able to start the group again in the near future.

Thank you.

Headteacher Message

Welcome back to a new school term. I hope everyone managed to have a break over the festive period. It has been lovely to see all the children back in class and enjoying their learning. Thankfully we don’t seem to have been too badly affected by Covid but we will be monitoring the situation over the coming weeks.

This week we had a visit from the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissionaire, John Campion, who delivered a new road safety sign to help alleviate parking issues outside of the school. Next week we will be resuming the Crossbar and Maypole after school clubs. Please contact the school office to book a place. Hopefully the Baby and Toddler group will be up and running shortly.

Can I request that children who enjoy playing football at break times please bring in a change of footwear to protect their school shoes and avoid bringing too much mud into school.

We will be updating the school menus shortly so please have a chat with your children about what they like and dislike to eat. We would welcome any feedback.

Have a nice weekend.

Mr Litchfield

Stars of the Week

Reception   Bella

Year 1         Lenny and Meadow

Year 2         George and Callum

Year 3         Henry and Whole Class

Year 4         Willow and Meadow

Year 5         Whole Class

Year 5/6G   Ollie, Beth and Calleigh

Year 5/6T    Brenden and Ethan

 

 

School Dinner Menu next week

Wednesday 12th January

Roast pork is unavailable so will be replaced with sausage and Yorkshire Pudding.

Friday 14th january

Pupils choice will be meatball subs chosen by Class 5/6T – sounds delicious

Happy New Year

I hope everyone has had a nice Christmas and enjoyed seeing the new year in. Just a reminder that Tuesday 4th January is a PD Day and the children start back school on Wednesday 5th January 2022.

Thank you

Headteacher Message

Well, what a Term that has been, cumulating in a hectic but exciting week this week. First up on Tuesday was the EYFS and Year 1 nativity. It was lovely to be able to put on a performance for parents and I would like to thank everyone for following the COVID safety measures. I’m sure you will agree it was well worth the effort to see the children on stage again. On Wednesday we had the traditional Christmas lunch. This again proved to be a huge success with the children really getting in to the festive spirit. On Thursday Year 2 , Year 3 and Year 4 put on a lovely outdoor carol service. The singing was lovely and it was so nice to see so many parents watching. The week ended with a visit from Santa who delivered presents to the Reception and Nursery children. In the afternoon the Year 5 and Year 6 children attended Much Wenlock Church for the traditional end of year service. The children certainly rose to the occasion and put on a beautiful end of year performance.

After all that I think we all deserve a nice peaceful Christmas and I look forward to seeing everyone back in school on Wednesday 5th January 2002.

Happy Christmas.

Mr Litchfield

Stars of the Week

Reception       Whole Class

Year 1              Whole Class

Year 2              Whole Class

Year 3              Cruz and Katy

Year 4               Issy and Catherine

Year 5               Ollie W and Theo

Year 5/6 G        Talin, Teagan and Oscar

Year 5/6T          Whole Class

And a big thank you to the Church Readers, the small choir and the ukulele players

 

 

The Christmas Mingle

Thank you for all your help and support with The Christmas Mingle. We have made a brilliant £552.04, so thank you very much

Thank you to all the kitchen staff for a wonderful Christmas dinner.

Crossbar Christmas Holiday Club

The Crossbar Christmas Holiday Club will be held again at Much Wenlock Primary School.

It will be held Monday 20th December to Thursday 24th December and Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th December. It is open for all school age children (not Nursery Children).

Toasty Tuesday is cancelled tomorrow

Unfortunately Asda have delivered our shopping this morning and have not sent any bread, so we are cancelling tomorrow’s Toasty Tuesday. Any orders will be rolled over to Tuesday 11th January which is our next Toasty Tuesday

Those children who have ordered a drink will still be able to have this.

Headteacher Message

What a term this has been. Thankfully we seem to have gone through the peak of Covid infections within the school and the numbers of new cases are very low. The children are all getting ready for the Christmas break and we will all be making sure that there is a festive feel to the school next week. Wednesday is the school Christmas Lunch and children can come in their Christmas Jumpers and this always proves to be a memorable day. There will be a series of events for parents in school. We do ask that parents wear a mask when in the school and take a LFT test prior to entering the building. have a nice weekend.

Mr Litchfield

 

 

Stars of the Week

Reception     Evie

Year 1           Freddie F and Meadow

Year 2           Henry and James

Year 3           Tyler and Leo

Year 4          Whole Class and Gracie

Year 5E         Oliver K and James

Year 5/6G      Isabelle

Year 5/6T       Bella and Erin

 

THE CHRISTMAS RAFFLE

THE CHRISTMAS RAFFLE

TICKETS £2.50 FOR A STRIP OF 5

PRIZES INCLUDE:

30 minute riding lesson at The Nedge Farm Riding Centre

The Malthouse IronbridgeAny two starters & any two main coursesThe Swan Smokehouse IronbridgeAny two starters & any two main coursesThe Smokey Cow Beckbury (Shifnal)Any two starters & any two main courses

£20 Amazon Voucher

I litre bottle of Baileys

Bottle of Archers

Several bottles of wine

Stationary Set

Bath Gift sets

And more………….

Tickets available from the school office or buy tickets through Parentmail

Friends and family are welcome to buy tickets

Wenlock Lightning Netball Club

Friday 10th December will be the final netball club training session before Christmas.We will start again on Friday 7th Jan 2022.

The Vinted clothes Sale has raised £1088.69

Thank you for all your support with your clothes donations that have been sold on Vinted and in the pop up shops.  £1088.69 has been raised since April.

The shop is now having a seasonal closure and may restart in the spring. A fantastic way to recycle and raise money.