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Please can we all consider how to help to keep our children and families safe around cars, particularly at the end of the school day.
- Slow down on School Lane and in the car park
- Reverse parking in to spaces will mean less cars reversing after families have collected their children
- Not parking in a way that blocks up school lane
- Being considerate of people living in Stoney Meadow and Oakdene Gardens
Several families have approached me recently with concerns – please help and pass these messages on to other family members who collect after school.
Half term is fast approaching! There will be a Valentine’s Cake Sale at 3.20pm on Friday 14th February and then school is closed for the week beginning 17th February and re-opens on Monday 24th February.
We are delighted that we have 63 followers on our school Twitter account. Please download the Twitter App and follow us at @NMundhamSchool. This is a fantastic way to find out about what we are getting up to in school.
We very much enjoyed the performances of ‘A King is Born’ by Class 1 and Class 2 last week. Thank you to them all for their work in music, preparing class dances and rehearsing the play. The children worked together so well and many parents / grandparents have commented how much enjoyment they showed in their performance – we have had some lovely ‘thank you’ cards. Thank you to Mrs Palin and Mrs Harrison and all the TA’s for their work supporting the children.
Year 5 and 6 Girls Football
Well done to the Girls Football Squad that attended the Chichester Football Tournament last week at the University on Thursday 28th of November. It was a close competition and they narrowly missed out by one place to reach the West West Sussex Finals. A fantastic effort by the girls and their behavior was exceptional, even with some controversial referee decisions.
Year 5 and 6 Boys Football
Congratulations to the Boys North Mundham Football Team who competed in the Chichester and Bognor Schools competition on Monday 2nd December. They were undefeated in their quest for qualifying for the Sussex County Finals in Lancing, which will be held on Thursday 12th December 2019. Even with sickness for two key members of the team, the depth of the squad prevailed and they were eventually crowned winners of the competition.
Year 3 and 4 Football
A great result for the Year 3 and 4 girls and boys who competed at the Regis on Monday 9th December 2019. After coming second in the pool stages and winning the Semi Finals they were just beaten narrowly 1-0 in the final.
Key Stage 1 Infant agility festival 10.12.19
Year 5 and 6 Boys County Football Finals 12.12.19
Year 5 and 6 Sports-hall Athletics Competition 13.12.19
Thank you for all of your parental support during these events and for those who have transported the children to and from these competitions. Without your help, the children would not be able to participate in these sports events.
As we come to the end of term, Class 4 invited the staff and Y6 to their Viking Market today. This celebrated their learning this term and they showed us their workbooks and the things they have made etc. Thank you to parents for supporting your child in preparing their market stall.
Our congratulations to Mrs Hornsbury who will be leaving us at the end of term to take up a full-time post in a school in Worthing. Mrs Hornsbury taught Class 1 part-time and has recently been covering our PPA time for teachers (Planning, Preparation and Assessment). We will say good bye and thank you in assembly at the end of term.
We are delighted to be able to tell you that Mrs Skelton will return to North Mundham to take over this role and we are very much looking forward to working with her again.
For the last couple of years, we have organised some special events to help cheer us up in January when the weather is cold and the days are still short. Here are some dates of things to look forward to for the New Year.
Weds 8th January ‘Wicked Wednesday’ Lots of different lessons to choose from – arts, science, drama, modelling etc.
Friday 17th January ‘Promise day’ Did you get a ‘promise’ from the Promise Tree at the Christmas Bazaar? This is the day to use your voucher.
Monday 20th January Planetarium Visit A planetarium will come to school – space shows for everyone!
Friday 24th January Pyjama Day No need to get dressed – feel cosy in your pyjamas or onesies all day!
In January, our Year 5 and Year 6 choir members are taking part in a concert at The Chichester Festival Theatre. Entitled ‘United Voices’ this will combine choirs from schools across the Chichester Locality. Parents with children in the concert are reminded that if they wish to purchase tickets they need to do this as soon as possible as they are selling fast.