Dear Parents and Carers,
I hope that you have had a lovely break over the Easter holidays and were able to enjoy some of the fabulous weather.
I’m looking forward to being able to do as much learning as possible outside over the coming term.
Our next topic is ‘Around the World in a Story’, we will sharing traditional tales, myths and legends from around the
world. We are also looking forward to developing our garden area and hopefully producing something we can eat!
Thank you to everyone that has activated their Tapestry account, I hope you are enjoying seeing some of the fantastic
learning that goes on in school each day. Please do upload any ‘wow’ moments from home, I will be asking for specific
things on the whiteboard in the playground over this next term. Please do see me if you are having any problems
activating your account.
Our PE day is Tuesday and we will be beginning to go outside for this time in preparation for Sports Day later on this
term. Please make sure that your child has a t-shirt, shorts or leggings and suitable footwear in school.
I’ve been so pleased to see all the great reading which the children are doing at home. Please remember to bring book
bags and reading records into school each day. Books are usually changed on Mondays and Fridays but we do listen to
the children as much as we can so having their books available each day is very helpful.
With the warmer weather coming please could you check your child’s jumper is clearly labelled to help us keep track of
everyone’s belongings. Also check that their water bottle is clearly named, sun-cream, which they can easily apply
themselves, can be kept in their bags or a safe cupboard in the classroom.
Could I just make a friendly reminder for the children not to use any of the play equipment at the start or end of the day.
Please do come and see me if you have any concerns or questions.
With best wishes,
St. Paul’s CE (VA) Primary School
Coronation Street, Cambridge, CB2 1HJ
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01223 568840
Headteacher: Mrs Helen Darrell