We wish you a Happy Easter
Dear Parents and Carers
Our newsletter is being published today and will be emailed to you, along with all the information for the extra curricular clubs that will be starting back after Easter in our outside area. Please don't forget to sign up for our Parent/Teacher meetings, starting in the first week back.
Our birdbox is also getting a little visitor to watch, so have a look on the live feed at how their nest building is going!
Thank you to our PTA who have been selling Easter treats over the last two weeks. They will be situated in the car park after school today for the year 1 parents. Every penny really helps fund the treats for the children in school and we are very grateful to all the volunteers who give p their free time to help out.
The Easter bunny has been visiting our school this afternoon and the children all have an Easter treat to take home. Some children even think they saw him (descriptions have been varied, to say the least!).
Well done to all our Year R gardeners this week, who did a smashing job of weeding and planting! I have loved seeing Year 1's amazing recipe books-full of super ideas. Year 2 have also wowed me with their information foldouts of Lord Nelson and his life! What a talented, creative bunch of learners and teachers we have at BWIS!
We had a little bit of good news from Hampshire County Council this week. All the old toilet areas in the older part of the school are being refurbished in the summer break (including Lilypads). We are very excited and cannot wait until September to see the finished areas!
On this note, I will say goodbye and behalf of all the staff say thank you again for your support and understanding of the all the staff in our school during this last term. We have appreciated your hard work in helping your children through the time when school was not open to all, despite the many challenges you faced at home juggling your own work and families. Hopefully our cautious road to recovery will serve us well and we are able to maintain our 'getting back to normal' path.
Best wishes and take care