Friday 24th June 2022
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We’re pleased to announce that Adamsrill Primary School is part of the My School Fund initiative. This innovative scheme allows our parents/staff and school to be able to boost their finances by receiving 2% cash-back and it is COMPLETELY FREE to sign up.
Friends of Adamsrill - Summer Fair Promotional Video
A big thanks to Ellie Norris for putting this fab video togeher.
Friends of Adamsrill - Information and sign up sheet for The Summer Fair - Saturday 2nd July
Volunteer opportunities for "Adamsrill Summer Fair 2022 Sign-Up sheet" are now open.
Please click on the following web link (or copy it into your web browser if clicking doesn't work) to go to the signup sheet:
To sign up, just follow the instructions on the page. It only takes a few seconds to do.
Thank you for volunteering!
It's just *three weeks* to go until the Adamsrill Jubilee Fair.
The success of these events relies wholly on everyone getting involved and helping out where they can.
Here are some things that you can do to help and dates for your diary.
Donate a toy, there will be a toy tombola at the fair this year. Please only donate toys that are in excellent condition, ones that you might give to a good friend. **Donate these by Monday 27th June*
*Hoop a Jar *- a much loved game for all. *Please donate your filled jars by Monday 27th June*. These can be any glass jars filled with small toys, sweets (wrapped only), stickers and stationery. Please remember we are a *Nut Free *school, so absolutely *no nuts* in the jars.
Join the team of creatives that are responsible for making the playgrounds look stunning
*Run a craft stall* - there are two craft stalls that need organising and running on the day: paper crowns and jubilee tea-towels. Get in touch if you think you can help out
*Cakes* - please bake a cake or biscuits for the jubilee themed stall. These can be brought in from *Thursday 30th June.*
Martha and Ellie
Friends of Adamsrill
Year 2 Trip to Shakespeare's Globe - Friday 8th July
Please click here to read information for the Y2 trip to Shakespeare's Globe
Year 6 Stay-at-school during PGL Trip Letter
Please click here to read of plans for the Y6 children staying in school next week.
Request for Parent Volunteers for our library
Please click here to see the letter and dates from Mrs Onye.
Open Evening Visit for Parents - Tuesday 28th June
Please click here to read the letter from Mrs Onye regarding our open evening to visit school work on Tuesday 28th June.
Nursery Trip to Mayow Park - Thursday 30th June
Please click here to read the letter for the Nursery Trip to Mayow Park on Thursday 3oth June.
Dear Nursery parents,
Please send in any washed yogurt pots and bubble wrap you may have for our creative project.
A gentle reminder, please make sure the gate is closed firmly behind you.
The Nursery Team
Reception Summer Concert - Thursday 30th June
Final push to practice the words please parents...thank you
Dear Parents and carers,
Please click here to find the songs ready for Reception's Summer Concert on June 30th. Please could you start learning and practising the songs with your child, we have already started in class.
Sports Day - Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th July
Please click here to read the letter from Miss Campbell with information for KS1 and KS2 Sports Day.
Please also click here to see the map of where sports day will be held.
Please could you forward on the attached map to parents and make it clear that it is NOT in Kent County Cricket club it is in Sydenham High School Sports Ground (which says on google maps it is temporarily closed but it is not).
Summer Holiday Programmes
Please find marketing material offerring summer holiday camps.
We are delighted to announce that performances of our original musical about Climate Change will be going ahead this Sat 25 June. Please can you spread the word, especially to the parents of those children who took part in our design and poetry workshops last year?
Set 50 years in the future, the show tells the story of two tribes at war over limited resources after Climate Change has ravaged the world. Can they learn to work together, build a time machine, and warn their ancestors before it's too late?
Staged in Home Park, behind Sydenham Library, there will be two performances ONLY at 2pm & 3.30pm. There is no advance booking, people can just turn up and 'pay what they can' on the door.
We'd love to see as many students who participated in the workshops, and their parents, attending performances, so please can you mention in your next enewsletter to parents?
I have attached the jpg version of the leaflet, with full details of the event here
We were delighted to be able to collaborate with you on this project, and hope those attending will recognise some of their ideas realised!
producer/director, END OF!