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Infant - Weekly Email - Friday 10th June

Dear Parent/Carer,

It has been lovely to see everyone back at school after the half term holiday. Reception had a great day at Whipsnade Safari Park today having been blessed with beautiful weather. Thank you to all the parents who helped out. Thank you also to Ava's dad for clearing the forest school area ready for the upcoming development.
Lost Property Box
Our lost property box will be in the playground at pick up today. There are quite a few unnamed items in there! Please feel free to come in and have a look through it.
Mrs Peal
We shall be holding some events this term to mark Mrs Peal's time as our Headteacher before she leaves at the end of this term. If any parents would like to contribute towards a gift or to send in a card or a message please can these be sent into the school office by Monday 27th June. Please can envelopes be marked Mrs Peal Leaving.

Nursery Stay and Play

Nursery Stay and Play will be every Tuesday and Thursday from the 14th June between 9am and 10am for current Nursery children. 

The Stay and Play list is now up for parents to sign up for a date. Due to limitations on spaces please note that there will only be one visit date available per family.


School Lunches on Trip Days

If your child is going on a school trip and you are supplying a packed lunch, please ensure you cancel any ordered hot school meal on ParentMail for that day.


Nursery Nurse Vacancy

This is an exciting opportunity for a Level 3 practitioner /Nursery Nurse with a passion for Early Years education to join our dedicated and supportive EYFS team. Further details can be found here.


Dangerous Roads

Buckinghamshire Council are inviting residents to mark on an online map any roads that are not safe for children. If you click on the map, you can pin a road and input information to explain what the problem is. You may wish to highlight narrow pavements, speeding traffic or parking issues that make your journey to and from school dangerous. 
You can access the map here


Accident-Free in CSG

Infant School

We have received the following message from a local resident:

I have noticed on my daily walks down to the village the number of cars illegally parked on the double yellow lines along Silver Hill. 


Cars coming down Bottrells Lane cannot see the oncoming traffic and vice versa. I have seen for myself on two separate occasions, cars braking sharply and just avoided a head on collision.

I am not too sure what can be done – yes I could inform the traffic officer and they would all be issued with a penalty notice but I am reluctant to take that course of action.


However I think to be fair to residents, dog walkers and others who use the road those parking need to be less selfish.


I would be grateful if you could bring it to the attention of parents that it is illegal to park on double yellow lines unless they hold a blue badge.

The lines have been put there as it is hazardous to park there.


We know we have mentioned before, but please really do think about your speed when driving around the village. Some of the footpaths are ever so narrow. 
As always, we are concerned about people driving up School Lane as there is no footpath. 
Please park and stride with your children
- it’s much safer all round. 


Local Campaign

Chalfont St Giles Parish Council is supporting a campaign by local residents for a new bus service to Little Chalfont and Chalfont and Latimer Station.

We are working with Buckinghamshire Council and with Carousel and would like to gauge support for this initiative.

Please complete our short survey using the link below and encourage other members of your household to do the same.  

This survey will also be available in paper format in Chalfont St Giles Community Library.

Please note that the survey closes on 24th June.  Thank you 

Use this link or the QR code to access the survey:


Bucks County Show-Thursday 1st September 2022

Please see the message below from The Bucks County Show:


The Bucks County Show, which is one of the biggest one day agricultural shows in the Country, will be held at Weedon Park, three miles north of Aylesbury on Thursday 1st September 2022.


The main attractions this year will be The Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motorcycle Display Team, Military Band, The Sheep Show, Vintage Tractors, Countryside Area and much more. This is a fantastic fun and educational day out for all the family.


This year we are offering up to 3 FREE Child tickets (up to the age of 16) with a full paying Adult or Over 65 ticket when purchased online.  To take advantage of this offer please click the link below and follow the instructions.  This offer ends at midnight on 31st August 2022.


Please add the required tickets to your basket

Click ‘Checkout’

Enter SCHOOL22 into the promotion code box and click redeem and continue with your purchase.


The week ahead:


Monday 13th June

  • Gymnastics (lunch time for Reception and Year 1)
  • PFO Football (after school for Reception, Years 1 and 2)


Tuesday 14th June


Wednesday 15th June

  • Tennis (lunch time for Year 2)
  • French (after school for Reception, Years 1 and 2)


Thursday 16th June

  • Gymnastics (lunch time for Years 1 and 2)


Friday 17th June

  • Family day
  • Year 2 outdoor learning workshop. Children to bring in a coat and old trainers/boots.
  • Friday reading - Years 1 and 2 08.45 am, Reception 3.00 pm
  • Tennis (lunch time for Year 1)

Future Dates       


Monday 20th - Friday 24th June - Year 2/3 Transition Week

Friday 24th June - 9.00 am Sapphire class assembly

Wednesday 22nd June - Year 1 trip to Ruislip Lido

Friday 1st July - Sports Day

Friday 8th July - Pearl Class assembly

Friday 8th July -Dress down Friday - Children can come to school in their own clothes. 

Tuesday 12th July - 9.15 am  Year 2 Leavers assembly

Thursday 14th July - Flower Festival in Village Church 9 am

Wednesday 20th July - Last day of term, school finishes at 2 pm


Every Tuesday and Thursday starting on the 14th June from 9am - 10am. - NURSERY STAY AND PLAY.