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Infant - Weekly Email - Friday 24th May

Dear Parents/Carers,
We have reached the end of another half term and are looking forward to sunny weather and lots of exciting activities in the coming weeks. We would like to wish everyone a lovely break.
The Junior School PTA held a colour run last weekend to raise funds for the school. Everyone was very pleased to see Mr Haywood and Mrs Stainbank participate!
Staff Change
Today we sadly say goodbye to Mrs Allison. Mrs Allison has worked at Chalfont St Giles Village School for nearly 18 years in a number of different roles but for most of her time her she has been involved in school finance. She has always worked hard to make sure the school is run as efficiently as possible and ensured we have been able to resource things for the children as well.  I am sure you will join us in wishing her good luck as she starts her new role in the independent sector, and thank her for all of her hard work and dedication to the school over so many years. We will all miss her greatly! I am pleased to announce we have recruited Mrs Chawhan as our new bursar. She joins from a local school and will start with us in August. 
Sapphire Class Assembly
Well done to Sapphire Class for their wonderful assembly this morning which was all about The Hungry Caterpillar.  We could hear every word in the re-telling of the story and the audience loved the enthusiastic singing!
It is fantastic to see the children logging onto Mathseeds this week and completing so many lessons!  The class who completed the most lessons on Mathseeds is Sapphire class, with Pearl in second place - well done to you all! The children who have completed the most lessons this week are:
Pearl: Ella and Ruben
Sapphire: Toby and George
Emerald: Valentino and Abigail
Ruby: Lucy and Henry
Amethyst: Noah and Ciara
Diamond: Frankie and Dylan
Maths Story Books
We would like to continue with a maths focused story time once a week to help children embed key skills through stories. We started this last year and it has been working brilliantly but would now like to build up some more books if possible. If you would like to help the school and donate a book, please click on the link below and then hand the books into the office for the attention of Mrs Ketley:Thank you!
Please do not park in the Memorial Hall car parks when dropping off/picking up, these are for staff only.
CSG Open Gardens
Please see attached flyer.
Community & Cultural Events
Please see here for detail of events coming up in the community.
The week ahead:
Monday 3rd June


Tuesday 4th June
  • School opens at 08.45


Wednesday 5th June

  • Year 1 sports event
  • Tennis - lunchtime - Years 1 and 2


Thursday 6th June

  • PFO Football - after school - Reception, Year 1 and Year 2


Friday 7th June

  • Family Day 9 am - 11 am
  • Friday reading 15.00 - 15.15 - Reception
Saturday 8th June
  • Strawberry Fayre - Shakman Field - 11.30 - 15.30


Future Dates- new dates are in bold


Tuesday 11th June: Class photographs
Friday 14th June: Pearl class assembly 9 am - parents invited to watch - DATE CHANGE
Monday 17th - Friday 21st June: Year 2/3 Transition week
Thursday 20th June: Nursery assembly 11.15 am - parents invited to watch
Friday 21st June: Emerald class assembly 9 am - parents invited to watch
Monday 24th June - Friday 28th June - Sports Week
Friday 28th June: Sports Day from 10 am - parents invited, more detail to follow
Tuesday 2nd July: County Transition Day
Thursday 4th July - Memorial Hall to be used as polling station - No hot meals
Friday 5th July: Ruby class assembly 9 am - parents invited to watch
Wednesday 10th July: Year 1 Ruislip Lido trip - more detail to follow
Friday 12th July: YEAR 2 ONLY-Junior School PTA Summer Party (information on Classlist)
Tuesday 16th July: Year 2 Leavers Production - parents invited to watch
Wednesday 17th July: Flower Festival in Village Church - parents invited to attend
Thursday 18th July: Reception trip to College Lake - more detail to follow
Tuesday 23rd July: School closes for Summer at 2 pm