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Infant - Weekly Email - Friday 27th January

Dear Parent,

School Amazon Wish List
Mrs Court would like to say a HUGE thank you to all the parents who have purchased books and equipment from our Amazon wish list. If you would like to buy things for the school please see the link below.
Phonics and Reading Presentation
Mrs Haynes and Mrs Court will be hosting this event on Monday 30th January from 5.30 pm until 6.30 pm. To date we have not had much interest. If you would like to attend please let the office know by 10 am Monday. If there is not sufficient interest this will be cancelled.
Updated Allergen Sheet-Week 5
Our hub kitchen have had a supplier product change. The new vegan meatballs have different allergens. The new allergen sheet has been added to our website.
SEN flow chart of our whole school approach
Mrs Bannister has created a flow chart for parents to explain our school’s Special Education Needs (SEN) graduated process at CSG. 
Please find it attached to this email. It has also been added to the SEN section of the school website. 
If you have any questions about it or specific questions about your child, please contact Mrs Bannister via the school office or the contact form on the SEN section of our website.  
Please remember to park considerately at school drop off and pick up times and to not obstruct the flow of traffic or the drives of the residents in School Lane.  
Arts Week
We are in need of clean circular plastic lids in any colour. Please can you send in any you have by February half term. Thank you.
A four-week course for parents and carers with children age 5 -16 helping to deal with everyday anger that all families experience 
Monday mornings (9.30am - 12 noon) OR Monday evenings (7.30pm - 10.00pm) starting on 27 February
(27 Feb, 6, 13 & 20 March) 
at The Saint James Centre, Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross, SL9 7DJ 
Cost £20 (Includes course materials and refreshments) 
To book a place or for more information visit 
Why come on the course?
Learn strategies and discover practical tools to help respond to those challenging situations. 
Understand why and how both we and our children get angry. 
Discuss evidence-based theory and strategies, delivered by trained and licensed facilitators. 
Learn in small interactive groups in a relaxed setting. 

The course is developed by Care for the Family and is delivered by fully trained volunteers.  If you require any further information or a bursary, please call Stuart on 01895 236498.  

Handling Anger in the Family Course – Thank you! Clear and simple techniques to help loved ones’ 

‘This course is very well run and tackles a difficult subject in a very good way, imparting useful tools and strategies to help diffuse difficult situations’ 

The week ahead:


Monday 30th January

  • Phonics and Reading Presentation 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm
  • Gymnastics (lunch time for Year 1)
  • PFO Football (after school for Reception, Years 1 and 2)


Tuesday 31st January


Wednesday 1st February

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


Thursday 2nd February

  • Gymnastics (lunch time for Years 1 and 2)


Friday 3rd February

  • Years 1& 2 Friday morning reading 8.45 am
  • Reception Friday afternoon reading 3.05 pm
  • Tennis (lunch time for Year 1)

Future Dates


Friday 10th February: School closes for half term at 3.15 pm
Monday 20th February: School reopens at 8.45 am
Monday 27th February: Parents Evening 15.30-18.00
Tuesday 28th February: Reception trip to Bekonscot-more detail to follow
Thursday 2nd March: World Book Day
Wednesday 8th March: Reception Height & Weight Screening-more detail to follow
Thursday 9th March: Parents Evening 17.30-20.00
Friday 24th March: Year 2 trip to Woburn Safari Park - TBC
Thursday 30th March: Easter Service in Village Church 9am - 10am
Friday 31st March: School closes for Easter at 2pm
Monday 17th April: School opens for Summer term at 8.45am
Thursday 13th July: Flower Festival in Village Church 9am - 10am