Dear Parents and Carers,
I cannot believe I am writing my last newsletter piece! Thank you all for your support over the past six months, I have very much enjoyed being part of Spring Meadows improvement journey and cannot wait to share with Mrs Fielding the progress we have made during this time. Spring Meadow will forever hold a special place in my heart. I would like to thank the staff and governors for their support since September. I would like to say a special thank you to Dawn Page, who has decided now is the right time for her to leave the governing body. Dawn has been a real asset to the school and will very much be missed. We will be welcoming Roger Salmon to the governing body next week as a Co-Opted Governor.
Have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Maria-Anne Higgins
Book Sale Wed 8th Feb Afterschool in the School Hall- Donations Only
NSPCC Numbers Day- Thank you for all the donations, the children looked fantastic in their number outfits. They had a fun number assembly this morning and then continue the number theme in their classrooms.
Head-lice- There have been a few cases of head-lice in school. Please continue to check your child's hair and treat it if necessary.
Safer Schools Newsletter- Please find attached February’s edition of the Cambridgeshire Constabulary Safer Schools Newsletter
The subjects that are covered in this newsletter are as follows:
- Safer Internet Day: encourage your child to share their online experiences
- Play the Cyber Choices Challenge: let your child show off their gaming skills
- Online Banter v’s Online Bullying: help your child understand the difference
- What is love?: help your child to recognise safe relationships
- County Line Awareness – free training course for parents and carers
World Book Day- 2nd March 2023- For World Book Day this year, we would like to recreate Where's Wally as a school. To do this, we would like children to come to school in clothes that are red, white, black and blue.