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Strictly St Nics Teaser 05.10.17

Tickets for Strictly St Nics go on sale next week to parents.  To whet your appetites, please click here to see a video of rehearsals in progress!

Year 4 Forest School Blog 1.10.17

Year 4 began learning survival skills this week and related this to their classroom learning about World War ll. They worked in teams to put up tarpaulin shelters, making sure they were secure and waterproof and using the resources they were given. The shelters were fantastic! The children also developed their communication, leadership and teamwork - well done Year 4!  

Mrs McKinnon

Year 2 Newsletter 01.10.17

Please see attached, which gives the information required by Year 2 parents for the term. 

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Download this file (Autumn - Curriculum Info.pdf)Autumn - Curriculum Info.pdf

Autumn Treasures 01.10.17

This weekend we have truly seen autumn come to life. Over the coming weeks why not enjoy an autumn walk, look and talk about the changes in the environment, collect autumn treasures and listen to the crunch of crispy autumn leaves under foot. Reception and nursery children would like to use the autumn treasures to enhance their learning, make observations and ask questions. We would love  some crispy autumn leaves, conkers, pine cones, acorns and any other autumn treasure that you might find along the way, please pass them to any member of staff who will direct them to Nursery and Reception . Thank you for helping us make learning come to life.

Year 1 Parents 28.09.17

Can we ask that children bring an empty 1 or 2 litre plastic water bottle in to school to make their rain guage by Thursday of next week please.  If any families have more than one, please send them in for anyone who may forget! 

Christmas Black Tie Ball Tickets 28.09.17

Tickets for this event are selling fast, please click here to book yours online...don't miss out!

Year 1 newsletter 15.09.17

Please see attached

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Download this file (weather newsletterr for editing amended.pdf)Year 1 newsletter

My Maths 15.09.17

Please see attached parents of Year 1-4 pupils.

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Download this file (mymaths.pdf)mymaths.pdf

After School Club Timetable 12.09.17

Please see attached for your convenience and help in understanding the clubs on offer this term and who and where to pay for them.

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Download this file (After School Club Timetable.doc)After School Club Timetable.doc

Harvest Water Aid Project 2017 11.09.17

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Download this file (water aid.pdf)Water Aid

SCC Parking Information Sept 2017 08.09.17

Parking information for parents

~~8th ~September 2017~~


Parents reminded to park responsibly outside schools

With children back to school for the new term, parents are being urged to put safety first by parking responsibly during drop-off and pick-up times.

The Staffordshire County Council campaign is calling on people to park considerately  and reminding drivers that Civil Enforcement Officers will be visiting roads near schools right across the county.  Any vehicle observed parked on yellow lines or in a restricted area could be issued with a penalty notice, if not observed picking up or dropping off a passenger.

The campaign is also reminding drivers to switch off their engines when parked up, which is good for the environment and people’s health, and helps reduce pollution.

It is hoped that the campaign will also urge parents to consider alternative modes of transport such as walking, cycling, scooting ‘park and stride’ or a walking bus.  These all help to reduce congestion and pollution outside schools which is good for the environment, good for parents pockets,  and helps keep people active.

Animal Agents Library Challenge 07.09.17

Year 4 Parent Newsletter 05.09.17

Please see attached for reference, a paper copy will come home also.

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Download this file (Year 4 Newsletter Autumn.pdf)Year 4 Newsletter Autumn.pdf

Appearances and Organisation 05.09.17

We have had a very busy Summer holiday as well as the 2 training days in school.  You will notice lots of changes when you arrive at school tomorrow.   I will be out on the playground first thing to welcome everybody back and to signpost anyone who is unsure as to where to go to their child's new class.   Please do ask if unsure.   All parents will receive a letter tomorrow evening informing them of developments and some other news items and reminders. 

In spite of best efforts and 7 weeks at it, the various building contractors were still on site last night (and likely to be back in this week) finishing work.  Year 4 and Nursery staff were only able to move into their classrooms at the very last minute, but with everyone pulling together we are delighted to be ready to welcome the children back!

However you may notice some construction type barriers still up on the Reception playground, as well as odd bits of builder type materials or refuse around the site (nothing hazardous or dangerous).  Please accept our apologies for appearances over the next few weeks as finishing touches are completed and the site is restored to former glory.  We are really pleased with the work that has been done and look forward to sharing it with you all soon! We think you will see that it has been worth the wait!

Back to School Information 23.08.17

Just to remind parents that school reopens to children on Wednesday 6th September at 8.45am.   Breakfast Club and Wraparound Care for children who have booked in will be open as normal.   After school clubs (football etc) will not begin until week beginning Monday 11th September.  

Children may return to school in Summer uniform up until October half term if the weather holds up and parents choose to send children in it.   (Please do ensure all new uniform is well labelled with children's names, including coats.)


Also just to remind parents that we will be celebrating Roald Dahl Day on Wednesday 13th September, where children may come to school dressed as their favourite Roald Dahl character.   Please do not spend a lot of money on costumes, homemade is best and could be as simple as the BFGs big ears, or smartly, primly dressed Miss Trunchballs or George and his pot of Marvellous Medicine.



Codsall Christmas Fair Opportunity 23.08.17



We are inviting stall holders to be a part of this year’s Codsall Christmas Fair on Friday 1st December.

This great community event is back this year bigger and better and we are aiming for nearly double the amount of stalls! If you have joined us before, you’ll know what a great event it is.

Last year’s turnout of 3,000 people is expected to be topped this year, making Codsall Christmas Fair the place to be.

Stall Rates:

  • Standard Site: (up to 2.5 x 3m) – £20.
  • Larger Sites: Pro Rata
  • Food Outlets: 15% of day’s takings.

Trading begins at 4 p.m. and will continue until 8 p.m.

Other main attractions include:

  • Santa’s Grotto
  • Fairground Rides
  • Live Music
  • Local Artists
  • Street Entertainers
  • Hot Food & Drinks

To book or stall or for more information please contact Megan Barrow on 07702 310939.

Year 4 Leavers Videos and St Nics Staff Carpool Karaoke Updated Version 2 22.07.17

Please click here (see full link below for any Year 4 parents who wish to copy and keep) to watch videos as promised.  Please do not put the link on Facebook etc.   I hope the children enjoyed their party last night!


A few parents have had issues viewing as the limit for views has been exceeded.   This will reset at midnight again and then allow limited access and then reset and so on.   We will leave the link open for a month or so to allow parents to access over time.  Alternatively Year 4 parents may decide between themselves to download and share with one another on USB sticks etc. 



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