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Reminder – Our Lady of Peace is closed for an INSET day tomorrow meaning the interconnecting gate will not be open. Many thanks!
Please note Our Lady of Peace have an INSET day next Friday (4th March). This means that the interconnecting gate will be closed all day.
Priory Choir are excited to be taking part in the National Festival of Music for Youth on the morning of Sunday 6th March, at Watford School of Music. Here is a link to a short video showing what it is all about!
Last week on Thursday 18th Feb KS1 and KS2 went to Beechwood School for the gymnastics competition. There were numerous schools performing. We practiced for three weeks to learn and remember the exercises. It was nerve wracking at first but then we go used to it. Sadly, the day had to come to an end and we traveled back safely to Priory.
By Brooke and Alisha – Year 5
At the gymnastics competition, we had to do body management, which involved skipping, press ups, tucks and splits. We were all very nervous before our turns but we tried our hardest for Priory School. In the floor exercise, we had to do things such as forward rolls, side cartwheels, backward rolls and half jump turns. The vault was the final exercise. Mr Molland thought we did a great job representing Priory.
By Marley-Rose – Year 3
My favorite thing I did was when we did the floor exercise because it was a lot of fun
By Emilia – Year 2
I really enjoyed going to Beechwood because we did lots of exciting activities and everyone else had an amazing time too.
By Alexander – Year 2
I liked it when I walked on the bench. It was fun.
By Amy – Year 2
Station Road will be opening northbound as of Thursday 25th February! Please see attached leaflet from SBC for more information. Slough have released the following: “We are seeking user feedback on the next stage of the scheme – a new user survey will be in place and feedback is welcomed from road users via the survey (which will be accessible via this webpage: http://www.slough.gov.uk/parking-travel-and-roads/burnham-station-traffic-scheme.aspx ) or via email (to TfS@slough.gov.uk) – from 25th February when the second phase of the scheme opens. The experimental scheme is likely to be in place for 3 – 6 months when a decision will then be taken on a permanent scheme for the area, which will be subject to statutory public consultation procedures. ”
KS1 will be partaking in their Safer Internet Day Assembly today, we hope they are looking forward to it!
As a parent/carer, please take a look at this presentation on what you can do with your children at home to help keep them safe online.
We thank you for your ongoing support.