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June Newsletter

Monday, June 18th, 2018

We are into our final half term of the school year, and we are looking forward to several school trips, sports day and other sporting activities. We are also saying goodbye to several members of staff, and we wish them all the very best for the future!

Mr Eaton

COMING SOON….
26/05/18 Champions League Final
11/06/18 Return to school
11/06/18 Tri-golf Y3/4 Poolfoot 1pm
12/06/18 Y5/6 Cricket—Norcross 1-4pm
13/06/18 Y5/6 Hockey– Poolfoot 1pm
14/06/18 Y3/4 Tennis at Moorland 9am-12pm
14/06/18 Sports Day at Poolfoot Farm 1pm
18/6/18 – 20/6/18 Year 6 Borwick visit
21/06/18 Girls’ Cricket– Norcross 1-4pm
22/06/18 Non-uniform day
22/06/18 Year 1 Assembly 9.05am
25/06/18 Y4/5 Cricket at Norcross 11am
25/06/18 Girls’ football league starts 4pm P/F
26/06/18 KS2 trip tp Martin Mere, leave 8.30am
27/06/18 KS1 trip to Manchester Airport
28/06/18 Summer Fair 2.30pm
29/06/18 Race4Life
04/07/18 Athletics at Northfold 4pm
06/07/18 Reception Assembly 9.05am
20/07/18 Leavers’ Assembly 9.05am

SUMMER EVENTS
Listed above our the key dates coming up, including Sports Day and Race4life . These dates also represent an opportunity for parents to get involved, with the adults race at sports day and the whole school participation in our third Race4life, for Cancer Research.

TAG RUGBY
Congratulations to our tag rugby teams for producing some scintillating rugby at the Wyre Tag Rugby tournament. Team 2 came third overall, and Team 1 won every game to win the tournament, our third tournament win out of the last four, losing just one match in two years!

CHESS
Congratulations to Harry Clarke, Taylor McCarron and Trayden Jarrett for performing so well at the Northwest Megafinal chess competition, and qualifying for the Northern Gigafinal! A special mention to Trayden Jarrett, who finished second overall in the under 11s!

FOOTBALL
Congratulations to our school Football team, for winning the Semi-final in the Elliot Cup at Bloomfield Road against Larkholme. The team unfortunately lost the final to Shakespeare, but this was the first time our school has reached a cup final! They have also qualified for the League Finals at Highbury stadium, playing Chaucer in the Semi-finals. The team qualified by winning all their games in a tournament at Poolfoot, only conceding one goal, and beating Baines, Flakefleet, Shakespeare, St Wulstans, Charles Saer and Northfold.

FRIENDS OF SACRED HEART
We are preparing for the Summer Fair which is now on Thursday 28th June at 2.30pm. This year’s theme is a Hawaiian Beach Party!!!

MRS BOULTON
Mrs Boulton will sadly be leaving us on Friday 22nd June, as she will becoming a Conductor for Northern Rail! We wish her the very best for the future, and thank her for all of her hard work , as she has made a significant contribution to school life, especially with netball and other sports, over the past thirteen years.

BORWICK RESIDENTIAL
Year 6 are going on the annual residential visit to Borwick Hall, on the 18th to 20th June. We thank the staff who are giving up their time to attend the visit, and we hope everyone has a wonderful experience.

GIRLS’ FOOTBALL
Congratulations for the girls’ performances in recent matches and at the Wyre Football tournament, where our teams finished 3rd overall, winning 5 out six games and only conceding one goal, which was in extra time of the semi-final in a narrow defeat to Stanah. Congratulations for your excellent performances and athleticism, and the girls now get the opportunity to take part in the first ever schools league for girls’ football after half term. Well done to Phoebe, Grace, Bethany, Dakota, Natalia, Isabella, Elliotte, Sophie and Emily.

YEAR 6 SATs
Our children and staff in Year 6 have worked very hard, revised studiously and done their best in the recent tests, and we hope the hard work has paid off for them. The children have learnt how to revise, which is a skill they will need in future education!

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
Congratulations to all of the Holy Communicants for committing their time in preparation for taking the Sacrament. The service was a wonderful occasion, and the children read brilliantly!

BREAKFAST AND AFTER SCHOOL CLUB
If you need childcare before or after school, please see the school office, or ring Mrs Porter direct on 07538924508. We have extended opening until 6pm. The cost of the morning session is £2.75 and the after school session is £5.50.

The Breakfast Club is open from 7.30am until school time, and children receive food and drinks at both the breakfast and after school clubs.

ABSENCES AND APPOINTMENTS
In addition to no longer being allowed to authorise holiday absences, we are now expected to see evidence of appointments, if your child requires a medical appointment during school time. Please contact school before 9.30 a.m. if your child is absent, otherwise the absence could be deemed unauthorised.

REMINDERS
Articles of jewellery are not allowed in school, as they could cause injury to the wearer or another person. Earrings have been a constant source of argument and injury in the past. The Local Authority bans them for P.E. and swimming. The Governors of this school have ruled that no jewellery, other than a wrist watch, can be worn in school. Shoes must be worn as standard uniform. Nail varnish is also not be worn by children.

LOST PROPERTY
Please can all property and clothing belonging to your children have their names written or sewn in.

HAIR
Please use plain hair bands and clips for children’s hair. Fashion bows or headbands are not part of our school uniform. Please can long hair be tied back.

At Sacred Heart, Mohican hairstyles and shaved patterns into hair are not acceptable.

MEDICINES
Please make sure that the medicines permission form has been completed if your child needs prescribed medicine in school. If you need a form (for prescribed medicines only), please contact the school office or see Mrs. Bowden

ADMISSIONS FOR FUTURE YEARS
If you would like to add your child to the admissions list, please see me or Mrs Bird. If you have a sibling of a child currently at Sacred Heart, it is still worth registering with us. We also hold registers of interest for 2019 and 2020.

Y5/6 NETBALL
Well done to our children competing in the Wyre finals for the school, they competed against the other local winning netball teams at Blackpool Sports Centre.

SCHOOL CAR PARK
Please could all parents refrain from using the school car park at all times. This includes when collecting children from clubs that finish at 4.30pm, as we do not have the space for all cars, and to protect the safety of parents and children.

SCHOOL MEALS
We are continuing to retain our school meal price at £1.65 per meal, which we will continue to keep for the foreseeable future, still the lowest of all the local schools. School requires two weeks notice if you change from school dinner to packed lunch or vice versa.

SPORTING COMPETITIONS
We are competing in several upcoming tournaments, including several football matches, girls’ football matches, hockey, tennis, rounders, athletics, cricket and tri-golf competitions.

SCHOOL CLUBS
Thank you to all the staff who have given up their time to start clubs for the children already this term.

Dance for infants (Mrs Rae) Mon 3.30-4.15pm
Change4life: Fri 3.30pm—4.30pm
Athletics (Wed 3.30pm-5pm Y4-6)
Wake up Shake Up (Mon/Wed/ Fri before school)
Football Y4/5/6 (Mon)
Homework Club Thursday 3.30-4.30pm
Girls Football: Fri lunch, Running Club: Tue 8.20am, Friday 12.10pm
Tag Rugby 12.40pm most lunch times
Choir: KS2 Thur 8.20am (Mrs Bowden), Chess Tue 3.30-4.30pm
Netball Y5/6 Thur 3.30-4.30pm
Fitness Bootcamp: Tue 3.30-4.30pm
Running: Tue 8.20am, lunch times

There will be other running opportunities in school time.

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April Newsletter

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

The children are starting to benefit from the warmer weather with more activities outdoors, particularly using our extensive grounds for science, PE and art activities. We have lots of sporting activities next term, and several competitions to participate in. Thank you to our staff for their hard work with this term’s extra activities.

We hope everyone enjoys the Easter holidays, and we return on Monday 16th April.

Mr Eaton

COMING SOON….
28/03/18 Journey to the Cross
28/03/18 Easter Chocolate Bingo 6pm
29/03/18 Close for Easter 1.30pm
09/04/18 Inauguration of the New Bishop of Lancaster, Lancaster Cathedral
16/04/18 Return to school
19/04/18 Wyre Cricket Finals B/P Sports Centre
24/04/18 Meet the Governors 3pm in school
25/04/18 High 5 Netball Tournament 1pm
27/04/18 Year 5 Assembly 9.05am
04/05/18 Year 4 Assembly 9.05am
04/05/18 Y3/4 Girls Football Poolfoot Farm 1pm
11/05/18 Year 3 Assembly 9.05am
14/05/18 Year 6 SATs Week
17/05/18 Wyre Netball Finals B/P sports centre
20/05/18 First Holy Communion Mass 10am
25/05/18 Year 2 Assembly 9.05am
14/06/18 Sports Day at Poolfoot Farm 1pm
22/06/18 Year 1 Assembly 9.05am
06/07/18 Reception Assembly 9.05am

LAST CHOIR STANDING
Well done to our School Choir who performed at the Marine Hall in the annual Last Choir Standing competition. The children were exemplary with their performance and conduct, and they held their nerve to perform in front of so many people. Congratulations to Mrs Bowden and the choir!

DISTRICT CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPION!
Congratulations to Trayden Jarrett, who won the schools’ cross country race at Stanah. Our boys team won the team event, and our overall team came second, missing out on first place by 1 point! Congratulations to Grace Oates for coming 2nd in the girls’ competition. Well done to our team: Grace, Trayden, Dominic Birch, Reece Hughes, Mia Bradley and Bethany Hutchinson.

LANCASHIRE ATHLETICS TEAM
Congratulations to Dominic Birch, Grace Oates and Jonathan Fielding for representing Lancashire at the Regional Games in Sportcity. They produced excellent performances, and we are proud of their achievements.

NETBALL
Congratulations to our school Netball team, for winning the District netball league. This is the fifth time in six years that we achieved this feat! Well done to Isabella Urmston, Mia Bradley, Kristen Beswick, Taylor McCarron, Jonathan Fielding, Elliotte Wheeldon and Reece Hughes.

FINISH FOR EASTER
Just to remind everyone, we finish for Easter on Thursday 29th March at 1.30pm, and re-open on Monday 16th April.

FRIENDS OF SACRED HEART
We have recently donated money to fund costumes and props for The Lion King and the Music Festival, and contributed to paying for the Panto trip and coaches, and paid for new line markings on the playgrounds. We have had the Mother’s Day event on 9th March, and the Easter Chocolate Bingo will take place on Wednesday 28th March at 6pm in school.

BLACKPOOL MUSIC FESTIVAL
Thank you to Mrs Rae for all her hard work, with support from Mrs Boulton and several parents, for the extremely successful performance at the Opera House. We have lots of wonderful feedback regarding how well the children performed, and the audience clearly loved their performance. Congratulations!

THE LION KING!
On behalf of all the staff involved with The Lion King production, we would like to congratulate all the children involved in the fantastic performances. The children have utterly excelled, with superb acting, singing and dancing, particularly with all the songs and dances they learned.

Thank you to all of the adults and staff who have supported the children. Their dedication and commitment is mirrored in the efforts of the children, who have thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful experience. Thank you especially to Abbie Heatley and Emily Urmston, former pupils and current Cardinal Allen students, for their incredible contributions in preparing the children for the performances.

QUIZZES
Congratulations to both our Quiz teams for finishing fourth at the Top of the Wyre Quiz, and winning the Fleetwood High School Science Quiz, for the first ever time!

Well done to: Dominic Birch, Matthew Avis, Scarlett Tushingham, Leona Donnelly and Kristen Beswick.

WYRE INDOOR CRICKET FINALS
Our cricket team will be playing in the Wyre cricket finals on Thursday 19th April at Blackpool Sports Centre. This is the first time we have qualified for any Wyre finals, so good luck to the team!

ICE SKATING
Congratulations to Scarlett Tushingham for her incredible performances in ice skating, culminating in become the Northwest Ice Skating Champion for 2018. Scarlett displays incredible strength, poise, balance and stamina in her performances. Well done Scarlett!

BREAKFAST AND AFTER SCHOOL CLUB
If you need childcare before or after school, please see the school office, or ring Mrs Porter direct on 07538924508. We have extended opening until 6pm. The cost of the morning session is £2.75 and the after school session is £5.50.

The Breakfast Club is open from 7.30am until school time, and children receive food and drinks at both the breakfast and after school clubs.

ABSENCES AND APPOINTMENTS
In addition to no longer being allowed to authorise holiday absences, we are now expected to see evidence of appointments, if your child requires a medical appointment during school time. Please contact school before 9.30 a.m. if your child is absent, otherwise the absence could be deemed unauthorised.

REMINDERS
Articles of jewellery are not allowed in school, as they could cause injury to the wearer or another person. Earrings have been a constant source of argument and injury in the past. The Local Authority bans them for P.E. and swimming. The Governors of this school have ruled that no jewellery, other than a wrist watch, can be worn in school. Shoes must be worn as standard uniform. Nail varnish is also not to be worn by children.

LOST PROPERTY
Please can all property and clothing belonging to your children have their names written or sewn in.

HAIR
Please use plain hair bands and clips for children’s hair. Fashion bows or headbands are not part of our school uniform. Please can long hair be tied back.
At Sacred Heart, Mohican hairstyles and shaved patterns into hair are not acceptable.

MEDICINES
Please make sure that the medicines permission form has been completed if your child needs prescribed medicine in school. If you need a form (for prescribed medicines only), please contact the school office or see Mrs. Bowden

ADMISSIONS FOR FUTURE YEARS
If you would like to add your child to the admissions list, please see me or Mrs Fairclough. If you have a sibling of a child currently at Sacred Heart, it is still worth registering with us. We also hold registers of interest for 2018 and 2019.

Y3/4 FOOTBALL
Well done to our children competing in their first football event for the school, they competed against the other local schools, and enjoyed the competition!

SCHOOL CAR PARK
Please could all parents refrain from using the school car park at all times. This includes when collecting children from clubs that finish at 4.30pm, as we do not have the space for all cars, and to protect the safety of parents and children.

SCHOOL MEALS
We are continuing to retain our school meal price at £1.65 per meal, which we will continue to keep for the foreseeable future, still the lowest of all the local schools. School requires two weeks notice if you change from school dinner to packed lunch or vice versa.

MOTHER’S DAY EVENT
Thank you to everyone for supporting the Mother’s Day event and sending in presents and money, and to the Catholic Women’s League and Friends of Sacred Heart for wrapping the gifts.

SPORTING COMPETITIONS
We are competing in several upcoming tournaments, including Orienteering, Y3/4 Gymnastics, several football matches, girls’ football matches, a Hockey competition, the Wyre netball tournament and the Wyre Netball finals at Blackpool sports centre.

SCHOOL CLUBS
Thank you to all the staff who have given up their time to start clubs for the children already this term.

Dance for infants (Mrs Rae) Mon 3.30-4.15pm
Change4life: Fri 3.30pm—4.30pm
Athletics (Wed 3.30pm-4.30pm Y4-6)
Wake up Shake Up (Mon/Wed/ Fri before school)
Football Y4/5/6 (Mon)
Homework Club Thursday 3.30-4.30pm
Girls Football: Fri lunch, Running Club: Tue 8.20am, Friday 12.10pm
Tag Rugby 12.40pm most lunch times
Choir: KS2 Thur 8.20am (Mrs Bowden), Chess Tue 3.30-4.30pm
Netball Y5/6 Thur 3.30-4.30pm
Fitness Bootcamp: Tue 3.30-4.30pm
Running: Tue 8.20am, lunchtimes

There will be other running opportunities in school time.

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