Discos

June 15, 2018

KS1 Disco – Thurs 5th July

The KS1 disco will be held on Thursday 5th July from 3.30-5pm and will be open for children in Nursery to Year 2. The cost will be £5 per child and bookings must be made in advance. Invitations and booking forms will be sent out in book bags next week – please can they be returned by Monday 2nd July. (For planning and food preparation purposes no walk ins / late bookings will be allowed.)

KS2 Disco – Fri 13th July

The KS2 disco will be held on Friday 13th July from 6.30-8pm and will be open for children in Year 3 to Year 6. Tickets will be on sale after school on Friday 13th July for £1.50 per person, or you can buy your ticket on the door for £2. Bundle tickets will still be available (so that you can pre-pay for certain items so younger children don’t need to carry cash). The usual tattoos, glow bangles, nail painting, refreshments, etc. will be on sale at the event.

Only parents who have agreed to help at the discos are allowed to stay. We are looking for a small number of helpers at both the KS1 and KS2 discos – places will be filled on a first come first served basis. Please email leaschoolpta@hotmail.co.uk if you are able to help.

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New School Website

June 15, 2018

We are pleased to announce that our new look school website is now up and running. We hope that you will find it easy to navigate with all up-to-date information about our school at your fingertips! Do take a few minutes to familiarise yourselves with the new look using the usual address, http://lea-pri.herts.sch.uk/. Any feedback would be welcome.

A huge thank you to Mr Swinson who has been maintaining and updating our school website for a number of years!


Eid

June 15, 2018

For those pupils and their families who are celebrating Eid, I would like to wish you all an enjoyable time during this festival, marking the end of Ramadan.


Online Safety Workshops

June 14, 2018

James Edwards from Perform came into school on Wednesday to give online safety workshops to Year 1, 2 and 3. He gave an impressive performance as a superhero fighting the ‘internet baddies’! While distracting his audience, he made a quick change to become a totally different character – this helped the children to understand that people on the internet may not always be who they say they are. Everyone was totally captivated – a fabulous way to deliver the important message of staying safe on the internet to our younger children.

His colleague, Hannah Conway, is holding interactive workshops this morning to deliver the same message to Year 4, 5 and 6 by carrying out various role plays and scenarios for the pupils to take part in.

Thank you to Mrs Carberry who organised these workshops.


Sports Day

June 13, 2018

Our school sports day will be taking place on Thursday 28th June from 9.30am. All parents and carers are invited to come along. Pupils are asked to wear a t-shirt in their team colour if possible. If you don’t have a t-shirt in the required colour and are unable to borrow one, then perhaps a pair of socks, hair band etc.

A reminder of team colours is listed below:

Sapphire – blue
Emerald – green
Topaz – yellow
Ruby – red


New Reception Parents Meeting

June 13, 2018

We held our new Reception parents meeting today for parents of children starting school in September 2018. We have quite a number of younger siblings starting so the numbers attending was slightly down on last year. However, Miss Brewer and I were pleased to meet and talk to the new families who will be joining our school community soon.


Summer Fair – Raffle Tickets

June 13, 2018
A reminder that raffle tickets for the summer fair need to be returned by Friday – great prizes up for grabs incl. top prize of Kindle Fire tablet from Omni Home Design Ltd! Please support our lovely prize sponsors and advertisers in return.  (Additional tickets can be bought at the fair next Friday.)