21st September 2012

Football Tournament Near Miss

On Wednesday our boy’s football team played in a football tournament at Brighton College. They played exceptionally well and we are very proud of their performance. They came very close to winning the tournament as they reached and played in the final.  

Our girl’s football team are playing in their tournament today at Brighton College. Good luck girls.

Albion Players Visiting Next Week

Andrea Orlandi our first team link player and he will be visiting us next Thursday afternoon. Andrea will bring with him another 2 players from the Development squad and they are: Theo Jones and Courtney Richards. We are very excited about the visit and can’t wait to meet our new players. We have an Albion board in the corridor leading to the main playground where we display information on our players and other Albion information. There are lots of exciting opportunities coming our way so keep an eye on the board.

Albion Launch Shirt Amnesty.

The club has launched a shirt amnesty which will give supporters the opportunity to purchase a half price under 10s Albion replica shirt. Fans can hand over to the club old football shirts, regardless of size, age or club they represent and in return will be offered 50% off a new under 10s Albion shirt. The old shirts collected by the club will be donated to Albion in the Community’s charity shop Sports Dreams or sent around the world to underprivileged players involved in AITC’s global projects. Take your old shirts to the Seagulls Superstore located at the Amex stadium or to the Seagulls store in Queens’s road between Saturday 15th September and Saturday 17th November excluding match days.

School Dinner News

All next week children will have the chance to win funky pencils when they buy a school dinner. On Thursday 27th September the school kitchen is running a themed menu to raise money for the Mary’s Meals charity. 10p from every meal purchased will go to this charity. 

Family SEAL

We are very pleased to announce that this term we will be offering parents and carers another opportunity to take part in the Family SEAL programme. The programme is designed to create links between home and school and its aims are to support children in developing their social and emotional skills. The course runs over 6 weeks, takes place in school on Tuesdays and is led by our learning mentors: Tim Owers and Alan Meadows.  An introductory session for interested parents and carers is being held on Tuesday 2nd October. We ran a course last year which was very successful so I do hope you will come along and find out more.

Sickness and Time to Recover

We are now in the season of sickness so I thought it an opportune time to remind everyone of the following. If your child is sick and has an upset tummy please keep them off school for 24 hours from the last episode of vomiting. This helps avoid the spreading of infection and also allows the child time to fully recover.

Come and Meet Your Child’s Teacher

Reception parents and carers are invited to come along for a short meeting with your class teacher and TA on Monday 24th September at 9.10.

Parent and Carer Consultation Evenings

Parent and Carer Consultation take place on Wednesday 17th October and Thursday 18th October. You will receive more details and information nearer the time.

On-Time Teds

This week’s Key Stage 1 winners are Year 2 with 2 late marks and in Key Stage 2 the winners are Year 3 with 0 late mark each. Well done to both classes for being so very punctual.

Half Term Break

We finish for the half term break on Friday 26th October and children return to school on Tuesday 6th November.

We are also closed on 15th  November as we are being used as a polling station  for the Police Commissioner elections.

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