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  • Parent Survey - October 2014

    date posted: Tuesday 14 Oct 2014
    Please can you spare a few minutes to complete a quick survey? By following the link below, you will be taken to our 10 question survey, hosted by Survey Monkey for Sherrier. 

     

    As part of our Meet the Teacher consultations on Wednesday (15th), we will be offering the opportunity to complete a paper copy of the survey if you prefer not to complete the survey online.

    Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VKFHY36

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  • Tubs for Tablets

    date posted: Sunday 12 Oct 2014

     

    Do you shop at Tesco? Do you use Flora or Stork spread in your household or work? We need you!

    Look out for promotional packs of Flora and Stork containing the Tubs 4 Tablets logo. The offer is exclusive to Tesco. Inside each tub, you will find a coupon which we are asking you to donate to our school.  For every 50 tokens we receive, we are able to claim a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0". There are no limits to the number we are allowed to claim.

     

    Please keep collecting and handing your tokens into school. All claims must be sent in by 30th January 2015. Plenty of time for us to get collecting.

    Thank you so much for your help.

  • Open Afternoon / Meet the Teacher

    date posted: Friday 10 Oct 2014
    During the afternoon (2pm-3pm) on Tuesday 14th October, families of Sherrier children are invited to our Open Afternoon to take a look at what your child has been learning over the past half term. Simply sign in and out of your child's classroom and take a look around Sherrier. Miss Beckett will also be available in the small hall to share a cup of tea and to chat.Please note: Year Three will be delivering their Harvest Assembly to parents from 1.30pm in the Large Hall. From this assembly you can then make your way to the Open Afternoon.

     

     Meet the Teacher

     

     5 minute appointment slots have now been given (to parents from Year One to Year Six) for you to meet your child's teacher and see how they have settled into their new class.  Every class teacher will be in their classroom with refreshments available in the small hall. Please come to the main reception on your arrival. For more information about these two events please

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  • Whole School Evacuation Process

    date posted: Sunday 5 Oct 2014
     Yesterday morning (Tuesday 7th), children were involved in a whole school off-site evacuation practice. This planned process saw the Fire Service, Police, Sherrier Staff and Governors and Lutterworth College staff, participate in this practice. Children were out of classes quietly and promptly. Following the roll call the children then walked over to Lutterworth College. Police were on site and assisted with the road closure so our children could cross safely. The Fire Service appraised the situation and carried out a comprehensive sweep of the building. Wen given the 'all clear', children returned to the site. We have received very positive feedback from both the Fire Service and the Police with regards to how the evacuation was conducted and in such a timely manner. The children were exceptionally alert, mature and well behaved throughout the whole experience; we are so proud of them! 
  • Grand Opening

    date posted: Monday 29 Sep 2014
    The grand opening of Sherrier's playground was a very successful event on Thursday with all of the zones getting the thumbs up from pupils across the year groups. Throughout the day, children tested their ball skills in Ball Boulevard, their artistic streak was presented in Chalk Alley. As they entered Creative Crescent, children sang, performed and dressed up before having the chance to let their hair down in Freeplay Freeway. Children then could test their obstacle skills as they navigated their way across the Trim Trail before experiencing the Craze Of the Week on C.O.W Court.

    After all of this exciting activity, children were able to relax for a while in Quiet Quadrant choosing to perhaps read, play a game or simple colour. Once suitable relaxed, children could make their way over to Traditional Terrace to play games that have been around for years but are still as exciting as ever. Finally, children could skip until their heart was content in Skipping Street.

    A huge thank you to everybody who has been involved in Sherrier PTA fundraising events and of course the PTA for making this possible.

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