Today, D’Eyncourt choir were asked to perform at Wolverhampton market. We arrived at about 10am and sang a collection of Christmas songs to a lovely audience! It was lovely to see lots of parents there supporting the children and lots of passers by complimenting our children. Well done to the choir and to the staff who helped!
School will be open today as normal.
Please take care when travelling.
Mrs D Darby
Well what a lovely evening! Tonight, the school choir performed at the church at the annual Carols around the Tree! We sang two traditional carols by ourselves, listened to Wodensfield’s choir sing and sang other Christmas carols too! Well done to all the children for coming- you sounded amazing! Thank you to the parents for supporting this event yet again!
Today we held our annual Christmas Fair and yet again it was an amazing day! There were stalls galore, plenty of tombolas, raffles and craft activities! With two Christmas performances from the choir and plenty of Christmas activities on offer you couldn’t escape the Christmas fun! Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the event!
After a short break, KS2 got cracking with their races! There were sprints, hoop races, egg and spoon and relays! A brilliant day! Thank you to Mrs Bayliss for organising and all the y5/6 helpers!
This morning we were treated to a different type of assembly! We had a musician come into school who entertained us with some songs! He was teaching us about being in a band – we rocked it out all assembly!
On behalf of the staff at D’Eyncourt Primary School, I am happy to welcome you to the 2017-18 school year! We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure our children can achieve their highest potential.
We have made a few changes this year to the start of the day procedures. If your child is in Year 1 or 2 you will need to drop them off at their classroom door. Children should not be left unattended.
Reception children will be collected from parents and taken into class from the ramp next to the reception classroom door, at the front of the school.
Children in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue to enter school using the classroom door on the outside of the building.
At the end of the school day your child will need to be collected from their classroom door. If your child is in Year 5 and 6 they will be allowed to walk home on their own, once we have received written permission.
We thank you for your support and look forward to beginning this new year with you.
Mrs D Darby