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Newsletter - 27th November 2017


 Parent Governor

At Nightingale, we are very well supported by our governing body. This wonderful group of volunteers give up a small amount of time to support our work at the school.  We currently have a vacancy for a parent governor.  If you are interested in becoming a governor at Nightingale, please speak to Mr Coleman.



Now that the weather has turned colder, children can wear their winter PE kit. Children should wear a dark, plain tracksuit and appropriate outdoor trainers.


Star of the Week

Well done to

Clara (FS2)

Jasmiya (Yr 1)

 Luan (Yr 2)


Dojo Winners

Mantas (Yr 3)

Goodluck (Yr 4)

Tinoja (Yr 5)

Olivia (Yr 6)


Christmas Party

Below are the dates for the Christmas Parties for the children

Monday 18th December

FS1 and FS2

Tuesday 19th December

Yr 1, 2 and 3

Wednesday 20th December

Yr 4, 5 and 6

We do ask for food donations from families for the party. Please do not send in any foods with nuts.


Packed Lunches

Our midday staff have reported to me that lots of children are bringing in unhealthy packed lunches.  May I remind you that we do not allow children to bring sweets in as part of their packed lunch.  They are allowed a treat such as a packet of crisps or a small cake.  They should not be bringing in both.  According to the NHS a balanced packed lunch should contain:

  • Starchy foods like bread, rice or pasta
  • Protein foods like meat, fish or eggs
  • A dairy item like cheese or yogurt
  • Vegetables or salad
  • A portion of fruit



There will be a special assembly on the 20th December to say goodbye to Mrs June Wilson who is retiring after nearly 20 years at Nightingale.  It will be at 9:15am. 

Parents are welcome to attend


Children have access to water throughout the day.  If they wish to, they can bring in a bottle of water.  Children are not allowed to bring in flavoured water or drinks such as Lucozade which is very high in sugar.



Kind regards


Roy Coleman