Welcome to Orchard Primary
Welcome to 2018 at Orchard Primary School
We are now well and truly, into the last half-term of the year. The tiny nursery children who took their first hesitant steps with us last September, will all be starting school next year, some of them with us at Orchard, and some at other schools. We wish them all the best of luck. Our Year 6 pupils have …
School Meals: price increase from September 2018 - £2.35 per meal (£11.75 per week)
Friday 13th July - Year 3 visit to River Thames; reports sent home to parents/carers
Monday 16th to Friday 20th July: No before-school or after-school clubs.
Monday 16th July - 9.10am: Nursery and Reception classes Stay & Learn (transition); Y6 final swimming session (pm); 3.30-4.30pm: Open House (informal opportunity for parents to see teachers re reports)
Tuesday 17th July - 1.45pm: Year 6 production; 3.30pm: transition meeting for Reception parents
Wednesday 18th July - 11.00am: Meet the Teacher; 3.30pm: transition meetings for Y2 and Y5 parents; Y6 BBQ/Picnic; 6pm: Year 6 production to parents.
Thursday 19th July - 9.10am: KS1 End of Year Assembly
Friday 20th July - 9.10am: KS2 End of Year Assembly; 12.15pm: Whole School Picnic (parents/carers welcome)
Nursery & Reception
Mrs Jones and Miss Maddison will be going head to head
with their classes performing in a
Rhyme off Challenge
Come and see who will win!
Thursday 12th July @ 9.15am
Year 6 Production
Get your feather boa and splurge gun,
Bugsy Malone is coming to
Tuesday 17th July @ 1.45pm
Wednesday 18th July @ 6pm
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