It’s that time of year again to dust off your Bingo dabber and head on down to the annual Red Lane Easter Bingo.
Eyes down at 5pm and 6.30pm.
Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you’ve yours to be in with a chance of winning mountains of chocolate!
Tickets are available from the school office.
The time has come for Year 2 to finally demonstrate their African Drumming talents, as they perform for Parents and Carers this afternoon.
The jungle performance begins at 3.10pm.
The school photographer is in school today. Family photographs will be from 8am until 8.45am and individual and sibling photographs will be taken throughout the day. For more information, please see Miss Moran in the Office.
Don’t forget to brush your hair and say cheese for the camera!
Here we are then, where has this half term gone? This is the final week of our Spring Term and the diary is jam packed full of events happening this week!
Here are the events taking place today:
Mrs Cromey will be joined by 6 Year 6 pupils as they journey to Sheffield University to find out about ‘The Brilliant Club’. What is this Brilliant Club? What happens in the club? And most importantly, how do we join the club? Don’t forget to let us know Year 6!
Mr Yapp will be visiting Key Stage 1 and Early Years to tell The Easter Story and its true meaning.
And finally, Mr McKend and his ensemble of talented Red Lane musicians, will be show casing their skills for their final performance of this term for Key Stage 2 children.
WOW! And that’s just Monday! Keep checking back for more news, photos and events taking place
Spring 2018 has arrived and that means the clocks go forward by one hour on Sunday, March 25 at 1am. At this time, the UK moves officially from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to British Summer Time (BST).
BST always begins on the last weekend in March, whereas the clocks go back every last Sunday of October.
Do we get more sleep?
The bad news is that everyone will lose an hour sleep when the clocks go forward.
Hopefully this will not darken your mood too much, because it also means the evenings are set to get lighter sooner.
Posted in Science
Did you know that on this day in 1906, the “Census of the British Empire” shows that Great Britain rules 1/5th of the world?
Today is Non-Uniform Day- don’t forget to bring your Easter egg!
Today is Nursery’s Stay and Play session.
Posted in Nursery
Today is the final practise for the Year 2 African Drummers with Mr Bamford before their performance next week!