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Head Teacher Newsletters

Newsletter March 3rd 2017

Mr. Mason Says…

Congratulations to all of our Year 6 children who received their SATs results last week. SATs can be a very stressful and difficult time for Year 6 children but they handled them superbly. The results they have achieved are fantastic and I am very proud of them. Well done Year 6!

Latest news

School reports will be handed out by Class teachers at the end of the school day on Friday 14th July.

Important Dates

7 Jul Inset Day

27 Jul – 30 Aug Summer Holidays

31 Aug – 1 Sep INSET Days

23 Oct – 3 Nov Half Term


It is approaching the end of the academic year where Rosslyn Park would like to celebrate our 100 and 99% attenders. Key Stage 1 Attendance Award Assembly with be on Tuesday 18th July at 2.30pm and Key Stage 2 Assembly will be on Thursday 20th July at 2.30pm.

Trips & Visits

Year 2 had a fantastic time on their overnight trip to Wollaton Park! I also heard they got a sneak peek of the Dinosaur exhibit in the house! How exciting! This week our year 6 children have gone on their residential to Conwy, Wales and I have everything crossed that the weather is good for them. Let’s hope next year’s trips are just as successful!

Mrs Reader

Message from the School Office

We have spaces available in Breakfast Club for September. The cost is £1.50 per morning. For more details please speak to the office

PTA News

The school Summer Discos are on the 18th July.

The times are:-
5.30 – 6.30 and 6.45 – 7.45
Tickets available from the office

Going For Green

The recent/upcoming winners of our Going for Green awards are:

F1KW Lacey Goldsmith
F1LR Harrison Connellan
F2YI Alisha Bah
F2AH Ruth Cozac
F2NS Myla Moran
2JR Sienna Meller
2VO Kaycie Flavin
2DM Chloe Hallam
3JS Sophie Lovatt
3SW Reilly Orme
4JM Ellie Buckley
5LB Siyabonga Moyo
5VG Mitchell Palmer
6DW Shannon O’Malley
6EG Tyler Pickard

Congratulations to you all!!!!


Place2be are in school offering free and confidential emotional support to the school community. We are available to talk to the children when they are affected by upsetting events that may happen close to home, or further afield.