Newsletter Friday 6th
February 2015 – No 19
school Open Morning is tomorrow between 10.00am-12.30pm, so if you know anyone
who might be interested in visiting us, please invite them to come along. We are now taking registrations to join our
Nursery in September 2016 for Reception entry in September 2018 – girls with a
date of birth between 1st September 2016 - 31st August
In this cold
weather the girls still go out for morning break and to play at lunchtime. It is therefore essential that they have
hats, scarves and gloves to wear every day.
Too many girls have neither hat, scarf or gloves and it is just too cold
not to be wrapped up as warm as they can be.
Hats are available from the school office, navy gloves and navy scarves
can be purchased from any high street shop or supermarket. Navy and burgundy school scarves are
available from Alleycatz. Please ensure
name labels are attached to each item.
This weekend please repair any broken loops in duffle coats so that they
can be hung up properly and NOT by their hoods!
There will be an inspection on MONDAY!!
If we should
experience further snow or sleet showers, please allow your daughter to come to
school in appropriate footwear ie: snow boots or wellingtons and she can change
into her dry school shoes. School shoes
are not suitable for outdoor play in the snow.
If you need
any items of school uniform, the next AlleyCatz free delivery to school will be
next Tuesday 10th February – however orders placed on Monday evening
will be unlikely to be included!
Wow Badge Competition
We are still
taking entries for the ‘Design a Wow Badge’ competition. If you would like to enter a design there is
still time and we will accept entries up to the 23rd February, so
you have half term to get creative!
Choudry Rec – Swimming ASA Ducking Award Grade 1
Gulamali Rec – Swimming ASA Ducking Grade 5
Rec – DK Gymnastics Medal – most improved in her class
IV – British Gymnastics Proficiency Award Level 1
badges have been gained by:
Form III - Adora, Holly, Sahar, Scarlett and Sasha
badges have been regained by:
Form IV- Celia
Well done to
Lada Matveeva (Form VI) for reaching the Primary Maths Challenge National
finals. We look forward to hearing the results.
A reminder that we will be doing the Marsden
March on Friday 13th March. Donations would be very much appreciated
in support of your daughter’s efforts on the day!
Next Week’s Reminders
Monday 9th –
Parent:Teacher Meetings for Upper Nursery
– ‘Drop-in’ Morning 9.30am-11.30am
– Parent:Teacher Meetings for Upper Nursery in JH Library
– Hockey V’B’ & VI’B’ v Oakwood (H) 2.30pm-3.45pm
– Hockey V’A’ & VI’A’ v Royal Russell (A) 4.00pm-5.00pm
– Break up for Half Term
like to survey parents on whether or not they would support the purchase of a
school minibus. Please complete our survey to give us your opinion. The survey
can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5CMTBGZ Thank you.
to apply for your Line Dancing Disco ticket for Friday 27th February
– print off the application form below and return to the School Office with
28th January 6 girls from Forms III-VI went to Bramley for a cross country
competition. We were lucky with the weather as it stopped raining as the races
were about to start! Form IV were first
to race. They all ran very well and showed the rest of us what to do! Form V were next and they all ran
very well, especially Georgia who came 1st out of all twelve runners. Form VI ran next and showed good pacing
skills. I tracked the Bramley girls very
well and came in 2nd place and Phoebe-Rose came 4th. Last to run were the Form
III’s. They had watched and learnt a lot from the previous races and all
showed great determination to win. Chiara led the race from the start and
set a fast pace. She won the race and Alice came in 3rd place. We all ran
very well and gained certificates and Georgia and Chiara won medals. Thank you
to Mr Ford who paced round the course to work out the Form III & IV
races were approximately 1110m and the form V & VI races were 1332m. Also
thank you to Mr Martin who took lots of great photos and to all the parents who
came to show their support.
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Ticket Application Form
of Seaton House Present...
The Line Dancing Disco!
February 2015 - 6.00pm - 8.00pm
For just £5 per ticket
your daughters can dance the night away with all their classmates! Please wear your favourite cowgirl!
Enjoy music and games
with spot prizes! Drinks, sweets and novelty items will be for sale for the
duration of the Disco, so pocket money at the ready please!
Fancy a Coffee and a chat?
have a chance to chat? Unfinished conversations at the school gate? Now's your
chance to catch-up with other parents while your daughters boogie on the dance
floor! We will be selling teas and coffees in a 'quiet' area during the disco,
helping to raise funds for Seaton House.
And now for the rules!
All Nursery and Reception children must be accompanied by a parent or
carer for the duration of the disco.
Please note that we are not able to accommodate siblings or non Seaton
House children as they are not covered by our insurance.
Doors do not open until 6.00pm.
NAME ……………………… FORM ………………………
TICKETS ……………………… AMOUNT ENCLOSED ……………..
Please return to the school office NO LATER than 24th February, with your payment of £5.00,
in an envelope marked POSH DISCO.
Cheques should be made payable to POSH. A limited number of tickets will
be available on the door.