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23-03-17 Newsletter

Stoke Primary School

Briton Road



Head Teacher





Mr M Ascroft

024 7645 1724

024 7643 1209





                                                                                                                                           17th March 2023

Dear Parents and Carers,


The children have worked hard this week finding ways to explore new learning and apply previously taught skills. They have been involved in creating new displays around the school which show off all their amazing new knowledge.


Thank you for all your donations to support Comic Relief today. We got to hear some of the children’s jokes in assembly too. A reminder to please return any trophies given by the following Thursday. We are currently missing a few.


Attendance: All children are expected to have at least 96% attendance. Children who have under 90% attendance received a letter before half time to highlight this. Please help your child to be in school every day and on time. If you are worried about your child’s attendance or punctuality, please pop in any Monday afternoon for a cuppa with Miss Fenlon and Jeni Watkins (Local Authority Attendance Officer) to see how they can support you.


Attendance Results; Week ending 10th March


House Attendance Winners



Godiva – 89.1%

House Least Lates


Belgrade – 0 lates

Class winners


Fox – 94.7%

Daily 100% winners


Fox – 2 days

Dragonfly – 1 day

Mouse – 1 day

Not the best attendance results for last week overall; here’s hoping we don’t see any more snow!


Please note, if it is your child’s birthday, they still need to be in school and on time. Any absence for this reason will be unauthorised. Look out for birthday invitations sent to your child!


Do pop into our uniform pop up shop if you are looking for any previously owned, good quality uniform. We also have some young boys and girls casual clothes you may be interested in.


Thank you for your ongoing support and working in partnership to support your children. Have a great weekend.


Kind regards


Lucy Pater

Deputy Headteacher