Wednesday Letter – 28th September 2016

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Dates for the diary
Thursday 29th September         P4 – P7 – Good News Club (3pm – 4pm)
Friday 30th September             P1 – P3 – Fun with Drums (2pm – 3pm)
Monday 3rd October                 P1 – P3 – Art & Crafts (2pm – 3pm), P7 – Grafters (3pm – 4pm)
Tuesday 4th October                P4 – P7 – Drama (3pm – 4pm), P4 – P7 – Gardening (3pm – 4pm)
Wednesday 5th October            P4 – P7 – Spanish (3pm – 4pm)

It’s a Girl
On Tuesday we were delighted to hear of the safe arrival of Miss Molly Smyth.  A massive congratulations and best wishes to Zaneese and her husband and not forgetting big sister Daisy.  We all look forward to meeting Molly.

Parent Interviews
This year, interviews will take place from Monday 24th October until Thursday 27th October.  More information regarding times will be sent out next week

Book Fair
Our scholastic book fair is due to run again this year during the week beginning 3rd October.  The fair will be open for purchases on the Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8.30am – 9.30am and on the Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 2pm – 3.15pm.  If parents are unable to attend the Book Fair, they can send money with pupils, so that they can purchase a book with their class teacher.

Exceptional Closure
Just a reminder for parents that school will be closed on Friday 7th October for a staff development day.

Emails
If you have requested a Wednesday letter via email, hopefully you have been receiving them.  There are a few parents who unfortunately haven’t been.  If this is you, can you please email me (lsmyth682@c2kni.net) and I will hopefully get any problems with emails sorted. Thanks.

Money
As school will be closed next Friday (7th October), could all money be sent in on Thursday 6th October?

Christmas Theatre Trip
We have booked to take the children to see Cinderella in the Millennium Forum in Londonderry on Monday 19th  December.  More details and payment options will be available next week.  This is a fantastic opportunity for children and we hope as many children will be able to experience a theatre visit.

Toberkeigh Youth Club
If you are in P4 – P7 you are invited to come to Toberkeigh Youth Club.  Come along for fun, games, making crafts, baking etc.  Each week there will be a short epilogue and a tuck shop.  It will commence on Saturday 1st October from 6.30pm – 8.00pm.

Toberkeigh Boy’s Brigade
Anchor Boys – Tuesday 4th October, 7.15pm – 8.30pm (P2-P4 Boys), Leader in Charge – Rosie McVicker  (07821382288)
Junior Section – Friday 7th October, 7.00pm – 8.15pm (P5-P7 Boys), Leader in Charge – Colin Kane (02820762678)
Company Section – Friday 7th October, 8.15pm – 10.15pm (Secondary School age), Captain – Christopher McKeeman (07872127935)

School Dinner Menu
Monday 3rd October 2016
Cheese & Beans Jacket Potato or Brown Beef Stew
Mash, Veg, Coleslaw
Jammy Coconut Sponge & Custard or Fresh Fruit or Yoghurt

Tuesday 4th October 2016
Ham & Cheese Panini Melts or Chicken & Corn Pie (soda topping)
Mash, Herb Dice, Veg
Raspberry Ripple Flavoured Mousse or Fresh Fruit or Yoghurt

Wednesday 5th October 2016
BOOK FAIR THEMED MENU
THE TWITS – WORMY SPAGHETTI WITH LUMPY BUMPY SAUCE (Spaghetti Bolognese, Garlic Bread)
DRAGON STEW with DRAGON EGGS (Chicken Pieces in Gravy with Stuffing Balls)
THE BFG’S SNOZZCUMBER DELIGHT (Celery & Cucumber with Cream Cheese Dip)
MR STINKS STINKY TOFFEE PUDDING OR MINIONS BANANA SPLIT (Banana & Grapes)

Thursday 6th October 2016
Roast Gammon Stuffing & Gravy
Roast & Mash Potatoes
Veg
Pineapple Cake & Custard or Fresh Fruit or Yoghurt