Well, we find ourselves at the end of a half-term, and what a busy few weeks it has been. I would like to extend my gratitude to you all for your support and patience, as we navigate through a new approach to school. We have unbound admiration for the way you have supported your children with their learning and emotional needs. I have no further information about when schools will resume normality, but as soon as an announcement is made, the leadership team and I will put a plan together as quickly as possible, and communicate with you in a timely way. We are hoping that it will be safe enough for all pupils to be back in school very soon. I hope that you all have a wonderful half-term break, and I look forward to seeing you on Monday 22nd February.
Reverend Chris Childs got licensed on Thursday evening, he is now officially the Reverend for our Parish. Mrs Shipp was delighted to see so many members of the community there (online). He will be beginning his role within our school, after half term.
Pancake Day 16th February
Don't Forget!! Pancake Day, this year, is during our February half term holiday. We hope the children enjoy the day, making and flipping their pancakes at home with you. All sorts of yummy toppings are available, why not try a new one??
Dates for your Diary
Monday 15th -Friday 19th February 2021: Half Term Week
Monday 22nd February: First day back to school
Friday 26th March: Last day of Spring Term
Monday 12th April: First day of Summer Term
Parents' Evenings Online
This week, we have been sending out the details of our online Parents' Evening days & times. Please look out for the email, and book a slot that is convenient for you. The actual links for the Zoom meetings will be sent out in the week beginning 1st March 2021.
Extra(Extra) PE lessons on Mondays
Don't forget, the extra PE lessons each Monday. On 22nd February, our Years 5 & 6 will need to be in their PE kit for the day.
Miles for Moulton In March
Our lovely PTA ladies will be busy over the half term week, creating a new Justgiving page for the school. We are hoping all families will join in our Miles for Moulton fundraising for the month of March, walking, running. cycling, scooting or ambling a mile each day.. Watch this space, more details will follow..
Barn Owls: Some Facts
Barn Owls have lop-sided ears! One is higher than the other, which helps them to pinpoint exactly where tiny sounds are coming from.
Barn Owls screech – they never hoot (that’s Tawny Owls).
A wild Barn Owl usually eats about 4 small mammals every night, that’s 1,460 per year!