A celebration of year six’s time in Saint Joseph’s
It is my and Ms Chinnick’s intention to take the children to Barry Island on Monday 18th July. To organise this and to maintain the safety of all children and to ensure a celebration of their time in Saint Joseph’s with the challenges we have all had to face because of the pandemic, Ms. Chinnick and I are keen that this should be a great day for the Saint Joseph’s Year Six community. However, Ms Chinnick and I cannot do this on our own, so we are asking for the following assistance for parents who are able to attend the event:
Organising Lunch – Support required please.
As parents will be fully appreciative of, Ms Chinnick and I MUST have the children within our sights at ALL TIMES. We will need at least three parents to go and get food for the children. Each child has five pounds to spend that they have raised from their business study project. We would very much appreciate a group of four parents that would organise the purchasing of food on the day. This will require a number of parents to carry the food – if any parents are able to organise this can they please let us know as soon as is possible please. Either see me at the end of school or ring the office and Ms Ekstrom Gabb will pass you through to me in the classroom. Many thanks in advance.
Cost of the trip:
The children have raised enough money from their Business Enterprise Project to pay for their return fare on the train and their meal to celebrate their final days in Saint Joseph’s Primary School.
Therefore, we are requesting a donation of £2.50 so that children can purchase an ice cream / ice lolly to enjoy when we get on the train to return home. (Any monies raised will be spent on the children with a treat during the week)
All parents are welcome to meet us at the end of the beach on the right-hand side. Ms Chinnick and I are eager to ensure this is a very special day for the children and one they can look back on with affection.
Many thanks to all year six parents / grandparents for their continued support.
Mrs Houston and Ms Chinnick