Crib Service Nursery and Reception 10.12.18/13.12.18
Our Nursery and Reception crib service this year will be held at St Francis Church on:-
Monday 10th December 18 @ 2.00pm (Reception, 30 hours, afternoon and beginning of the week children)
Thursday 13th December 18 @ 10.00am (Reception, 30 hours, morning and end of the week children).
Due to Reception and those children who do 30 hours in nursery taking part in both performances parents/family members have the option of attending one or both days.
On this day Nursery children can dress up as a nativity character if they wish. We will walk to church, Fr Clay will tell the Christmas Story and we will all join in with some special Christmas songs. You are very welcome to walk to church with us. If you would like to, please see a member of staff.
Non uniform day 30th November 18
On 30th November the children can come to school in non-uniform. We ask that you donate something for the raffle/tombola for the Christmas Fayre
Year 1 – Year 6 trip to The Arc
We are taking the children from Year 1 to Year 6 to The Arc in Stockton on the afternoon of 18th December to see a performance of Miracle on 34th Street.
Carols in the Playground
We will be having Carols in the Playground on 20th December from 3.00pm – 3.30pm.
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Christmas Party
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6’s Christmas party will be held on 20th December. Further details will follow later in the term
Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 Christmas party
Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3’s Christmas party will be held on 17th December. Further details will follow later in the term.
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Christmas Performance 13th December 18
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6’s Christmas Performance will be held on 13th December @ 6.00pm. Further details will follow later in the term
Christingle 12th December 18
On 12th December we will be taking the children from Reception to Year 6 to St Francis of Assisi Church for a Christingle service at 2.00pm
Christmas Lunch 12th December 18
We will be having our Christmas lunch on Wednesday 12th December. Further details will follow later in the term
Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 Christmas Performance 11th December 18
Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3’s Christmas performance will be held on 11th December @ 6.00pm.
Further details will follow later in the term
School Council Elected
Our school council for the academic year 18-19 have been elected.
Reception – Aiza and Lucas
Year 1 – Daniel and Eliza
Year 2 – Hollie and Owen
Year 3 – Flynn and Olivia
Year 4 – Mia and Finn
Year 5 – Jake and Isla
Year 6 – Cailtin and Matthew
Welcome to Myton Park Primary School
"Nurturing Skills for Life"
On behalf of the staff, governors and children, I extend a very warm welcome to Myton Park Primary School. We hope that you will enjoy your time as part of our school community as we work in partnership to ensure that your child’s time with us is happy and rewarding. Myton Park is an over-subscribed, high achieving and forward thinking school, where all staff and governors work relentlessly to ensure that the precious early years of your child’s education equip them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to enable them to fulfil their potential in their primary years and beyond. We are very aware they get one chance and we work to ensure that is the best possible chance. We provide a warm and caring environment where children can feel secure and confident to strive for personal excellence in all aspects of everyday life. We encourage them to understand the need to work hard for their own benefits and we value the strong partnership we have with our parents and carers and strive to work closely with you to achieve the best for your child.
Our curriculum aims for high standards whilst providing valuable and memorable opportunities for all children to learn, grow and develop the skills, knowledge and understanding relevant to their needs now and their future lives. It promotes a willingness to question and explore, widen their horizons, develop their aspirations and instil self-belief.
Our behaviour policies and codes of conduct, which we expect the whole community to adhere to, determine how we treat each other and the values we wish to present to our immediate and wider community. They guide our curriculum and the standards we set for ourselves.
If you require further information on any aspect of school life, then please do not hesitate to be in touch, we will be happy to help.
Elisabeth J Lee