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Round Hill Bulletin - 1st May 2018

Round Hill Bulletin – 1st May 2018

The Round Hill Bulletin is designed to help disseminate important information in between monthly Newsletters.   A copy will be placed on the School Website.

Whole School Information

Parents’ Forum If you would like to get involved in school life the date of the next Parents’ Forum meeting is Tuesday 8th May.  The first meeting will be from 2-3pm and the second meeting from 6-7pm.  Please let us know if you are planning on attending either meeting by contacting the school office.  The later meeting from 6-7pm will only go ahead if there is sufficient interest.   If you would like to know more about Parents’ Forum or you want to read the Blog, Click here.

I look forward to seeing you there.


EAL Coffee Morning       Thank you very much to all of the parents that attended the EAL coffee morning last Wednesday. We were absolutely delighted with the numbers we had in attendance. It was lovely to meet so many new faces and share your views and opinions about the school. Due to the success, we will be looking to have another one, perhaps one evening after school, because we are aware many people were disappointed that they couldn't make it due to work/university commitments. In the next newsletter we will share some of the courses and events that were discussed for parents to join if they are interested. Many thanks, Miss Morle and Miss Bond


The Royal Wedding         The School Council has been involved in deciding how we wish to celebrate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.  On Friday 18th May, the children will be able to come to school in non-uniform and the optional theme is to wear red, white and blue.  We are not raising money on this occasion and therefore no money is needed to take part. 


Afterschool Parent and Pupil Homework Club    Further to the information in the April Newsletter, a reminder that we have started an ‘Afterschool Parent and Pupil Homework Club’.  This is being run by Mr Joyce who will be on hand to offer advice and support where it's needed.  If you are interested in attending with your child, there is no need to complete a form but simply come along to Mr Joyce’s classroom on Mondays after school until 5pm and bring your homework!  If you have any questions/queries please get in touch with Mr Joyce via the office email or on the playground.



A reminder that it is Bank Holiday Monday next Monday 7th May and the school will be closed

on this day.  Back to school on Tuesday 8th May.