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- Issue 18 - 26.01.2018
Issue 18 - 26.01.2018
Dear Parents and Carers,
As part of this year’s summer show, Production Club is hosting a ‘Musical Fundraiser’ at Meadow High School on Wednesday 31st January @ 4.30pm - 6.30pm.
There will be refreshments and games to help raise money for equipment in the show, such as a new camera to live stream performances for students to watch from their classrooms.
Tickets cost £6.00 each and you will receive your own assortment of Musical themed treats such as: Cheesy Nachos (with salsa, guacamole and sour cream sauce), Mini beef or vegi burgers, Pretzels (sour cream and chive flavour), Wicked cupcakes, French fries, Musical cookies, (shortbread), Squash.
Teas and coffees will be available to purchase at 50p a cup and also additional treats, such as ice cream and popcorn at £1.00. There will be live entertainment from the school band and some raffle prices (£1.00 a ticket) to be won.
Please ensure that your child is accompanied by an adult if attending the party.
Please return the reply slip to Miss Kalia, BY MONDAY, 29 JANUARY 2018 LATEST enclosing payment and you will receive your ticket.
Thank you for your support !
M Kalia—Drama and Dance Lead
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
Last year, I attended the Production Fundraiser for the first time. It was so much fun!
I was amazed at the effort the staff and pupil helpers had gone to in dressing up as Disney characters. There was music and dancing, the food was delicious and beautifully presented on a themed platter too. Pupils were having a lovely time, dancing with their friends and playing on the various games and stalls around the hall or having their photo taken in the photo booth. It was really nice to meet and talk to other families informally. Younger and other siblings were equally welcome and entertained .
All the money raised goes to fund the Summer Production. providing props, scenery, costumes etc. My son is in the Sixth Form at Meadow and loves taking part in the Summer Production (and Scriptwriters Club). The benefits he gets from being involved in the Production are many—social interaction, communication, friendship, leadership, confidence and fun as well as acting, singing, dancing and performance skills.
Please come along and enjoy and support the Musical Fundraiser event. Your support will mean that Meadow can continue to put on the wonderful productions which our children and young people enjoy and benefit so greatly from.
REPLY-SLIP – Return to Miss Kalia (please include payment)
Musical Fundraiser Party on Wednesday 31 January 2018
Students Name ………………………………………………………………………………...…………… Class ………………
I would like …………..…. Tickets and have enclosed £………………. (£6.00 per person)
Any Dietary requirements [please state] …………………………………………………………………………………………...
Please tick your preference: Meat option Vegetarian option
IMPORTANT - Please return this Reply Slip to Miss Kalia NO LATER THAN MONDAY 29 JANUARY 2018
School Improvement Initiative - Keeping Your Child Safe At School
At Meadow, we feel safeguarding is extremely important. So, we have implemented a new Electronic Safeguarding System which will make it much easier and simpler to record and track referrals and monitor interventions much more closely.
Mrs Rigby—Head Teacher
Change of Class Teachers
Class 11PS will now be known as 11CL. Miss LePage is a trainee teacher who is taking on the role of a form tutor. Mrs Shukla will still be attached to 11CL in a support role for Miss LePage in her development of becoming a teacher.
Class 7JE recently became 7SK. Miss Khautun is a trainee teacher who has taken on the role of form tutor. Mrs Evans is still attached to 7SK as a support role for Miss Khautun in her development of becoming a teacher.
Class 10AT recently became 10ZK. Miss Khan is a trainee teacher who has taken on the role of form tutor. Mrs Terry is still attached to 10ZK in a support role for Miss Khan in her development of
becoming a teacher.
Our Welfare Officer, Mrs Gamble, has been sent details of the following Adult Art Course which may be of interest to parents: “ADULT CREATION—MONTHLY SESSIONS” This workshop is an
opportunity for you to relax, be creative, meet and chat with other parents, ask for advice and
assistance in challenges you may be finding in daily life. We know the power of arts for mental and emotional wellbeing……this evening is about your respite, finding and surprising yourself with a supportive and relaxing atmosphere”. The workshops are run by the Arts For Life Project and are at 7pm in Pinner on the following dates: 16 February, 16 March, 20 April, 18 May. Find out more at Enquiries@Artsforlifeproject.org. Telephone: 07568 519192.
Letter to whole school
Letter to selected pupils only
South London Special League
Wednesday 31 January
Production Fundraising Event
(See information in this issue)
Friday 9 February 2018
Annual Review Day
SCHOOL CLOSED TO ALL PUPILS
Annual Review paperwork will be sent home soon.
12—16 February 2018
HALF TERM—SCHOOL CLOSED
8 March 2018
Year 9, 11 & 6th Form Parent
Consultation Evening 4pm-7pm
Maths & Science Week
Sixth Form Work Experience Week
(More details to follow)
Thursday 29 March 2018
Last day of Term—2pm finish
30 March— 13 April 2018
SCHOOL HOLIDAY (EASTER)
Monday 16 April 2018
Back to school—9am
Friday 20 April 2018
7 June 2018
Year 7, 8 and 10 Parent