News

Return of the Christmas Fair

The Christmas Fair will be held on Tuesday 17th December in the school hall, 3:30-6:00pm. There will be a variety of stalls as well as a Santa's Grotto!

Poppy Appeal

This year we raised £56.06 selling poppies in school for Remembrance Day. Thank you for helping with the appeal. The money raised supports The Royal British Legion with their welfare and benevolent work.

Parent Governor Vacancies

We currently have two parent governor vacancies on our Governing Body. We would be delighted to hear from any parents who may be interested in fulfilling this role. Being a governor is a wonderful way to get involved in the life of your child's school. You become involved at the strategic decision making level and are well informed on school improvement issues and priorities. It's an opportunity to make a huge difference to the direction and success of the school. Please come and speak to Mrs Prior if you are interested.

Headteacher's Cup 22nd November

Well done to our Headteacher's Cup winners!

Mulberry Tree - Lia for her effort and enthusiasm for writing phonetic sentences independently. 

Apple Tree - Freddie for showing some good improvements in his writing and working hard to achieve it. 

Cherry Tree - Poppy for her really great attitude to learning and trying to challenge herself more often. 

Horse Chestnut Tree - April for increased effort and enthusiasm over all areas resulting in some excellent work. Keep it up!

Oak Tree - Amy for fantastic effort and creativity in her writing. 

Headteacher's Cup 15th November

Well done to the cup winners!

Paige from Mulberry Tree for challenging herself in her writing and phonics.

Jacob from Apple Tree for putting in 100% all of the time.

Miriam from Cherry Tree for an amazing attitude to her work, challenging herself in maths and writing some great 100 word challenges.

Chloe from Horse Chestnut Tree class for trying hard and listening carefully to advice to improve her writing.

Daniel from Oak Class for challenging himeself, especially in Maths and showing the school value of determination.


Great Yeldham primary school, Essex