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March 2024 Newsletter

by Aspire / Probus Primary School


March 2024 Newsletter
Head of School message
Dear Parents,

March has been jammed packed with activities! We have had a second wonderful workshop from Pengelly Nursery and plant pots are germinating around the classes! Our bulbs look beautiful in the foyer and the Spring term is drawing to a close.
World book day was lovely and included in this newsletter is lots of lovely photos of the pupils enjoying snuggling up with a book.
We have attended funfest, cross country events, had Cornish dance performances and the drama club sharing. Walk to school week was not dampened by the rain and pupils did well at the Lego league event.
Sadly we must say farewell to Mrs Hughes in year five, she will be very missed.

I hope you all have a wonderful Easter.
Farewell and thank you Mrs Hughes
Mrs Hughes has been a teaching assistant at Probus School for nearly 25 years. She has been a wonderful part of our team and she will be very missed. She has great skills in art and also a talented gardener. She is looking forward to more time with her friends and family with plenty of travel planned.
Mrs Hughes would like to say "I've had a fantastic time at Probus school and its been a privilege to teach your children."
During her career Mrs Hughes has supported many children in our village and I am sure she will hear "Mrs Hughes" be called out for many years to come. Many thanks and best wishes for the future adventures.

Nursery - Easter Hat Parade!
Our confident, youngest pupils showing off their hats!
Wonderful Easter Bonnets!
Reception News
Farm to Fork
The children had a lovely World Book Day making books with their buddies and sharing stories. Some children were inspired to write their own stories and create a book to share with the class.
The children enjoyed a visit from a parent who is a farmer and got to ask questions about food and farming as well as having a sit down in the tractor!
We have been growing our own peas...let's hope they are all good little peas!
It was great fun milking the cows on the playground!