Literacy Information Evening – This Tuesday
We are holding an information evening for parents, focussing on children’s learning and development in the area of literacy. This will be a chance for you to understand the approach we take at school when teaching reading and writing, for us to share ideas with you on the best ways you can help your children at home, and an opportunity for parents to share with each other about things that have worked for them.
Please click on the links above to see the Learning Blogs for the Middle and Junior Hubs. These blogs are designed to help you, as parents, to have a deeper understanding of the learning that is taking place at school and ways that you can therefore help with this at home.
Message from the Middle Hub
Hello RCS. For Living Christianly the Middle Hub have been thinking about this: There has been a major disaster in Nepal, so on the Friday 15 May 2015 at Rolleston Christian School we will all wear red, white and blue mufti, because that’s the colour of the Nepalese flag. Also, with mufti you need a gold coin like $1 or $2. We hope to raise a lot of money and see people wearing red, blue and white on Friday. Thanks, Hazel
The parent community group would also like to support this initiative by running a sausage sizzle. Order forms will come home today and we ask that these are in by tomorrow, or Wednesday at the very latest.
Parent Facebook Group
Remember to look up the “Rolleston Christian School – Parent group” on Facebook.
Pastoral Care – Koha Box
The RCS Pastoral Care Committee are running a ‘Lunch Box Filler’ drive to collect non-perishable lunch box fillers for our children when they forget their lunch, have oopsies and spill or drop their food, and for when there are gaps in lunch boxes. The fruit bowl is in the kitchen for the same reason and donations of fruit are gladly received. For anyone who would like to contribute towards this there will be a collection box under the fruit bowl in the kitchen. Thank you to those who have already been assisting with this.
Many thanks and Blessings, RCS Pastoral Care Committee