Fairfield Infant School
Everyone is valued and learning is fun
School Book Fair & Reading Competition - November 2022
The Scholastic Book Fair will be in school on Wednesday 23rd, Thursday 24th and Monday 28th November and will be open after school in the hall for you to come and purchase the books on offer. All books purchased contribute towards free books for our school so it is a great place to start looking for early Christmas presents! .
To celebrate the Book Fair, Scholastic has provided us with some vouchers to give out as prizes. We are running a reading photo competition.
To enter, children can bring to school a photo of themselves reading in an unusual place. For example they could be reading in the garden on a trampoline, sat in the washing basket or whilst out and about. The more unusual the better!
There will be an overall winner, who will win £10 worth of book vouchers. There will also be 3 runners up, 1 from each year group, who will win a £5 voucher each.
If your child wishes to enter, they should bring a copy of their photo into school by Wednesday 23rd November. You can also send a copy of their photo to the admin inbox at email@example.com
Winners will be announced on Thursday 24th November. Good Luck!
Year 2 Choir Songs: Showcasing Portsmouth!
Please can current choir members practise the following songs in preparation for our forthcoming performance at The Guildhall in Portsmouth.
We will be running some in-school and out of school competitions in conjunction with World Book Day as below:
On the day, the children will take part in a range of activities, including:
We have organised 2 competitions for children to take part in at home, bringing their creations into school on Thursday 3rd March for judging!
If you have any questions regarding World Book Day, please do not hesitate to speak to your child’s class teacher who will be happy to help. Alternatively, you can speak to me on the playground or via the school office.
Many thanks for your support,
Miss S Merrell
Be Bright, Be Seen Day on Friday 3rd December
Friday 3rd December is Be Bright, Be Seen Day and we are asking our children to wear their brightest clothes and/or accessories into school, the brighter the better to make themselves more visible when walking, scooting and cycling near the road...
We will be giving out reflective wrist bands and bike spoke reflectors for the “Brightest Dressed Child in each class” along with reflective items for every child who participates in this event and we will feature winners on our Newsletter, Website and Facebook page!
What the Dickens!: Year 2 Choir Songs
Please click on the links to practise your What the Dickens! choir songs