You're never too young (or too old) to join the library. Every Buckinghamshire library has books, DVDs, CDs and much more for all ages.
We are very fortunate at Buckingham Park because not only can our children and families visit the library in Aylesbury, but we also have the mobile library visiting us each fortnight.
The mobile library visits Buckingham Park on alternate Fridays from 10.10am – 11.00am. The next two visits are October 4th and October 18th.
If your child has a library card already, just bring it in to school on those days and we will take him or her to the mobile library for you. You’ll still need to return the books to a branch library, or you can bring them back on the date of the next mobile library visit.
If your child is not yet a member of the library, then you can help them join for free at the following link:
If you do not have access to the online form, then ask in school and we will provide you with a form.
Aylesbury Rugby Club invite boys and girls from 5 to 7 years of age (no experience necessary) to a fun-packed Tag Rugby session from 10:00am until 11:30am on 6th October.
The event is totally free of charge.Registration will commence from 09:30am.
Qualified Coaches will be on hand to help give you the basics of this non-contact game.
The club's core values for child development are all based around Team Work, Enjoyment, Respect & Sportsmanship. We continually drive for agility, speed and co-ordination above everything else.
The only thing you’ll really need are plenty of smiles, energy and appropriate sports clothing.
Coffee, Tea and Bacon Butties available at a small cost in our new clubhouse for all parents and players
Please confirm your attendance at email@example.com or text 07713 034784
All players will receive a free goodie bag courtesy of ARFC Tag Rugby
Please visit www.arfcuk.com for directions to the club (Aylesbury Rugby Club, Ostlers Field, Weston Turville, Bucks, HP22 5RN)
Our school photographer will be visiting on Monday to take individual portrait photographs of each of our children, including Nursery. We will arrange appointments later in the year to take sibling and family groups, as well as class photographs, but these will not be taken on Monday. We will send home information regarding the process for ordering photographs.
We really want to inspire our children and families to have an excellent attendance pattern so we are laying down a challenge. Each half term, any child who has an attendance rate of 96% or better will be awarded a ‘96 Challenge’ certificate and will be entered into a special prize draw.
96% means no more than 1½ days of absence up to half term.
Showing up for school has a huge impact on a child’s academic success starting in Nursery and continuing through secondary school. Even as children grow older and more independent, families play a key role in making sure students get to school safely every day and understand why attendance is so important for success in school and in a job.
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