Published on: 30th March, 2023

31st March Newsletter


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Kids eat for free/low cost Shropshire! Easter 2023

Celebration Assembly 24th March

Star of the week: 

Jaguar – Evan

Rhino – Ewan

Tiger – Beau

Panda – Mylah

Snow Leopards – Isla


Mathematician of the week:

Jaguar – Amber

Rhino – Freddie

Tiger – Bradley

Panda – Logan


Writer of the week:

Jaguar – Abi

Rhino – Francesca

Tiger – Josh

Panda – Lilly


Handwriter of the week: 

Jaguar – Thomas

Rhino – Mia

Tiger – Poppy


Reader of the week:

Jaguar – Eloise

Rhino – Sienna

Tiger – Oliver

Panda – Sonny


Sports star of the week:

Jaguar – Ethan

Rhino – Ben

Panda – Ivy M






New Lunch Menu from 17th April

Please find attached the new lunch menu ready for our return on the 17th April.

Paper copies will be sent home for the fridge door but it wont be until we are back.

Myddle Summer Menu WK 3 23 Myddle Summer WK 1 23 Myddle Summer WK 2 23

Shropshire Music Services

If your child is interested in additional music sessions in school, please visit Shropshire Music Services website below:

They offer a wide range of sessions and currently in school, we have Mrs Kessel-fell taking keyboard sessions and Mr Rickard doing guitars.

Clubs Letters

Club letters were sent out on Monday that didn’t include the Singing, Spanish & Gardening clubs. Please disregard this letter. A new club letter has been raised, sent home on the 29th March and a copy of this is attached. Please note the dates that the club runs and also the end time as some clubs finish at 4pm and not 4:15pm.

To secure a place on a club, payment is required via School Gateway.

Please could parents, whose children are attending Little Angels OR allowed to walk home (Jaguar Class), email to let school know.

If you have any questions please give school a ring on 01939 290834.

Club Letter


Rhino Class – important update

We just wanted to let Rhino class and families know that Miss Beauchamp is going to be teaching the class for 2 weeks from 20th April. The class are very familiar with Miss Beauchamp as she already has them two days a week, so this will keep the learning and routines very consistent for them. Mr Glover needs to take some time at home to support his wife who is having a major operation for this period of time. I know you will join me to wish him and his wife all the best with the operation and her on-going treatment for breast cancer.

Myddle Muddle 2023

This years event was a massive success, very muddy but lots of positive feedback from the runners who took part.

The final figure raised by the PTA was £2808.70 which is amazing.

Special thanks must go to the Myddle Muddle committee members, all busy parents who gave up their free time to pull this event together. Thank you to:

Mr Brinkler
Mrs Price
Mrs Hazell
Mrs Jones
Mrs Smith
Mrs Good
and last but definitely not least Mrs Cooke.

Roll on now to Myddle Muddle 2024!!