Newsletter 27 November


Dear Parent/Guardian,

As you know Buckinghamshire will be in tier 2 when lockdown ends next week. This will mean that we do not have to make any changes as a school and will carry on following the protocols which were set up at the beginning of term. This means that the children will continue to be in class bubbles and 2 outdoor bubbles. The arrangements for the beginning and end of the day will be the same, and we do ask that you continue to socially distance and keep your children with you at all times. Please can you ensure that you follow the tier 2 rules and do not socialise unnecessarily outside of school as we want to keep our school community as safe as possible to ensure that we can stay open to Christmas and beyond.


We would like to congratulate the following children for demonstrating our school value of “compassion” and receiving the certificates last week. YR-Jack, Y1-Jack, Y2-Bea, Y3-Fergus, Y4-Flo, Y5-William, Y6-Octavia.

School website

Please can we draw your attention to the school website. A new section for Forest School has been added as well as some other updates

Amazon Wish List

We have now set up a wish list on Amazon of books and resources which we are in need of. Should you wish to, you can purchase some resources for the school. We would be really grateful for any help you feel you could give. Please use the link


We are pleased to inform you that Mr Tom Duggan has been appointed to the governing body as the LA governor.

Easy Fundraising

Please remember that if you are ordering online many companies will donate a percentage of the cost to our school if you go through Easyfundraising. It is at no cost to you but benefits the school. Go to and register to donate to North Marston C E School

Food allergies

Please be mindful that we have children in school with nut allergies. We ask that you do not put items with nuts or nut products into lunchboxes. Any break time snack which KS2 children bring must be fresh fruit or vegetables.


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Best Wishes,

Cathy Gouldstone and Lucy Kent

Our value for this term is compassion.