Earl Spencer Primary School coffee mornings are up and running!
We will be hosting Coffee mornings twice a month, with each coffee morning including ways to really help support your child's learning at school, parenting advice and support and information about a wide range of things from safety to mindfulness and more!
We have lots of fun and interesting ideas already organised for future coffee mornings including some guest speakers. If you have any skills, ideas or anything you would like to share then please let Mrs Jo James or Mrs Leanne Russell know and we would love you to get you involved.
Look out for our new board with information about upcoming coffee mornings!!
Our first Coffee morning 'Kit Kat and a chit chat' was a great success, thank you to everyone that attended!
7th November 2018 - Healthy Eating
Thank you to everyone that came along to this weeks 'Healthy Eating Coffee morning'. We all had great fun playing games, including a quick game of Bingo and we were all shocked when we played the 'are you sugar savvy game'....definitely gave us something to think about!! We hope you little ones enjoyed tasting our delicious hidden vegetable sauce, for those of you that didn't make it have a look below at the recipe we all tried and some of the shocking facts we learnt about sugar content!
Thursday 6th December -Festive Crafts
Thank you to everyone that came along to our festive coffee morning this week.
Look out for more craft sessions with June and Shirley early next year!
Wednesday January 16th - Chloe Walters, healthy lifestyle advisor
Thankyou to everyone that came along to our ‘Healthy coffee morning’ last week. Parents were able to meet with Chloe Walters our healthy living advisor and get tips and hints on how to stay healthy! Lots of you took the opportunity to sign up for our FREE healthy eating cooking lessons starting after the February half term (details below) We still have a few places available so please let us know if you would like to sign up or would like more information.
Children's mental health week 7th February - Kate Forder, Children's mental health nurse
Thankyou to everyone that came along to our 'Children's mental health coffee morning' It was really great to hear so many of you asking questions and getting advice...lots of parents have said it helped them feel like they are not alone and parents share the same issues!
Our next coffee morning will be held on Thursday 7th March, when we have a parent that has offered to come in and show us how to make homemade bread! She will be bringing in samples for us to try, will be demonstrating how to make the bread and providing you all with a recipe to take home and try making your own. We look forward to seeing you all there.