Nether Green Infant School

Weekly News Page 

Friday 22nd December 2023

Headteacher's Welcome

We have certainly had a fun filled festive week in school this week!  

The Choir excelled themselves on Tuesday, performing brilliantly - I was incredibly proud of all of them! The children had a great time at their parties and have also been very busy creating some fabulous Christmas crafts. 

I would like to thank you all for all of your support. We have had a fantastic term in school - the children have made so much progress, are very settled and I am very proud of all of them. Thank you also for your generosity; both in cards and gifts to staff and also with the Amazon wish list. 

Have a fabulous Christmas and very happy New Year and we will see you all back on Monday 8th January 2024! 


Thank you so much for all your continued support this term. It means that we've been able to start work on the sensory wellbeing garden which, weather permitting, will continue over the Christmas break. We're really hopeful it will be a wonderful space for all the kids to enjoy come the Spring! 
We've ended this term with a wonderfully Christmassy week serving refreshments at the Choir Concert and then being Santa's right hand elves during his visit to school on Wednesday. It was so lovely to see all the children so wide-eyed and to hear all the questions they asked him! We hope they all enjoyed it and liked the early gifts they brought home.
Reminder too of our Christmas tree recycling event on Saturday 6th January which is taking place 10am-2pm outside the school. It's £7 per tree which includes a contribution to the PTAs of both the Infants and the Juniors. We'd be ever so grateful if you could help spread the word amongst friends, family and neighbours.
Our next PTA meeting will take place on Tuesday 16th January 2024 at 7.45pm. It's a super friendly group and every little bit of help makes a massive difference so we'd love to see you there.
Messages from the Office

School Dinners -  Winter Menu

W/c 8th Jan is week 2.


Thurs 11th Jan - Reception Gingerbread Man Workshop via ParentPay

Extra-Curricular Clubs in January 

We have a couple of remaining places in the following clubs which can be booked via ParentPay. 

  • Gymnastics
  • Yoga

All clubs start during week 1 except for FabLab which starts in week 2. 

Please remember that if you are unable to book a club because it is full you can email the office and be added to the waiting list for next term. 


Follow this link to find out all the updates from the NHS Sheffield Team. 

Sheffield Parent Mail 

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Huge Thanks to everyone who donated via the Amazon Wishlist...we have some very happy staff in school!!

Dates for the Diary

Please see attached the Parent Calendar for this year. Please take a few minutes to take note of dates including INSET and holiday dates, Parents' Evenings, Parent workshops to find out about learning in school and performances.  

Notes about the calendar: 'Fourth Friday' - every 4th Friday that the children are in school parents will be invited into classrooms from when they open at 8:40am until when the bell rings at 8:55am - this is now oped to all yea groups. 


Fri 22nd DecLast day of school term

Sat 6th Jan - PTA Christmas tree recycling

Mon 8th Jan - First day of Spring Term

Tues 16th Jan - 7:45pm PTA Meeting

Fri 19th Jan8:40am - 9.10am Fourth Friday - all parents are invited to look at books in classrooms 

Wed 7th Feb - 8:40am - 9:30am Maths Open Morning - all parents welcome

Mon 12th Feb - Half Term

School Term Dates 2023-24

Community News & Events

Sheffield Parenting Whats On Guide - Winter 24

Kids Love Yoga Camp (ages 4-10)

Kids Love Yoga are running a Kids Yoga Holiday Camp in the festive holiday at 74th Oak Street Scout Hut, Meersbrook S8 on Wednesday 3rd January 2024. £25 per day plus a 10% sibling discount with code SIBLING10.

See dates (full days 9am-3.30pm) and book here: Kids Yoga Holiday Camp - 3rd January 2024

The Big Ambition - Survey
Deadline extended to 19th January 2024  
We have been contacted by the Children's Commissioner for England Dame Rachel De Souza and asked to share this survey with parents.
Message from the commisioner...

'I want to ensure that the voices of all children in the Yorkshire and the Humber area are fairly represented in the findings so that I can share their views with the most senior members of the country.

I must reiterate that it is vital that all children have their voice heard through this survey because, as Children’s Commissioner for England, I have a statutory duty to protect and promote the views and interests of children. The Big Ambition provides a much-needed opportunity for the children of England to tell political decision makers what is important to them ahead of the General Election. I will be sharing their responses with Government to ensure that children’s voices are heard.'

Complete the Survey


Notes from the Teachers 

Foundation Stage

The Weekly Newsletter is available on the school website by following this link: Reception Weekly Newsletter

Stumperlowe Park Road
S10 3QP

0114 2304094