Newsletter week beginning 02/02/15

Dear Parents/Carers,

After an eventful couple of days at the end of last week, I am hoping that this week’s weather is less disruptive! It was lovely to see all the children out enjoying the snow on Friday and we had a huge range of snowmen dotted across the field! Miss Roberts has taken some photographs and we will put them on the website as soon as possible.
Should there be further disruption we will put any information on the school website www.nevillroadjunior.co.uk; however I am hoping that this will not be necessary.

Second hand school uniform
The Friends of Nevill Road will be running a second hand school uniform sale in the Infant school hall on Friday 6th February between 3:15pm and 4:30pm.

Healthy Lifestyle survey
Thank you to all those who returned their surveys to school. Now that we have this information we would like to set up a small working party to analyse the replies and start to work on developing ways of moving forward. If you are interested in joining governors, staff and children in this please let me know.

Friends of Nevill Road AGM
The AGM is this Wednesday, 4th February, at 7pm in the Junior school. The Friends’ sent out information last week about the posts that are up for election. These are Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and 50/50 Organiser. Please pass on any nominations to the Friends’ before Wednesday’s meeting.

Dates
February: Wednesday 4th – Friends of Nevill Road AGM at 7pm in the Junior school
Tuesday 10th – Safer Internet Day – “Let’s create a better Internet together”
Friday 13th – close for half term at 3:20pm
Monday 23rd – reopen after half term at 8:50am
Wednesday 25th – Friends of Nevill Road will be running a session after school to make
presents for Mothers’ Day – more details to follow

March: Friday 6th – dressing up for World Book Day – further details to follow
Friday 13th – dress in red for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day
– proceeds from this will be split between Comic Relief and the
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
– Friends of Nevill Road will be holding a coffee morning too
Tuesday 31st – parents’ evening 4-6pm

April: Wednesday 1st – parents’ evening 4-7pm
Thursday 2nd – close for Easter at 3:20pm

Certificates
The following children were awarded certificates in assembly today:

Y6R – Joel for contributing during PSHE lessons and showing an interest in the subjects discussed.
Y6R – Lily for being a kind and considerate member of the class who is a pleasure to teach.
Y6S – Alex for an excellent creative information page about Viking Longships.
Y6S – Freya for always working hard in maths and showing resilience.
Y6W – Sam for determination during a science experiment, keeping going through the exercises.
Y6W – Eleanor for hard work during her science experiment and working well in a group.
Y5C – George for writing an excellent news article on aliens landing on Earth!
Y5C – Charlie for drawing a fantastic symmetrical alien using his own name.
Y5L – Abigail for always working hard and showing good progress in all areas.
Y5L – Ella for working very hard in maths and showing great progress.
Y5P – Jasmine S for writing a fantastic news report and for always being ready to learn something new.
Y5P – Amy for always setting a good example to others in the school and wanting to share her riddles with the class.
Y4H – Isabella R for fantastic design work in Art.
Y4H – Ethan for expressive freeze frame work in drama to show how a character was feeling.
Y4K – Ellie for constantly challenging herself when learning about decimals in maths.
Y4K – Lewis for showing such a positive “I can” attitude in topic lessons.
Y4S – Abi for a more positive attitude towards school and her learning, and involving herself in basketball.
Y4S – Kyle for his brilliant explanation about evaporation.
Y3L – Lara for working really hard to improve her handwriting.
Y3L – Lexie for following instructions and trying her best in everything she does.
Y3LW – Jack for always trying his best in maths. Jack loves to rise to a challenge and is keen to demonstrate what he knows.
Y3LW – Tristan for showing such interest and enthusiasm in the Rocks and Soils topic – a scientist in the making!
Y3M – Katie for writing a thoughtful letter during English.
Y3M – Gabriel for being so enthusiastic about our topic and researching independently at home.

House Point certificates
This year we will be awarding certificates every time a child receives 100 house points.
This week the following children have received certificates:
Y4H: Amie, Jake, Harry, Keanna, Beth, Freddie and Kian
Y5L: Louie
Y6S: Emma

School office hours
Please note that staff work in the school office from 8:30am until 4pm (Monday-Thursday) or 3:30pm (Friday). The answer machine is on during the times that the office is unmanned as teachers are busy preparing in their classrooms before school, and marking work or in staff meetings after school. Please leave a message and we will get back to you.

Best wishes,
Miss Sheila Harrison
Headteacher

 

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