Newsletter week beginning 03/02/14

Dear Parents/Carers,

The following children received certificates in assembly today:

Y6H – Oscar for being a great coach/teacher in maths.
Y6H – William for perseverance in maths when it was tough going.
Y6R – Matthew for always trying hard in maths lessons even when he finds activities difficult.
Y6R – Harry for his impressive start creating a picture in art, representing a line from The Highwayman poem.
Y5C – Kyle for showing a huge improvement in his behaviour in class.
Y5C –Nia Moi for a brilliant attitude, always working hard.
Y5K –Megan for kindness, helpfulness and for having a positive attitude towards her work.
Y5K –Mahmoud for the hard work and very positive attitude he showed last week.
Y5W – Georgia for continually being resilient and always being prepared to accept a challenge.
Y5W – Jessica for being a fantastic caring friend and always taking time to help others.
Y4J – Amy B for excellent work and putting in a huge amount of effort in literacy lessons.
Y4J – George for having a positive attitude towards all aspects of school life this week.
Y4P – Louie S for writing a brilliant description of life under the sea using some great adjectives and connectives.
Y4P – Catherine for writing a stunning description of life under the sea using some great adjectives, connectives and punctuation.
Y4W – Charlie for consistently accepting challenges in maths lessons.
Y4W – Olivia B’y for writing in a lively and entertaining style; always thinking about the reader.
Y3LW – Izzy B for always being ready to learn and showing a good attitude at all times.
Y3LW – Scott for trying hard to improve his writing.
Y3M – Harry for demonstrating great mental calculation strategies in maths.
Y3M –Isabelle D for showing great interest, enthusiasm and independence in her learning.
Y3P – Will for working hard to meet his target on joined up handwriting.
Y3P – Luke H for following the structure and including openers in his rainforest report.

Attendance:
Well done to class Y3P who had 99.3% attendance last week.
If your child is not in school for any reason, please phone the school office to let us know. The answer machine is on from 4:00pm until 8:30am so it is always possible to leave a message.

Congratulations to the following children who have received House Point certificates:
Y3P: Keanna (200), Lucy (200), Milky (200), Sienna (200), Abigail (200), Ethan (200) and Eddie (200).
Y4W: Amelie (200), Olivia B’k (200), Olivia B’y (200), Nicholas (200), Ben K (200), Christopher (200), Robert (200) and Hud (200).
Y6H: Harry (100) and Will (400)
Y6R: Josh H (100), Josh C (100), Layla (200), Natalie (200), Megan (200), Rory (200) and Kaitlyn (200).

Friends’ of Nevill Road meeting
The Friends’ AGM is on Wednesday, 5th February at 7pm in the Junior School.

Parents’ evenings
Parents’ evenings will be on Monday 17th February, 4-6pm, and Thursday 20th February, 4-7pm.
A letter will be coming home with an appointment slip – please return to your child’s class teacher by Monday 10th February.

Sainsburys – Active Kids
Active Kids Vouchers will be available from Sainsbury’s stores and petrol stations commencing Wednesday, 29th January. We will be collecting these vouchers and collection boxes will be placed in the School Reception area.

Car Parking
We remind people to please park sensibly and safely around school to ensure we avoid accidents.

There are a number of parents who are continuing to park unsafely and without thought to residents. The safety of all children needs to be paramount and to ensure that this happens, we have asked for help from the police and traffic wardens.

Lost Purse
A purse was found in the school playground last week. If you have mislaid your purse please come to the School Office with details of the purse and contents. Thank you

Thought of the Week
“Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power”
Clint Eastwood, American actor, film director, producer, composer and politician.

I can try hard, respect others and maintain good self-discipline at all times.

Best wishes,

Miss Sheila Harrison
Headteacher

 

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