The following children received certificates in assembly today:
Y6H – Alex for being a hardworking, conscientious member of the class and always striving to produce her best.
Y6H – Olivia for taking lots of care and attention and producing a wonderful drawing of her evacuee bag.
Y6R – Libby for designing a brilliant WW2 room during an ICT lesson.
Y6R – Rory for always coming into class quietly, settling down quickly and working hard.
Y5C – Daniel for working well in a group during a maths activity.
Y5C – Rebecca for being such a reliable class monitor.
Y5K – Leo for writing much more during Literacy lessons, using similes and metaphors too.
Y5K – Emma for super use of metaphors and similes in her poems.
Y5W – Summer for being a real star in Literacy, working so well with a partner, trying her hardest and writing a super riddle.
Y5W – Sophie for always being so kind and caring and for looking after and supporting others.
Y4J – Sully for becoming a popular and helpful member of 4J.
Y4J – The whole of Mrs Jordan’s class for giving Miss Styan the pleasure of teaching them.
Y4P – Erin for her outstanding topic work on Ancient Egypt.
Y4P – Sam for being exceedingly helpful in all PE lessons – doing fantastic demonstrations, always being willing to help set up and tidy away equipment.
Y4W – Lucy for working very well with her partner on our news report topic in Literacy.
Y4W – Christopher for coming up with a fantastic idea for a headline: “Owner of Dalmatians goes Dotty!”
Y3LW – Thomas for writing an excellent set of instructions including all the success criteria.
Y3LW – Abi for excellent art work during the class parent event.
Y3M – Ellie for taking a responsible attitude to carrying out tasks.
Y3M – Harris for working well with other people and for some great moves in Dance.
Y3P – Caitlin for always working sensibly and supportively with different people.
Y3P – Eamon for excellent bar chart work in Mathematics.
Congratulations to the following children who have already earned 100 house points this term:
Abigail (Y3P) Tianna (Y6R) Layla (Y6R)
Lucy (Y6R) Joe (Y6R) Josie (Y6H)
Toro (Y6H) Lydia (Y6H) Raphie (Y6H)
Also congratulations to Joshua and William, both in Y6H, who have already earned 200 house points this term.
Well done to class Y4P who had 100% 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.
Poppies will continue to be sold in school this week. If your child would like to purchase a poppy, a minimum donation of at least 20p is recommended.
Well done to the football team who played against cup holders, Lower Park, last Tuesday, 29th October. Unfortunately they lost 1-0 but Mr Lane was extremely proud of the team and their performance.
Morrisons’ “Let’s Grow” Vouchers
These vouchers have now stopped being issued, however we have until the end of November to collect them up and send them in for processing. Please could you have a look at home and send in any vouchers you may have lying around by Monday 25th November? Many thanks.
Children in Need Day
The School Council have agreed that for Children in Need Day this year people should come to school wearing pyjamas, onesies or something spotty. Teddies are very welcome for the day too
Each child is asked to bring a minimum of 50p to donate to charity and the children have requested that the money raised be split between Children in Need and Millie’s Trust. Millie’s Trust is aimed at raising awareness of paediatric first aid and was founded in memory of a 9 month old girl who died from a choking incident at her nursery just over a year ago. The children have also asked if they can run a café at the end of the day selling cakes and biscuits to raise more money. Any cake donations should be sent into school on the morning of November 15th. Thank you.
Monday 11th – the Halle project culminates with a concert to parents at Bramhall High School at 6:30pm.
Tuesday 12th – Mrs Humphreys is taking 4 of our Year 6 Mathematicians to a competition during the school day.
Friday 15th – Children in Need day
Monday 18th – all Year 5 will be taking part in a hockey training session at Bramhall High School 9:30am.
Wednesday 20th – there is a meeting for Year 6 parents at 6pm about the residential trip next summer.
Monday 25th – the e-safety event takes place in the school hall between 9:15am and 10:15am.
Friday 29th – School Christmas Fair
Monday 2nd – choir to St. George’s Church 1pm for a rehearsal; concert at 7:30pm.
Wednesday 5th – Year 5 trip to Bramall Hall
Monday 9th – choir to sing at Hazel Grove swimming pool between 4pm and 6pm.
Wednesday 11th – last swimming session for Year 4s.
Year 5 and 6 parental involvement activities will be held this week – dates and times to be confirmed.
Monday 16th – Year 4 Christmas play to parents 2pm and 7pm*
Tuesday 17th – Year 6 trip to Stockport Air-raid Shelters.
Tuesday 17th – Year 3 Christmas concert to parents 9:30am and 2:30pm.*
*times may change once the lengths of the performances are known.
Christmas lunch and the Christmas parties will be held this week – dates and times to be confirmed.
If you have any queries please contact the relevant teacher (not the school office) for more details.
Thought for the Week (linked to our PSHE theme) I can help other people.
Miss Sheila Harrison