Newsletter week beginning 15/06/15

Dear Parents/Carers,

June: Tuesday 16th – Year 3 to Chester Zoo
Thursday 25th – whole school taking part in the Skip4life challenge afternoon
Friday 26th – School Sports Day (morning)

July: Thursday 2nd – Y6 induction day at Bramhall High School
Friday 3rd – Friends’ of Nevill Road Summer Fair 4pm
Thursday 9th – school music concert 7pm – details to follow
Friday 10th – end of year reports to go out
Wednesday 15th – Year 6 residential to the Lake District
Wednesday 22nd – Year 6 play to parents, times probably 2pm & 7pm
Friday 24th – Leavers’ assembly 2:30pm
– school closes for the summer 3:20pm

Any further events will be added to newsletters and on the school website.

Hot Dinners
As we approach the end of the school year it is important that our accounts are up to date. With this in mind, we are currently owed £839.30 for dinners. Could I please ask that all arrears are cleared as a matter of urgency. There is too much Admin time being taken up chasing these arrears, so may I remind you that hot dinners are to be paid for in advance on Monday mornings.

Term dates for 2015-2016
Term dates for the next academic year have been sent out and are on the school website.
Please note that Easter falls within the Spring term – we are in for 4 days after Easter Monday before breaking up for the holidays, so please be careful if booking a holiday for that time.

Please remember that school starts at 8:50am with registers closing at 9am. Any child who arrives after 9am will have that session marked as an “unauthorised absence” and this WILL impact on their overall attendance figure for the term. The office staff work from 8:30am until 4pm (3:30pm on a Friday) and there is an answerphone at all other times so that you can leave a message regarding any absences.

Sainsburys Active Kids Vouchers
If you have any Sainsburys Vouchers, could you please send them into school by Friday, 19th June.

Skipping Ropes
Following our successful Skipping Workshop yesterday, if you or your child would like to purchase a skipping rope, please complete the order form sent out on 9th June and return to school by Friday, 26th June 2015.

Good work assembly will be held on Wednesday 17th June this week due to the whole school skipping workshop taking place on Monday 15th.
Certificates will be awarded to the following children:

Y6R – James G for working well as part of a group in science, planning and carrying out an investigation.
Y6R – Darragh for working really hard during a topic lesson to design a holiday brochure.
Y6S – Freya for working hard to complete a brochure page to encourage people to visit the Lake District.
Y6S – Ethan for excellent work in practical science, being a good team player.
Y6W – Miliani for her hard work and dedication to learning her lines for both of her plays.
Y6W – Daniel E for his fantastic contributions during science investigations.
Y5C – Jacob for showing so much enthusiasm in cricket and hitting some great shots.
Y5C – Cholila for some excellent work in English during the Treasure Island topic.
Y5L – Amelie for showing wonderful progress with her French and being able to help others.
Y5L – Robert for showing amazing skills and team work during lacrosse.
Y5P – Sam M for always being polite to others and setting a good example to the rest of the class.
Y5P – Hannah J for always being kind, happy and energetic and always wanting to help others.
Y4H – Owen for making many more contributions to both small and large group discussions.
Y4H – Shawan for showing excellent throwing and catching skills in cricket.
Y4K – Scott for accurate and beautifully presented topic work.
Y4K – Isaac for showing great knowledge and enthusiasm during discussions about producers, predators and prey.
Y4S – Connor B for his investigation work on catapults.
Y4S – Isabelle D for her positive attitude towards her learning and her willingness to help others.
Y3L – Arda for settling in to his new class and making new friends.
Y3L – Olivia F for producing a fantastic piece of writing.
Y3LW – Joshua McI for his great skills in tennis.
Y3LW – Emily for her fantastic team work and attitude during the Eiffel Tower project.
Y3M – Devdas for always being so helpful, seeing jobs that need doing and getting on with them without being asked.
Y3M – Daniel for having a good attitude and always being ready to learn.

Congratulations to Mrs Middleton’s class, Y3M, who had the best attendance last week with 98.7%.

The following children have been awarded certificates for earning another 100 house points:
Y3LW: Archie, Daisy, Adam, Charlie A, Lauren, Charlotte, Aaliyah, Kamryn, Lucy, Natasha,
Jack, Mia T and Ahmed
Y4H: Thomas, Tilly and Isabella R

Best wishes,

Miss Sheila Harrison


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