Newsletter week beginning 17/10/2016

Newsletter 7
18th October 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,


Wednesday 19th Parents’ evening 4-6pm
Thursday 20th Parents’ evening 4-7pm
Friday 21st Finish for half term at 3:20pm
Monday 31st School reopens at 8:50am
Tuesday 15th Individual and family photographs.
Thursday 1st Hazel Grove Baptist Church puppet assembly.
Tuesday 6th Year 5 trips to Bramall Hall.
Friday 9th Friends’ Christmas Fair.
Monday 12th Years 3 & 4 to the panto at Stockport Plaza.
Wednesday 14th “Dogs, Law and Democracy” workshop for Year 6.
Friday 16th National Christmas Jumper Day.
Tuesday 20th Year 4 Christmas play to parent afternoon & evening – times to be confirmed.
Years 5 & 6 to the panto at The Lowry.
Wednesday 21st Year 3 Christmas play/carols/recorders to parents 2:30pm
Thursday 22nd Talent show and Christmas parties; term ends at 3:20pm

Secondary open days
Please remember that applications for secondary school places must be completed online via the council website. The deadline is October 31st 2016.
Future open days that I have received dates for:
Stockport Grammar School open mornings – Saturday 12th November, 10am-12noon

Transition athletics tournament
Congratulations to our team of Year 6 children that took part in the Stockport schools athletics transition tournament last week. This was comprised of some of the secondary schools and their feeder primary schools. There were some exceptional performances from both the boys and the girls and Mr Elias was very proud of the way the children represented the school. Well done 
The children who took part were Izzy C, Kira B, Lucy B, Faye H, Scott S, Harry W, Will A and Michael S.

The teachers have been absolutely blown away by the overall high standard and unique nature of some of the projects that have been created using the new homework matrix. It is a pleasure to see children choosing to extend their learning in practical and creative ways. Thank you for sharing these with us 

Poppy Appeal
This year there are poppies, stickers and wristbands being sold in school commencing Wednesday,
19th October at break times and lunch times. If your child would like make a purchase a poppy, I suggest a minimum donation of 10p for the stickers, 20p for poppies and 50p for wristbands.

Celebration and achievement assembly
This year we are holding our “Celebration and achievement” assembly on a Friday morning. We still love to see what the children have achieved outside school so please bring in certificates, trophies and medals to share with us.
Certificates were presented last Friday to:

Y6E – Scott for showing excellent athleticism and speed for his team at the Athletics transition match and representing his school very well.
Y6E – Faye for not only working very hard in lessons to achieve great things but also for showing great determination in her races at the Athletics transition match.
Y6P – Kris for producing a simply fantastic WWI shoe box trench and demonstrating fantastic team work skills.
Y6P – Will for always putting a smile on Miss Paterson’s face and giving 100% effort at all times.
Y6W – Makinde for acting on advice, listening to feedback and going that extra mile with his writing.
Y6W – Olivia for putting that extra effort into her writing and showing what a creative writer she is.
Y5JP – Grace for her agility and skills when showing different ways of travelling in gymnastics.
Y5JP – Rebekah for her explanation of the solar system when participating in a news broadcast during science.
Y5LW – Rebecca for being really brave when performing in front of the class, which is something that Rebecca gets really nervous about.
Y5LW – Logan for his super work in maths when working on Roman numerals.
Y5SD – Mia for always applying herself well in lessons and working hard on independent tasks.
Y5SD – Luca for an improved attitude to learning and being respectful.
Y4Ha – Tyina for being a fantastic friend to Katie during her first week at Nevill Road.
Y4Ha – Maddison for always helping those around her and showing a fantastic attitude in class.
Y4Hu – Lola for a wonderful Greek vase design painted with precision and care.
Y4Hu – Charlie for taking pride and great care to produce a beautiful Greek vase design.
Y4W – Michael for a magnificent painting of a Greek vase.
Y4W – Georgia for writing a great report about the Scooter Fit session, full of fronted adverbials.
Y3D – George for writing an amazing poem about autumn with his partner and including excellent vocabulary.
Y3D – Daisy for writing an amazing poem with her partner and including amazing vocabulary.
Y3K – Alfie for showing more resilience and great determination in maths.
Y3K – Olivia for a very special homework indeed – baking a wonderful cake with the face of Tutankhamun.
Y3R – Beau for being a superstar helper and always being willing to do jobs around the classroom.
Y3R – Chloe for her hard working attitude and always wanting to complete the extra challenges.

Congratulations to Y3K who had 100% attendance for last week.
I am delighted that whole school attendance for this year to date is 97%  well done to everyone.

If you have not yet downloaded our ParentApp please do try to. We send all communications via this and all letters are also uploaded onto it. The App runs on most phones and is free to download from the App store. Search for “Nevill Road Schools”.
Information is also available on the school website

Best wishes,

Miss Sheila Harrison


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