Newsletter week beginning 18/11/13

Dear Parents/Carers,

The following children received certificates in assembly today:

Y6H – Oscar for supporting and including others at playtime. He was nominated by another child in the class who appreciated his kindness.
Y6H – Toro for excellent contributions to the discussion about wartime propaganda posters.
Y6R – Matthew for always trying his best and working hard in every lesson.
Y6R – Ellie for supporting and including other children at playtimes.
Y5C – Niyah for showing excellent catching and throwing skills in cricket.
Y5C – Sol for always being a kind and helpful member of the class.
Y5K – Miliani for her consistently wonderful writing and for always trying her hardest.
Y5K – Ella for her hard work and excellent contribution to lessons last week.
Y5W – Alex for giving 100% in all his work and writing a super story map retelling the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur.
Y5W – Charlie for writing a fantastic fable using the success criteria and for working really hard to improve his own work.
Y4J – Katie for generating some fantastic descriptive phrases to describe her beast.
Y4J – Jake for a much improved attitude towards his work and coming up with some fantastic phrases to describe his beast.
Y4P – Abaigeal for being such a helpful and generous member of Y4P.
Y4P – Adam for giving a fantastic explanation of why the bulb lit up in a circuit that he had made.
Y4W – Ben for a great list of ideas for describing a beast from a story set in an imaginary world.
Y4W – Scarlett for consistently including others in games at playtimes.
Y3LW – Drew for making the right choices.
Y3LW – Harrison for being a good friend and working hard in class.
Y3M – Libby for listening carefully and always trying hard to do what has been asked of her.
Y3M – Reece for trying really hard in Literacy and writing good instructions.
Y3P – James for achieving his target by using paragraphs in his writing.
Y3P – Ben for displaying an excellent gymnastic sequence, which demonstrated different methods of travelling.

Congratulations to the following children who have already earned house points this term:
Ethan Y3P (100) Edward Y3P (100)
James Y3P (100)
Luke Y3P (100) William Y3P (100)
Faith Y4P (100)
Abaigeal Y4P (100) Louie Y4P (200)
Sumire Y4P (200)
Louie Y4P (200) Jasmine Y4P (300)
Ellie Y6R (100)
Sophie Y6R (100) Harry Y6R (100)
Adam Y6R (100)

Attendance
Well done to classes Y4P and Y4W who had 99.2% 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.

Children in Need Day
Thank you to everyone who came to school dressed in pyjamas, onesies or something spotty!! It was lovely to see so many people dressed up – and to be joined by lots of teddies 
Also a huge thank you to all the donations for the café – your support for these events is really appreciated. The café made an amazing £165.61 while we collected £262.94 in donations from the children, giving a total of £428.55. This will be split equally between Children in Need and Millie’s Trust.

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.

Good as New Uniform Sale
Friends will once again be holding a Good as New Uniform Sale at the Christmas Fair. A box is in the Reception area – all donations are welcome. Thank you.

Year 6 Maths competition
Congratulations to our team of 4 Year 6 mathematicians who took part in a problem solving competition last week. They are one of two teams who have made it through to the next round, which takes place on Wednesday 27th November.

November dates
Wednesday 20th – 6pm meeting about the Year 6 trip.
Friday 22nd – non-uniform day – please donate chocolate for the Christmas Fair chocolate tombola.
Friday 22nd – both Year 6 classes will be receiving First Aid training from St John’s Ambulance Service.
Monday 25th – 9:15-10:15am – e-safety event in the school hall.
Friday 29th – non-uniform day – please donate bottles for the Christmas Fair bottle stall.
Friday 29th – the Christmas Fair will start at 5pm. We will be using both the Infant and Junior schools.

Thought for the Week
This week is National Anti-bullying Week and the theme is:
“The future is ours – safe, fun and connected.”

We will be focussing on this in sessions in classes throughout the week.

Best wishes,

Miss Sheila Harrison
Headteacher

 

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