Newsletter week beginning 24/03/14

Dear Parents/Carers,

Thought of the Week
I can be a good friend and include others in my games.

The following children received certificates in assembly today:

Y6H – Raphie for always working hard and showing resilience.
Y6H – Olivia for excellent focus and effort in maths.
Y6R – Natalie for always working hard and trying her best in every lesson and helping other children when working as part of a group or with her talking partner.
Y6R – Lucas for working hard in Literacy, during Big Writing, to organise his ideas more carefully.
Y5C – Melody for welcoming Mr Cardwell back to school with a big smile.
Y5C – Seny for drawing a brilliant picture of a car and winning the class art competition.
Y5K – James for fantastic running during our Year 5 Sports Relief challenge.
Y5K – Kian for hard work and his helpful nature.
Y5W – Oliwia for always paying attention and being ready to work – even when the class are rehearsing.
Y5W – Eleanor for being so enthusiastic and working so hard to learn her part for the play and for putting 100% into all rehearsals.
Y4J – Claudia for getting really involved and asking some fantastic questions on the trip to Chester.
Y4J – Evie for creating a fantastic plan for a science fiction story and retelling it using some imaginative words and phrases.
Y4N – Lucas for some excellent writing using time connectives and topic vocabulary.
Y4N – Catherine for always trying her best and helping other class mates.
Y4W – Robert for fantastic maths and brilliant mental methods in maths.
Y4W – Charlie for always doing his best and lining up beautifully all the time.
Y3LW – Callum for trying hard to achieve his targets and improve his work.
Y3LW – Annabel for always behaving in a reliable and trustworthy manner.
Y3M – Harris for being organised and ready to learn promptly.
Y3M – Bella S for trying hard with her times tables.
Y3P – Faye for creating an excellent group adventure story and recording it on the iPod.
Y3P – Matilda for creating an excellent group adventure story and recording it on the iPod.

Attendance:
Well done to classes Y3LW and Y6H 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.

Congratulations to the following children who have received House Point certificates:
Y3M: Libby and Isobel W (200)
Y3P: Matilda and Lewis (200); Eddie, Sienna and Keanna (300).
Y6H: Joe (100), Daniel (200), Lydia (300) and Josh G (600).

Rugby
On Thursday 20th March, 10 of our Year 6 children took part in the Tag Rugby Festival at Bradshaw Hall Primary School. Although they didn’t make it into the knock-out rounds they enjoyed the experience and were a credit to the school.
Congratulations to all the children who received certificates in assembly this morning:
Toro, Oliver F, Reece, Libby, Alex, Aidan, Hugo, Megan, Will and Holly J.

Football
The A and B teams are playing at Norbury Hall this Thursday. All supporters are very welcome to attend.

Rights and Responsibilities
While your children are in school we do everything we possibly can to keep them safe and to teach them about respect and the importance of following rules. On our school Code of Conduct we highlight that for every right there is a responsibility that they need to adhere to.
With this in mind we would ask that you model this in your approach to parking sensibly and safely around school, following the rules of the Highway Code and showing respect for other people and their rights.

Unfortunately there are still 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 continue to monitor the situation and have asked for help from the police and traffic wardens.

Parental Engagement Activities
This term the year groups/classes would like to invite you to the following activities/events:

Year 6 – year group assembly by both classes on Thursday 3rd April 9-9:30am in the school hall.
Year 5 – performances of The Peace Child on Thursday 3rd April at 2:30pm and 7pm (exact times to be confirmed following rehearsals).
Year 4 – all 3 classes will be making Roman armour in their classrooms on Friday 28th March from 1:30pm.
Y3M – class assembly in the classroom on Friday 4th April 9-9:20am.
Y3P – activities in the classroom linked to “The Stone Age” on Thursday 27th March from 2:30pm.
Y3LW –share children’s “Lonely Jaguar” books & other stories in the classroom, Thursday 27th March 3pm.

Sport Relief day
Thank you to everyone who raised money for Sport Relief by running or walking a mile on Friday 21st March.
Once you have collected all the sponsorship money please send it into school. Any cheques should be made payable to ‘Sport Relief 2014 (Schools)’.

NUT day of strike action
You may have seen in the news that the NUT is planning a day of strike action on Wednesday 26th March.
I am pleased to let you know that both the Infant and Junior Schools will be fully open on that day.

Friends’ of Nevill Road
There is a meeting of the Friends in the Infant school hall on Wednesday 26th March at 9am.
Everyone is very welcome to attend.

School Dinners
Thank you to all parents who have adopted the new Dinner System and paid every Monday morning. Regrettably, however, there has been a lapse in payments and the school are now owed £276.60 in unpaid dinner monies. Please may I remind you that Dinner Order Forms are sent home with the children every Friday and they must be returned on Monday morning with the dinner order for that week/term, together with payment.

Best wishes,

Miss Sheila Harrison
Headteacher

 

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