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Weekly news 29th September

Weekly News

29th September

Our Special Award Assembly recognises children who have worked exceptionally hard or have achieved something special.

This week, Award certificates were given to…

 

Khloe Castro-Rocha                               Mansirat Kaur

Renell Williams                                         Saihaan Ali

Francis Szczepanik                                  Jack Elgy

Casey McDonald                                     Muteen Muhammad

Erin Hughes                                              Leah Nowicka

Amelia Lam                                               Eden Williams

Kuba Zarzycki                                          Annabel Desir

Ava Carpenter                                         Chloe Mahony-Langdon

Devon Jones                                             Rahaan Mason-Khan

 

We also have a celebration assembly that recognises excellent work in Literacy and Writing.

Star Writer certificates were awarded to

 

Tasbeeha Munir Sadie Davis

Liam Parsons Iman Shezad

Nana Appiah- Nuamah Loris Blagoev

 

These children have put fantastic effort into their homework this week.

 

Robert Cosovan

 

 

Class Attendance – Absence figures for this week

Triangle                          Orange 18                          Blue 8

Circle                              Yellow 7                            Red 2

Square                             Purple 34                          Gold 7

Well Done Red Class. You will have Fluffy, our class bear for the week.

These children celebrated a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday to

Saskia Murdock                               Anna-leece Walker

Joshua Agadzi                                  Jack Elgy

Safwan Islam

 

This week’s news.

  • Year 2 children have had the opportunity this week to try their hand at Archery. It is amazing how accurate and skilful some of the children are! Doody, a circus skills trainer has been coming to the school for many years now and has an amazing rapport with the children. Look out for the circus skills workshop that will be run for the children later in the year.
  • Our youngest group of reception children are now in school full time and seem to be very settled and happy.
  • The Literacy Family Learning programme started this week and was very well attended. The children love the time spent working with their parent and the parents get the chance to see how their children learn at school, and to develop their own literacy skills. There will be more Family Learning programmes coming up during the year.

 

 

Next Week.

  • There will be a curriculum afternoon for all year 1 and 2 parents. We invite you to come in to work with your child in the classroom. See your newsletter for details.
  • We are being assessed for our 5th Green Flag award on Tuesday. The Eco team will take the assessor round our grounds and talk about our Eco work.
  • Some year 2 parents have been invited to have lunch with their child on Tuesday. Sorry if you were not chosen. We would love to have had you all!
  • Animal Edutainment will be visiting year 2 on Thursday. The children get to learn about and hold some very unusual animals! (They will be back to year 1 and year R later this year).
  • The PTA (Parent Teacher Association) are inviting all interested parents to an informal coffee and chat in the family room on Thursday at 2.30pm. It will give you the chance to find out more without committing yourself.
  • Dad, Uncles, Grandads – Saturday Play Zone is for male relatives and children in the family room from 10am-12pm. Spend a couple of hours chatting to other dads, joining in fun games and activities with your children. Let Mandy and Zoe know if you wish to come along.

 

 

If you have any questions or worries about supporting your child in their homework, please speak to the class teacher.

Please make sure all clothes, PE kit, coat, hat, shoes etc. are labelled with child’s name!

Please can I ask parents to walk their children to school if possible.

If you are driving, please do not park across resident’s driveways or on the pavement as this puts the children in danger!

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