Newsletter 24: 27th March 2015
‘The best that I can be’
Dear Parents/ Carers,
Well done to our football team for winning 5-3 against St. Patrick’s on Wednesday afternoon. They have worked really hard to get to this point and we are very proud of them. Taylor and Spencer were Men of the Match.
Dame Tipping CSI
The children in Class 2 had a fantastic day playing the part of Crime Scene Investigators yesterday. Mr. Harris (an ex-police officer whose children used to attend Dame Tipping) set up the Crime Scene and the children had to use their forensic skill to solve the crime…
Britain at War by Kerys Walton
Yesterday we went to the Imperial War Museum. We saw lots of sculptures from World Wars 1 and 2 and also found out secrets about the German air force (Luftwaffe).
Lent games concluded this week. The children have really impressed me with how well they organised and ran their games. We will let you know how much has been raised once all the money has been counted.
Friends of Dame Tipping
The Friends have a new email address: email@example.com . Please email this address if you have queries about any Friends events, if you need information about up and coming meetings, or any other questions about the Friends of Dame Tipping.
Next Term’s Clubs
The clubs timetable has been completed and will be on the website for you to view very soon. Mrs. Hood has tried to accommodate requests from children, although we couldn’t quite manage to organise the facilities for Scuba diving! Clubs will begin on the second week back after the holidays.
Havering are running a wide variety of activities over the Easter Holidays. Visit www.havering.gov.uk/holidayactivities for more information.
Please be vigilant and contact the relevant authorities if you see anything suspicious around the school, or whilst your children are playing during the holidays. As you will be aware, there have been incidences of adults attempting to snatch children in Havering recently.
We have been made aware that quite a few children have been accessing inappropriate Youtube clips and playing 15 and 18 rated games. Please think about your child’s emotional and mental welfare before allowing them to do this. Games and films have age restrictions for a reason.
From time to time, local businesses (such as Karate and Drama clubs) ask us to take leaflets for them and distribute them. Please be aware that we are not endorsing these businesses and it is parents’ responsibility to check that those providing services have the appropriate checks and are safe to work with children. Of course, all adults who work and volunteer within the school have the appropriate enhanced checks. We would appreciate it if parents did not send children into school with adverts/business cards to hand out to their friends. Thank you for your co-operation.
Aaliyah Bimpong, Chinaza Osaji-Okai, Finlay McKeown, George Viney
Well done everyone!
Congratulations to George Torres-Blanks who was awarded his pen licence for consistently neat, cursive writing.
Well done to Conor Hazelwood of class 2 for earning his place in the Gold Book through excellent classroom behaviour.
Well done to Class 2 for 99.66% attendance this week.
Dates for the diary:
- Monday 30th March- start of Easter holidays. Children return on the 13th April
- Thursday 7th May 2015- School closed for polling day
- Friday 22nd May and Monday 1st June- School closed for Teacher Training (these days fall either side of the May half-term week).
- Thursday 3rd September 2015- Return to school after Summer Holidays
I wish you all a happy and peaceful Easter holiday
Mrs. Kathryn Waters