Newsletter 17: 20th January 2017
‘The best that I can be’
Amazing O2 !
The choir did a fantastic job singing along with 7000 other children in the ‘Young Voices’ concert on Monday. It really was a pleasure to be a member of the audience. It was a long day for the children and staff and they were all tired the next day, but it was worth it. Thank you so much to Mr. Matthews, Miss Smith and Mrs. Potts for making this experience possible for the children.
Please can I ask again that you do not park on the bend before the school if you drop your children at the front. It is extremely dangerous to park there and also blocks our neighbour’s driveway. I was sad to hear that our neighbour has also suffered verbal abuse from a parent when he asked them not to park there. It is very important that we keep a good relationship with our neighbours for the sake of the whole community.
Get Well Soon !
I hope you will all join me in wishing Miss Luxford a speedy recovery from an operation she had this week. All being well, she should return to school on Friday 3rd February. In the meantime, please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
Commendations this week went to: Kai Davis, for working really hard in English all week and writing a fantastic poem ; Michelle Onifade, for excellent work in Maths, especially using her times table knowledge ; Tyler Randall, for excellent 2D and 3D shape work ; Caiden Boorman, for excellent phonics work this week; Maisie Randall, for writing a good ending to her story ; George Viney, for story writing using some sophisticated phrases ; Poppy Whitcombe, for earning the most Dojo points in her class ; Bradley Allen-Guinane and Imogen Snell for very good focus and hard work in French. Well done, everyone!
Work of the Week
Reception : Ava Shorter- for a brilliant piece of writing about our class story ‘Lost and Found’.
Class 1 and 2 : Krish Chagger- for excellent instruction writing.
Class 3 and 4 :Zachary Teshola- for writing an amazing poem about the wind.
Class 5 and 6 : Amber Gordon- for her excellent re-writing of ‘The Sword in the Stone’ from different characters’ perspectives.
A pen licence was awarded to Archie Jerrett for consistently neat, cursive writing.
Well done to Sapphire Hagon for winning a silver medal in the Eastern Counties Gymnastics Association competition.
Reception: 91.88%; Class 1 and 2: 96.07%; Class 3 and 4 : 95.83% ;
Class 5 and 6 :99.62%
Dates for the diary:
- 7th February- E-safety day
- 13th-17th February- Half Term Holiday
- 22nd February- Termly Learning Conferences
- 2nd March- World Book Day
Mrs. Kathryn Waters