Newsletter 22: 8th March 2019
World Book Day
Thank you so much for supporting World Book Day by sending the children in such fantastic costumes. We had a lot of fun sharing stories with one another. It’s so lovely to see the children so excited about reading.
Read for Good Readathon
The Readathon ends today. Money needs to be in by 15th March, please.
The children are looking smarter in their school uniforms, which is lovely to see. Please can you ensure that your children also have appropriate PE kit, including plain, dark trainers or plimsoles. Please remember that children should wear school logo polo shirts for PE, as these are much smarter and crease less.
HABCOS Traffic Meeting
I was so proud of George Viney, Fern Collins and Aaron Hick, who spoke in front of local counsellors and our local MP about the problems with the traffic outside our school. I sincerely hope that something will be done soon to make the road safer for all members of our community.
As you know, Lent began on Wednesday. Our Year 6 team will be co-ordinating Lent Games which will begin on Thursday next week. We will let you know via Dojo when your children should bring in money to play the games. All money from our Lenten appeal will go towards sponsoring our 2 girls in The Gambia.
Reception and 1 :97.74 % ; Class 2 :93.57 % ; Class 3 and 4 :98.15 % ; Class 5 and 6 :99.63 %
Work of the Week
Reception/Year 1- Noah Chen for a fantastic effort in spelling challenges
Class 2- Caiden Boorman, for his excellent work identifying noun phrases
Class 3/4- Fae Dignum, for an excellent (and disgusting !) potion recipe.
Class 5/6- Elena Marshall, for creative writing with attention to punctuation.
Reception/Year 1- Harry Ormes for a super effort in all reading activities and Liliana Mahoney for always being kind and helpful to others.
Class 2- Kayan Pokar, for being so helpful in class and to his peers.
Class 3/4- Miller Davis, for working very hard in class all week.
Class 5/6- Emily Harris, for thinking ‘outside the box’ when solving puzzles.
Nicole Mahoney was awarded the Headteacher’s award for her contribution to school life and for living out our Core Christian Values. Congratulations, Nicole!
Congratulations to Danielle and Alicia Moran for passing their pre-bronze classical ballet award with Merit, to Rosie Robinson for passing her level 2 swimming award and to Emily Harris for winning bronze and silver medals in a lyrical and modern dance competition.
Congratulations to the following Super Spellers for winning their next award :
Noah Chen, Muzu Ncube, Kayan Pokar, Alicia Moran, Daniel Roberts, Brooke Thorn, Miller Davis, Yoana Kitanova, Katie Snow, Gracie Bartram, Ellie Allen-Moss, Rhys Hayes, Madeeha Begum,
Caleb Chen, JJ Jan, Naa Dedei Osaji-Okai, George Viney, Poppy Whitcombe, Deborah Ajayi,
Mojola Awosan, Kai Davis, Harry Haley, Lou-Lou French, Jamie Goodman and Zachary Teshola.
Dates for the Diary
Friday 12th April- Easter Service at St. John’s Church 1.30pm.
Dates for the Diary from the Friends of Dame Tipping
Mothers’ Day Breakfast- 29th March 2019
Fathers’ Day breakfast- 14th June 2019