Newsletter 27: 27th April 2018
Grand Opening of Classrooms and Foyer
This afternoon, we had special visitors to come and celebrate the official opening of our foyer and new classrooms. The children sang beautifully and the visitors were very impressed with the new buildings. It has been a long time coming, but well worth the wait. Thank you for your patience. Photos to follow.
Please could you provide your child with a school baseball cap to wear when it is sunny. Those children who do not have a school baseball cap will need to wear a school hat (which is for their sole use). Please do not send your child in with any other sun hats/baseball caps as they will not be allowed to wear them. If you have ordered a cap and it has not arrived yet, your child will be provided with a hat in the interim. Thank you for your co operation.
Parent and Pupil Questionnaires
Thank you to all of you who sent in their completed questionnaires. We will read them carefully and publish the results over the next couple of weeks. We will also, of course, take into account your comments and those of the children and respond in due course.
Parents of all children who are going to Kingswood are invited to a meeting on 21st May straight after school, where we will give you more details about the visit and you will have an opportunity to ask questions. Please attend if at all possible, as the date of the visit is now only a few weeks away.
Work of the Week
Reception- Muzi Ncube, for working really hard with his writing and producing an excellent diary entry about going into space.
Class 1&2- Sian Stafford, for her hard work and perseverance in all her subjects.
Class 5&6- Emily Harris, for her outstanding work in arithmetic.
Reception- Charlie Lockwood, for living out the core Christian values, in particular friendship and perseverance.
Class 1&2- Alina Poznyak, for showing perserverance and for asking for help when she needs it.
Class 3&4- Aaliyah Bimpong and Jack Webb, for fantastic improvements in their 100 word spelling scores.
Class 5&6- All of Year 6, for their concentration and positivity while completing mock SATs tests this week : Jack Robinson, for helpfulness, teamwork and an excellent attitude to learning.
Elena Marshall achieved her Silver Stage 1 Lifesaver Award : Tyler Randall achieved his Stage 3 swimming certificate ; Ella Murch achieved her red belt in karate and Evie Baldwin achieved her level 3 in gymnastics.
Well done, everyone!
The headteacher’s award was awarded to Sophia-Louise Turner, for living out our core Christian values every day.
Reception- 96.15% ; Class 1&2- 99% ; Class 3&4- 95.56% ; Class 5&6- 99.20%
Dates for the Diary
Thursday 3rd May- School closed for polling day
Week Beginning 14th May- KS2 SATs week
Monday 21st May- Kingswood meeting for class 5 and 6 parents- 3pm
Week Beginning 4th June- Class 5/6 Residential Visit
Mrs. Kathryn Waters
The Christian value we are learning about this term is ‘Truthfulness’