Newsletter 32: 9th June 2017
Newsletter 32: 9th June 2017
‘The best that I can be’
Democracy in Action
We learnt a lot this week about the British value of democracy when we found out all about the general election. Class 5 and 6 held a class general election, where parties made speeches and answered questions about their manifestos. Everyone voted and the Green Party won.
Termly Learning Conferences
You will receive your appointment slips for the Termly Learning conferences due to take place on 20th June by the end of next week. Please make sure you make an appointment so that your children can share their learning with you.
Our class photos will be taken next Friday, so please ensure that your children are in school in their smartest summer uniform.
Building Work Update
The Reception and Class 1/2 classrooms are still standing, although they are no longer functional. I will let you know as soon as I have more information from the contractors.
Please ensure that your children have their P.E kits in school, as they will all be taking part in competitive sports activities during P.E lessons on Tuesday. This will replace an official sports day, as we are still not sure exactly what is happening with the building work.
Classes for September
Ms. Holmes will be in school on 10th July to meet her new class. She is hoping to pop out at the end of the day so that some of you can meet her too.
Congratulations to these children who received commendations this week: Ruth Airen, for her excellent contribution when answering questions in our class election; Flo Jerrett, for being kind and helpful to her friends; Rhys Hayes, for his continued hard work and Michelle Onifade, for being a cheerful, hardworking member of the class. Well done, everyone!
Congratulations to Jessica White on receiving the Headteacher’s award this week.
Work of the Week
Reception: Alicia Moran- fantastic independent writing.
Class 1/2: Adaora Emechebe- outstanding story writing.
Class 3/4: Sapphire Hagon and Sadie Turrell- outstanding progress with written multiplication.
Class 5/6: Henry Simmonett- an excellent argument text.
Well done to Ella Murch, for passing her stage 1 ballet; Milo Shorter for being the top scorer in his football tournament; Sophia-Louise Turner, for her bronze and silver gymnastics medals and Tommy Randall, for being the most improved player at soccer school.
Reception: 92.97%; Class 1 and 2: 94.20%; Class 3 and 4 : 93% ; Class 5 and 6 : 90.74%
Dates for the diary:
- Friday 16th June- Class Photos
- Friday 16th June- Secondary Transfer Meeting for Year 5 Parents 3.15pm
- Monday 19th June- Music Festival at the Queens Theatre (choir)- 7pm
- Tuesday 20th June- Termly Learning Conferences (parent meetings) for all children 2-6.30pm
- Thursday 13th July- Year 5/6 show ‘Matilda’- 6.30pm- St. John’s Church
- Friday 14th July- KS1 show ‘Mary Poppins’.
Mrs. Kathryn Waters
|The Christian value we are learning about this term is ‘Respect’