Newsletter 8: 2nd November 2018
‘The best that I can be’
Year 2 Visit to the Museum of London

Year 2 had a fantastic day at the Museum of London on Wednesday. They found out about the Great Fire of London for their topic and had a really enjoyable day. They were a credit to our school. Thank you to all of the parent helpers for making it possible.

Termly Learning Conferences
Thank you for attending your children’s TLCs with them this week. Your support of your children’s learning is so important; it is also great to hear the children talking about the progress they have made. It was lovely to hear from the teachers how positive parents were about their children’s learning and their positive experience of Dame Tipping.

Remembrance Service
Reverend David would like to invite you to the Remembrance service at St. John’s church on Sunday 11th November from 10am. We are hoping that some of our children will be able to take part in the service. Please put the date in your diary. More details to follow.

Art project
We are planning to make a poppy arrangement for the forthcoming centenary remembrance day and will be collecting plastic fizzy drinks bottles. We would greatly appreciate it if you would send in the bottom 6-7cm of clean, rinsed bottles so that each child is able to paint and decorate one to add to the display. Please send into school with your child by Tuesday next week. Many thanks.

Reception and 1 : 97.33% ; Class 2 : 95% ; Class 3 and 4 : 100% ; Class 5 and 6 : 97.78%
Well done Class 3 and 4 for their fantastic attendance this week!

Work of the Week
Reception/Year 1- Zack Stafford for excellent, independent Maths work.
Class 2- Beau Maskell for her fantastic knowledge of the Great Fire of London.
Class 3/4- for using adverbial phrases accurately and creatively.
Class 5/6- Zachary Teshola for an exemplary piece of narrative writing.

Reception/Year 1- Harry Snow for fantastic writing in Phonics and Albert Knight for his positive attitude and willingness in school
Class 2- All of Year 2 for showing all of the core Christian values throughout our school trip.
Class 3/4- Miller Davis for outstanding contributions in science
Class 5/6- Sophia -Louise Turner for giving her best in all she undertakes.


Well done to Elena Marshall for achieving her grade 4 gymnastics award.

Dates for the Diary
Sunday 11th November- Remembrance Service at St. John’s Church 10am
Friday 16th November 2018- Children in Need non-uniform day
Thursday 22nd November 2018- Prospective Parents Talk and Tour
Saturday 1st December- LIFE Carol Concert at Frances Bardsley Academy- 7pm
Thursday 13th December 2018- Reception, 1 and 2 Nativity
Monday 17th December 2018- Class 5 and 6 Pantomime- 6pm