As we get into our last term, here is the schedule for after school sports clubs:
3rd June- Year 3,4,5 Sports Club
4th June- NO CLUB
10th June- Year 6 Sports Club
11th June- start of Cricket Club
17th June- Year 3,4,5 Sports Club
18th June- Cricket Club
24th June- Year 6 Sports Club
25th June- Cricket Club
1st July- Year 3,4,5 Sports Club
2nd July- Cricket Club
8th July- Year 6 Sports Club
9th July- Cricket Club
15th July- Year 6 Sports Club (extra bonus club as they’re leaving)
16th July- Cricket Club
Hope this has cleared everything up. Any questions please don’t hesitate to ask!
Just another email to clear up what’s happening with sports clubs this term. All clubs start straight after school and finish at 4.15 pm.
15th April – year 6 sports club
16th April – tag rugby
22nd April – year 3, 4, 5 sports club
23rd April – tag rugby
29th April – year 6 sports club
30th April – NO TAG RUGBY (due to Potted Sports competition)
6th May – year 3, 4, 5 sports club
7th May – tag rugby
13th May – year 6 sports club
14th May – tag rugby
20th May – year 3,4,5 sports club
21st May – Tag Rugby
MAY HALF TERM
This is the plan until half term but if anything changes we will contact everyone.
Any questions please don’t hesitate to ask either me or the
You are invited to our end of term celebration at 9.15 am – 10.00 am on Thursday 26th March. There will be refreshments and the children will be performing a short assembly about ‘The Vikings’.
Please could you let the office know of your attendance.
Mrs Sharp, Mrs Orton, Mrs Bristow
- Thursday 26th Feb- first tag rugby club – 3.15 – 4.15 pm
- Wednesday 4th March- no sports club (due to a netball tournament)
- Thursday 5th March- tag rugby club is on – 3.15 – 4.15 pm
- 11 and 12th March- both days no clubs as I am in Kingswood with the year 6’s.
- Wednesday 18th March- no sports club (due to a cross country event)
- Thursday 19th March- tag rugby – 3.15 – 4.15 pm
- Wednesday 25th March- Year 3,4,5 Sports club
- Thursday 26th March- tag rugby – 3.15 – 4.15 pm
This is everything up to Easter Half term and I hope this is clear for everyone. Any queries please ask myself or the office. These dates are also on the school website.
I am organising a Fairtrade cafe (A Traidcraft Bug Brew event) to be held in the school hall on 5th March to coincide with Fairtrade fortnight (23rd Feb to 8th March).
I wondered whether anyone knew anyone within the village who had any connections with traidcraft? When we did this a couple of years ago, someone also held a trade craft stall which allowed people to buy Fairtrade products which made a nice addition to the event.
Please let me know either by email or popping in to see me if you can help with this. Please also pop the date in your diary and join us for a cuppa.
We are incredibly lucky to have bought a large amount of brand new books for the reading shelves. These new books have been re labelled according to the national book banding scheme. Each teacher will work with the children after half term to allocate a suitable level of book for your child to read. This means that your child may well be taking books from a different coloured shelf.
The children may have some existing books which they are taking to read over the half term holidays. We ask that all of these books are returned to school on the first day back to allow us to complete the new shelving system. There will be a clear guide next to the shelves to explain the progression of the colours.
We hope that the new books provide as much enthusiasm for the children reading them, as the teachers had choosing them!
Many thanks for your understanding during this transitional time.
Please see your class teacher if you have any questions.
Why don’t penguins’ feet freeze? What makes us human? How does a compass work?
Join us on Monday 9th February, as we aim to answer these mind-boggling questions and many more!
From 2.30-3.15pm, there will be a variety of exciting exhibits and activities taking place in classes and in the hall. Children will also be sharing some of the wonderful work they have been doing this term. (Please see below for a full list of exhibitions.)
We do hope you will be able to join us for a fascinating afternoon of scientific discovery!
||– Wonders of Water
– Exciting Electricity
|– Creating DNA structures
– Fingerprint Fun
– Animals on the Ark
|– Animal Inventions
– Cat’s Eyes
– Animal Life Cycles
– Classifying Animals
||– Magnetic Mix Up
– Classroom Compass
– Who was Michael Faraday?
– Magnetic Art
|– The Earth Around Us
– Fossil Fun
– Alfred Wegener
|Come and meet the Ancient Greek Philosophers!
– Learn about their lives
– Find out how their discoveries still influence your life today
|– The Life of Charles Darwin
– We’re off to the Galapagos!
– Survival of the Fittest
– Stages of Man
Please find attached the school term dates for 2015/2016.
Term Dates 2015.2016
Dear parents and guardians,
We will not be having separate celebration assemblies until October due to the new reward system and the general hectic nature of these first few weeks. However, we do want to celebrate the wonderful reading that took place over the summer in conjunction with Roald Dahl Day on Monday.
Please can children bring into school:
- Any completed bookmarks from the school reading challenge by Friday at the latest so we can arrange certificates and complete the prize draw
- Any library challenge certificates and medals by Monday
Should children wish to share any summer achievements before October, they are more than welcome to bring them in so they can be celebrated in their classroom.
Hotshots starts tomorrow – Thursday 11th September, your child will have a letter with the details.
After school sports will start next week, letters have come home to the classes involved . Please go to the letters page if you require a copy.
Dodgeball letters are to be returned to the office as soon as possible please.