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Week Beginning 16th March 2015

Following on from Class 9’s super assembly on poetry last week, the Infants have all been transported further into a poetry universe, by a superb visit from Professor Poet and First Officer Ditty from Cbeebies’ Rhyme Rocket this week. 

 

A huge thank you to Melissa Prouten and Georgia Goddard, who have led the school council in the organisation of today’s crazy hair day, which has been an enormous success. 

 

Congratulations to all of our cross country, swimming and dance troupe children for their superb achievements in the events they have participated in across this past week, we are really proud of you all.

 

Huge congratulations to Maddison Brown, who was awarded a Silver Medal for thre Primary Maths challenge bonus round.  This is an incredible achievement as only 200 children across the country achieved this level in this National competition.  Also Arya Labroo and Mohammed Feeroz achieved a Bronze medal in the same competition, well done to you both.

 

 

What is coming up next week…

 

Week Beginning 16th March 2015

 

On Monday 16th March the children taking part in the Infant CSMA will attend their final rehearsal at The Fairfield Halls, before their performance this evening.  We wish them all the best of luck and hope all those attending enjoy the show.  Also, our school nurse is in school on Monday carrying out height and weight checks for the children in Safari and Rainforest.

 

On Tuesday 17th March our Year 4 Hi5 Netball team are competing in a tournament at Norbury Manor, we wish them the best of luck.  Please let us know if you are a parent of the children involved and can help transport children to this event as we still currently do not have enough transportation.  Thank you.

 

Also, on Tuesday afternoon the Rainforest children are holding their Grandparents  tea party.  We hope they all have a wonderful afternoon.  We hope that everyone has a wonderful time sharing memories of the past together.

 

On Wednesday 18th March our Year 5 children will be visiting Morden Hall Park to investigate the river environment to support their class studies.  Please don’t forget that if your child is in Ms Spinks’ or Mr Blundell’ s class they will return to school at 3.30pm on this day.

 

We also have children competing at a Lacrosse event at Riddlesdown on Wednesday afternoon, good luck to them.

 

Also on Wednesday afternoon Safari class will be holding their Grandparents tea party at school. 

 

On Thursday 19th March our Year 3 children will be having a ‘French day’ at school.  They will be enjoying sampling some French cuisine and coming in dressed as something French or in the colours of the French flag!  We look forward to seeing their costumes.  Thank you to our Year 3 parents for providing the food for this event. 

 

Our Junior CSMA children have their final rehearsal at The Fairfield Halls this morning.  We wish them the best of luck and hope everyone attending enjoys this event this evening.

 

On Friday 20th March Class 7 are leading our whole school assembly.  If you have a child in Mrs Boylan’s class and you would like to join us for this event, please join us in the school hall at 10.15am.

 

Also on Friday 20th it is our school open afternoon, from 2.00-3.00pm. Please do try to come in a look at your children’s learning. They are always keen to share with you and show you what they have been up to. May we politely request that you do not bring buggies or younger siblings to this event as fitting 30 children and 30 parents into our classrooms is a challenge in itself!

 

Just to let you know that at the weekend on Sunday 22nd March, Mr Blundell, our Class 9 teacher will be running a half marathon in Reading, in aid of ‘Scope’.  If you wish to make a donation to show your support, please follow this link to do this online.


http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/SamBlundell

Thanks.  We wish him the very best of luck.

 

Please may we politely remind you to show courtesy to staff on the door in the mornings.  They are there to ensure the safety of all our children and always have your child’s best interests at heart.

 


All of our staff are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.