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The Good News – 22nd November

School News, | by Blue Apple Education

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Dear Parents and Carers,

We had another very successful Class Assembly yesterday! This time, Year 6 taught us all about the Second World War with some fabulous singing, very entertaining dancing and a couple of informative radio broadcasts, written by the children themselves. Also, their
paintings of the White Cliffs of Dover were amazing – there are some really talented artists in our school! Although I was out at a meeting yesterday, I was lucky to be invited to one of the rehearsals and I know how much hard work went into putting on a great show.

This week we had a Maths Inspection from the Local Authority and I’m delighted to say we received really positive feedback! In particular, the enthusiasm and engagement of all the children was noted and also their willingness to embrace a challenge. We have a lovely range
of maths equipment which was being used effectively to support pupils and a high level of mathematical vocabulary was demonstrated by everyone who was spoken to.

Year 2 had a Family Learning Session this morning which was extremely well attended. The children wrote some great stories using various resources to prompt ideas. Some people were so busy writing they didn’t even notice me sneaking in!

Mrs Vicary has started some gardening sessions on Monday afternoons and we are hoping that, throughout the year, all pupils will get a turn at coming out of class to play their part in making the school grounds look spectacular! At the moment we are concentrating on sweeping up leaves and keeping it tidy but, in the spring, we will be planting some beautiful flowers and some tasty herbs which can be used by the Kitchen Staff to add more flavour to our dinners. I can’t wait!

Michaela the Meerkat is off to Madrid this weekend with Ewan from Year 5 who is going to watch a big football match. We hope you both enjoy it and we look forward to reading the diary entry afterwards!

Have a great weekend,
Miss Robinson

Your a Star

Ava M, Ryan L, Brennan M, Harry D, Toby R, James R

Values Trophy – Vienna S – for courage through a difficult time.

Outstanding Learner – Mithra K, Y2

Golden Peg Award – Year 3

Special mention – Alex V, Y5 – Alex wrote to Morrisons himself and was given some money which he put towards prizes for the fayre

Sweetie Donations

Please bring your sweetie donations to the Gazebo each morning next week (w/c 25th Nov).

For the Christmas Market (no nuts please)

Christmas Fair

Please note that we will not be finishing early for the Christmas Market—however it is a non uniform day in exchange for donations for the adult tombola.

Hope you are all excited about the Hamper Raffle – they really do look amazing, thank you for all your help and donations. You should all have raffle tickets to sell to family, colleagues and neighbours. If anyone needs more tickets then there are some available in the office. Please remember to pop the name and phone number on the back of EACH ticket. Thank you so much!!

Book Fair

Ready for Christmas pressies we have the Scholastic Book Fair coming to us, we even have a session for once they have gone into class and you can buy with no little eyes peeking!

Scholastic Book Fair is on:

Wednesday 4th December: 3.15-4.15pm

Thursday 5th December: 8.30-9.00am

Diary Dates

Mon 25th Nov – Bauble deadline

Tues 26th Nov – Family Learning Year 2

Wed 27th Nov. – Y4 to Christmas Unwrapped

Fri 29th Nov. – Panto Yr 1 – 6

Fri 29th Nov. – Norden Farm YR

Tue 3rd Dec. – KS1 Nativity (9.30am)

Wed 4th Dec. – KS1 Nativity (6pm)

Wed 4th Dec. – KS2 at Church

Fri 6th Dec – Christmas Market (Mufti day)

Tues 10th Dec – Reception Nativity (9.20am)

Wed 11th Dec – Christmas Lunch

Fri 13th Dec – Flu Immunisation

Thur 19th Dec – Toy Day – no rubber/latex

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