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Newsletter 20 2018/2019

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WORLD BOOK DAY

To celebrate World Book Day this week, we invited children to dress up as a character from their favourite book.  We had some wonderful costumes, so thank you to everyone who took part.  We enjoyed finding out about other people’s favourite books.  We also held a sale of pre-loved books to raise money to buy more books for the library.

 

A TRIP TO THE ZOO

This week, as part of their project work, Year 3 and 4 visited Twycross Zoo.  Although the weather was not very good, the children had lots of fun and saw some amazing animals.

 

Pancakes!

This week the Nursery children have enjoyed celebrating Pancake Day. They read the story Mr Wolf's Pancakes, mixed their own pancake batter and even opened a pancake cafe in the classroom! The children enjoyed experimenting with different toppings. 

 

LEGO WORKSHOP

The children in Year 1 and 2 took part in some brilliant Lego workshops this week. They produced some wonderful constructions, and used motors to make them move!

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Monday 11th March                            Medical Mavericks (Year 3-6)

11th - 15th March                                Science week

Friday 29th March                                Book Fair

Wednesday 3rd April                            Class Photographs

Friday 12th April                                    Last day of term

Monday 29th April                                Back to school 

Monday 6th May                                   May Bank Holiday

13th - 16th May                                     KS2 SATS week

27th - 31st May                                      Half term holiday

10th - 14th June                                     Sports Week

Wednesday 24th July                            Last day of term

 

PARKING

Unfortunately we see some examples of bad parking from our parents. They are inconsiderate to our neighbours, and make the areas around our entrances dangerous for other children coming into school.  It is ILLEGAL to stop on double yellow lines or zig-zags, even for a few minutes. Why not park a little further from school and walk in  - it’s good for your children too.  Please park safely to keep all our children safe!

 

Read for the Stars

Some of the Nursery children were very proud to receive their Read for the Stars Rainbow Reader award this week, to recognise all their hard work practising their reading.

NEXT WEEK’S CLUBS

If your child would like to join one of the clubs collect a form from outside the office or from Mr Malooq.

Day

Club

Time

Notes

Monday

Multi Games club (Hall 1)

3:15 – 4:25pm

For ages 4-7 , £1 per session

Cycle Club (ABLE riders only) (FIELD)

12:30 – 1pm

MUST WEAR HELMETS

Tag Rugby club (Hall 2)

3:15 – 4:25pm

For ages 8+, £1 per session

Tuesday

Cycle Club (Learn to ride) (MUGA / Hall 1)

3:15 -4:25pm

MUST WEAR HELMETS

£1 per session

Sports + Club (Invitation ONLY) (Hall 2)

3:15 -4:25pm

For ages 8+, £1 per session

Art Club (Ace Place)

3:15 – 4:25pm

For ages 8+, £1 per session

Wednesday

SCHOOL TEAM FIXTURES

Basketball Club (Hall 2)

3:15 - 4:25pm

For ages 8+, £1 per session

Cycle Club (ABLE riders only) (FIELD)

12:30 – 1pm

MUST WEAR HELMETS

Thursday

Football Club KS2 (Hall 2)

3:15 – 4:25pm

For ages 8+, £1 per session

Football club (Hall 1)

3:15 – 4:25pm

For ages 4-7, £1 per session

Friday

Cricket Club

3:15 - 4:25pm

For ages 7+ £1 per session

Everyday

Breakfast club

8am – 8:45am

50p per session / For all ages

*Helmets MUST be worn for all cycle clubs

Remember, all clubs are FREE if your child is eligible for Pupil Premium - to find out if your child qualifies, please fill in a Free School Meals application form available from the Office.

 

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