I hope you had a lovely half term. On Tuesday 6 March it is Parent’s Consultation day. If you would like to meet with me please contact the school office to arrange a time or email me at email@example.com. Thank you
This week the children have become scientists. They have had the most fantastic time investigating and thinking scientifically. They have carried out an experiment on separating liquids, making predictions about whether the liquids would change colour, whether they would bubble or whether they would combine together… ask your children the outcome of that investigation…
We were very excited to celebrate a belated World Book Day on Thursday 8 March. The children dressed up as their favourite book characters and took part in a range of activities including sharing books with their buddies, making bookmarks with reading prompts, designing their own book covers and creating decorated book doors.
Dear Parents / Carers,
We are taking part in eDF Energy’s Waste Week 2018, 5th-9th March. The theme this year is food waste and food packaging.
Many activities are planned over the course of the week and we need your help – please start sending in any clean, safe, empty food and drink packaging to your class. We will be sorting these into plastic, metal, card/paper and glass on Monday 5th March.
Welcome back! We hope you all had a wonderful half term. We have already had a fun-packed week with two Olympic Athletes spending the day with us on Tuesday which the children absolutely loved. They were in awe of these “celebrities” as they listened to their stories during the morning assembly and they were lucky enough to all be given a class PE lesson, led by the athletes. The children threw themselves into the challenge and really enjoyed their day. Thank you to Miss Blancke for organising it!
On Tuesday we had two Olympic Athletes visit our school- Richard Buck and Marylin Okoro. The children got to meet the athletes in assembly and heard all about their lives, their sport and their achievements. We even got to see their medals!
Every class had a PE lesson with the athletes in which they completed a challenging obstacle course and fast paced relay races! The children all enjoyed the day, describing it as “inspiring”, “exciting” and “challenging”.
In a world where technology is used continuously and where children are exposed to the internet on a regular basis in many different forms, it is so important to ensure you keep your children safe when online. We have attached a webinar produced by Ofsted for parents that gives advice on how to keep your children safe online. Please also remember to book a place on the next Tricky Topics Workshop on Friday 23 March at 1.30pm where the focus will be ‘Online Safety’.