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Autumn News Week 4 September 30th 2022

Good morning everyone,

I can’t believe it’s the end of September already!

We will all be awarded certificates today

France Class

Ethan-John Crossley – for remembering previous learning and using it when thinking of answers to questions.

Rowan Frecknall – for trying his very best in phonics and impressing with what he can remember from last year.

Canada Class

Nyla for being a kind and helpful friend.
Nico for completing all learning with enthusiasm and a smile.

Australia Class

Alya Greaves – Scholarship – tries her best in all subjects and completes all her work.
Emi Jo – Scholarship – tries her best in all subjects especially in English with her writing.

Egypt Class

Carissa – Empathy- helping her friends and being kind.
Jenson – Empathy- thinking of others and trying to help his friend calm down.

Japan Class

Jacob Pearson – empathy
Neve Foster – scholarship

Brazil Class

Max you have been awarded the scholarship certificate for sharing your favourite artist (Van Gogh) with Mrs Hackwood.

Sam – always tries his very best in every subject and shows excellent learning behaviours.
Karina – excellent times tables knowledge and is our current class champion and an inspiration to her peers

Antarctica Class

Archie Sutton and Nyel Dooler- tenacity.  Showing great determination to improve their behaviour in class this week
Friday Top Table Students 
Reception – Ziva Cooper
Y1 – Carson Cooper
Y2 – Lily Thurlby
Y3 – Lincoln Lister
Y4 – Lottie Mee
Y5 – Lewis O’Neil
Y6 – Katy Bradley

Have a good day and a relaxing weekend.

Don’t forget our training day on Monday and the coffee event on Tuesday.

Mrs Mason

This week we are working on our uniform sprint- please see below.

Our new School Council.

Class PE days

Children can wear school PE kit ( no logos please.)
Y1 – Monday and Wednesday
Y2  – Wednesday and Thursday
Y3  – Tuesday (all PM)
Y4 – Monday and Wednesday
Y5 – Tuesday and Friday
Y6 – Thursday and Friday

Covid update

You will be aware that the need for testing for Covid 19 has changed and schools will longer be asking for proof of a negative test.  Children with Covid generally experience mild symptoms and most get better in a few days, Symptoms are very similar to other common illnesses such as colds and flu.
Children should attend school as normal unless they do not feel well enough or are experiencing a high temperature. If your child has mild symptoms such as a runny nose, sore throat or mild cough they can attend as long as they feel well enough in themselves.



 Remember if children read at least 4 times in the week and have their reading diary signed they can earn stickers on their chart. These stickers earn the children a prize for each milestone they hit. We will also feature their photo in the school hall and in this news post. So please support your child to read as much as possible. Thank you.

Below is a handy guide for parents of children in Years 1 and 2.

How We Teach Reading KS1


Key Dates

Monday October 3rd- school closed for staff training

Tuesday October 4th- Macmillan coffee event

Wednesday October 12th- 30 KS2 children to attend the Astrea cross country event.

Wednesday October 19th 2.30 pm– Harvest Festival- parents invited- change of date

Thursday October 20th- Halloween discos for children.

EYFS and KS1- in school time- come dressed up

KS2- 4PM- 5PM

Friday October 21st- End of the half term

Friday December 16th- End of the term

Tuesday January 3rd- School closed for staff training

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