Present – Anna, Mia, Becky, Elliot, Jermaine, Riley, Billy, Martha, Lenny, Mathilda, William, Louis.
We looked through the playground pal applications. We have chosen:
Y3 – Bobby, Elouise, Aisha, Jack TR, Frank.
Y4 – Frankie, Faye-Louise, Ruby P, Lily, Emile.
Y5 – Renee, Wilson, Erina, Billy, Shevarnie.
Y6 – Will, Ayesha, Jahi, Kyra, Shenice.
We cannot decide on year 2 because we cannot find the folder. So year 2 school councillors will decide in their class council meeting.
Also at the next class council meetings we will be discussing homework and reading journals.
The children in the picture below were all selected by their class teachers for good work assembly.
Please find below some items of news.
Parent Consultations and Questionnaire
As you should know next Wednesday and Thursday are our second Parent/Carer-Teacher consultation evenings. If you have not yet returned your letter requesting a day and time please do so as soon as possible. During the meeting, as well as discussing your child’s learning in school, you will be given their latest assessments in reading, writing and maths and how well they are progressing towards their end of year targets. During the evening you will also have the chance to fill in a questionnaire on how we can further improve different aspects of our provision; this year, as well as questions about our school we are asking your views on how we might improve communication and whether we should change our policy on school uniform. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
Due to Parents’ Evenings there will be no Gym Clubs next week and no Y4 Football club on Thursday. Y5 and Y6 football clubs on Tuesday and Friday will take place as normal.
Marie Curie Yellow Fair
Thanks to all the school community who came together to make last Friday’s Yellow Fair such a success. We had a beautiful display of daffodils in pots and a huge variety of yellow wares for sale. A total of £742.00 was raised for the Marie Curie charity- a huge thank you to everyone who helped reach this brilliant total and a special thank you to Mrs Lewis for co-ordinating the whole event so well. A mention must also be given to the Year 6 children who contributed all of the profits from their wonderful newspaper Spring Bank News, made in their lunch hour, to the charity: well done!
World Book Day Events/ Oxfam Writing Competition
We have had a brilliant week for reading and writing. Children in school have written funny stories for the Oxfam writing competition; Mike Bird will come into school next Thursday after having had a good laugh reading all the entries and will name the winners. All classes have also been making an ever lengthening Book Worm to curl around the door to their classroom. The bookworm is made of circular book reviews of books read by the children. The class with the most reviews won and the result, announced by Mrs Ward today, was: in third place Y5, in second place Y3 but in first place with an amazing 150 different reviews Year 6. Well done to them and thanks to Mrs Ward for her excellent introduction and organisation of this event.
Red Nose Day Friday 15 March
Next Friday is Red Nose Day. We have red noses and bands in school that children can purchase for £1. For the day itself children and staff may wear something red and/or wear a red nose if they wish with a donation to the charity.
13, 14 March Parents’ Evening 4-6pm
Monday 13- Thursday 16 May Y6 SATs
20-24 May Y6 Ingleborough Residential
For the past two years we have raised a fantastic amount of money for Marie Curie Cancer Care – by holding a Yellow Day where children and staff come to school in yellow clothes. We hold a Yellow Fait and children take home their daffodils which they planted way back in November.
Amount raised last year - £1005.00
Amount raised this year - £800.00
Thanks to everyone who made this day a success!
To celebrate World Book Day, we held a bookworm competition. Each class had to complete as many book reviews as they could and put the segments together to make a bookworm, with the longest one winning a prize.
Year 5 came third, with 78 bookworm segments, followed by Year 3 with a very impressive 92. Overall winners, however, were Year 6, with an incredible 150 book reviews! Well done, Year 6!