Well, what a soggy and dreary week it has been outdoors! Let’s hope for brighter weather next week as we move into the last five weeks of this school year
We ended this week, as usual, with our awards assembly. A huge well done to all of our certificate winners from Foundation Stage and KS1
A huge well done to all our Year 1 children this week who undertook their Phonics screening test. Each and every child did themselves and their parents proud by trying their absolute best. Results of the screening will be sent to parents soon. Thanks to parents for all their support with the children at home.
We were thrilled to welcome M and M Productions into school on Wednesday this week to perform The Jungle Book to the children in two separate showings. The children loved the show. We would like to say thank you to everyone who supported the Christmas Fayre in December as the profits from that afternoon were what paid for the show.
Unfortunately, both the Year 5/6 cricket competitions were cancelled this week due to the weather. They have both been reorganised for next Tuesday (18/06/19)
Don’t forget that Beat the Street continues for the next few weeks and is a great opportunity for you to get out and about with your fobs and cards earning Beat the Street points for the school. Remember that to earn ten points, you need to beep two separate boxes within an hour. Well done to all of those who have let us know of mammoth journeys to gather points. Until the 25th June double points are available on weekdays between 7.30 and 9am and then between 3 and 6pm. Let’s get beeping!
The Best of British Meal which was due to happen on Thursday will now happen on Wednesday instead so that Year 6 can also partake in it (They are out of school on Thursday)
Well done to Miss Joannou’s class who impressed all their parents today with a wonderful class assembly all about bees. Thanks to all of them.
Inside out (Year 6)
We hope everyone has a lovely weekend! Let’s hope for a sunnier week next week!