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School Newsletter 21 November

Dear Parents

Key Stage 1 Dress Rehearsal and Tea Party for senior members of the community will take place on Monday 8 December, 1.30pm in the Study Centre – please spread the word amongst neighbours/grandparents who are very welcome to join us. It would be good to know if you have an older relative or friend who is coming so we can cater more accurately.

Anti-Bullying Weekthis week has been anti-bullying week and the children will have brought home two leaflets – one for parents and one for children explaining how we define bullying and what do to if a child is being bullied. We have discussed the different forms of bullying and I was very reassured by how knowledgeable the children are and what to do if bullying occurs, particularly with cyber-bullying.

PE kits: Please can all children make sure they have a full PE kit in school at all times which includes track suit bottoms and jumpers for outdoor PE.

TheGivingMachineTM  gives us a donation every time you shop on-line.  For more information and to sign up please go to www.thegivingmachine.co.uk.

Christmas Fayre : Wednesday 3 December, 5-7pm:   Please return all raffle tickets in a sealed envelope (sold with money & stubs or unsold) by Monday 1 December.

Non-uniform day next Friday 28 November: Please bring in chocolate as a donation for the Christmas Fayre for wearing non-uniform. Thank you for all your donations this month.

No JAM or Gym Club Weds 3 December because of the Christmas Fayre

Well done! This week we have said well done to all Year 2, Leila Denne, Niamh Hewitt-Gray, Eleanor Bailey, William Ingham, Catherine Monelle, Edward Mix, Ellie Newby, Lukas Wahlen, Lexie Harwood, Karina Graham, Abbie Esson, Elsbeth de Beer.

Mrs Belgrove’s Stars of the Week: Katie Bachelor for being a good friend and Toby Luxton for his boundless enthusiasm.

Activities/Visits: Thank you to Year 2 for their brilliant assembly on Wednesday where they told us all about Kenya and we were treated to African dance and drumming. This week Mrs Crouch and Mrs Peters attended a course on analysing our data, Miss Nunneley attended a briefing on the Y2 Sats and all the teachers had training on the new PE curriculum as part of the Chipping Norton partnership.

Out of School Achievements: Well done to: Annabelle Butler, Orla McArdle and Pippa McArdle for achieving the Blue Award from Wade Gymnastics, Mya Scobbie for achieving her 5m in Swimming and William Cooper his 10m.

Attendance: Well done to Year 3 for Full Attendance 10-14 November.

REMINDER: Year 3 class assembly – 9.10am, Wednesday 26 November.

Christian Value of the Month: Service

Hymn of the week: Jubilateh

Yours sincerely

 

Mrs S Belgrove

Head Teacher

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