A message from the Co-Heads of School…
Congratulations to Miss Woodward and Mr Robinson with their new bundle of joy! We would like to welcome Eva Betsy Robinson, weighing 7.7lbs, born on 18th January at 4:41am.
Our children were given the opportunity to become space explorers and visit a mobile Planetarium! Kevin Read, who has a degree in astro-physics and planetary science, led a session with each class and brought space to life! The children were amazed by the different constellations of stars, a video of Apollo 11 and were given the chance to ask Kevin any question they liked.
Mrs Malster-Hinett & Mrs Winter
Scholastic Book Fayre
Tuesday 28th January 2020
The scholastic Book Fair will be arriving in school on Tuesday 28th January. It will be packed with hundreds of the best children’s books for all ages – from award-winners and the newest titles to pocket-money pick-ups and treasured classics.
The range includes picture books, early readers, chapter books, books for reluctant readers, older fiction, non-fiction, home learning and lots more. There is also the opportunity to be involved with “The Author’s Challenge” – please see the link below for more information.
Windsor Palace will be calling…
Monday 27th January
KS1 & KS2 will be having an interactive video call from the Royal Garter Throne Room in Buckingham Palace. The children will get to learn some interesting facts about the Castle and will find out lots of information about the Queen. They will be given the opportunity to ask their own questions about the castle and Queen answered by Royal Expert, “Martin Whitaker” from Buckingham Palace. This learning opportunity will allow our children to develop their work on British Values and Citizenship skills.
Dress Up Day – Wednesday 12th February 2020
Historical and Influential Figure from the 20th Century
To support our curriculum topic work on “A Moment In Time” the children will be given the opportunity to dress up as a historical and influential person of the past. The children will be carrying out some research to help them decide who they would like to dress up as. Children will be thinking about famous leaders, explorers, scientists, entertainers, activists and sports stars.
A suggested donation of 50p will help to support planned curriculum activities for the weeks ahead.
Thank you and have fun!
Unfortunately, we have several cases of children with Chicken Pox. Please see the NHS link for advice and guidance:
After School Club
Please note that due to the high numbers attending After School Club, this must now be booked 48 hours in advance. Thank you.
Upcoming Events and dates:
Thursday 5th March: World Book Day. We would like children to wear their pyjamas and bring their favourite book.
Thursday 13th February: KS1 Space themed Musical ‘Blast Off’ at 2pm – all welcome.
Our School Target is 97%
This week our attendance was: 90.36%
The winners this week are…
First Place: Gillygate with 97.79%
Second Place: Stonegate with 94.01%
Third Place: Fossgate with 93.56%