Newsletter 15/16

WELCOME BACK!

We would like to wish all our pupils and parents a very happy and healthy 2016.  We hope you all enjoyed the holidays and had a good rest.  We would like to welcome Ms Wood back to Summerfields on a full time basis and thank Miss Vine for all her hard work as Acting Head Teacher over the past few months.  We would also like to welcome Mrs Emma Palin who has joined our staff this term.

 

ATTENDANCE TROPHY

Congratulations to Peru Class who are December’s Attendance Stars!  They win the trophy this month as they have achieved 98.59% attendance for December.  The whole school attendance for December was 96.89% which is above our target of 96.20%.  Class attendance percentages for December were as follows:-

England Class              94.87%

India Class                    98.08%

China Class                   94.97%

Australia Class             96.31%

Kenya Class                   97.28%

Peru Class                      98.59%

Great Britain Class      98.08%

Both Peru Class and India Class had 100% attendance on the last week of term.  Well done!

 

HOUSE POINTS

Each half term the “House Points” from each class are collected and the House with the most points wins the trophy!  Below are the House Point totals for last half term:-

Arctic House              811

Atlantic House          828

Indian House            791

Pacific House            876

Therefore the champions for the last half term were Pacific House.  Congratulations!

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARIES

Please see the events page for important dates for this term.  Please note that these are only PROVISIONAL dates and may be subject to change.

 

QUIZ NIGHT

The Friends of Summerfields are holding a fun quiz night on Friday 15th January 2016.  This evening is for adults only.  Bring your own drink and nibbles!  £2.00 per person entry fee with a maximum of 6 per team.  Come along and have some fun while raising funds for your children at Summerfields.

 

BORROWED CLOTHING

Please remember if your child borrows clothing from school, can you ensure that it is washed and then returned to school as soon as possible.  We have now run out of small girls pants.  If you have borrowed some, please return to your child’s class. If you have any underwear suitable for small children that you would like to donate, please hand in to the school office.  Thank you.

 

LOST PROPERTY

We have again acquired a mountain of lost property after a “tidy up” of the school at Christmas.  This will be on display from Monday morning just inside the school hall.  If lost property is not claimed next week, then it will be given to charity.  Please take time to go through these items if your child has recently lost anything.

 

VOLUNTEER FAIR

Do you have any spare time?  Do you want to make a difference but don’t know how?  Then why not go along to the Volunteer Fair and find out more about volunteering opportunities on the Isle of Wight this year.  This event is being held at Ventnor Botanic Garden on Saturday 16th January 2016 from 11.00am-3.00pm.  There is free entry and free parking!  No matter what your age, background, experience or ability you are sure to find something to interest and inspire you at this fair.

 

WORD OF THE WEEK

The word of the week is “caricature”.

 

WHOLE SCHOOL TARGET

Polite and pleasing.  Show teachers that you know how to talk to them by making the right choice of words and tone of voice.

 

 

 

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