Newsletter 33/16

ATTENDANCE TROPHY

Congratulations to both Peru and Great Britain Classes who are May’s joint Attendance Stars!  They win the trophy for last month as they have achieved 97.84% attendance.  The whole school attendance for May was 95.88%, which is below our target of 96.2%.  Class attendance percentages for May were as follows:-

England Class                            94.87%

India Class                                   94.61%

China Class 95.94%

Australia Class 95.65%

Kenya Class 94.00%

Peru Class 97.84%

Great Britain Class 97.84%

 

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 908 Points

Atlantic House 992 Points

Indian House 932 Points

Pacific House 956 Points

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

 

THANK YOU’S

A big thank you to all the staff who gave up their time to help make the Kingswood trip such a success and memorable experience for the children.  Mrs Stiles would also like to thank all the parents/grandparents that helped to transport children to and from the Country Dancing Festival at Havenstreet Railway on Wednesday. The children danced really well and thoroughly enjoyed the day.

 

‘FRIENDS OF SUMMERFIELDS’ RAFFLE TICKETS

Please return all raffle ticket stubs and money to the school office in a sealed envelope by Friday 1st July.

 

WATER BOTTLES

Please ensure that your child has a water bottle in school every day.  We have had children queuing at the office most break times for a cup when they have forgotten their own water bottle. Children need to keep hydrated especially during the warm weather.  Thank you for your co-operation.

 

THE QUEEN’S 90TH BIRTHDAY PICNIC

Thank you to everyone who came along to our family picnic today in honour of HM The Queen’s 90th Birthday. We have all had a wonderful day and the children have excelled themselves with their hat designs. Well done.

 

ONLINE SAFETY FOR PARENTS

Do you know what your children are doing online?

The Isle of Wight Safeguarding Children Board are hosting FREE two hour sessions which will enlighten parents on:

  • What young people are using the internet for
  • The technology they are using
  • Managing the risks
  • Taking positive action

The sessions are not hi-tech but contain practical content and advice for parents that will make a difference.

How to book: Visit www.iowscb.org.uk, complete an application form and email it to LSCB@IOW.GOV.UK or telephone 814545 for more details.  Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARIES

Please check the Events page on the website for a list of dates for this half term.

 

WHOLE SCHOOL TARGET

Tools of the trade…….Get organised and have the necessary equipment for every lesson.

 

SPELLINGS OF THE WEEK

Key Stage 1 Spelling of the Week is “that”.

Key Stage 2 Spelling of the Week is “apparent”.

Can you put these words into a sentence?

 

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