Newsletter 37/16

 ATTENDANCE TROPHY

Congratulations to Great Britain Class who are June’s Attendance Stars!  They win the trophy for last month as they have achieved 98.42% attendance.  The whole school attendance for June was 96.26%, which is above our target of 96.2%. Class attendance percentages for June were as follows:-

England Class               92.76%

India Class                    96.40%

China Class                   94.46%

Australia Class             96.53%

Kenya Class                  97.70%

Peru Class                    97.81%

Great Britain Class     98.42%

 

KEY STAGE 2 PRODUCTION

A reminder that children from KS2 need to be back at school for 5:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday next week for the end of year production unless otherwise advised. Don’t forget that anyone can attend the dress rehearsal on Monday at 1:30pm, no ticket required.

 

TRAVEL ACTION PLAN

As part of an ongoing project to encourage more parents  to leave their car at home and choose a more sustainable active travel method of bringing their children to school, Alec Broome, Sports Development Officer, who works for the Isle of Wight Council Sports Unit, would like your assistance. He would like to gather some information about your travel to school by asking you to complete a short survey of 10 questions which will take 3-5 minutes.  The survey is designed to establish the reasons parents choose the travel methods they do.

Please visit http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DRZT76X.

 

CHANGE TO CHARTWELL’S MENU

WEEK COMMENCING 11TH JULY

Monday 11th July        Savoury Mince and Rice

Tuesday 12th July       Sausages and Mash

Wednesday 13th July Sports Day (no hot meal)

 

WEEK COMMENCING 18TH JULY

Monday 18th July      Pasta Bolognese

Tuesday 19th July     Blackgang Chine (no hot meal)

Wednesday 20th July Fish and Chips

 

SPORTS DAY AND FAMILY PICNIC

Remember everyone is welcome to our Sports Day Picnic next Wednesday, 13th July 2016.  The picnic will start at 12 noon with the races commencing after the children have had registration at 1:00pm.  Please remember if you have not already ordered a school picnic for your child, then you should ensure that they come to school on Wednesday with one from home.  Every child will need to bring a tee shirt in their house colour on the day. Let’s hope the weather is kind to us.

 

BLACKGANG CHINE TRIP—TUESDAY 19TH JULY

Permission slips and payment for the trip to Blackgang Chine are due today.  If you have not yet paid for the trip and are having difficulty logging on to the school online payment system, www.schoolmoney.co.uk, please contact the school office as soon as possible.  Any outstanding permission slips need to be put in the ‘green box’. Thank you.

 

PLAYTIMES

Thank you for the lovely donations of games and toys we have received this week for children to play with at lunch and playtimes.  Donations can still be made to the office if you are having a clear out!  Thank you.

 

CRICKET NEWS

Mr Murphy took a group of Year 5 pupils to a school Cricket Tournament on Tuesday this week.  They played 3 games with 2 wins and 1 draw.  They played exceptionally well and their behaviour was a credit to the school.

 

CAKE AND CRAFT SALE

As part of  the Year 6 ‘Fiver Challenge’ they will be holding a ‘Cake and Craft’ sale on Monday 11th July after school in the Year 6 classroom.  This is the final challenge so please support this event. The total amount raised will be published in next week’s newsletter.

 

SPELLINGS OF THE WEEK

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

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

 

WHOLE SCHOOL TARGET

Control yourself… Go for help when you start to feel angry or try counting to ten.

 

 

 

 

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