Newsletter 35/15


All classes have had a fun time this week learning about healthy eating.  On Monday Chartwells held a KS2 Roadshow after school which was very well attended.  Classes have been cooking and tasting healthy food all week.  We have all learned a lot about making healthier food choices. 

On Wednesday children brought into school their entries for the Great Summerfields Bake Off!  The challenge was to create a delicious treat which was also healthy.  Entries were judged by our very own “Mary Berry” and “Paul Hollywood” accompanied by Mel and Sue!  The standard of the bakes was unbelievably high.  Well done to everyone who entered: it was very difficult to pick the winners from each class  but they were:-

England        Ruby

India             Rosie

China            Logan

Australia      Emily

Kenya           Cody

Peru              Talia

GB                Becky

We hope now  the “Bake Off” will be an annual event on the Summerfields calendar.



Thank you to everyone for their kind donations to our mufti day today raising funds for the victims of the Grenfell fire disaster.  We will let you know next week the amount raised.  Thank you to Archie in Year 5 for making the suggestion.



At this busy time of year lots of letters and forms are currently being sent out.  For your information this week the following were sent home:-

Whole school letter about chasing up slips and payments

Year 1 end of school trip to Ryde

Year 5 and 6 letter about their London trip earlier this term

KS2 Production tickets—please can all orders for tickets be returned as soon as possible to avoid disappointment

Year 3 Naturezone trip

Cricket Club Tournament

Please can we respectfully remind parents and children that ALL slips should be returned via the “Green Box” in the school lobby and not left in children’s book bags where they might be missed.



Year 5 raised £28.00 selling ice pops this week for their class charity of The Bus Shelter.  However the class have now decided to split this with the Grenfell fire disaster appeal.  Thank you for your support of this and all the fund raising activities currently taking place in school.



The Friends of Lord Louis library are holding a special Indian themed story time on Saturday 1st July 2017 from 10am-12noon.  There will be Indian folk stories, craft, Indian snacks and henna tattoos (there will be a small charge for these).  The event is suitable for ages 4+ and all children must be accompanied by an adult.



Can I politely ask that even though you may not be on school premises you consider your behaviour in and around school as you drop off and wait to collect your child.  Children and other adults find swearing, hand gestures and shouting intimidating.  It is not really an image of the school we would like to encourage.



This week we have flyers for the following:

Art Ninja

Food Bank Clothing Sale


My Guide Volunteering



Hideous – meaning horrible.



I believe in me.




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