This year World Book Day is Thursday 6th March, but in school we are celebrating on Friday 7th March, pay a £1 and come to school dressed as your favourite book character. The money raised goes towards school books. If you are stuck for fancy dress ideas try this link: Fancy Dress Ideas
We hope that you have had a relaxed half term, dodging the rain! Don’t forget that the Spring/Summer Lunch Menu starts when we return on Monday 24 February. We are celebrating World Book Day in school on Friday 7 March and encouraging children to dress up as their favourite book character. Parents’ Evenings take place on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 March. If you have any questions about events in school, please ask your child’s teacher or pop to the School Office.
Our football team (selected from pupils in Years 4-6) recently took part in an Indoor Football Tournament at the amazing new facility in Brimscombe, Indoor Football. We narrowly missed getting through to the next round but everyone enjoyed our practice session in Brimscombe and taking part in the tournament the following week. We are looking forward to playing outdoors again after half term!
Parents, do come along to a session at school on Tuesday 11 February, 6-7pm, with education consultant Di Pardoe. Di will be sharing her knowledge and understanding of how children can become successful learners and how you as a parent can play your part in improving motivation and raising achievement. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday evening.
Don’t forget, Key Stage 2 are holding a Parents’ Maths Evening on Wednesday 29 January at 6pm in the Year 6 classroom. Find out more about supporting your child with their learning. Creche provided for school age children if you need to bring them.
It’s back! The Radio 2 500 WORDS short story writing competition for 2014 has been launched. Can you write an amazing story using no more than 500 words? You could win the height of Chris Evans in books plus 500 books for school! Find out more, and lots of ideas, on www.bbc.co.uk/500words…
We are looking at a model that sets out 5 Keys to Success
- Feed the mind (or the brain, as the children say)
- Strengthen the body
- Find and emulate successful role models
- Take massive action in life
- Strengthen the spirit, through gratitude and giving way more than is expected.
Look out for more information in the newsletters.