Friday 13th September - Issue 117

HEADTEACHER’S MESSAGE

Dear Parents/Carers,

It’s been an interesting week meeting our new pupils coming into Nursery and Reception and we are very happy to greet some new parents and old friends.

It is lovely to see all our pupils still in fantastic school uniform and, although it is still warm, it is great to see pupils have switched to their autumn/winter uniform. They look very smart.

In the dining hall our caterers are providing healthy and great tasting food. It is important that children practice the skill of using a knife and fork whilst eating lunch as this will stand them in good stead as they go through life.

Once out on the playground, Mr Tissot reminds all our pupils that he does not want to see pushing, pulling, holding and hitting (even in jest) in the playground. He is encouraging children to play football, table tennis and to use the play equipment sensibly.

We are introducing a theme of the week and this week coming it will be internet safety. Along with using our new computer suite, the whole school will be focusing on how we can use and enjoy the internet safely and responsibly. The NSPCC website has very useful tips on how to help your child stay safe online.

We are looking forward to meeting our year six parents at our ‘Up the Ante’ meeting on Thursday the 17th September. This meeting will focus on how working together we can raise the achievement of year six and improve SATs grades. Better grades will enable a better start in year seven. The meeting will also encompass transition into year seven. A representative from our sister school, St. George’s, will be present to talk about transition. For information on Westminster secondary admissions, please click here.

Please note that there has been a change to the date of the year two curriculum meeting. It will now be happening on Thursday the 26th September.

From next Friday our homework will be sent out on Friday afternoon and collected back in on Wednesday. This will allow pupils more quality time to tackle their homework. We will remind everyone that it is important to read every night and for reading records to be signed every day.

We are very pleased that our class visits to the local library will start next Thursday and will continue on a weekly basis with every class having an opportunity to visit.

Our year four children enjoyed their swimming lessons this week and I would like to encourage everyone that every child has their full PE kit available in school. Our PE curriculum is accessible to all with the correct kit.

We hope everyone has a peaceful and happy weekend.

Best wishes

Mr Tissot and Ms Thomas


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Our class assemblies are held on Thursdays at 9:00am in the Top Hall. Parents and carers of the class hosting the assembly are warmly invited to attend.

10th October - Class 3

17th October - Class 2

31st October - Class 6S

7th November - Class 6M

14th November - Class 1

21st November - Class 4T

28th November - Class 4Y

5th December - Class 5C

12th December - Class 5G


SEPTEMBER DATES

16th September (Monday) - Year 4 ‘Up the Ante’ Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

17th September (Tuesday) - Year 6 ‘Up The Ante’ Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (Top Hall)

18th September (Wednesday) - Year 1 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

19th September (Thursday) - Year 3 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

23rd September (Monday) - Year 5 ‘Up the Ante’ Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classrooms)

26th September (Thursday) - Year 2 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)


THE WEDNESDAY

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CARE

Dear Lord Jesus, thank you for your love and care. Please help us to care for creation and to do your work in the world with a loving and caring heart. Amen.


ATTENDANCE

Attendance

Our whole school attendance for this week is 96.6%.

The school gates open at 8:40 am and children need to be in class by 9:00 am. Attendance and punctuality are crucial, as continuous absence and lateness will result in your child missing important teacher instructions and learning.


RE CORNER - Class Two

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Year two has had an excellent start to the autumn term in our RE lessons. Our unit of study is about new beginnings. We have confirmed our understanding of the story of creation from the book of Genesis. We then were able to retell the story of God's amazing work at the very beginning when he created everything. Our most recent task was to write a psalm (a prayer song) to celebrate all of God's creations and confirm our understanding that he was there at all beginnings past, present and future.


COMMUNITY NOTICES

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Friday 6th September - Issue 116

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HEADTEACHER’S MESSAGE

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are delighted to join St. Edward’s and have had a really warm welcome from staff, pupils and parents. We look forward to working with all your children to ensure they achieve as much as they possibly can and grow in the love of God this year.

This morning Mr Tissot gave an uplifting whole school assembly in which the children and staff reverently said the new school prayer. He explained to the children that a new gold star system was starting on Monday where children will be rewarded for exceptional effort. We want to encourage children to understand that if they always do their best, we will always try to recognise their effort.

Mr Tissot also told our pupils that they may bring in their own table tennis bats, clearly marked with their name and entirely at their own risk.

We congratulate our pupils and parents on the fantastic uniform this week and would like to remind everyone that coats and hats need to be either blue or black in colour.

We also wish to congratulate all our pupils on their good behaviour and manners, including table manners in the dinner hall. This year school meals cost £1.95 per day. Our school meals are freshly prepared on site, including bread and confectionery and there is also a fantastic salad bar and a delicious selection of puddings available. It has been lovely to see the healthy packed lunches some children have brought from home and we look forward to this continuing throughout the year. Please click here for some healthy packed lunch choices.

It has been wonderful welcoming our new children in Nursery and Reception and we look forward to doing the same next week. We are continuing the policy of opening the gates at 8:40 am and children must be in class by 8:55 am.

You will have seen there are some changes in the planner including our exciting innovation ‘Word of the Day’. We firmly believe that every pupil needs to be able to learn to read and write and achieve in Maths. Our big push this year will be focused on those basic areas and to make as much progress as they possibly can.

We are holding an ‘Up The Ante’ meeting on the 17th September at 3:30 pm for all our year six parents and we look forward to meeting with them as we want to ensure everyone has a full working knowledge of the SATs pupils will be sitting in May.

On a final note, we know our parents are a talented group of people and if anyone would like to volunteer to help in school, please apply in writing to Ms Thomas.

We hope everyone has a peaceful and happy weekend.

Best wishes

Mr Tissot and Ms Thomas


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Our class assemblies are held on Thursdays at 9:00am in the Top Hall. Parents and carers of the class hosting the assembly are warmly invited to attend.

10th October - Class 3

17th October - Class 2

31st October - Class 6S

7th November - Class 6M

14th November - Class 1

21st November - Class 4T

28th November - Class 4Y

5th December - Class 5C

12th December - Class 5G

 

SEPTEMBER DATES

16th September (Monday) - Year 4 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

17th September (Tuesday) - Year 6 ‘Up The Ante’ Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (Top Hall)

18th September (Wednesday) - Year 1 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

19th September (Thursday) - Year 3 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

20th September (Friday) - Year 2 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classroom)

23rd September (Monday) - Year 5 Parent Curriculum Meeting 3:30 – 3:45 pm (classrooms)


RE CORNER - OUR NEW SCHOOL PRAYER

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Thank you, O God, for another day.
Help me to spend it wisely and to spend it well.
Grant that everything I do today may be done as well as I can do it.
Grant that everyone I meet may be happier for the meeting.
Keep me all through today, conscientious in my work,
truthful in my speaking and loyal to my friends
and faithful to those who love me.
Through Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Amen.


NOTICES AND REMINDERS

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

If you have a child in year 3 or above and you would like to have him/her prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation & First Holy Communion at Our Lady of the Rosary Church then collect a form from the Repository on Sundays between 08.30 & 12.30. For the Parish of Our Lady St. John’s Wood please visit the website for information and forms to register your child.


Friday 19th July - Issue 115

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Message from St Edward’s Governors

As Miss O’Connor and Mrs Moon prepare to leave our school at the end of this term, we would like to say a big thank to them for all their hard work and the many improvements they have made whilst leading our school. We are sure you will join with us in wishing them all the best for the future.

 We would also like to extend a warm welcome to Mr Tissot, Ms Thomas and Mr Smith who will be joining us in the new school year, and thank them for the work they have been doing already, to prepare for a smooth transition. We hope you will continue to give them your full and generous support as they take over the reins of St Edward’s.

And finally, we wish you all, and your families, a safe and very happy Summer holiday. Long may the good weather last.


Headteacher’s Message

Dear Children, Parents, Carers,  Staff and Governors,

As another successful year draws to a close, it is amazing how much has been achieved by the children, staff, parents and governors. The achievements extend from the academic, to the sporting and the creative arts and St. Edward's continues to go from strength to strength.

I wish to take this moment to express my sincere thanks to the whole St. Edward’s community for making my time here so special. I am very proud to have been part of this school and to have served the community that we as a school serve. Our children are bright, enthusiastic and have a love of learning that has been a true inspiration to see. This is a credit to you as their parents and carers and to the whole staff team.

The time has come to say goodbye to Mrs Moon who has served St. Edward’s for 13 years. Many of our families know her so well and she will be sorely missed. I am sure you all join me in thanking her for her care, love and dedication to our children and school. Mrs Moon, on behalf of the whole St. Edward’s community - we wish you all the very best for a future filled with happiness and success.

We bid a fond farewell to our Year 6 children who will be starting secondary school in September.  It has been a pleasure and delight watching them develop into responsible young people.  I hope they look back at their time at St. Edward's with fondness. I am proud of them all and wish them all the best of luck in the future.  Year 6, take away with you the values you have been taught at St. Edward's and remember: 'To help one person to grow is to help to build the World'.  Please come back to visit when you can.

We also say goodbye to Miss Watts, Miss Dolan, Miss Williams, Miss Scribani and Mr Dawes.  I am sure you all join me is expressing our thanks for their hard work, dedication and invaluable contribution they have made to St. Edward’s. We wish them every success and blessing for the future!  Max, our Fit for Sport coach, is also leaving to go to a different school where he will also be in charge of PE - we wish him all the best and thank him him for all his help and care of our children.

To all our St. Edward’s families - thank you for your ongoing support not only to your children, but to the school and I wish you all the best for the future. I am leaving St. Edward’s taking many very fond memories with me. Thank you once again.

Wishing all staff, parents and children a very enjoyable and safe holiday period.  The new school year starts on Wednesday the 4th September.

Best wishes and God bless,

Miss Clare O'Connor


THE WEDNESDAY

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LISTENING

Dear Lord Jesus, thank you for always being ready to listen to us. Please help us to listen and understand your words and to be good listeners to each other too. Amen.


ATTENDANCE

Class 13 are our attendance trophy winners for this year with 97%! Well done! Our whole school attendance for this academic year is 95.3%.


ACHIEVEMENT

End of Year Certificates

Congratulations to children who received certificates at this morning’s end of year assembly - they have received these awards in recognition of their consistent hard work and effort throughout the year.

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NOTICES AND REMINDERS

Leavers’ Mass

Fr. Lorenzo joined us for a special farewell Mass on Tuesday. May God’s blessings be with our Year 6 leavers and we wish them every success and happiness in secondary school.

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Leavers’ Assembly

We bid a sad farewell to our Year 6 children on Thursday at a special Leavers’ Assembly. We remembered their time at St. Edward’s and recognised their many achievements. It has been a pleasure teaching them and seeing them grow in confidence and ability over the years.

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Whole School PSHE Day

On Monday 15th July, the whole school partook in another PSHE day. Lots of activities were run in the classroom, many conversations were had and of course, a lot of fun! The main focus of the lessons were on the British Values, specifically looking at children's rights. Children were very creative and classes produces lovely pieces of work. Year 5 produced a large jigsaw puzzle of the different kinds of people we share our world with- all different races, religions, languages and backgrounds. While Reception and Nursery showed off their skills in keeping their bodies clean, drinking lots of water and brushing their teeth every day!

 

Coming soon…

Our Keystage 1 playground is going to be transformed in next term as we have ordered an Activity Trail to be installed during the October Half Term. Our EYFS and KS1 children will have the opportunity to develop their gross motor skills while having lots of fun.


SPORT

Jamie has been awarded with the Team Player of the Year Trophy and Tyler received the Sportsman of the Year Trophy. Well done!

 

QPR Leavers’ Tournament

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Our Year 6 boys’ football team had a great day participating in the QPR Leavers’ Tournament last Friday. They performed incredibly well making it to the semi-finals! The boys displayed true sportsmanship and gave it their best go! Thank you to Mr Abbas for his dedication to the team and being the best coach ever!


COMMUNITY NOTICES

 
 
 
 
 
 

HOUSE POINTS

Campion are our house cup winners this week with 578 points! Well done!

 

House Points for the Year

Our house cup winners for the year are More with a fantastic 19683 points. Each one of these points represent hard work, good behaviour and excellent effort - well done!


Friday 12th July - Issue 114

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HEADTEACHER’S MESSAGE

Dear Parents, Carers and Children,

In this Sunday’s Gospel we will read about the Good Samaritan. In this parable, Jesus teaches us that our neighbour is any person who needs our help, regardless of who they are or where they come from. This is a message that is relevant to us in our lives today - we can change the world through loving and serving our neighbours.

This week has been a very busy one at St. Edward’s - we celebrated our Summer Party, our year six students partied at their Leavers’ Disco, we enjoyed a fantastic end of year production by our year 6 children, class 3 went on an exciting trip to the ‘Chicken Shed’ in Hyde Park, classes 7 and 8 visited Westminster Cathedral and class 11 made the most of the brilliant weather by enjoying a picnic and art in Hyde Park.

I wish to say a very special thank you to Miss Holly Freiter and Waitrose for their generous donation of ice lollies that the children enjoyed at the summer party yesterday - they were delicious! A thank you from the whole school to all the parents who helped out at the party.

Please enjoy the photos of the various events below - the lovely pictures are courtesy of Wu Photography.

Next week we prepare to say farewell and good luck to our Year Six children with a special Leavers’ Mass and Assembly - Year 6 parents are warmly invited to join us for both these events.

End of year class parties are taking place on Thursday 18th July.  Children are allowed to bring one snack for themselves and one non fizzy soft drink for themselves to have during the afternoon. 

Our year 5 parents will be starting to think about Secondary Transfer as the deadline for these applications is 31st October 2019. Below is information regarding open events at Maria Fidelis and Westminster Academy. I urge parents to please start researching by visiting individual secondary school websites for detailed information on their application processes.

A reminder that end of year reports will be sent out on Monday.

Have a lovely weekend.

Best wishes,

Miss Clare O’Connor


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

JULY DATES

Tuesday 16th July - Year 6 Leavers’ Mass at 2:00pm

Thursday 18th July - Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly 9:00am

Thuersday 18th - Class Parties in the afternoon

Friday 19th July - School ends at 1:30pm


THE WEDNESDAY

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NEIGHBOUR

Dear Lord Jesus, thank you for teaching us how to be good neighbours. Help us to show our love through our actions and so to be respectful and caring to all we meet. Amen.


ATTENDANCE

Class 3 are our attendance trophy winners this week with an amazing 99%! Well done! Our whole school attendance for the week is 95%.


NOTICES AND REMINDERS

Year 6 End of Year Production - Rock Bottom

A big thank you to Mr Dawes, Miss Williams and Miss Paul for their hard work, direction and effort that resulted in a very enjoyable and entertaining performance. Year 6 - you did brilliantly and we are so very proud of you!

 

Year 6 Leavers’ Disco

 

Summer Party

 

Class 11 visit Hyde Park

Class 11 had a wonderful trip to Hyde Park on Wednesday. It was a lovely way to end the year. The children did some sketches of the Albert Memorial and then had a picnic and played games together. The weather was lovely and the day was such fun. A huge thank you to the adults who came with Class 11 and who were so helpful.

 
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Westminster Faith Exchange Art and Poetry Competition

A huge congratulations to Lama who submitted a poem for the Westminster Faith Exchange Art and Poetry competition. This was a competition open to all children and young people in Westminster. The theme was 'Looking after our planet.'

She has been invited to accept a prize and read out her poem next Wednesday at the Lord Mayor's Parlour, Westminster City Hall.

We look forward to hearing the poem in September. Well done Lama and to all the other children who took part in the competition.

 
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Mathletics Wizard!

Talia (class 10) reached first place out of the top 100 students worldwide in Mathletics on Wednesday. What a brilliant achievement!

 

Dessert Day - 17th July

All children are invited to join us for a special summer lunch - wraps and ice cream. The cost is £1.90 (unless you are in receipt of Free School Meals).

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Lord’s Have a Go Sessions

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We’ve got an exciting event coming up this summer at Lord’s – a giant All Stars “Have a Go” session at Lord’s  - and we wanted to give our most local students an opportunity to join us. It’s a free event and there is a limited capacity, so it would be great to  have some St Edwards students joining us! Here is a brief overview:

 Join us at Lord’s and Have-a-Go at All Stars!

Friday 23rd August

10am – 12pm

Lord’s Cricket Ground NW8 8QN

 Come and try our free All Stars Cricket ‘Have-a-Go’ sessions to get your first taste of cricket. The fun activity is open for kids 4-8 years of age to enjoy together with the family. The sessions will be action-packed with plenty of fun games and activities to test out new skills like batting, bowling and catching!

 Sign up at http://bit.ly/LordsAllStarsHaveAGoThe event has a limited capacity – avoid disappointment and sign up ASAP. If the event is full, please email community@mcc.org.uk to register to the waitlist.

 If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the MCC Community team.

 

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RE CORNER

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In Class 13, we are preparing for our Year 6 leavers assembly with Class 14. As our time at St Edward's is shortly coming to an end, we are taking time to reflect on our religious journey throughout primary school. We have reflected on our achievements, successes, highs and lows and the spiritual life lessons that we have learnt along the way. As we look towards the future, we may be nervous about secondary school and the future ahead, but we know that God has big plans for each and everyone of us and He will be with us every step of the way.


SPORT

Sports Day Achievers

Children and staff who displayed excellent athletisism at Sports Day were duly awarded with medals at Thursday’s assembly - well done! We are looking at our sports champions of the future!

 
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Table Tennis

Last weekend Luna took part in the Middlesex Closed Tournament at Greenhouse and was runner up in the under 11’s. What a great achievement Luna!


ACHIEVEMENT

Well done to all children who received certificates at this morning’s achievement assembly. They are being recognised for their excellent work, good behaviour and hard effort.


HOUSE POINTS

More are our house champions once again this week with 413 points! Well done!


Friday 5th July - Issue 113

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HEADTEACHER’S MESSAGE

Dear Parents, Carers and Children,

On Sunday, as we listen to the Gospel we will be reminded that Jesus came to establish God’s kingdom so that we all can share in God’s healing love and peace. When we welcome Jesus into our lives and try to live as he taught us, God’s kingdom grows within our hearts.

On Monday 8th July children will have the opportunity to spend part of the day with their new class teachers in their new classes. I know staff and children alike are eager to get to know each other ahead of the new academic year.

Other events happening next week are:

Year 6 End of Year Production on Wednesday 10th at 2:00pm - Parents and families of our year 6 pupils are very warmly invited to come along and watch their production of Rock Bottom. The children and year 6 staff team have been rehearsing and preparing really hard and we are looking forward to seeing their performance!

Summer Party on Thursday 11th - the whole school will enjoy an afternoon of fun, games and sporting activities. This is a highlight on the St. Edward’s calendar and a celebration for the children to thank them for their hard work and good effort through the year. A very big thank to all parents who have volunteered to help out on the day - your help is invaluable and we could not have the party without you!

Year 6 Leavers’ Disco on Thursday 11th from 4:30 - 6:30pm - our year 6 children will enjoy an evening of dancing.

Lastly, but not least, there has been an increase in the number of lost property items. Next week from Monday to Wednesday these items will be in the KS2 playground after school for parents to claim.

Have a lovely weekend.

Best wishes,

Miss Clare O’Connor


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

JULY DATES

Monday 8th July - Transition Day

Wednesday 10th July - Class 3 visit Hyde Park

Wednesday 10th July - Class 11 visit Hyde Park

Wednesday 10th July - Year 6 End of Year Production 2:00pm

Thursday 11th July - Summer Party

Thursday 11th July - Year 6 Leavers’ Disco 4:30 - 6:30pm

Tuesday 16th July - Leavers’ Mass at 2:00pm

Wednesday 17th July - Dessert Day - please see below - £1.90

Thursday 18th July - Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly 9:00am

Friday 19th July - School ends at 1:30pm


THE WEDNESDAY

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GOD’S KINGDOM

Dear Lord Jesus, Please help us to build your kingdom in our hearts and in the world - to do your work on earth with love and care for all. Amen.


ATTENDANCE

Class 3 achieved 98% and class 13 97% attendance this week - well done!


NOTICES AND REMINDERS

First Holy Communion Mass

We celebrated a beautiful First Holy Communion Mass on Monday and I wish to thank Fr. Lorenzo for sharing this special event with us. The children looked wonderful in their outfits and the Mass was a fitting reminder of the importance of this holy and joyful sacrament. To Ava, Maisie, Tristan, Reese, Elisa, Miley, Fiona, Lola, Segen, Skye, Gracie, Carmel, Maria and Mekhi - may God’s blessings follow you now and throughout your lives.

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Reception Graduation Day

It was wonderful to have so many proud parents share in this special occasion - to see their children reach another milestone in their schooling career. Class 2 have now officially ‘graduated’ and are ready for Year 1! Well done!

 

Year 5 visit St. George’s for a Taster Day

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Year 5 had an excellent taster day at St George's School yesterday. They had a tour of the school given by pupils from the sixth form and took part in various lessons including French, Drama, Music and Geography. The children were very impressed with the school and were excited about the prospect of one day being in Secondary school. Well done to Class 11 and Class 12 for their good behaviour and manners during the visit - and for working so hard during the lessons!

 

Class 12 go to Chelsea Physic Garden

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Class 12 had a memorable time at the Chelsea Physic Garden on Monday, learning about different plants. We went on a nature hunt and we even had the chance to make our own habitat for our dinosaurs!

 

Year 6 visit York House

On Thursday 4th July, Year 6 had a wonderful opportunity to visit York House for the Young Readers Program. At York House, Year 6 were separated and put into groups to do a range of different and fun activities- listening to exciting poems being read to us, creating our own bookmark and even got to choose our own book to keep! At the end, my group got creative by using straws, sticks and blue tack to create a structure of our own design. My favourite part of the trip was getting my own free book to take home to keep! I had the best day! Selena (Class 13)

 

Art Club

This week Art Club made their very own elephant and tiger hand puppets! They look great!

 

Year 6 End of Year Production

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Year 6 are ready to take you on a journey back to the dawn of time in "Rock Bottom" a musical set in prehistorical Stone Age! Parents/carers and families of our year 6 children are invited to join us at 2:00pm on Wednesday 10th July for our great end of year production. I hope to see you there for a rocking time!

 
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We will be hosting our Summer Party on Thursday 11th July. We have a fun packed beach themed afternoon of entertainment, sport and dancing planned. Children may wear beach clothes for the day (no swimwear or flip flops please), and come prepared for an afternoon outside i.e wearing sunscreen, sun hats and bring an extra bottle of water.

 

Dessert Day - Wednesday 17th July

Children are invited to join us on the 17th July for a special summer menu of delicious wraps and ice cream! Cost is £1.90 payable via ParentPay.

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First Holy Communion at Our Lady of the Rosary Church

If you have a child in year 3 or above and you would like to have him/her prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation & First Holy Communion at Our Lady of the Rosary Church, forms are now available from the Repository on Sundays between 08.30 & 12.30.


RE CORNER

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This term in Class 9 we are studying God's people. It is really interesting because we learn about people who were just ordinary, but as they followed God footsteps they became Holy.

We are understanding that every single of us is important in a different way and all of us can go around the world, in our houses and school and spread the Good News. We did a lesson about Saints and we researched about St Francis of Assis, St Edward, St George and Saint Lourdes. Their life stories are very fascinating, as we learnt all about the miracles they performed on Earth.


COMMUNITY NOTICES

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ACHIEVEMENT

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Congratulations to children who received certificates at this mornings achievement assembly. Well done!

 

Mathletics

A BIG WELL DONE to Amelia, Ava and Kaito on being awarded with their Mathletics gold certificates. Keep up the good work!


HOUSE POINTS

Once again More take the top spot with a fantastic 489 house points this week!