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Key Stage 2: 28 November 2016

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Year 4 Assembly

Well done to all of the Year 4 students, teachers and LSAs for a fantastic assembly on Friday. The focus was on the features of non-chronological reports and linked in with their mini-topic on The Titanic. The students demonstrated their fantastic knowledge of the Titanic as they talked us through the sections of the report. This was also a very useful assembly for the Year 2s who got to see what their non-fiction writing is leading them up to. Thank you to all of the parents who came along to support the Year 4s.

Vertical Garden Design Competition

Last Friday was the closing date for the KS2 Vertical Garden Design Competition. There were some excellent examples of creative thinking in the entries received, with the students carefully including recycling in their designs. Everyone who took part will receive 2 house points. Our winning entry was from Sofia in 6M who will receive 20 house points. Special mention and 10 points each, go to Anna and Yun Jung, both in 6G. Well done and we can’t wait to see the winning design take shape over next term.

Christmas Gift Boxes

In KS2, every year we collect gifts for the children at our House charity – The Bangkok Refugee Centre. This takes the form of gift boxes, in which small items suitable for either a boy or a girl of a specific age are placed. These boxes will be placed under the Christmas tree in the school office, which will be appearing in a few weeks’ time. These gifts will be delivered to the Bangkok Refugee Centre by some of our school House team. We will let you know soon when it is time to start bringing these gifts into school, but want to give you all time to start preparing a box.

What you need:

  • An old shoebox, or similar sized box is the perfect size

  • Select a range of items to put in the box- suitable toiletries, toys, books, etc.

  • Clearly label the box - boy or girl & age range

Parent Consultations

Thank you all for coming along to meet your children’s teachers to discuss their progress. We hope you all found this experience to be valuable. If you have any feedback about the consultation process or the reports, please email me directly.