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Foundation Stage & KS1: Room for the imagination

It was nice to see so many Y2 Parents at our Meet the Teacher event on Thursday.  There was some very positive feedback to the way the campus is developing, and we know with your support that what we offer the children will only get better.

 

Creative Space

Next week we are hoping to offer some new activities on the playground for the KS1 children.  One of these is the re-opening of our popular Creative Space.  

If you have a few egg boxes or cardboard tubes at home suitable for junk models, then please ask your child to bring them in and sort them into the appropriate bin. Please make sure items are thoroughly clean and have no sharp edges. Teachers will check at breaktimes to see what is there for children to use.

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ECA sign-ups

Over recent terms we have worked very hard to make the sign-up process for Extra Curricular Activities (ECAs) as fair as possible.

Rather than a first-come first-serve system, the system is now preference-based. You will need your Moodle login to be able to view and begin your selections, and this window will stay open until Wednesday 6th September. You are free to choose as many activities as you would like, ranking them on a preference basis - 1st choice, 2nd choice etc. We encourage you to choose as many activities as your child is interested in.

The way in which you choose to rank your preferences is left deliberately open. If joining an activity on a Monday is important to you, then please allocate your higher preferences to Monday activities. If you're keen for your child to partake in an ECA every day, then feel free to make a 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th... choice per day.

Note: Please check the ECAs again on Moodle before you make your final choices as we have added a few more since you were first able to view.

On Thursday 7th September, ECA places will be allocated by the system to ensure everyone's preferences are fairly taken into consideration. You  will then be notified which clubs your child is enrolled in, and will be able to change those activities, subject to alternative places being available.

If you are new to the school and need help, please contact the school office where staff will be pleased to talk you through the process.  

Assemblies

The first of our KS1 assemblies happened last week, along with launch of the House Competition for this year.  Our new House Leaders, Miss Cassie, Miss Helen, Miss Jen and Miss Gemma, are launching House Competitions that you will be able to read about in the House Section of the newsletter, as well as find details about the upcoming elections for House Captains.

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Date for your diary

As you can see from the library photographs, Reception children just love books and are already developing some early reading skills.  If you want to find out more about how we teach reading in Reception and how you can help your child at home, please put this date in your diary:

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Things to Remember

  • Please make sure your child has a water bottle in school which goes home daily to be washed.

  • Children need a hat to wear at playtimes and in PE.  We have Legionnaire style hats (with the flap that covers the neck), visor style and baseball caps (great for sport), all on sale at the school shop. Alternatively the children can bring a hat from school.

  • Please make sure that everything  your child brings into school has their name and class written on it clearly.