Here's all our news for this week. Swimming has been a success this week. Please make sure that swimming payments have been received by the office. Remember that if you have a concern or question, you are welcome to contact the office, who will be happy to help.
Well done to our achievers of the week; 'Spotted' for showing Christian Values - Benjamin Johal for showing kindness and compassion to others.
Achievers Year R - Dylen and Seren Year 1 - Amelia K and Hector Year 2 - Jaeden and Molly Year 3 - Belinda and Henry Year 4 - Darcie and Lilly Year 5 - Ruby and Amy Year 6 - Luke and Grace
Attendance award - Year 4 Overall class attendance-
Cleanest classroom - Year R Special mentions to - May in Year 4 for winning a trophy for day event horse-riding.
Athletics Well done to all the KS2 children who took part in the North Dorset Pyramid Cluster Athletics Festival on Tuesday. We had a lovely sunny afternoon, with lots of great results in individual events. Our school came third in the competition overall, with lots of children doing better than they had thought. We are very proud of our resilient children and excellent team work that we saw on the day. Well done
The BIG ME day- Friday 23rd June Don't forget to come to school dressed as your future self. We are thinking about the value 'Aspire'. We are also raising money for Action aid, which support children in deprived areas. If you want to take part, please also bring a contribution of a £1.
Phonics All our Year 1 children have finished their screening check. We will let you know how they did when we send out our reports later in the term. We aren't able to share any information with you until then.
Grandparents Day Thursday 22nd June 9.05 am - 11.30am Last year, our Grandparents day was very successful and very busy! This year, we have split the morning into Key Stages to allow for more room! We welcome you to church at 9:05 to start our day.
9.40am - refreshments in the hall
10.00-10.30 am Grandparents from Years R, 1 and 2 visit the classes and read with their children
10.30-11.00am - refreshments in the hall
11.00-11.30 am Grandparents from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 visit the classes and read with their children.
Please let the office know who would like to attend and let us know if you have special requirements, for example, planning for disabled access. We hope to welcome as many Grandparents as possible.
Pupils take over! We are pleased to let you know the results of our election. Well done to all who took part. Ruby White has been elected to be a Headteacher for the day. Oscar Moore has been elected to be a Deputy Head for the day. Watch this space, they are busy planning their day and taking ideas from the children.
Sports Day Our annual sports day is on Thursday 29th June, with the day split into Key Stages. Please remember to provide a colour t-shirt for your child depending on which 'house' they are in. If you aren't sure, check with your class teacher. It will be either;
They will need school PE shorts and trainers or daps. Children must have proper PE footwear to take part, not school shoes.
Rounders Competitions On Tuesday 20th June, our Year 2 class will take part in a cluster rounders event at William Barnes. On Thursday afternoon, a team of Year 5 and 6 children will take part in a match at Child Okeford. Good luck everyone.
Thought for the Week Every week, we have a special focus for thinking and prayer. This week, we are thinking about changing and growing. "Teach a child to choose the right path, and when he is older, he will remain upon it". (Living Bible: Proverbs 22:6)
Travelling Books - Book Fair We are celebrating reading next week with the Book fair available Monday- Thursday after school. Please bring some money and have a look each day from 3.15pm- 4.00pm. Grandparents can also browse during Thursday.
PTA DISCO Don't forget to come to the Disco tonight.
KS1 (YR,1,2) from 6pm- 7pm
KS2 7.15pm- 8.15pm
Thank you very much to our dedicated PTA team for planning and running this very popular event. Please can we ask that children avoid bringing any electronic devices and wearing heels, which damage our special hall floor.
Blooming Tea Party News The Blooming Tea Party held last Friday raised £275 for Marie Curie. Thanks for all cake donations and for your support of the event. Many thanks to Mandy Elsworth and the PTA for running this event.
Chloe's Teddy Bear & Cake Sale Well done to Chloe Jackson of Year 3 who raised a total of £102 at her teddy and cake sale for Cancer Research at school yesterday. Chloe has been working really hard to raise money for this cause and has so far raised a total of £163. If you couldn't make the sale or would just like to give your support to Chloe and Cancer Research, please visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Chloe-Jackson2018.
That's all our news for this week.
Kind regards Sarah Lafferty-Jenkins Headteacher
Dates for your Diary
Sun 18th JuneFather's Day celebration service at St Mary's 9:30am 19th - 23rd JuneBOOK FAIR WEEK Tue 20th JuneYear 2 Runaround Rounders Thur 22nd JuneGrandparents Day (following church at 9:05am) Year 5/6 Rounders at Child Okeford Fri 23rd June'BIG ME' Day Wed 28th JuneYear 4 Step-Up Day at SNHS New entrants in school Thur 29th JuneSports Day
Mon 3rd JulyYear 5/6 Sporting Challenge Day at SNHS Tue 4th JulyYear 4 Singing Day at Child Okeford Wed 5th JulyYear 5 Arts Day at SNHS Year R trip to Gore Farm Year 3 trip to Gore Farm New entrants in school Thur 6th JulyChurch service 9:05am - all welcome Mon 10th JulyYear 4 trip to Salisbury Cathedral Wed 12th JulyNew entrants in school Mon 17th JulyYear 2 Assembly 2:30pm Year 6 Production 6-7pm Tue 18th JulyYear 6 Production 1:30-2:30pm Year 6 Production 6-7pm Wed 19th JulyYear 6 Leavers Party Thur 20th JulyChurch service 9:05am - all welcome Year 6 Leavers Assembly BREAK UP FOR SUMMER
Fri 21st JulyINSET DAY