Friday, 15 March 2019

Weekly Newsletter 15th March 2019

Dear Parents,

Diary Dates
Monday 18th March-School nurse in for Reception health checks

Tuesday 19th March-Reading afternoon in Scotland class-parents invited between 14:30 and 15:00.

Wednesday 20th March-Lots going on today! Some of our Year 6 pupils are on safer transport bus trip. During the afternoon some of our year 3 pupils are attending a Forest School session while Harry Potter club are competing in a quiz with pupils from Broadford. Palau and Australia classes will be spending the day at the Discover Children’s Story Centre at Stratford.

Thursday 21st March- Argentina class are visiting MOD Pizza in Romford during the morning. New Zealand class will spend the day at Discover Children’s Story Centre in Stratford.

Friday 22nd March- Regular bikers and scooter riders are invited to join us for the Bikers breakfast in the KS2 hall.


Monday 8th April and Tuesday 9th April -15:30-18:00 -Parents Evenings

Friday 12th April -last day of Spring Term

Monday 15th April- Friday 26th April -Easter Holidays

Monday 29th April-Inset Day-School closed

Tuesday 30th April- Pupils come back to school

A big thank you

We would like to thank the parents /carers of the children in the Nursery and Australia classes for their cooperation while the building work is taking place. The children have coped really well and we hope that things will get back to normal soon. Once again thank you for your patience.

Havering Catering Services

Week beginning 18th March is week 3 on the Havering Catering Services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.

Please be reminded to top up your child’s catering account as we cannot provide dinners for pupils whose accounts exceed a debt of £10.

Attendance Update

Year 5&6           Canada 91.7%

Year 3&4           Northern Ireland 95.6%

KS1                   Madagascar 91.7%

Overall              88%

Well done to Canada class who had the highest attendance in Y5&6 at 91.7% . Northern Ireland had the highest attendance in LKS2 and overall at 95.6% and Palau had the highest attendance in KS1 at 91.7%. Well done to them!. The overall attendance was extremely disappointing at only 88% which is well below our target!

Have a fabulous weekend.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs L Smith