Friday, 7 July 2017

Weekly Newsletter - 7.7.2017

 Friday 7th July, 2017
Weekly Newsletter
Dear Parents and Carers,

We have welcomed Miss Barron back to school after her maternity leave this week. It’s great to have her back with us.

Thank you to all of the families who attended the LFPA summer fete on Saturday. There were lots of people enjoying the music, food and drink, entertainment and sunshine. All of the children had a fabulous time on the inflatables and I am sure were completely worn out by the end of it all.
The day would not have happened if it was not for all of the hard work of the LFPA executive committee and LFPA volunteers. On behalf of the whole federation community I would like to say thank you for all of your team work and efforts to ensure that fete was such a success. All of the pennies have been counted and at the end of the day a wonderful £2300 was raised which will go towards both Broadford and Mead Primary Schools.

Diary Dates
As we countdown to the summer holidays, next week will be very busy in school.
On Monday 10th  the Nursery pupils are going to visit Barleylands for the day. Reception, year 1 & 2 have their sports morning at 9.15 am. Year 6 have a healthy eating talk by the school nurse. We have a photographer and journalist visiting from the TES to spend a day with us in preparation for our article in the publication to celebrate our recent awards.
On Tuesday 11th the book club are going to see Wind in the Willows. Year 4 are going to Adventure Island for a thrill seeking day in Southend. In the evening the year 6 pupils will be joined by their parents and families for the year 6 leavers event.
On Wednesday 12th, we have our very last club sharing assembly of the year, with both choirs and dance groups demonstrating their talents. KS2 pupils will be taking part in their sports morning after the assembly at 10.15. The spelling bee team are competing at the cluster competition at Drapers’ Academy. Cherry and Cedar spinebreakers are visiting the library.
On Thursday 13th, Reception are going to Tropical Wings for the day and Year 3 are visiting Colchester Zoo. The Nursery pupils will be taking part in their sporting activities. The Learning Federation governors are visiting both school's during the day visiting classes and talking with pupils.
On Friday 14th, our pupils who have been studying for their LAMDA exams will be taking these exams throughout the day on Friday. Good luck to them all. We would also like to invite parents and carers of pupils in years 5 to join the pupils for their ‘Fiver Fair’. This is the final part of their project and I know the pupil are very excited about sharing their work with you all.
At the end of this very busy week, you will receive your child’s end of year written report.

Sports Morning
Monday 10th July - 9.15am - Reception, year 1& 2
Wednesday 12th July - 10.15am - KS2
We would like to invite all parents and carers to the above events to cheer on the pupils and celebrate their sportsmanship. The children should arrive at school at the usual time wearing their PE kits so that they are ready to go. It would be a great idea for the pupils to bring in hats and we will make sure that their water bottles are full up, as I am sure the weather will be fabulous. We look forward to seeing you there.

Havering Catering Services
Week beginning 10th  July  is week 3 on the Havering Catering Services menu.

Key Dates for the rest of the Summer Term.
Monday 10th July - Reception and KS1 sports morning
Tuesday 11th July - Year 6 leavers evening
Wednesday 12th July - Clubs sharing assembly @ 9am
Wednesday 12th July - KS2 sports day @ 10.15 am
Monday 17th July - Parents evening
Tuesday 18th July - Year 6 production (morning)
Tuesday 18th July - Year 5 Parents meeting secondary transfer, 3.30 pm
Wednesday 19th July - Nursery closes
Friday 21st July - End of term

Weekly Attendance:  
KS1: - Mullberry Class 97.24%          KS2: - Ash Class 98.62% Overall:  95.40%
Congratulations to Mulberry and Ash class  who top the attendance table this week. Only a few weeks left to see who will top the attendance league this term.

E for Excellence Winners:
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Rebeca Antonoaie
Evie Cottam
Harvy Bende 
Matthew Murcia
Ethan Carruth
Eriya Byamugisha
Maddison Asling
Weronika Harandi
Freddie Jordan
Alfie Donnelly
Jessica Butler
Conor Borrell
Emily Russell
Ruby Burchell
Summer-Rose Trew
Harry Vincent
Certificate of Presentation:
The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books.
Tyler Wager, Morgan Palfreman, George Hart, Georgia Chilvers, Emily Johnson, Sienna Nickson, Lacey Joyett and Caydon Buckland, Ashlee Wright, Sam Middleton, Leo Whiten, Samira Rahman.

Star Writers:
These children have been awarded a star writer certificate and golden pencil in recognition of their excellent writing, use of powerful vocabulary and sophisticated writing  techniques.  
Esther Fadele, Dorrie Lewis, Rashida Sillah, Leah Sharpe, Gracee-May Coble, Daniel Tonu, Adam Murray, Florence Ayres, William Ilot, Finley Redmond, Tyler Kelly.

Learning Power Awards:
These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and to be successful later in life.
These children have demonstrated effective reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns. Rose-Anna Weaver, Peaches Johnson, Ijeoma Ezeogu, Lillie-Jo Guidotti, Lacey Wall, Ellis Drummond, Armani Peek, Joshua Kaylor, Aimee-Leigh Parmenter,
These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate:
Ronnie Marshall, Lebohang Sibanda, Lily Jones, Taylor Royer, Samuel Hatwell, Aimee Borrell,Bella Hyder, Jolene Frimpong,
These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate:
Isabelle Curtis-Rich, Rokas Zaikauskas, Lelethu Nombeko, Jacob Wager, Finley Hudson.
Being able to show that you can make links between ideas and showing imagination demonstrates resourcefulness. These pupils have been awarded their resourcefulness certificate this week:
Hollie Gray, Jacob Owsley, Oliver Purdy.

Learning Challenge
These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work;
Adrian Luca, Micayla Smith, Lola-Mae Trinder

Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Bronze reader award
Roberto Silva, Akunna Ezeogu
Harry Hann, Elinga Garbaliauskaite, Melisa Uluer, Tommy Watson,
Silver reader award
Grace Leadbitter, Olivia Crane, Mimi Wicher, Courtney-Elizabeth Janes, Indianna Roy, Naiara Cruz Botonog, Jeremiah Adegbite, Callie Romeril

Maths Challenge
These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges.
Olivia Crane, Paige McGeoghan

Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze - Adam Abubaker, Paige McGeoghan, Katrina Weaver, Lily Gray
Silver - Shauna Joyett, Jersey Callcut-Hannaford, Bella Hyder, Jack Silver,
Silver pencil - Jack Silver, Freddie Lewis
Golden bookmark - Peiyce Egan, Maisie Caine, Mikki-Leigh Williamson , Harry Hann
Golden certificate -  Harry Vincent, Connie Harvey, Tilly Butler,
Platinum prize - Ronnie Mersh, Natalie Towner, Austin Hall, Megan Mae Burnett
Platinum certificate - Evan Andrews, Ronnie Mersh,
Diamond prize - Lucy Stevens, Candice Chambers, Suada Cacaj
Diamond certificate - Bobby Peek, Lucy Stevens, Candice Chambers, Charlie Ilott, Jessica Chilvers, Sofia Raif, Archy Gore
Star certificate - Georgia Brooks, Athen Nombeko.

I hope you all have a restful and very pleasant weekend.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs L Nicholls


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