Thursday 29 September 2016

Macmillan Coffee Morning: timetable for Friday 30th September

There are now 2.5 million people in the UK living with cancer. By 2030, it will be 4 million people, and Macmillan Cancer Support want to be there for them all.
One in three of us will get cancer, and it will be one of the toughest things we’ll ever have to face. Macmillan's goal is to make sure no one faces cancer alone. They provide medical, emotional, practical and financial support, as well as campaigning for better cancer care. And because cancer affects more than just those facing it, Macmillan are there for friends and family too. Macmillan do amazing things.
Pop in and have a slice of cake, a cup of tea, and help raise money for this worthy cause. 
KS2 Class
EYFS/KS1 Class

We are Macmillan. Cancer support. Worlds biggest coffee morning. 25th September.

Friday 23 September 2016

Tracker Awards

These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  

Silver Pencils - Laicey McGeoghan, Phoebe Adams and sophia Houlston

Silver Trackers - Arya Shah, Nathan Ehihon, Samuel Hatwell, Tommy Cressey, Michael Ramalingham and Olivia Bundy.

Reading Awards

These children have been reading so much and so many books, they have earned themselves a reading award.
Georgia Brooks has read 10 books

Jersey Callcut-Hannaford has read earned her Bronze certificate.

Peiyce Egan is now a free reader.

Learning Challenge Awards

Arya Shah and William Iott have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work .

Learning Power Awards

These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and be successful later in life. 

These children have demonstrated effective reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns.
Elina Joshi, Ellis Curtis-Rich, Lea Cerqueira, Javy Needroo, Kaden Nicol, Tyler Wager, Isabelle Curtis-Rich, Plamen Vasilev, Freddie Shepphard, Elliw Wise and Cydney Ridley.

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate.
Katrina Weaver, Grace Moody and Jackie Ramalingham.

These pupils have managed to show that they can plan and revise their ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate.
Tony Marshall, Nathaniel Ramus, Leigh-Anna Weaver and Ellie-Jo Stapleton.

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.
Vittorio Omwanghe and Evans Andrews.

Star Writers

These children have used a range of powerful vocabulary and techniques to become a Star Writer;

Joshua Kaylor, Jessica Simpson, Samanyu Handoo, Sacha Raif, Jorja Mae Dines, Arya Shah, Rashid Sillah, John Olatunji, Jude Gore, Nancy Rack, Leah Sharpe, Emmanuel Atuahene and Ellie-Mae Wager.

Look out for examples of their work on the blog!

I Have Made My Teacher Happy

Hollie Gray has made her teacher happy and has been a great example for others in her class.

Presentation Awards

Well done to all of these children who have presented their work beautifully; 

Deborah Mushonga, Thomas Royer, Grace Gore, Emily Clayden, Jameel Ore, Tommy Watson, Sydney Griffiths, Alex Kopiec, Leah Joyce, Ameerah Bashir, Kabey Stevens, Lacey Joyett, Elena Amato and Charlie Green.

E for Excellence

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Sophie Daflon
Ja’Shayla Cousins-Okolie
Kaniska Chintala
Ramone Holme-Slater
Violet Chilton
Lucian Bundy
Billy Little
Megan Lockhart
Deborah Olukun
Connor Peppitt
Maisie Moss
Emma Bloy

Leo Mbata


Weekly Attendance:
KS1: Mulberry 96%                  KS2: Elm, Hazel and Maple 100%             Overall: 95.67%
Congratulations to Elm, Hazel and Maple who all receive a cupcake party this week for achieving 100% attendance, well done guys! We are nearly hitting our target of 96%, let’s all keep moving in the right direction.

Sharing Assembly

Redwood are the first class to share their learning with us. We are very much looking forward to seeing what Redwood pupils have been up too and we hope that many parents will be able to join us Wednesday 28th September @ 9.00 am.

Diary Dates

Year 4 Roman Day
Pupils in year 4 will be treated to a Roman workshop on Monday. The workshop will bring alive the history of the Romans for the children from the invasion of Claudius to Boudica's revolt. I am sure that they will have a toga-riffic time!

Year 6

Pupils in year 6 are visiting Hampton Court Palace on Thursday 29th September. Children need to arrive at school by 8.15 am in full school uniform so that they can leave by 8.30 am.

Cycling Day and Bike Club

On Friday 30th September Phil Myrea returns for the first cycling day and after school club of the year. These activities are available for pupils in year 5&6 who have passed their bikeability level 2. There has been a great response for these activities so far, if you are interested in taking part in cycling days or after school club please see Miss Cook.

Mead and Broadford  Dad’s* Night - Thursday 29th Sept 6:45-8pm @ Broadford Primary

We are delighted to be able to offer a night of honest, fun and inspiring discussion around a fire, if it is raining we will move into the hall. During the evening we will cover the information included in the mother and daughter session as well as be discussing what else is important to talk about with your children to help them flourish as young people.
The evening, hosted by Rev Rich, who as a qualified youth worker and parenting coach is very experienced in talking to parents about these topics.
Mum's, please encourage your partner to attend this important evening - it is open to both schools! This is an occasion for Dad’s only and not for the children.

School Nurse - Parents Head Lice Information Meeting

School Nurse Visit
We are aware that many parents have an ongoing struggle with head lice. Unfortunately, head lice can spread quickly throughout large groups of children and schools are an excellent place for them to fester. Our school nurse will be hosting a parent information meeting on Tuesday 27th September at 9.00 am. This will be held in the school hall please wait by the side door and we hope to welcome as many parents as possible on this occasion.

House Captain Elections

Congratulations to the following pupils who have been elected as House captains.     
Chatteris (Blue): Jessica Sampson and Jude Gore (Vice captains: Jackie Ramalingam and Leo Mbata)

Cricklade (Green): Ruby Burchell and Athen Nombeko (Vice captains: Brandon Brown and Sarah Wall)

Dulverton (Yellow): Nathaniel Ramus and Deborah Mushonga (Vice captains: Isaac Wright and Temira Hascar)

Faringdon (Red): Harry Vincent and Emma Bloy (Vice captains: Kie Purse and Tiara McGillivary)

A huge well done to all pupils who prepared a speech and delivered it in front of their peers this week. The standard of presentations was very high this year and the calibre of candidates was extremely strong. You should all feel very proud of yourselves.

Thursday 22 September 2016

Drapers' Academy Awards

In the summer term some of our pupils were invited to take part in a Science Program which was held at Drapers' Academy.

The science were so impressed by our pupils and their thinking skills and commitment to learning.  These pupils demonstrated their enthusiasm for science and their ability in the subject which has won them award.

Congratulations to the following pupils, Lewis Makolli, Deborah Mushonga, Kaine Painter and Guilia Vargas.

We are very proud of you all.

Kaine Painter said 'I'm a big Science fan so it was great to have the opportunity to mix chemicals and use a bunsen burner, I really enjoyed it.'