Friday 3 November 2017

Weekly Newsletter - Friday 3rd November, 2017

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope that you all enjoyed the half term break with friends and family. We are all looking forward to a busy and fun packed half term.

Diary Dates
On Monday 6th, pupils will entertained during the afternoon by M&M Productions and their version of Robin Hood. In the evening the LFPA have their fireworks event. There are a few remaining tickets available, please see one of the volunteers if you haven’t got yours yet.
On Tuesday 7th some of the KS2 pupils will be participating in a textiles workshop alongside pupils from Saunders Drapers Secondary School.
On Wednesday 8th November Hazel class will be hosting the sharing assembly and sharing their learning with us. All parents and carers are warmly invited to attend the assembly. Year 6 pupils are taking part in the second of the STEAM powered workshops. Some of our year 5&6 pupils will be participating in a Mathematics focused day at St Patrick’s School and pine class are visiting Hilldene library in the afternoon.
On Thursday 9th November year 4 are visiting Vue cinema in Romford as part of the annual film festival for schools to watch the film Moana. At 10.00 am Miss Taylor will be showing prospective parents around the school. If you know anyone who would like to look at the school in the hopes of their children attending, please ask them to book a place on the tour via the school office. In the afternoon year 6 pupils are attending The Theatre of Law assembly at Mead.
On Friday 10th year 6 are visiting the cinema for the Vue schools festival and they will be watching Diary of a Wimpy Kid.  
Look out for all stories on the school blog.

We must inform you that members of staff are not permitted to administer medicine to any pupils without written permission. If your child requires medication throughout the school day please visit the office and complete an ‘administering medication permission’ form. All medication must have a clear prescription label from your Doctor. If your child’s medication has not been prescribed by a medical professional we will not be able to administer during the day. However, if your child needs unprescribed medication then  parents are more than welcome to come to the office and meet children to give them any medication they require.

From Monday 6th - Friday 10th November we will be selling poppies and poppy merchandise  in school, all monies raised be donated to the British Legion. Children will be able to purchase a poppy from the year 6 prefects at breaktime. If your child would like to purchase a poppy they can bring in money to do so. We suggest a 20p donation. There will also be other items on sale such as;
Wristbands - 50p
Reflector - 50p
Friendship bracelet - £1.00
Snap band - £1.00

Reception Applications
If your child is due to start Reception year in September 2018 you must apply for a place online before Monday 15th January 2018. For further information and details of how to apply visit

Havering catering Services
Week beginning Monday 6th November is week 2 on the Havering catering Services Menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.

Weekly Attendance:  
KS1: -  Cherry 98.67%        KS2: - Elm 99.33% Overall:  95.7%
Congratulations to Cherry  and Elm class who top the attendance table this week.
E for Excellence Winners:
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Kayden Gunnell
Chloe-Rose Marshall
Hamza Raza
Grace Leadbitter
Louie Athey
Megan Robinson
Andrew Mihai-Stoian
Caydon Buckland
Alfie Clark
Diya Patel
Ameerah Bashir
Lily Jones
Maisy Cohen
Georgia Chilvers
Certificate of Presentation:
The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books.
Teni Adu, Tommy Cressey, Molly-May Harrop, Olivia Crane, Harry Hann,  Sophie Houlston, Cruz Carey, Ja’Shayla Cousins

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.  
Jacob Owsley, Micayla Smith, Florence Ayres, Jessica Pollard, Ryan Stapleton, Alfie Bloy, Giada Vargas, Maisie Caine, James Wise, Amandeep Ubhi, Lily Gray, Brooke Atkinson,Amelia Davis, Deniz Huseyin

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. Brandon Cohen, Ethan Gibb, Kyla Miller, Harry Maskell, Izaan Shah, Khaira Hascar, Callie Romeril, Charles Porter, Oliver Hall, Ashlee Wright, Henry Cruz Kokonchev, Thabang Sibanda, Frankie Woolnough

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate:
Lelethu Nombeko, Alin Botonog, Olivia Bundy, Jessica Mersh, Riley Whitcombe, Steven Davenport,  Charlie Marshall, Tiggy Burnett, Charis Jones, Simran Bashir, David White

These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate.
Sienna Nickson, Storm Hawkes, Keira Baker, Fayo Ayodola, Emily Russell

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:
Arhaan Kaushal, Archie Patrick-Stuart

Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Luke Vigors, Nicholas Adeniyi, Jayden Awuah, Tirenioluwas Oke, Ruby-Rose Palfreman, Daisy Bones, Aleena Satti, James Wise, Summer Carruth, Lidia Catlin, Harry Cole, Zoe Middleton, John Owers, Richie Houston
Bronze reader award
Ellie Chalmers, Ethan Carruth, Victoria Powlak, Augustas Baradinskas, Adrian Luca, Layla-Rose Mahad, Alex Ianache, Charlie Simpson, Alice Adedipe
Free Reader
Oliver Stay, Jaydon Holloway, Deborah Oluokun

Maths Challenge
These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges.
Amandeep Ubhi

Fact Hunter
These children have an insatiable appetite for knowledge and an amazing ability to sniff our amazing facts.  
Jessica Butler, Maliat Bakreen, Gavin Butler, Paige McGeoghan

Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze certificate - Savannah Watson
Silver pencil - Kaden Nicol
Silver certificate - Adefolawemi Olugbodi
Silver prestige pencil - Georgia Chilvers
Silver Prestige certificate - Freddie Lewis  
Platinum prize -Bayleigh Parsons, Gracee-May Coble
Platinum certificate - Austin Hall, Ellis Curtis-Rich
Diamond prize - Lillie-Jo Guidotti, Arya Shah, Maliat Bakreen, Rashid Sillah, Jack Eve, Florence Ayres, Arhann Kashaul
Diamond certificate - Michael Sloan
Diamond double prestige certificate - Jack Eve
Star Prize - Amandeep Uhbi, Evie Cottam
Star certificate - Jessica Simpson, Ijeoma Ezeogu, Evie Cottam
Star prestige certificate - Jacob Owsley

I hope you all have a fantastic weekend.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs L Nicholls


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