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How can you help your children with school work ?

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The importance of a good breakfast If you’re a parent you’ll know how difficult it can be to get children to eat breakfast in the morning. Whether it’s because there’s no time or the children simply aren’t hungry, the fact is 1 in 6 children unfortunately miss breakfast everyday. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it provides you with the engery, vitamins and minerals to fuel your day. A good breakfast sets you up for the day ahead, providing energy and essential vitamins and minerals to fuel your body after a night’s sleep. The government, nutritionists and the Food Standards Agency all agree on this. But in Britain today an alarming number of people still choose to skip breakfast. Scientific studies show if you skip your morning meal you, and in particular children, are statistically more likely to snack on high calorie, high fat foods mid-morning. What’s more, if you don’t eat breakfast scientists say you are unlikely to make up the nutrients missed through others meals of the day. What really concerns us though is the number of children who start the day hungry. Our research tells us everyday in Britain 190,000 children don’t eat breakfast before they leave for school. So, give your children the best start to the day with a healthy breakfast.

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Hindhayes school had a visit from Peter Cabble at the end of their Olympic Week. Peter had carried the torch through the town of Street. All the children were able to hold the torch and the picture shows Oak class with Peter.

Kite making

Kumon’s maths and English study programmes work to develop your child’s confidence and independent study skills so they excel throughout the new term and beyond. To unlock your child’s potential, contact your local Instructor for a Free Assessment. Frome Study Centre Susan Gatward 01373 451 889 Wells Study Centre Daphne Gait 01749 673695 Fees vary. Please refer to your local study centre.

Children at Hindhayes Infant School in Street made kites and had a go at flying them before the end of term. It was good fun and not too many got tangled up with each other!

THE SOUTH WEST SCHOOL OF DANCE RAD ballet ISTD tap, modern and jazz Street dance Pre-School dance Classes held in Street and Wells 2 WEEK FREE TRIAL WITH THIS AD Principal: Miss Sarah Jones LRAD AISTD Dip CDE Tel: 01458 850263 Quality teaching in a caring environment


Aspiration and Enterprise week

As part of Meare Village Primary School’s annual Aspiration and Enterprise week, pupils had a range of visitors who talked to them about their careers. Year 6 undertook Work Experience and visited Bridgwater College to learn about the range of vocational opportunities. Swan Class visited Bath Spa University to explore options for their academic future. All classes participated in Enterprise Markets selling cakes, notebooks and gifts.

New generation skills

Danny Grewcock teamed up with Premiership Rugby sponsors Aviva and visited pupils at Horrington Primary as part of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Schools Programme. The Bath Rugby Academy Director put the youngsters through their paces as he led a wide range of rugby activities to help the youngsters continue their tag rugby education. The Aviva Premiership Rugby Schools Programme represents a significant investment (£2 million) by Aviva into the grass roots level of the game and designed to unearth the next generation of rugby stars. Resources will go towards supporting over 1,200 teachers in 650 schools across the country whilst also providing all the kit necessary to play tag rugby. Horrington is one of just a handful of schools in the country to receive an exclusive visit from one of the country’s top players and reflects Aviva’s commitment in promoting rugby in non-traditional rugby playing schools.

Environmental art workshop 26 pupils from St Cuthbert’s Infant School, in Wells visited The Bishop’s Palace and took part in an environmental art workshop. They explored the 14 acres of gardens looking at shape, texture and colour. They found natural objects to create some temporary art pieces; they also made their own prints to display in an exhibition at school to mark the end of their arts week. Their teacher said “The children were thoroughly engaged and suddenly the words ’Outdoor Learning’ had real meaning”.


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Bionic Ear Show

Scooter obstacle course

As part of Meare Village Primary School’s Science Week the children had a visit from the Bionic Ear Show. There were plenty of opportunities for audience participation while the children learnt how sound travels through the ear to the brain. By the end of the show the world’s largest ear, 116 times larger than a normal ear, had been created on stage.

Instead of cycling children at Hindhayes took part in a scooter obstacle course to raise funds for the school. Here they are ready to set off complete with scooters and helmets. Congratulations to TeganMarie Curry who won a brand new scooter in the prize draw.

Perpetual Cups Awards St Pauls Primary School in Shepton Mallet presented their Perpetual Cups at their awards ceremony. The cups were presented to: Owen Kingsford for Endeavour, Erin Harris for Care, Courtesy and Consideration, Verity Bolton achieved the music award, Komi Sefia was presented with Lower School sports Personality and Annie Broomsgrove was awarded with Upper school Sports Personality.

Rugby Academy Camp All Hallows Preparatory School, Shepton Mallet hosted a Bath Rugby Premiership Rugby Academy Camp for 40 children aged between 6 years – 13 years.Over 5 days, participants enjoyed a variety of game-based activities. Bath Rugby’s John Harrison said, “This is the first time we have delivered a camp at All Hallows, and it has allowed a new group of participants to join in the fun. It was great to see a number of players from Castle Cary Rugby Club at the camp.” To complete the Bath Rugby experience the camp participants were invited to attend the Bath Rugby v London Welsh friendly match played at the Rec on Saturday 11th August.

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Ditcheat Primary achieve award Acting Head, Tracey Trood and Ditcheat School’s Primary Talk Co-ordinator along with some of the children celebrated as they were presented with the Primary Talk award. Ditcheat School have been re-accredited and passed at 100%. This award shows that they still are a school who firmly believes that communication is the most important key to children’s learning. They are very proud of their success. Ditcheat’s Primary Talk Co-ordinator said ‘It has made us all aware of how we interact with children and their needs. Parents, governors, staff and children all help to make this a communicative friendly school’.

Mini Olympics

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Children from St Paul’s Primary School in Shepton Mallet attended the mini Olympics at Millfield. Mica won Gold for 80m as well as 800m and also won Silver for Long Jump. Other medal winners from St Paul’s were Komi who won a silver in the 55m Hurdles, Keely who won a bronze in the 600m and Ellis who won Bronze in the quoit throw and Silver in the vortex howler throw. Huge congratulations to all of the athletes that took part.

Colin Bell came into school to help the children paint a mural for the school playground. The children drew sketches of Olympic sports prior to the visit. The sketches were then sent to Colin who sketched them as the children had drawn them onto the main board, then every child in the school painted a small part of the display. The final result is stunning. We are going to put it up on the wall in our playground during the summer holidays ready for the new term.

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what’s on September 1 Disney’s The Lion King at Bristol Hippodrome from 1st Sept to 17th November 2012 ......................................................................

6 Movie by moonlight, Happy Feet 2, at The Royal Victoria Park in Bath ......................................................................

1-9 Until 9th Sand Sculpture Festival Mon-Fri 10am - 5pm,

12-19 Wells festival of Literature, tickets available from

Sat & Sun 10am - 6pm Weston Beach near the SeaQuarium Entry fees: Adults £3.50, Concessions £3, Child (3-16) £2, Family £10. Group rates for 10 or more. For more details ......................................................................

9 Open Cockpit Day and Helicopter Experience Flights 10am- 5.30pm (flights from 2pm) Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare Usual museum admission applies. Flights are an additional £34 per seat. For more details: 01934 635 227 ......................................................................

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13-14 RHL Weston Beach Race Saturday: 9am Youth

125/250F race, 11am Youth 65cc race and 1pm-4pm Adult Quad/Sidecar race. Sunday: 9am Youth Quad race, 11am Youth 85 small wheel and large wheel race and 1pm-4pm main Solo race. For more details: visit ......................................................................

19 Ted’s Big Day out, join in the fun and raise money for The Forever Friends Appeal. ......................................................................

14-22 Jane Austin festival in Bath, at the Jane Austin

Centre ......................................................................

15 Big Festival Weekend at Bath Racecourse


15-23 North Somerset Arts Showcase Exhibition at Sidcot Arts Centre see for more information ......................................................................

22 Keynsham Youth Festival at Keynsham Memorial Park


23 Grand Pier Half Marathon in Weston Super Mare


23 The Great Bath Feast 2012, taking place across the City until 31st October ......................................................................

28 Bath Festival of Children’s Literature across the City

until 7th October ......................................................................

Unlock the secrets of The Palace • 14 acres of safe walled garden • Medieval moated Palace and chapel • New Learning Room • Free trails and resources

October 4 Autumn Steam Gala at West Somerset Railway, see for more information ......................................................................

6 Fourteenth Annual Giant Charity Autumn Craft Fair at the Town Hall in Wells ......................................................................

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Children’s Clubs

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Clubs and classes for school-age children are not only after school, but can run at weekends and during holidays. Are you wondering how your child might benefit by joining a club? This list is simply a starting point, but it certainly gives you 10 reasons to investigate sports and other clubs in your area for your children.

Getting Out

Many children spend a lot of time in front of the TV or playing computer games. Club’s can give children an opportunity to explore more varied and healthier activities.

Meeting People and Making Friends

Joining a club gives children a comfortable and appropriate place to meet others with similar interests. This environment can form the basis for lifelong friendships.

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Keeping them Out of Trouble

Studies show that after-school, the twilight hours are more risky to children than night-time hours. Participating in an after-school club reduces the risk of children becoming involved in things that parents would prefer them to avoid.

Learning New Skills

Children who participate in a variety of activities are introduced to new skills and are given a chance to develop them. As children realise they “can do” these things then their self-confidence grows.

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Learn Teamworking

Many activities require children to work together towards achieving a common goal. Whether they are trying to win a game or complete a community service project, children learn to work as a team.

Developing Independence By participating in clubs, young children learn to exist and thrive ‘outside of their family’. Older children learn skills and values that will carry them through to their adult lives.

Civic Mindedness and Values

Some organisations exist as service organisations. Others participate in community service as part of a larger scope of activities. Either way, children can get the chance to learn to look beyond themselves and experience how they can make a difference.

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Leadership and Responsibility

Children have the opportunity to make their own decisions – they learn to lead, follow and carry their portion of responsibility.

Improving Selection Prospects

In addition to solid academies, employers and further education establishments like to see well-rounded applicants. Club participation demonstrated over a period of time will help to enhance any application.

Playing a game, camping, singing whatever the focus, children participate because they enjoy the activities, and sometimes fun is as good a reason as any other to join a club. This isn’t the end of the list, we are sure you could add more ideas of your own, but they are 10 great reasons to see what is out there!

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The Grunts In Trouble Written by: Philip Ardagh Illustrated by: Axel Scheffler Age 5+ Meet the Grunts! Mr and Mrs, their cat Ginger Biscuit, two donkeys Clip and Clop and Sunny, a child Mr Grunt stole off a washing line as a present for Mrs Grunt. The Grunts roam the land in a ramshackle and unlikely looking home on wheels. Their adventures are as unsavoury, unlikely and entertaining as they are as Axel Scheffler’s illustrations wittily show; fans of Andy Stanton’s Mr Gum and Roald Dahl’s The Twits will delight in this disgusting but amiable pair their terrible antics.

Four Children and It Written by Jacqueline Wilson4 Age 9+ The new bestseller from Jacqueline Wilson, creator of Tracy Beaker , Hetty Feather and The Illustrated Mum , is a funny, moving and heartwarming story of four children who discover a way to make wishes come true. Echoing the classic E Nesbit novel, Five Children and It , this new story from this mega-selling author, winner of the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize, is a brilliant read not just for those familiar with the original book but for any of Wilson’s millions of fans.


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My Hamster is a Genius Written by Dave Lowe Age 7+ When Benjamin Jinks is given a hamster he isn’t best pleased, until he realises his Stinky the hamster is a genius! A hilarious tale of one boy and his hamster and the mischief they create. New talent Dave Lowe’s first adventure is brilliantly brought to life by illustrator Mark Chambers in this hilarious read.

Barbie: The Princess & The Popstar Due for release on 03 September 2012 In this sparkling musical adventure, Barbie stars as Tori, the kind-hearted princess of Meribella who would rather sing and dance than perform her royal duties. When her favourite pop star Keira visits the kingdom, the girls discover they have much in common, including a magical secret that lets them look like one another. At first, swapping places seems like a great idea, until each girl realizes that the other’s life isn’t as easy as it seems! But Meribella also has a magical secret, and when it’s stolen, the whole kingdom is put in danger. Will true friendship save the day? Filled with fantastic songs, fabulous fashions, and fun new friends, it’s an exciting musical celebration that shows the best thing you can be is yourself.

The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists Due for release on 10 September 2012 Set sail for a fun-filled voyage of hilarious pirate antics with the biggest Band of Misfits on the seven seas! When the infamous Pirate Captain (Hugh Grant) is shunned once again by his rivals Black Bellamy (Jeremy Piven) and Liz Cutlass (Salma Hayek), he sets his sights to win the coveted Pirate of the Year Award! With his trusted “parrot” Polly and rag-tag crew at his side, Pirate Captain will need to battle Queen Victoria, save a young Charles Darwin and never lose sight of what a pirate loves best: Adventure!


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Learning is fun!

“A good education is like a savings account; the more you put into it, the richer you are.” The new school year is always an exciting time and sometimes a scary time, too! You can make a real difference to how your children feel about it and how quickly they settle in. Children of all ages retain more information if it is taught in a fun and exciting way. We have created the following ideas to help you to work with your children at home to develop their skills and generate an excitement around their school work.

The alphabet

Recognition and learning through tracing - get your child used to the shapes of letters by finger tracing or by colouring some outline letters in.

AbCDEF Early learning skills

To help your child to get used to controlling their pencil, draw a series of squiggly lines on paper and ask them to draw over them. It can be fun to draw some very basic animal figures and even faces and around hands and feet.

Learning about money

Encourage your child to use money as soon as possible. Allow them to hand over the cash for payment in the shop and also to collect the change. Once they have been given the change, ask them which coins they have been given and how many of each etc.

Hand writing

To encourage story writing find a family photograph or a picture from the internet and ask your child to write a story around what they can see. It may be about a family visiting the zoo and the things they see there or even a trip to the moon. The possibilities are endless.

Time tables

Here are some rhymes to help with some times tables reminders: 56 = 7X8....remember 5 6 7 8 It’s great to be really sure 8x3 is 24! It’s heaven to be completely done, now 7x3 makes 21! If it adds up to 9, it is part of the 9 times table... 18...27...36...45...54...63...72...81...90 He ate and ate and stuck in the door, 8x8 is 64! 12 = 3 x 4....remember....1 2 3 4

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Why did the teacher have crossed eyes? Because she couldn’t control her pupils

How do bees get to school? By School Buzz Why did the echo get detention? For answering back

Teacher: James, where is your homework? James: I ate it. Teacher: Why? James: You said it was a piece of cake


What did one maths book say to another? Boy do I have problems


Due to so many fantastic achievements we ran out of space! But don’t worry your photo will be in the next edition of Hey!



Children at Croscombe C E Primary School receiving their swimming certificates for the summer term, well done.

Mr Lawrence of Croscombe School presented Isabelle with the Jessie Lawrence Award for the most positive attitude towards school throughout the year. Isabelle also received a £20.00 book voucher and inscribed medal to keep. (Jessie Lawrence used to be a teacher at Croscombe. Sadly she passed away a couple of years ago, but very kindly left a sum of money to set up an award in her name). Well done Isabelle, a fantastic achievement.

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ow! Let us know your ac hievements, both inside & outside of schoo l and we will includ e you in our next edition of WOW! Email your ph otos and text to: hey@ or call us on 01761 41 0141 Joe was presented with the Respect Award at Croscombe School which is given termly to pupils who always show kindness and consideration, demonstrate appropriate behaviour and encourage other children to do the same. A fabulous recognition of your hard work Joe, well done.

Evie, Heather, Bennie, Emily and Rosie have all passed their Primary Ballet exam at the Centre School of Dance, a fantastic achievement for you all, keep up the hard work.

Mia Baber (left), Evie Byrne (centre) and Evie Ward have now had their last day at 1st Shepton Mallet Rainbows and will be joining 1st Shepton Mallet Brownies in September, with tradition they had to jump over the Rainbow on their last day to gain their own pot of gold. Well done to you all, have lots of fun at Brownies.

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Boot Tidy

Here is an original way to keep your pens and pencils organised - and it makes a great keepsake gift too! You will need: An old (clean!) pair of welly boots Alphabet buttons or beads, or other decorations White (PVA) glue

Make a special box in which to keep your best pieces of work this school year. If you have a class mascot why not take inspiration from them to make your box unique and special to this school year. You will need: A plain box file PVA (white) glue Pictures (can be drawings, colourings, cut-outs from comics or photographs) Chose some pictures to decorate the lid of the box file. These could be photographs of your child in school uniform, or magazine cut-outs of favourite characters, or anything else that takes your fancy. If you have any brothers or sisters, it may be an idea to add your name to the side of the box in the same way. This will make it easier to find on the shelf.

Make sure your boots are sparkling clean and then set about decorating them! Our example were heavily patterned already so we just used alphabet beads to spell out “pencils” down one side, but if you start with plain boots you can really go to town, using glitter, sequins, or acrylic paint!

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GAMING ZONE Welcome to our Gaming Zone, here we will give you some reviews of the top selling games.

Nintendo Wii: New Games

Xbox 360: New Games

Just Dance 4

FIFA 13 Ultimate edition

Release date 2nd October 2012 The world’s number one dance game brand is back with Just Dance 4! The latest edition of the record-breaking franchise takes the party to a whole new level of fun, with over 40 all-new hits, the coolest dances and brand new features. Just Dance 4 is your ticket to the best new music with over 40 tracks from a variety of top artists, popular genres and hot billboard songs like “Good Feeling” by Flo Rida, and “Moves Like Jagger” by Maroon 5 ft. Christina Aguilera. The track list also features legendary artists such as Barry White and The B-52’s to get the whole family up and moving.

Release date 28th September The FIFA Ultimate Team is a massive online community where over 5 million fans build, manage and compete with their dream football team against their fellow players, and FIFA 13 takes this beyond the game for a truly immersive experience. Buy, sell and trade players with other Ultimate Team Members around the world, and access your account online to continue managing your team outside of the game – and beyond the confines of your console!

PS Vita: New Games Little Big Planet Release date 21st September 2012 In LittleBigPlanet for PlayStation Vita, join Sackboy on a completely new adventure, filled with exploration and competition. Customize Sackboy and the world around you with unique touch and camera create tools that let you play with more freedom that ever before. LittleBigPlanet for PS Vita is a miniature development kit in the palm of your hand that will allow players to create a multitude of different experiencesthe possibilities are truly endless!


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Every pe unique rson has a tongue print

The winter of 1932 was so cold that Niagara Falls froze completely solid The average person has over 1,460 dreams a year

rage The ave s all person f seven asleep in s minute

Tomato Ketchup Ketchup was sold in the 1830’s as medicine

A ‘jiffy’ is an actual unit of time: 1/100th of a second

The sentence “THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG” uses every letter in the alphabet


The Olympic flag’s colours are always red, black, blue, green and yellow rings on a field of white. This is because at least one of those colours appears on the flag of every nation on the planet.

An ostrich’s eye is bigger that it’s brain

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