Revoe Reporter Issue: 468
Date: 13th Jan 2017
16th January—Headstart meeting for Y5 parents 2.15pm 17th January—Y6 and Y2 Fire Safety Talks. 24th January—Y5 Parent/carers Waterpark meeting 26th January– Y3 Zoo Visit. 3rd February - Reception Stay and Play session 2.15pm. 10th February—RLA closes for Half term 20th February—RLA reopens
Contact Information—We have been unable to contact a number of parents this week. If you have changed your phone number during the Christmas break , please can you ensure the information is updated at the office. Thank you for your cooperation Primary Applications—The closing date for all Primary Application forms is Sunday 15th January. If you have a child who is due to start school in September and you have not completed an application, please contact our school office. What’s on in January—Toddler yoga with J’adore Mama will start on Thursday, 12th January from 2.00pm—3.00pm for 5 weeks. This is suitable for babies who can crawl up to 2 years of age. No previous yoga experience is required as this is very gentle and focuses on baby’s stimulation and development, strength and reflexes whilst adding music and sensory items. This is a fun session for mum and baby ending with relaxation. We are holding a Waterpark meeting for parents and carers of children in Y5. The meeting will be held at 3.30pm on 24th January. Please meet at the main office. The visit will take place from 4th—8th September 2017. Letters will be handed out during the meeting.
Breakfast Club—Breakfast Cafe is open to the families of Nursery and Reception Children. ( This may include younger or older siblings) Breakfast is available between 8.15 & 8.45am.,Monday to Friday during term time. Activities are available throughout the session and all children must be supervised by their parent/carer at all times . A timetable of all our Children's Centre events and activities can be found on our facebook page or a copy can be obtained from the centre or our school office.
Please can we ask all parents to ensure children arrive at school in our full and correct uniform. Thank you
Our topic this term is, 'What makes the earth angry?'. We started the term with a bang as the children found there had been an earthquake in the class. They examined the evidence and wrote a newspaper article. We have attempted to make a tornado in class and we made a volcano erupt.
Year 1 have been having lots of fun spending part of the day in complete darkness to experience what it would be like without light sources. In the depths of the ‘dark caves’ , created within the classroom, they have investigated which sources of light are more effective in finding the objects hidden within. We have also created woodland camping areas for our role play where the children have been exploring the habitats of nocturnal animals
Many of you have now met the latest member of our team, Poppy. Poppy has started her basic puppy training and over the coming months she will be commencing her training as a therapy dog. We will keep you all updated on her progress. Thank you to Mia, Bailey and Usman who submitted the name Poppy for our competition. On Friday ,3rd February, Reception have organised a stay and play session for parents. The event will commence at 2pm. There will be lots of activities relating to writing and how we teach it. This is also an opportunity for your child to show you around their learning environment and for you to speak to the staff that work with your child. As part of our Reception Enterprise Challenge , there be a ‘Bake Sale’ . The money raised will be use to purchased new resources. Please can we remind parents that our school gates are locked at 8.55am. Children who arrive between 8.56am and 9.10am will be marked as late and children who arrive from 9.11 am will be marked as unauthorised for the morning session. Parents of children who All our class surveys have now been completed. persistently arrive after 9.11am may be issued with a fixed penalty Our MPs will be developing class action plans notice by the Pupil Welfare Officer. We can not stress the importance of your child arriving in school on time. Children who arrive late often miss their phonics session which is vital to support their learning especially their reading.
with their peers to resolve class issues. We are also in the process of organising a visit to the Houses of Parliament in London for our
We hope that you will support your child’s learning by ensuring that they MPs . We expect the visit to take place during arrive in school and on time. the summer term. Full details will be sent
home once all details have been finalised.
Smilies this week —Thank you, children, for your amazing
You’re ACE! Paul
Have a fab weekend!