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13th October 2023

Dates For The Diary

Monday 16th October  

Y3 Swimming

Y6 Cooking club

Tuesday 17th October  

Y1 Service 9:40

Y1 Art & Craft club

KS2 Drama club

Wednesday 18th October  

Open morning – 10:00

Y1 & Y2 Dance club

Y1 & Y2 Homework club

KS2 Football club

Thursday 19th October 

Y2 Swimming

KS1 Drama club

Y3 & Y4 Media club 

KS2 Homework club

KS2 Multi-sports club

Friday 20th October

Y6 Service 10:00

KS1 Multi sports club

Playground Awards 

Rec. - Joshua

Year 2 - Yostina

Year 4 - Oliver

Year 5 - Bianca

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Pick of the Bunch

Rec. - Ezrah

Year 1 - Lily

Year 2 - Matilda

Year 3 - Harold

Year 4 - Ridwan

Year 5 - Elliot

Year 6 - Alesha

Boutcher Family

The Red Boutcher Family group won this week’s cup with 261 points. 

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Presentation Awards

Year 1 - Ivy

Year 2 - Nathan

Year 3 - Leo

Year 4 - Ekaete

Year 5 - Osanna

Year 6 - Lay Lay

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Thank you for your generosity last Friday when we raised the grand sum of £190 from your £1 contributions PLUS £160 from the sale of raffle tickets, for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust – Jemma and Nellie would like us to pass on their sincere gratitude to you all.


On Friday 20th October we celebrate our Carnival afternoon when children may come to school dressed in their Boutcher Family colours.  Please remember to return the slip letting us know what food you will be able to provide in order to contribute to the celebrations, as a nut free school please ensure anything you provide in nut free.   As always, all parents are welcome to join us for the celebrations in the playground from 1:45pm.  If you have kindly offered to help with the setting out of the food, please come to school for 1:00pm.  


The Boutcher Red Family are our overall winners for this half-term with the grand sum of 848 points –  the Red Boutcher Family may wear their own clothes to school on Thursday 19th October.


Open Day is Monday 30th October 2023, school is closed on the day, please remember to book an appointment.

100% Spelling

Year 2 –  Ahmed, Alma, Aydin, Horonya, Ibrahim, Jack, Josie, Jotham, Nathan, Nephele, Nila, Nyriah-Jae, Sophie, Stephen, Vanessa, Yostina

Year 3 –  Harold, Rofiu, Sara, Harsh, Aaliyah, Imelda, Arsema, Rufus, Gemini

Year 4 –  Daniel, Hana, Oliver, Akeesa, Nile, Zionni, Clio, Troy, Oliver, Ademola, Precious, Yusra, Kimberly, Liam, Osaragu, Arian

Year 5 –  Ke-Ren, Freya, Isabelle, HowanEthan, Gabriel, Rania, Minaal, Bianca, Emily, Navya (x2 tests), Fortune, Jeremy, Hiba, Osanna, Raffaela

Year 6 –  Both Tests: Adedamola, Rocco, Clemmie, Daniel, Alesha, Lay Lay, Marc-William, Naomi, Zeph, Bertie.  One Test: Carole, Tyler, Sasan, Maryam, Evelyn, Jeremy, Henry, Yasmine, Bibi, Hannameel

KS2 Homework comments of the week

Congratulations to Ernie and Imelda for their comments of the week! 


Ernie Year 3

Yes because spiders are helpful to humans and they encourage scientists to make their own spider silk to mend people's wounds. They are a very important part of our ecosystem and if we didn't have spiders we wouldn't be able to control and kill pests and insects.


Imelda year 3

I think we should love spiders because, just as we want to look after ourselves, spiders also want to look after themselves, so we must protect spiders by not harming them.
Spiders look after us by eating bugs, so plants and crops don’t get eaten by those bugs, and so we can have food to eat. Spiders can also eat flies and mosquitoes that can stand on our food, and bite us in summer. I like spiders that are not scary.

Hard copies of School Policies,

including Safeguarding are available from the office and can be read online.

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