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20th October 2023

Dates For The Diary

Monday 30th October  

Open Day – school closed

Tuesday 31st October  

Y1 Art & Craft club

KS2 Drama club

Wednesday 1st November  

Open morning – 10:00

Y1 & Y2 Dance club

Y1 & Y2 Homework club

KS2 Football club

Thursday 2nd November 

Y2 Swimming

KS1 Drama club

Y3 & Y4 Media club 

KS2 Homework club

KS2 Multi-sports club

Friday 3rd November

Y4 Service 10:00

KS1 Multi sports club

Playground Awards 

Rec.     - Ariana

Year 1  - Leo

Year 4  - Elsa    

Year 6  - Maryam

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Pick of the Bunch

Rec.     - Ariana

Year 1  - Blythe

Year 2  - Jack    

Year 3  - Martha

Year 4  - Kimberly

Year 5  - Ke-Ren

Year 6  - Clemmie

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Boutcher Family

The Red Boutcher Family group won this week’s cup with 290 points. 

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Presentation Awards

Year 1   - Lydia

Year 2   - Vanessa    

Year 3   - Imelda

Year 4   - Osarague

Year 5   - Fortune

Year 6   - Bertie

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We finish this half-term with our annual Carnival event which is always a fun filled day and excellent way to round off autumn before we head into winter – we will add some photos to our next newsletter.


Open Day is Monday 30th October 2023, school is closed on the day but please bring your child along to the appointment.


Wishing you all a very happy half-term break, we very much look forward to seeing you refreshed and ready for a new half term on Tuesday 31st October 2023.

100% Spelling

Year 2 –  David, Alma, Evan, Horonya, Jack, Josie, Jotham, Nathan, Nephele, Nila, Olivia, Renil, Sebastian, Sophie, Stephen, Vanessa, Yostina

Year 3 –  Harold, Aamira, Hazimah, Kwame, Sara, Rose, Davina, Harsh, Akeem, Evangeline, Imelda, Arsema, Dibabari, Alexander, Arielle, Rufus, Gemini, Anas, Martha, Ava, Tony, Sinead, Eleanor, Chali

Year 4 –  Elsa, Precious, Manhattan, Ernie, Ademola, Liam, Ridwan, Oliver, Clio, Denilia, Jonathon, Troy

Year 5 –  Jeremy, Sephorah, Navya, Eliza, Emily, Osanna, Scarlett, Rania, Samson, Fortune, Hannah, Freya, Dyland, Hiba, Bianca, Isabelle, Ke-Ren, Saskia, Minaal

Year 6 –  Both Tests: Evelyn, Bibi, Rocco, Alesha, Naomi, Maryam, Vincent, Kyla, Jeremy, Henry, Marc-W, Clemmie, Zeph, Daniel, Abena, Bertie  One Test: Adedamola, Yasmine, Carole, lay-Lay, Hannameel, Tyler, Lucas

KS2 Homework comments of the week

Do shops start Christmas too early? 


Congratulations to Rose Y3 and Elsa Y4 for their comments of the week! 


Rose Year 3


I do think that shops are selling things for Christmas too early and because of this we have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas.  Christmas shouldn't be about presents or being prepared, Mary wasn't prepared, she had to leave her home to give birth in a stable with all the animals!  Christmas is about celebrating the birth of our Lord, spending time with family and remembering the important things in life, not about presents or being prepared for what is just one day in the year!


Elsa Year 4


Yes. Because there are other celebrations like Halloween and bonfire night that come first. I think shops should start in middle of November so that people have a break after bonfire night and Halloween. I think Christmas wouldn't be that special if it already starts in August because by the time Christmas comes people are already sick of Christmas treats and decorations. Christmas is supposed to start in winter when it's dark and ❄ cold


Mr Jenkins would like to say that overall the quality of comments from Year 3 in particular were great this week – best in the school! 

Headteacher's Award

Alesha – Y6

Marc-William – Y6

Evelyn – Y6

Hard copies of School Policies,

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

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