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23rd June 2023

Dates For The Diary

Monday 26th June  

Y5 Cycle Confident training

Y1 Cooking club – 3:30 to 4:45

Choir Norwich Music Festival overnight trip

Tuesday 27th June  

Y5 Cycle Confident training

Y1 & Y2 Dance club - 3:30 to 4:45

Y4 Art & Craft club - 3:30 to 4:45

KS2 Drama Club – 3:30 to 4:45

Chess club – 3:30 to 4:45

Wednesday 28th June  

Y5 Cycle Confident training

Y1 & Y2 Homework club - 3:30 to 4:45

KS2 Football club - 3:30 to 4:45

Thursday 29th June 


Friday 30th June


KS2 Homework Comment of the Week

Congratulations to Freya in Year 4 and Juan Francisco in Year 6 for your comment of the week! 

Yes every parent has the right to name their child whatever like as long as it isn’t something that could make them embarrassed when they are older. Every name has a different meaning and it’s nice for the parent to be able to pick something that means something to them and their family. 

(Freya, Year 4)


I think that parents should be able to name their child as they wish because it is their child and the government should not be able to intervene in this personal choice unless the name is offensive or rude. Unique names are interesting and a talking point and might be very “normal” in other countries. For example, my names are traditional in Spain and Juan is the name of my Dad, my Uncle and my Great Grandfathers. Francisco is the name of my other Uncle and my Grandfather so it is a special name to us but sounds a bit unusual in London. I think the same is true for other kids in the class.
However, parents should take care when choosing a name because certain names chosen after celebrities etc can sound silly and could affect a child later in life if they are doing a serious job or something. However, if it means something and is special then it is a free choice. It would be boring if there was a list of approved names.

(Juan Francisco, Year 6) 

Pick of the Bunch

Rec        - Hasset

Year 1    - Matilda

Year 2    - Rose        

Year 3    - Elsa

Year 4    - Eliza

Year 5    - Daisy

Year 6    - Vinnie

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BRITE box invite our Boutcher family to a fun filled day of food, music and activities for all at The Scoop More London this Sunday 25th June from 12:30 -2:30.  If you scan the QR code on the attached flyer, you will be able to register your attendance.  Our talented choir and drummers will be performing, please do come along!


























Our last Six O’Clock Club for this academic year will be Wednesday 19th July.


Please remember to book Open Day appointments for Tuesday 18th July (school is closed on this day).


Remaining INSET days for this academic year: 


Thursday 29th June

Friday 30th June

100% Spelling

Year 2 –  Aamira, Alexandra, Anas, Arsema, Ava, Eleanor, Raphael, Rofiu, Sara, Sinead

Presentation Award

Rec       - Santiago

Year 1    - Teddy

Year 2    - Raphael        

Year 3    - Akeesa

Year 4    - Bianca

Year 5    - Sasan

Year 6    - Jayne

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Boutcher Family

The Red Boutcher Family group won this week’s cup with 124 points.

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Attendance of the Week

Highest attendance – Y4

Lowest attendance – Y3

Hard copies of School Policies,

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

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