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29th September 2023

Dates For The Diary

Monday 2nd October  

Y3 Swimming

Y6 Cooking club

Tuesday 3rd October  

Y2 Service 9:40

Y1 Art & Craft club

KS2 Drama club

Wednesday 4th October  

Open morning – 10:00

Y1 & Y2 Dance club

Y1 & Y2 Homework club

KS2 Football club

Thursday 5th October 

Whole school flu immunisation

Y2 Swimming

KS1 Drama club

Y3 & Y4 Media club 

KS2 Homework club

KS2 Multi-sports club

Friday 6th October

Own clothes day – wear yellow for Nellie 

Y4 Service 10:00

KS1 Multi sports club

Playground Awards 

Rec        - Freya B

Year 1    - Henry        

Year 4    - Ethan    

Year 5    - Eliza

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Pick of the Bunch

Rec      - Darby

Year 1   - Sadie

Year 2   - Sophie    

Year 3   - Chali

Year 4   - Yusra

Year 5   - Hannah

Year 6   - Rocco

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Boutcher Family

The Red Boutcher Family group won this week’s cup with 41 points

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Presentation Awards

Year 1    - Zachary

Year 2    - Yostina    

Year 3    - Aamira

Year 4    - Elsa

Year 5    - Minaal

Year 6    - Marc-William

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A reminder that on Friday 6th October children may wear their own clothes, please wear yellow in support of Nellie and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, bring in a minimum donation of £1.


Raffle tickets £5 per strip still available in the office, great prizes to be won including: TV, £100 restaurant voucher, Yankee Candles, Champagne and many, many more. All funds raised in support of The Cystic Fibrosis Trust.


We were incredibly honoured that our Boutcher family were invited to sing at Southwark Cathedral for the funeral of Bishop Karowei on Thursday 28th September, may he rest in peace. 

100% Spelling

Year 2 –  Ahmed, Alma, Aydin, David, Evan, Horonya, Jack, Josie, Jotham, Matilda, Nathan, Nephele, Nila, Nyriah-Jae, Sebastian, Sophie, Tadeo, Tias, Vanessa, Yostina

Year 3 –  Aamira, Sara, Rose, Harsh, Arsema, Sinead, Eleanor, Chloe

Year 4 –  Hana, Liam, Kimberly, Elsa, Clio

Year 5 –  Navya, Sofia, Hannah, Scarlett, Saskia, Rania, Dylan, Minaal, Raffaella, Ke Ren

Year 6 –  Maryam, Eren, Bertie, Bibi, Evelyn, Vincent, Rocco, Abe, Tyler, Naomi, Adedamola, Marc-William, Daniel, Clemmie, Henry, Jessica, Lay-Lay, Zeph, Jeremy

Attendance of the Week

Highest attendance – Y3

Lowest attendance – Rec

KS2 Homework comments of the week

Congratulations to Aaliyah in Year 3 and Howan in Year 5 for their comments of the week! 


Aaliyah – Y3


I believe nature should have a legal right because, we need to think about God and how humans have destroyed the world. Humans throw litter into the sea/oceans, this causes animals to become sick. They die and ultimately cause extinction and they lose their habitats.
Mum - I'm on the fence. I agree humans have caused a lot of damage to the world so we need to look at new ways of fixing this as what is already in place doesn't seem to be working and it's only going to get worse. On the other hand how do we measure 'nature having a legal right?' Who determines this? In what categories do we place nature and decide what is chosen. I think it's a bit vague and unrealistically cannot be put into practice (although it would be lovely). I don't think it would work practically speaking.


Howan - Y5


I think that nature should have legal rights because lots of species are endangered and could go extinct and humans can't reverse extinction. Species would go extinct and slowly all animals on earth would go extinct and we would starve to death because although we may have crops, we don't have bees which are essential to grow things and we would only have a limited amount of food and slowly but surely we would disappear and we would go extinct and we don't want that to happen. wee need animals to survive because we need bees for fruits and vegetables for staying healthy and we need cows, chickens, sheep, and all the other kinds of meat to have protein so we can be strong. also lots of animals are are already endangered  and we don't  want them to go extinct and we don't want that to happen.

Hard copies of School Policies,

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

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