As soon as leaving September, the nights are closing in and the weather is becoming more autumnal. Please make sure your child’s clothes are labelled so if they misplace or lose an item it can be returned to them as quickly as possible.
Well done to Tienna Mehmet, Lily Moore (Miss Kent’s Class), Harry Harmer (Mrs Watson’s Class), Kai Gibbs, Kallum Etienne, Olivia Smith (Mrs Kaleel’s Class), Leo Strange (Miss Biggs’s Class) who received Green Cards this week.
Well done to Mrs Kaleel’s Class who had the best attendance last week with 98.8%.
A number of teachers have spoken to me regarding parents who look through the windows at the start and at the end of the day. Although I am sure these parents have best intentions, it does cause distraction to learning, not only for your child but other children in the class.
I have been contacted by a concerned neighbour regarding parking around the school. Please make sure you park considerately, obeying the parking restrictions in force. It is all our responsibility to ensure that pavements are clear so that it is safe for all the children to walk to school.
This is a reminder that Breakfast Club does not start until 8.10am. No children should be on site before this time.
Harvest Festival (21 October 2pm)
Year 4 has been busy working on their Harvest Festival Assembly to showcase the work we have been doing on our current topic ‘Harvest’. Family and Friends are invited to watch the assembly at 2pm. We have, in the past, collected food items for a local charity and we would like to continue this tradition, as we have been talking about sharing produce and helping others. If you would like to contribute gifts of tinned food or packets of non-perishable goods, these would be welcome from any child in the school from Monday, 13 October. Thank you
‘There are footprints in the snow’
Who do they belong to?
How did they get there?
What do they look like?
Where are they going?
Relief Catering Assistant
Our school kitchen is looking for relief catering assistants, who will be called on as and when required. You will need to be fit and hard-working! Please contact the school office and ask for Mrs Miller, our School Cook.
Feedback from Governors
An inspector, an HMI, spent a day in school recently, following up on the points made as a result of the Ofsted inspection. He commended the headteacher, the Senior and Middle Managers’ teams, all the staff and the members of the Governing Body on all the work they have already done to implement improvements. His report is on the school’s website. I know that you will all be pleased to congratulate and thank the staff and governors for their work.
Chair of Governors
In a 6 x 4 milk crate arrange 18 bottles so that when added vertically or horizontally the number of bottles when added is always even.
Place 8 Queens on a chessboard so that no Queen is in a position to take another.
Dates for your diary
Friday 17 October Mrs Dockar (SENCO)
Monday 20 October Mrs Dockar (SENCO)
Tuesday 21 October Yr 4 Harvest Festival Assembly (2pm)
Friday 24 October PTA Halloween Disco
Friday 24 October Break for Half Term
Monday 3 November Return to School
Friday 7 November PTA- Fireworks Display
Wednesday 19 November Pupil Progress Meetings (3:15pm)
Thursday 20 November Pupil Progress Meetings (5:30pm)
Friday 5 December PTA- Leverton’s Got Talent
Monday 15 December Christmas Carol Service (1:30pm)
Tuesday 16 December Christmas Dinner
Thursday 18 December PTA Pantomime
Friday 19 December PTA Christmas Market
Friday 19 December Break up from school (3:15pm)
Monday 5 January Return to school (8:45am)
Thursday 12 February PTA Valentines Disco
Thursday 12 February Break up from school (3:15pm)
Monday 23 February Return to school (8:45am)
Friday 13 March PTA- Mother Day Gifts
Friday 20 March PTA- Quiz Night
Friday 27 March Break up from school (3:15pm)
Monday 13 April Return to school (8:45am)
Thursday 21 May Break up from school (3:15pm)