Newsletter: 11 November 2011


Well done to Year 6 for a fantastic and very moving Remembrance Service today.

Michael Phipps and Evie Moss received Green Cards last week for helping to clear up after an art lesson.  Well done to Charlie Best who has been really pushing himself to learn his times tables.  Well done to Charlie Santagata for improving his French speaking, Cole McFadyen for learning lots of his times tables and Millie Eastwood for putting great effort into her literacy.  They all received Green Cards on Tuesday.  Well done to Leah Hunn and Danny Ball who worked extremely hard on Wednesday in their maths lessons.  Rhys Dolan and Lacey Howard received Green Cards for a massive improvement in their handwriting.  Holly Morris received a Green Card for her excellent art work and another today for excellent literacy work.  Megan Doherty and Luke Spinks receive Green Cards for the quality of their homework and Gabriella Musollari for doing extra homework on planets.  Congratulations too to Theodora Shiakallis for receiving a Green Card for her literacy work, Kacey Ashley and Kyle Kadiri for their Green Cards earned in Maths booster work and Ella Forster and Kirena Nolan for theirs received for showing respect.


Well done to Mrs Chapman’s class for having the best attendance last week.

Olympic Torch Relay

The Olympic Torch Relay is coming to Waltham Abbey.  Please keep Saturday 7 July 2012 free to welcome the Olympic Torch and Flame (carried from Athens in Greece).

Christmas Carol Service

This is just a reminder that our Christmas Carol Service is on Tuesday 13 December starting at 1:30pm.  Parents and family are welcome to join us in the Abbey Church for the service.  All children will be expected to be collected from the Church after the service.

Non-Uniform Day

The netball team are arranging a non-uniform day on Friday 25 November to help raise money for a new netball kit.  Cost £1 per child.