Dear Parents and Friends
This week Birch Class led our Collective Worship and encouraged us all to think about Climate Change and the impact the we, as humans are having on our planet. The drama pieces that the pupils developed were really thought provoking and it was obvious from the content that the class had already begun to delve deep into the Climate Change agenda as part of their learning this term. As a school we agreed that we needed to support each other in reminding each other to turn off lights and computers before leaving the room and we discussed a few ideas which the children could try to implement at home. It was agreed that small changes by everyone can have a big impact on helping our planet. Thank you to Birch Class for raising this important subject and putting some powerful acting into their Collective Worship to support their message.
Year 6 SATs
Next week is the Year 6 SATs tests and we would like to wish all our pupils well. Remember that you are all amazing individuals and we know that you are well prepared and will perform to the best of your own abilities. The week is tricky at times with emotions running high however as a school will be supporting the Year 6 pupils in whatever way we can. As parents of these pupils, please endeavour over the weekend to get plenty of rest and relaxation and of course arriving on time at school all week will be essential to ensure that your child is calm and settled before the tests start. Thank you for your support.
Moreton Mini Music Day
Stars of the week
Ash Class: There will be a ‘Star of the day’ board in the Foundation Stage classroom.
Beech Class: Max – for an excellent week of engagement, particularly within his writing.
Faye – for making such good progress in her reading, reading with great fluency and understanding.
Yew Class: Ellawyn – for her resilience to read as much as she can even when words are tricky at first! Alec Smilie – for his excellent efforts in reading and understanding what he reads.
Oak Class: Bertie- for fantastic inference in guided reading this week. Harry – for writing amazing expanded noun phrases about Varjak Paw.
Birch Class: Birdie and Alena for putting a fantastic effort into running our weekly mile!
Top of the leaderboard this week with a Gold star is Beech Class. Silver award to Birch Class and Bronze to Oak Class. Well done everyone.
The Summer term lunch menu will remain the same until half-term – 24th May 2019.
Request for donations of spare PE KIT
We would really appreciate if you could donate any old, but in good condition, PE kit to the school. Our supply has really diminished and we do need some for emergencies! Many thanks.
We have a few items of Lost Property – please check in reception if any belongs to you.
Dance Club: Spaces still available! New recruits welcome!
KS1 3:30 – 4:05 (School years R-2), KS2 4:05-4:40 (School years 3-6). Join next week – Key Stage 2 will be starting The Greatest Showman next week. The teacher, Jessica, is a professional dancer whose past contracts include Disneyland Paris. Contact Jessica Squire for more details – firstname.lastname@example.org 07746892660 www.jessicasquire.co.uk
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BINGO – TOMORROW, SATURDAY 11TH MAY 2019
Don’t forget your lucky pens, BINGO in the school hall this Saturday. Doors open at 4pm, numbers start being called at 5pm. Bar, refreshments, hot dogs and raffle. Fun for all the family!
Chagford Two Hills Race – Monday 27th May 2019
The annual Chagford Two Hills Race takes place on bank holiday Monday 27th May at 11.30am at The War Memorial Playing Fields. Now in its 42nd year the race covers a relatively short distance of 3.5 miles, but a very challenging 1076ft of ascent! The race is open to all ages but under 8s must run with an adult. Entry forms are available from Uptown in Chagford Square or email email@example.com Entries cost £6 for children and £12 for adults until May 22nd, entries after this date cost £10/£20 and are subject to availability. If you are running please arrive before 10.30 to register. It is a great day out for all the family with refreshments, bouncy castle, table top sale, music and Frank the Bike Fixer on hand to give your bike a summertime service. Many thanks, Kate Webber
Chagford Swimming Pool – HELP!
If anyone has 1 or 2 hours to spare on Saturday, 11th May and/or 18th May to help at the pool, it would be greatly appreciated. Opening day is Saturday, 25th May 2019