Class 6SP will start swimming each Tuesday when we return after the half term break. The first swimming session will be on Tuesday 26th February. A letter will go home to 6SP on Friday confirming further dates.
Well done to the following children who have been chosen as Star of the Week!
We are celebrating their fantastic work which will be displayed in school.
Reception RAF James Lyon
Year 1 1SJ Jess Brownbill
Year 2 2KY Cayden Griffin
Year 6 6LN Logan Thomason
Well done to the following children who have been awarded a certificate this week:
The Challenge has been set. Are you an Extreme Reader?
Books don’t need electricity! We can read them anywhere and everywhere!
We are inviting you ALL (including parents and teachers!) to take the Thatto Heath Extreme Reading Challenge.
Think about different, exciting, fun and SAFE places you can enjoy a book.
Children – tell your parent/carer your idea and ask them if they could take a photograph of you reading your book in your ‘extreme’ place. Your parents can submit these photographs by using TWITTER and adding @MrsJ_Thatto to the photo or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org along with an explanation of what you are doing in the photograph.
Have Fun Extreme Reading!!
If you accept this challenge children and families could win a £20 voucher for submitting their extreme reading picture.
Winners will be selected at the end of half term i.e. Friday 5th April. So start sending your pictures in now!
On Wednesday 27th February the Book Bus will be visiting our school. You may have already seen posters displayed in classrooms and around school.
On the day the bus will arrive in the playground from 8:30am. This will give parents/carers the chance to visit the bus to purchase books before 8:50am. The bus will stay on the premises until approximately 4:00pm, therefore you will also have the opportunity to purchase books at the end of the school day from 3:10pm.
Throughout the day, each class will be allocated a time slot to visit the bus to buy book/s. If you would like your child to be able to buy their own books, the book people suggest that children bring in about £5 but no more than £10. Children should bring their money in an envelope with their name, class and Book People clearly marked on.
Please see the ‘Book Bus Flyer’ below. A copy of which will be sent home when we return after the half term break. You can complete the order form on the flyer if you wish to order any books in advance.
The school nurse will be in school during the first week of April to see reception children for their hearing and vision screening. A permission slip went home earlier this year for parent to complete and return. If you are unsure whether you returned your letter or have mislaid the letter we have further copies at the school office. Please call in to complete the form as soon as possible.
The following children scored the most class chart points for their class last week. Well done everyone.
The overall highest point scorer for the week ending 8th February 2019 was Samuel Chang in Class 3LM
All parents have a log in to view their child’s points, if you need a reminder please contact the school office.