Friday 5th June
Hi boys and girls it’s hard to believe it’s Friday again! We’ve had a great week this week with our sports day races. It was great to see everyone having fun outside in the sun. I loved seeing the videos and pictures of sports day. It feels like we’re closer together when I can see you all. Thanks to the Mums and Dads for taking the time and effort to send in the pictures and videos, it means a lot.
We had a great week on Study Ladder this week too and everyone is working very hard. The following pupils have achieved new levels this week. Well done to:
Jamie - Bronze Certificate
Grace - Up three levels to the Bronze trophy Wow Grace!!
Louis - Up three levels to the Gold trophy Wow Louis!!
Mina - Up two levels to the Gold trophy.
Sam - Up two levels to the Bronze ribbon.
Zoe - Silver certificate
Bug Club is also being used well too so well done to everyone. Give yourselves a pat on the back for your great work this week. Below are our certificate winners this week, but everyone is a winner in our class.
Monday 1st June
I can't believe it's June already, the weeks have just flown by! Ususally in school at this time of year we are practising for sports day and looking out for a good weeks weather to have Sports Day. This year unfortunately we are not in school to have a sports day so we thought we would have a virtual sports day.
We would like you to have some fun activities this week to celebrate sports day. I have included some ideas below but you can do whatever activities you wish. Just don't forget to get someone to take a photo or short video of you and send it into to me. When we think of sports day in school we usually think about things like, the running race, the egg and soon, the sack race and the throwing. You can try to recreate these with things you have at home. Instead of using a sack, maybe you could an old pillowcase to jump in. You could throw a wellie instead of our little coloured animals. I know there might not be many others to race with but you could race with your family or time yourself doing a race. Whatever you do, have fun and stay safe in the sun. Don't forget to send me in your pictures for the website, I can't wait to see what you get up to. Have a look at these ideas below, you don't even need anyone to race with for these.
A little message from the Road Safety Education office- DfI
During the month of June, there will be a weekly task designed for you to work alongside and complete with your child/children in relation to a key road safety issue:
Road Safety Education - Week 1 Task (Child Cycle Safety)
This week the focus is on cycle helmets – please ensure your child wears a cycle helmet every time they are riding their bicycle and that it is properly fitted and adjusted to reduce the impact of a fall or collision at slow speed. The attached document has been supplied by Department for Infrastructure ‘Safe and Accessible Travel’ as a guide for you and your child to use.
For further information on cycle safety: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/cycling-safety
To view the road safety calendars issued to schools: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/road-safety-teaching-aid-calendars