NEWS - 18th June 2020
Next week’s value is Reflection
“As water reflects the face, so one’s life reflects the heart.” Proverbs 27:19
What a busy week of home and school learning. It has been wonderful to walk round the school, see, and hear the children so engaged in their activities.
The Key worker group have been very creative and have tie-dyed fabric, which has been woven beautifully through the fence outside Year 3.
Year 6 have had an active couple of weeks, den building, toasting marshmallows, taking part in team challenges and had an archery session with a leader from High Ashurst. Not quite their planned residential, but lots of fun!
Year 1 have been using their ‘ice cream’ parlor to help them with their maths and have written a comparison of how holidays are different from the past. (Quite apt in the current situation!)
Reception class have been performing ‘The Little Seed’ as they have been learning about the different parts of plants and what they need to grow.
All classes are planting sunflowers donated from the Sunflower Project in Chiddingfold. The aim is to spread joy whilst attracting bees and butterflies to our gardens. Let’s see who has tallest sunflower by the end of term!
At home, in place of their residential, Year 5 have taken part in an orienteering challenge set by Miss Clark. The response to this has been wonderful and all other year groups and families are welcome to participate. Do send in your photos! Thank you Miss Clark for all your time and effort, you have brought great joy to many!
Years 2, 3 and 4 have been busy with science experiments; this has made Mrs Newton very happy. They have also written beautiful poems, baked delicious cakes and created beautiful pieces of art.
Well done everyone, both home and school learners. We are so impressed with your commitment and the high standard of your work.
For my part, I have been meeting with staff for their appraisals, (never thought the word, pandemic would feature in an appraisal!), have met with SLT to ‘plan’ for September, and am looking forward to meeting with the headteachers from the Haslemere Confederation on Friday to discuss transition and plans for the next academic year.
Have a lovely weekend, and Happy Father’s Day to all of our wonderful dads. Hope you have a fabulous day!
Mrs Sheila Buckley
Class arrangement from June 29th
Please see the timetables attached and note the drop off/collection points and times for your class group. Teachers will have notified parents via Seesaw, which groups children are in.
KS2 children wishing to have school lunches will need to book them in the usual way on Scopay by Wednesday noon the week before attending. Please see the new menu attached (there are no choices available at this time, you will only receive a vegetarian meal if you are already registered as a vegetarian with us).
KS1 and KS2 pupils not wishing to have a school lunch should bring in a packed lunch (no nuts or fizzy drinks please) and inform the school office asap.
If you do not wish your child to attend on either Friday 3rd or 10th July please let the school office know. Y5 parents please also let the office know if you do not wish your child to attend.
End of term dates
Year 6 Thursday 2nd July at 2.00pm
Year 5 Group A Thursday 9th July at 2.00pm
Year 5 Group B Thursday 16th July at 2.00pm
Year 1 Thursday 16th July at 1.45pm
Reception Thursday 16th July at 1.30pm
Key worker class Friday 17th July at 3.00pm
The last week of home learning for all classes will be w/c 13th July. Teachers will not post work on seesaw or the website after this week.
Monday 20th to Wednesday 22nd July, school will be closed for all pupils for deep cleaning, classroom rearrangements, staff training and preparation for a full opening in September (following Government guidelines).
Your school uniform have asked for new orders to be placed before 15th July for uniform for September.
We have renewed our stock of reading books over the last couple of months and now have some old books that are looking for new homes. They will be available from Tuesday 24th – Thursday 26th June outside the back gate of the school – please come and have a browse and take some home! There will be a donation box if you would like to make a donation, which will go towards Year 6’s leaving party.