Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 also had great fun taking part in a ‘virtual’ space tour yesterday – they impressed with their superb knowledge of the solar system and, all in all, had an amazing time visiting the different planets!
Having just said it was a more ‘normal’ week, today was the exception, as we donned our capes, masks and superhero costumes in support of the Shooting Star Hospice in Hampton. As you will recall, our School Councillors chose this fun-filled way of raising money for our local children’s hospice. We are thrilled to be able to send them our takings totalling, £105.60p.
Next week promises to be just as exciting as we have our Pre-Prep Art Day to look forward to at the end of the week, as the artist Emma Wilcock is coming along on Thursday and Friday to inspire and teach us new art techniques – we look forward to sharing our art work with you in next week’s bulletin. On this note, if you have any spare old, adult-sized shirts, we would be extremely grateful to receive them – we find they make perfect coverings to protect our clothes.
The weather has been delightful this week but, at times, very hot in the playground, so please do make sure your child has a good application of sun cream in the morning before school and brings with them a sun hat, preferably a school regulation blue cap, and a refilled, refreshed water bottle.
Have a lovely weekend!
AWARDS THIS WEEK
Courtesy Cup and Badge recipient: Zachary Sharma for being super helpful and polite in school – well
Stars of the Week:
Year 2: Tommy for excellent participation during the Fencing taster session this week
Year 1: Harry for always making an excellent effort to contribute to our class discussions.
Reception: Murtaza in recognition of his fantastic reading and learning of his sight words.
Anush (Reception) for taking part in the Weird Science Camp – very well done!
We are delighted to share that Max (Year 1) has been very busy building a football stadium over the last few weeks; his project was completed with the addition of turbines and solar panels. Max’s finished piece has since been entered into a competition and there are now over 16k impressions on Twitter. and a personal video message from the CEO of OctopusEnergy linked to his entry. Good effort Max, what fabulous way to promote sustainable energy!
Here’s the link to his entry and Octo Stadium for you to take a look.
Many congratulations to Harry (Year 1) who completed a Swimming Crash Course over the weekend – very well done!
We are delighted that the following children take on roles of House Captain and Vice-Captain until the end of term:
Blue (Tudor): House Captain – Max and Vice-Captain – Arthur
Red (Lancaster): House Captain – Sam and Vice-Captain – Jack
Yellow (Windsor): House Captain – Viaan and Vice-Captain – Aubin
Green (York): House Captain – Arav and Vice-Captain – Mahir