It has been lovely to welcome the children back this week after the Easter break. I hope you all had a wonderful half term.
Your child has brought home today a copy of the report from our recent RE inspection. The report is a testament to our school's strong Catholic ethos and I feel very lucky to be part of such a lovely school family.
This term we are having a reading challenge in Year 3. The class have been split in to teams and at the end of the term the team with the most points achieved will be our winners. To achieve the most points possible the children need to ideally be getting 100% on each quiz, however even if they don't achieve full marks but still pass the quiz they will achieve a portion of the points available.
The children therefore need to be reading as much as possible at home, and making comprehensive notes. It is important that their notes are done properly as they can use these when they are quizzing. Good luck everyone!
For this term only, can the children please wear their PE kits on a Wednesday and Thursday instead of Monday and Thursday. This is because we are lucky to have a tennis coach coming in each Wednesday to teach the children. This session will therefore replace our Monday PE lesson.
Award winners this week:
Have a lovely weekend.