July 2018

6th July 2018
CSIA Sports Awards
Well done to all of the children who received a sport award at CSIA last night. You were a credit to the school. Also a huge well done to our very gifted and talented dancers: Isla (Y4), Isabel, Oscar, Kira, Lily (Y6) who performed a brilliant routine in front of a very appreciative audience.
A huge thank you to parents who ensured their children were there for the rehearsal and who attended in the evening. It was a really lovely celebration.
The awards were as follows:
Year 3/4 Most Committed Student
Rebecca - For her Netball performances.
Piran - For his efforts in Swimming this year.
Year 5/6 Most Committed Student
Jack - For an improved attitude in sport this year.
Lily - For her all round sports ability.
50 Hours Volunteering
Oscar (Y6)
Sportsmanship Award
George (Y6)
Most Improved Award
Troon Netball Team School
Athlete of the Year
Aalayah (Y5)
Sports Days
Due to the fantastic weather we managed to hold our sports day for Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2 last week. As usual our children were extremely good sports, supporting each other and cheering on their team mates in the lovely sunshine.
Year 1: Winning girl - Holly & Masie
            Winning Boy - Ewan
Year 2: Winning girl - Kitty
             Winning Boy - Saul & Jacob
KS2: The winning house was Truro
Many thanks to all parents, family and friends who attended both events and helped with the clearing up at the end of the day.
Troon School’s Got Talent
Well done to everyone who took part - it was a wonderful evening. The audience were so impressed with the confidence and talent of all the performers who showcased such a wide range of talents. Everyone was fantastic and the judges (Mrs Chattaway, Mrs Hosking ) found it very difficult to pick a winner.
Everyone received a special certificate.
First Place: Jade Skiller
Jade our deserving winners will retain the TSGT trophy for a year and have the honour of performing (technology permitting!) at the Summer festival on the 15th July. You won’t want to miss it.
Arts Week
There have been many wonderful things happening in school this week. Each class has had a different art focus and they have produced some amazing pictures, sculptures, descriptions and sketches. These will be displayed at our pop up art gallery on Friday 8th June in the afternoon. Parents will be welcome to come in and see our wonderful creations. Charlotte also visited us and carried out a series of Bollywood workshops which culminated in a special assembly at the end of the day. Everyone really enjoyed learning new moves - especially the staff! Karen Thompson (Chartwells manager) came in and taught Y2, 5 and 6 how to make fajhitas—they were absolutely delicious. Year 3 and 4 took a walk along the Great Flat Lode and made sketches of the landscape which they turned into paintings when they returned to school.
Headteacher's Certificates for last week
Hedgehogs: Jack & Harley
Beech: All of Beech Class
Willow: All of Willow Class
Hazel: Zach and Maisie
Oak: Cally, Rayne and Erin
Maple: Yasmin and Bradley
Holly: Mrs Moulton   
Mathematicians of the Week!
Well done to the following children who received Maths certificates for their achievements in our celebration assembly on last Friday:
Hedgehogs: Ellie-Mae
Beech: Katie
Willow: Ava-Leigh
Hazel: Chloe
Oak: Lily
Maple: Maddox
Keep up the good work!
Handwriter of the Week!
Well done to the following children who received Hand Writing certificates for their achievements in our celebration assembly last Friday.
Hedgehogs: Violet 
Beech: Taylor
Willow: Macy
Oak: Chris 
Maple: Logan
Pen Licence - Holly in Oak class


This week’s lost learning is 4 hours and 9 minutes!

It is very disruptive for classes and staff when they are constantly interrupted by late arrivals. It also causes a lot of extra work for Mrs Moulton with ordering school lunches for late arrivals.

If late you must sign your child in at the office and provide a reason for lateness.                                                                                                       

Thank you to those parents who consistently bring children to school on time  -  you are ensuring that your children get the best possible start to their day and have the best chance at making great progress.