March 2018

23rd March 2018
Coose Trannack
9 children represented the school at this year’s Coose Trannack cross country event. The weather was not kind and there were torrential downpours the morning of the race. However, the weather cleared just in time for our year 6 children to race. Kira and Lily did brilliantly in their race, Lily coming in a fantastic 6th place. Klevi and George ran great races in slippery conditions. Aalayah was our only year 5 runner but she did us proud coming in 2nd place in a very fast time. Dexter and Chris ran in the year 4 race along with Isla. They all ran excellently as the course was getting even more treacherous. Finally, Kayleb ran in the year 3 race for the very first time. He channelled all of his nervous energy in to superb run.
Extreme Reading Competition
A big well done to the following children who received a £5 book voucher in our Extreme Reading competition. Great photos Nursery - James, Year 3 - Lily, Year 4 - Lily & Rebecca, Year 6 -Oscar & Klevi. They will also be attending a special tea party with Mrs Lamb next week
Headteacher's Certificates for last week
Hedgehogs: All of Hedgehog Class
Beech: Kellan and Daniel
Willow: Jacob and Kaitlyn
Hazel: Maisie-Leigh and Hazel Class
Oak: Holly and Harley
Maple: Jack, Kai and Aalayah
Holly: Katy and George
 
Mathematicians of the Week!
Well done to the following children who received Maths certificates for their achievements in our celebration assembly on Friday:
Hedgehog: Taio
Beech: Brandyn, Joseph, Katie, Kellan and Taylor
Willow: Liam
Hazel: Kayleb
Oak: Tarquinn
Maple: Imogen
Holly: Kaycie-Jade 
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 on Friday:
Hedgehogs: Ellie Mae
Beech: Florence
Willow: Reggie
Oak: Josie
Maple: Yasmin
Holly: George 
 
Lates
Since the beginning of term children arriving late have lost 25 hours 20 minutes of learning time! This week’s lost learning is 9 hours and 14 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.