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July 2018

“Selfie You” Project

Some pupils in Year 5 and The Digital Leaders have been working hard on a cross-curricular project with Mr Bergman (Art Leader) and Miss Jordan (Computing Leader). They have been taking photographs of themselves around school to represent what school means to them and editing these photos on a programme called Pixlr Express. Here is a sneak preview of what is to come! Well done to all pupils for your hard work and determination.

 

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Chess Tournament

Kaeshikan, Neel and Dean have been celebrating their chess club achievements this term. Last week they came first, second and third respectively and were highly praised by the chess club leaders. “The chess club was outstanding because I could play against my friends’ said Neel. Kaeshikan thinks chess club has been really great for him because ‘I get to play chess and improve my chess skills each week” Dean likes chess because it helps his brain and know what pieces to move. Dean likes the moves called ‘the fork’ and ‘the teddy bear attack.’

 

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Bollywood Club

The Bollywood club had a fruitful term learning 3 dances, performing at 2 shows - the summer fayre and at the end of term showcase and a few took their first Bollywood exam too! The kids had a ball and parents were very pleased with their increasing confidence and dance skills. The new term of the Bollywood club will start in September for KS1 and BollyStreet fusion for KS2.
Contact Angelique on 07708 427 486 for more information.

 

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Rights Respect Coffee Morning

All parents are welcome to attend a coffee morning on Friday, 13th July in the KS1 Hall. It will be hosted by our Rights Respect champions who will be sharing a little about what they do to promote children’s rights.

Music

The children in KS2 performed to parents and each other playing a range of instruments such as the flute, recorders and clarinet. The children were absolutely fabulous and we hope that they continue to enjoy their lessons in school as provided by the school and the Redbridge Music Services. In  addition to weekly lessons, Mr Eaton will be available to plan in music lessons for children in small groups to learn the flute, oboe and clarinet as paid sessions. If you would like your child to learn either of these instruments, please send in a letter to the office showing your interest.

 

Very highly appreciate the effort of sending the classwork books home. It is really helpful to understand what is going on in class and also to improve the child’s progress.“

Year 1 Parent, July 2018

 

PTA Summer Fayre

A fantastic day was had by all at the summer fayre. A huge thank you to the PTA for making it such a successful event. Shanaz and her team of Sherry, Shakira, Ms Francis, Tahira and other enthusiastic parents made it an event to remember. We look forward to the inflatable day on Monday 16th July. Thank you for organising such a range of wonderful events for our wonderful and supportive school community. 

Sports Days

On Wednesday 4th July and Wednesday 11th July we celebrated sports days. They were both fantastic and the weather was great. All children participated in a range of different activities.  Thank you to all staff, pupils and parents for your participation on these days. We had a fantastic time! Thank you to Miss Drury, Mr Cordes and all of our staff for their organisation. Click here for more photos.

 

"Our sports day was a huge success! The children all enjoyed the activities and parents too. It was wonderful to see so many parents and carers there so support their children during the event. Thank you to Miss Drury and Mr Cordes for organising the event. Our favourite activity was the relay race!"

by Sana and Mariam C, Y6

 

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Tamil Club Assembly

Chess Club Winners

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 Kaeshikan, Neel and Dean have been celebrating their chess club achievements this term. Last week they came first, second and third respectively and were highly praised by the chess club leaders.

“The chess club was outstanding because I could play against my friends’ said Neel. Kaeshikan thinks chess club has been really great for him because ‘I get to play chess and improve my chess skills each week” Dean likes chess because it helps his brain and know what pieces to move. Dean likes the moves called ‘the fork’ and ‘the teddy bear attack.’

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