Please find attached the links for the application letters for the After school clubs for the Summer term. Please note the closing date is Thursday 2nd May in order that the clubs can commence the following week.
This is the last weekly total for this term and it was so close!
1st: Charnwood 139points
2nd: Bosworth 131 points
3rd: Swithland 126 points
4th: Bradgate 123 points
Which brings the final totals for this term to..
1st: Bosworth 2577 points
2nd: Charnwood 2485 points
3rd: Bradgate 2459 points
4th: Swithland 2433 points
Well done everybody! I think that has to be the closest it has ever been. Thank you to Mrs Smith and the kitchen staff for providing the treat at break time.
I wonder which team it will be next term?
It was amazing to see the colourful array of entries of all descriptions for the Easter ‘Eggstravaganza’ competition. Fancy eggs, creative crowns/bonnets and so many chicks it began to feel like ‘Chicken Run’ in the foyer! So, without further ado, ‘shell’ we get on with the ‘eggsciting’ business of the winners and forget the ‘yolks’.
EYFS: 1st Ivy 2nd Zoe 3rd Ivy
Year 1: Henry 2nd Jack 3rd Odin
Year 2: 1st Naina 2nd Rose 3rd Albie
Year 3: 1st Brandon 2nd Morag/Flora 3rd Sophie
Year 4: 1st Alethea 2nd Oliver 3rd Daisy 4th Amelia
Year 5: 1st Joseph 2nd Emily
Year 6: 1st Kyran 2nd George 3rd Maya
A huge thank you goes to the PTA for coming in at lunchtimes this week to sell the numbers to the children. Thanks also to the following who supplied the prizes; MP Steel, Craig Harris Man and Van, Morrison’s (Coalville), Krazy Rebels and Cathy’s face-painting and sweetie treats. The winners were selected by a random number generator in assembly this morning.
Max, Ellie, Freya and Sofia
These are the monies raised so far from the last events, which the FOM (PTA), are hoping to put towards funds for new classroom visualisers.
- Science Fair & Mother’s Day Pop Up profit £530
- Easter Raffle £145.00
- Easter Competition donations £95
- Donation £50
Thanks for all your continued support and help for the children to participate. New ideas are always welcome so please feel free to pass them on or attend the next meeting in May.
What an amazing afternoon Class 10 had yesterday! We were treated to a fabulous presentation by Fynley who explained to his classmates what it is like to live with the challenge of a visual impairment. He demonstrated how everything he sees is a blur and this can make everyday things others tricky for him.
Caroline and Dean came in from the Visual Impairment Service with an abundance of resources that enabled the children to find out for themselves what it is like to be Fynley. A huge thank you to them both for giving up their time to enable Class 10 this enriching experience. An even bigger thank you goes to Fynley for his honesty, courage and confidence to deliver his presentation.
Please note, the application closure date for the Easter Sports club has been extended to this Friday 5th April. Please find the application form attached, on the board in the school foyer and via Weduc.