Please find attached the information regarding Summer Activity days for this year. These will run from Monday 29th July to Wednesday 7th August excluding the weekend. Closing date for applications is Friday 21st June and will need a completed application form for each child with the correct monies to secure a place.
A great start to our Healthy Tuck Shop which resumed again this week. Such a bargain when all items are 30p and such a choice. Bananas, apples, raisins, cheese, healthy drinks… I wonder what will be on offer next week?
Pop along to the hall on Wednesday morning break-time and refuel!
Than you to our three school councilors who have done a sterling job this week running the stall.
Here are this week’s scores and what a turnaround!
1st: Swithland 211 points
2nd: Bradgate 209 points
3rd: Bosworth 196 points
4th: Charnwood 167 points
This alters the term totals to the following with Charnwood narrowly staying ahead but only by eight points!
1st: Charnwood 520 points
2nd: Swithland 512 points
3rd: Bradgate 487 points
4th: Bosworth 472 points
This week the theme was ‘empathy’, which is the ability to share and understand the feelings of another. The selected stars for this week have shown how they can look at things from another person’s perspective and acted upon that to improve a situation. This could also include thinking about a scenario for an event and giving reasons for why the situation has occurred or resulted as it has. Some have even explained to another why their friend might be upset over a situation and pointed out that viewpoint to help other to understand.
Well done to everyone who was selected and keep it up!
Next week the theme is ‘teamwork’, so come on everybody, let’s work together on this!
Due to bank holiday on Monday and the assembly introducing the theme not taking place, the teachers were able to choose from any of the previous themes for this week. They ranged from perseverance to creative thinking; resilience to risk-taking, self-regulation to determination… the list went on!
It was fantastic to see the nominees being recognised for their individual attributes and the pride on the faces of their families who came to see the presentations. In fact some of them were up out of their seats! Well, they were looking under their chairs for the theme for next week which is ’empathy’.
This is the last weekly total for this term and it was so close!
1st: Charnwood 159 points
2nd: Bradgate 146 points
3rd: Swithland 141 points
4th: Bosworth 134 points
This alters the term totals to the following with Charnwood edging into a healthy lead!
1st: Charnwood 353 points
2nd: Swithland 302 points
3rd: Bradgate 278 points
4th: Bosworth 276 points
Thank you for coming to our Fairtrade Pop up coffee shop! The children worked hard to make some delicious treats that included Fairtrade products such as; bananas, sugar, dried fruit, coffee and syrup.
The total amount that we raised was £112, this will go towards our Food for Life award fund that will enable us to replace our flight trays with bowls and plates. Once we have achieved this goal we will be able to receive our Silver Award which reflects all the hard work that our kitchen, teachers and gardening team put into teaching the children the value of healthy food and sustainability.
Thank you to Mrs Mullins for collecting all the items from the Fairtrade shop in Leicester, JUST. Thank you to Mr Pattuzzi for all the amazing work that you do with our Garden Rangers. Thank you to Mrs Smith who helped us with the baking and preparation of the cakes.
Throughout the whole event, we referred to the ‘Fairness’ Superhero…lots of food for thought!
Come and join the Movie Night Fun on
Thursday 16th May from when school finishes until 6 pm
Note to parents : you do not have to come to school until 6pm all children will be supervised after school until you pick them up.
The following films are going to be shown:
- The Greatest Showman
- Jumanji – Welcome to the Jungle
- The Incredibles
- Ralph breaks the internet
Films subject to change depending on numbers for each
Film choice need to be chosen at the time of booking.
Ticket price £3.00 this includes, popcorn, sweets & a drink.
PLEASE ADVISE OF ANY DIETARY REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF BUYING A TICKET
Limited spaces are available and tickets will be sold after school on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th May 2019.
Last night we saw the PTA roles change, giving some of our new members the position of…
Chair – Angela Rossa
Vice Chair – Madeline Burrows
Secretary – Kirsty Brown
Trustee – Kellie Carr
We would like to say a big THANK YOU to the previous position holders who have helped raise money for the school. Many of the PTA have been helping for nearly six years!
A lot of the members who stepped down from their roles will still be apart of the PTA, continuing to raise funds for the children of Mercenfeld.
If you would like to be involved in the PTA, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.
The theme for this week was ‘honesty’ and the chosen stars have been recognised for their strength of this character muscle.
Some have developed their ability and confidence to be honest about their feelings; relay with honesty events that have taken place that may have caused a problem and to be honest about challenges they are facing in their learning.
Well done to all the nominees for this week. Next week, the theme is ’empathy’.