The Book Fair is starting on the 27 June 2016 in the school hall, please see below
• All book purchases will give entry to a free raffle to win one of five £5 book tokens;
• Books, pens, pencils, rubbers and posters will be available at the fair;
• If the school spends £300 it gets 25% commission in books;
• If the school spends £400 it gets 40% commission in books.
Callum for his science work this week. He worked really well with his group and recorded and interpreted his results clearly.
Kimberley for her mature, positive approach to learning. You always think really carefully and work hard.
Vinnie for thinking about how to use a measuring tape when exploring different tree trunks in the forest school.
Lenard for thinking about suitable sentences to copy and paste from a website when exploring plants in computing.
Maizie for thinking carefully and exploring how the main characters might be feeling in 'Journey to Jo'burg'.
Finley for working well as part of a group to solve a problem. You guided and supported the other group members, gave everyone a chance to contribute and also checked everyone understood and was moving through the process together.
Chloe for remaining resilient with your learning and always concentrating.
Jade for persevering with your mathematics learning and really thinking about the number system.
Kirsty for showing a determined attitude to learning. You always persevere and try your best!
Ella for always showing a great learning behaviour and attitude. You always think about how to challenge yourself!
The whole-school target for our attendance is 96%, which would mean that your child would be away for only 7 days in an academic year.
1st place - Les Fraises - 99.0%
2nd place - Les Ananas - 98.4%
3rd place - Les Peches - 96.0%
4th place - Les Citrons Verts - 93.3%
5th place - Les Framboises and Les Poires - 93.1%
Whole-school attendance - 95.4%
There has been a case of head lice reported, please can you check your child/children and get treatment if required.
Late arrival at school
When your child arrives late at school, he/she misses the teacher's instructions, their morning task and possibly the introduction to the lesson. Your child may also feel embarrassed at having to enter the classroom late.
Minutes late per day during the school year = Equals days' worth of teaching lost in a year
5 minutes = 3 days
10 minutes = 6 1/2 days
15 minutes = 10 days
20 minutes = 13 days
30 minutes = 19 days
Frequent lateness can add up to a considerable amount of learning lost, and can seriously disadvantage your child. School begins at 09.00am. Please help your child to be punctual.
If you pay for your child's school dinner online you can use the link below and follow the link for Kent Schools Pay Online. www.gsplus.org School opening hours are 08.50am - 3.15pm All sports clubs finish at 4.25pm and all children must be collected by an adult. There are still spaces left in the sports club if your child would like to join.
School Office opening hours are from