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Week Ending 14th October 2016
This week, the following children have received a Head Teacher’s Award:
Koby – Year 3 – for his incredible progress in handwriting and excellent use of verbs, adverbs and conjunctions.
Ashton – Year 2 – for his superb presentation of an informative and eye catching poster.
Logan – Year 3 – for his fantastic work in a reading comprehension lesson.
Amber – EYFS – for her great use of the ‘letter of the week’ area.
Olivia – Year 4 – for absolutely fantastic instruction writing.

WILF will be spending the week with class 6 and 1 due to 100% attendance.

Diary of the week:

WOW, what a busy week in school. We started off with our annual harvest festival on Monday where we were inundated with your generous food gifts and offerings. We celebrated the food that we get and everything sent in was delivered to the Eastwood Food Bank.
Children have started making their Christmas card designs this week (yes, Christmas already!). Soon your child will come home with their design, which hopefully you will want to purchase and help to raise money for the Children’s Oncology ward (E39) at the Queen’s Medical Centre. We hope that you will help to support this charity by buying your child’s Christmas card, whilst also putting a smile on the face of friends and family.
The year ones enjoyed a super walk to the library, fortunately the rain stopped long enough for the return journey! They all had a super time and I am told that they behaved very well. They are off on their travels again next week.
Observations have been carried out in all classes now and we have been so impressed. There is some super teaching around school, which means that children are focussed, having a good time and making progress. It really has been great to see.
Remember that next week the children are not in school on Friday due to the INSET day and we then close for the October half term.
Have a super weekend and let’s hope the sun continues to shine for a little longer.