A blue pushchair has been found outside school and brought into the office. If it is your please collect it this afternoon or the end of the school day.
We will be asking children to please donate £1 to Pudsey for Children in Need this year.
All children will take part in a Children in Need 5 minute workout in class.
Children need to bring their PE kit with them that day.
It is NOT a mufti day
Follow this link to see what we’ll be doing: Children in Need Workout.
Pudsey is also coming to visit. He has some wrist bands and other goodies for sale if you’d like something from Pudsey – bring some money to spend!
Mrs Moody and the Guardians of Safety led an assembly today to start off National Anti-Bullying Week. The assembly focused on a definition of what bullying is and how we all work together to stop bullying.
In school we use the word STOP to help remind children when an incident is bullying.
Several Times On Purpose! If somebody does something to you, Several Times On Purpose, that’s bullying. STOP Bullying!
All classrooms have a child friendly anti-bullying leaflet full of advice and tips for children who feel like they need help with bullying. We encourage all children to speak up and tell someone they trust.
Please see the assembly notes below.
Remember to wear odd socks tomorrow, Tuesday 12th November to show support for our anti-bullying message.
I shared with the children in assembly today the exciting news that we are going to be placing a time capsule into the floor of our new classroom building. We discussed what a time capsule is and what kinds of things could go into a time capsule.
A half term challenge for any child who wants to have a go is to plan what they might like to place in the time capsule.
The sheet below can be printed off and returned to Mr Rotherham after half term with their ideas.
A big thank you to Miss Watson and the School Council for raising the importance of a good nights sleep and the effects it has on our physical and mental health.
Harry, Maria, Jacob and Sylvia were the overall best sleepers at NJS!
They have won some super soft throws for their beds!
Please can we politely request that parents/carers always advise the office off the circumstances when a child is off school unwell.
We have children in school with medical vulnerabilities and it is important that we are able to feedback to their families if there are any infectious illnesses in school.
Thank you for your support.
Instead of ice cream the kitchen will be serving Halloween themed biscuits just this Friday 25th October.
Friday 18th October 2019
Dear Parents and Carers,
As a school, we are always striving to make our school better therefore over this academic year; we are working towards the Wellbeing Award for School (WAS).
We strongly believe that we need to ensure that everyone involved in our school community has a good level of mental health, as this will lead to a happy learning environment. Over the course of the year, children, parents and staff will be asked for their input and this support will be greatly appreciated. More information about this will follow closer to the time.
There will be information available and updates about wellbeing will appear on the school website at regular intervals. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me via the school office or use my email: email@example.com
Miss Lynne Sherry
Congratulations to George who has received a certificate of merit for his poetry from the Young Writers organisation.
We are very proud of you George!
A parent has brought to our attention an incident from this morning where a car mounted the pavement outside school. The parent stated that the car in question mounted the kerb and was very close to the four children who were walking to school. She was rightly concerned for the danger posed to our children outside our school.
As road users we request that parents are mindful of children and parents using the pavements along Avenue road and do not mount the kerb in your car.
As pedestrians using the pavements we request you keep watchful on your way to and from school to keep yourself safe always.