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Archive for March, 2015

Mathletics w/c 16th March

Monday, 23 March 2015

We have yet another gold award this week, Manveer in Year 4.  Year 4 are really topping the tables again this month with the highest individual score coming from Jayen with 3,553 and also  the highest overall class score with an impressive 22,683.  Well done Year 4.

1 pupil, Manveer Year 4

2 pupils, Aaron K and Jayen Yr 4

18 pupils



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Attendance W/C 2nd March

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

•Reception 814%
•Year 1 94%
•Year 2 98.3%
•Year 3 96%
•Year 4 97%
•Year 5 96%
•Year 6 98%

Average overall attendance was 95%.

Average attendance achieved this week!

Please remember to ring the school office as soon as possible (preferably before 10 am) to let us know if your child is going to be absent. If you leave a message please let us know what the illness or reason is.

Mathletics w/c 2nd March

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

We have 2 more gold awards this week, Keertan in Year 1 (our very first year 1 gold award) and Saiya in Year 2. The highest score over the week  was Jayen in Year 4 with 3,460 points and Year 4 have topped the table for the first week in March with 10,813. Well done to all.

2 pupils, Keertan Year 1 and Saiya Year 2

3 pupils, Zain Yr 2,  Jaslene Yr 3,  Beau Yr 4

13 pupils

E-Cadets First Meeting

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Following on from Internet Safety Day a small group of children went to the first meeting of the E-Cadets at Stockingford Primary School. They were there to find out about what the project and being a cadet would involve and to start their basic training. They will be attending a club once a month and taking part in some challenges. The knowledge they gain will be fed back to their peers to help improve the safety of the pupils at our school when they are using online technology.

All England Badminton Championships

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Six of us from Year 6 had the opportunity to watch the All England Badminton Championships at the NIA in Birmingham. We saw players take part from many countries : England, Indonesia, China, Japan, Denmark, Canada and lots more. There were lots of matches played both doubles and singles.
We all really enjoyed watching the games and recognised many of the shots that we learnt during our badminton after-school club.
One of the matches that we watched was the England – Indonesia mixed doubles where England won 2-0, it was really exciting. The English married couple Chris and Gabby Adcock beat unseeded Indonesians Markis Kido and Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth 21-15, 21-8 in the mixed doubles. Ouseph and the Adcocks are aiming to be the first British winners of the All England event – badminton’s answer to Wimbledon – since Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms took the mixed doubles title in 2005.
Mrs Bloor said she had not realised how fast the game was and was thinking of playing herself, it looked such good fun.

Aaron’s Excellent News!

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

We know its been a while since we gave you news on Aaron but we are all so delighted we knew you would want us to share this with you.

The Panton family would like you to know that Aaron received the news that we have all been hoping and praying for – he has been given the “all clear.” The treatment in the USA, that you all so kindly contributed to has been a complete success and there is no trace of the illness left.

The family again want to pass on their heartfelt thanks and gratitude – what a wonderful gift you have all given.


Attendance w/c 23rd February

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

•Reception 81%
•Year 1 98%
•Year 2 97%
•Year 3 94%
•Year 4 99.7%
•Year 5 94%
•Year 6  93%

Average overall attendance was 94%.

Average attendance achieved this week!

Please remember to ring the school office as soon as possible (preferably before 10 am) to let us know if your child is going to be absent.

Mathletics w/c 23rd February

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

A very quiet week last week. The highest score was from Abigale in Year 3 with 4,645 and Year 3 also  topped the class table with 9,005 for the first time this month, ensuring that Year 4 did not make a clean sweep of it. As always well done to all.

1 pupil,  Hannah in Year 3

17 pupils