Many of our Reception class parents enjoyed joining in with a Pirate and Pizza Stay and Play day today, linked in with learning about the letter sound 'p'.
We have some events we'd like you to join us for...
Meet the Teacher: Wednesday 30th September at 3,15pm. Please come along to find out about day to day life in Reception. We'll be telling you about: daily routines; how we teach reading, writing and maths and other essential information. Bring along your child as I'm sure they'd love to show you their classroom.
Pirate and Pizza, Play and Stay: Friday 9th October 1.45 - 3.15pm. Join us for a fun afternoon that will include: pizza making, pirate activities and an insight into how we teach phonics in Reception. To book in on this event please login to the School Gateway before Friday 2nd October. If you're having any trouble logging in, please contact the office.
We hope you can join us for these events.
KS2 Photography Competition: Take a photograph of a ‘landscape’ over the summer holidays. This may be somewhere local or a place you travel on holidays. The school council will vote on a winner in September. Email your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org and write where and when the photograph was taken and why you think it should win.
We raised a total of £507.03 - thanks to all who supported this event.
The school will receive half of this and will spend it wisely on new sports equipment.
The whole school had a treat today when they had their dinners on the new plates. The new system has worked really well and the children have enjoyed using them to dine from. This new system means that children feel much more grown up when eating off a plate and are now also able to enjoy a hot pudding in one of our lovely new bowls. Here are the new menus that your children could enjoy if they eat school dinners in September:
Well done to all the children who took part in this year's Parkfield's Got Talent contest today, showcasing their: singing, gymnastics, martial arts, instrument-playing, dancing, hoola-hooping and joke-telling skills. Thanks to Miss Crossley and Miss Draper (as well as choreographer Jasmin) for ensuring that they all gave Oscar-winning performances.
Reception’s assembly theme was all about growing so they acted out the traditional tale of Jack and the beanstalk and sang one of their favourite songs about growing flowers.
Rochdale Football Club have been in school providing additional PE lessons to every child in the school this week. Today, each child that has been sponsored was able to take 5 penalties against the Rochdale coaches.
Sponsor forms have already been sent out but if you've misplaced yours - please come to the office.
Any money raised is split equally between the football club and school. Any money we receive as a school will be spent on extra sports equipment. There are prizes for those children that raise a certain amount of money. The prizes include goody bags, tickets for a Rochdale match and a RFC football.
We'd like to thank you for your support and we hope to raise lots of money.
The whole school enjoyed being visited by professional children's poet Ian Bland today (www.ianbland.com), who delivered a creative poetry writing workshop with each class. The children then performed their poems at the end of the day which included Kennings and animal alliteration poems.
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