The latest edition of the DITTO magazine can be downloaded here. This edition covers cyberbullying and live streaming (in relation to the Yubo app).
If you have any questions or concerns about this issue (or online safety) please do not hesitate to contact the office.
Each term we are running a competition in Class 2 to see which team could read the most books. The children were awarded 'gems' if they were able to read more than 3 times a week outside of school. If they also wrote a comment about one of their books, such as their favourite part, about a character, why they liked the book or what it was about they got even more gems! Children have been working hard in groups called Illustrators, Publishers and Authors.
Below is an overview of what Class 4 will be learning over the course of the term:
I would like to take this opportunity to first thank all of the children for their amazing work during this fundraising day. They were extremely helpful and understanding with the younger children (and they also showed a real flare for advertising...). With the sale of sweets, games and cakes we raised over £200! I would also like to thank you for your continued support as the children throughout the school thoroughly enjoyed the day.
The day began by organising the classroom with the range of activities.
Below you can find a video of the Ukuele Club performing Winter Wonderland and Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree.
Submitted by Academy Council on 16th December 2017
Focus – Pupil Voice
School Development Priority 3
Last week after our usual Behaviour and Welfare meeting with Mrs Procter and Mrs Kuffour, I was able to meet the School Ambassadors from Year 6 and the Behaviour Mentors from Year 6 also.
Today Class 4 came into school to find that Jeff has been having lots of fun 'decorating' the classroom and taking elfies.