Clockhouse code when downloading is 1743 Veggie Run, the newly developed healthyapp only for Havering Primary and Junior school children launched last week. The app aims to create healthy competition amongst primary and Junior school children, where they learn to dodge unhealthy foods and get rewarded by collecting fruit and vegetables.
The main advantage for pupils downloading and playing this app, is that pupils can win your school sports prizes!! These prizes are worth up to £200!
Each term Havering Council will reward the top performing primary, junior, infant schools and pupils with the following prizes.
Top performing schools will receive the following prizes based on the results at the end of the Summer term 2018:
1stPrize - Everyone Active Hertfordshire Mavericks Netball Coaching session
2ndPrize – Danson Hockey Coaching session
3rdPrize –3 hours at Noak Hill Sports Complex - Tennis Courts
4th Prize - Starter pack – From the Sports Collective
5thPrize - 5 A-Day Character Resource Pack
Pupils will recieve:
SQuid - Each term the top performing twelve students on Veggie Run will receive one week’s worth of meals (5 x £2.20) applied to their sQuid catering purse.
2 bikes per term for the top performing girl and boy aged up to 11 years old plus cycle helmet.
Buy one get one free swimming at Hornchurch & Central Park Leisure Centres (250 children will receive vouchers directly via the game until September 2018) One parent can swim for free if child is aged under at eight years.
Free piece of fruit with every kids meal purchased over £3, (250 vouches to be won until September 2018, redeem at Hornchurch Café, Harrow leisure centre)
If any pupils/parents wish to support the app online please use #VeggieRun, as we would love to capture feedback. If any children have any budding ideas about how we can promote Veggie Run we would like to hear from them, as they could become the face of Havering’s Veggie Run.
It was lovely to welcome the children and families back to school last week and hear all about the holidays that had been had.
We have another busy week ahead at Clockhouse with a lot going on.
St George's Day - Monday
As we are sure you are aware it is St George's Day on Monday. For a small donation the children can come to school dressed in red and white. Uganda and Mexico
Uganda and Mexico start this years round of Celebration Assemblies on Monday, we look forward to seeing many of you there to celebrate all the learning that they have done so far this year. Both assemblies promise to be a wonderful occasion if the efforts that the children have put into practising are anything to go by.
For those who have signed up, do not forget that on Monday and Tuesday Year 2 have cycle awareness training.
For those who have children going to Condover Hall, please do not forget to come in on Friday after school to sort medication.
School Nurse Drop In
Should you wish to speak to the School Nurse she will be available for you to 'drop in' on Tuesday 2.30pm - 3.30pm. Please come to the Key Stage 2 office.
Themed Lunch and Assembly
We have another themed lunch on Wednesday as well as Havering Catering Services coming to do a school assembly about Veggie Run!
No Cost Uniform Shop
Out brand new 'No Cost Uniform Shop' will open its doors for the first time on Thursday after school. This can be accessed via the Key Stage 1 playground.
Good luck to the Basketball team who take part in a borough competition on Thursday.
Letters that went out last week: The following letters went out last week:
St George's Day Celebration
SATs Letter (Year 2)
Swimming (Year 5 - India)
Invites to Celebration Assembly (Uganda and Mexico)
Look out for the April newsletter coming home this week.
The Dojo League is back again this week, well done everyone for helping your class!
The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!
Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Mexico and USAwho lead the Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo league with Italy, Spain and Canada just behind them in second place!
Key Stage 2:
A big well done to Peru, South Africa and New Zealandwho are all in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 league with Argentina, Kenya, China, India and Fiji just behind them in second place and Brazil, Uganda and Australia in third place.
Well done to everyone for really trying to earn Dojos for their class.