Friday, 21 July 2017

A message from us all!

Thank you all for a great year at Clockhouse!

Happy Summer Holiday everyone from all at Clockhouse Primary School.



Thank you from us all for all the cards, presents and good wishes that we have received.

We look forward to welcoming you back to school on Wednesday 6th September

2017 Governor Awards

The Governors of the school have once again decided to give an award for a child from each class and Mr Leaper (Chair of Governors) came to school this morning to present the awards.

The award is for one child from each class who has done exceptionally well this year. This does not necessarily mean in terms of the progress academically they have made, it can also include such things as being a good Clockhouse Citizen, always trying their best, the list goes on and on!

A big well done to our Governor Award winners:

Wales – Ria A
Scotland – Eidonas B
Northern Ireland – Aayan N
France – Finley R
Italy –  Molly C
Spain – George G
USA – Mason E
Canada –  Teddie V
Mexico – Millie V
Peru – Kaden B
Argentina – Rafela B
Brazil – Chloe W
Uganda – Lucy W
South Africa – Freya W
Kenya - Ethan N
China – Charlie G
Japan – Aurora F
India – Franky B
Australia – Liya H
New Zealand – Matthew R
Fiji – Harry M








Core Value Award Winners

As you know, each half term the children choose a Core Value Award winner for their class. This is an award which was devised by the children to recognise those children who consistently demonstrate meeting Clockhouse's Core Value.

All the children below were chosen by their class this half term for continually demonstrating kindness, respect, care and concern for others:

Wales –  Archie N
Scotland – Holly G
Northern Ireland – George S
France – Max B
Italy – Livia H
Spain – Mason S
USA – Amelia B
Canada –  Lula K-G
Mexico – Victoria M
Peru – Miley B
Argentina – Hannah T
Brazil – Honey S
Uganda – Yoyo O
South Africa – Chloe M
Kenya - Sole M
China – Danny C and Amar K-B
Japan – Charlie M
India – Charlie W
Australia – Samuel B and Owen S
New Zealand – Anikah M
Fiji – Atiya R

Well done everyone, a great achievement for great Clockhouse citizens!

Reading Star Champions

We have been delighted to see lots of reading happening this term and to reward the following children for the commitment they have shown to improving their reading!

Remember, each time the children get three signatures in their Home School Learning Diaries, they receive a star, the child with the most stars in each class at the end of the term is the class Reading Star and they receive a certificate and a book (for more reading)!

Below are listed last terms Reading Star Champions - a fantastic achievement:

Wales –  Chrisman B
Scotland – Lily B
Northern Ireland – Lillie D 
France –  Sonny S
Italy – Alex C
Spain – Courtney B
USA – Lola C
Canada – Noah S
Mexico – Emily C, Jack W
Peru – James P, Ben C, Alisha H
Argentina – Aleysha M, Rafaela B
Brazil – Callum G 
Uganda – Lilybell C
South Africa – Violet C
Kenya - Amy E
China – Charlie B, Beth C
Japan – Nikolay A
India – Daniel A
Australia – Liya H 
New Zealand – Lilly-Rose R
Fiji –  Annabelle P

Well done to all these children for their efforts last term - now time to start gathering reading stars for this term! Who will the champions be?

 

Monday, 17 July 2017

Class Swap Day

All the children seemed to have a great time meeting their new teachers today and being in their new year groups. Well done everyone.

Here are a few pictures of some of us in our new classes!






















Sunday, 16 July 2017

Measles Outbreak in Europe - have you had your MMR

We have been asked to share the below information with you by the Health Authority:

Have you and/or the children you care for had your MMR (Measles,Mumps and Rubella) vaccination? There are currently several large measles outbreaks across Europe, with Romania and Italy being the worst affected countries. Any families travelling to these countries over the summer holidays can be protected by ensuring they are up to date with their MMR vaccination.



Measles is a serious illness that is highly infectious, but is preventable with a safe, effective MMR vaccination given over 2 doses. It can have serious complications in older children and adults who have not previously received the MMR vaccination. Older teenagers attending music and arts festivals over the summer period, and children with a weakened immune system are most at risk. Please see your GP to book your MMR vaccination appointment.

For more information visit www.nhs.uk/measles  .

Weekly reminders for week beginning 17th July 2017

Well after what must have been the busiest week at Clockhouse of the whole year, we have another very busy week to end the year on a high!

On behalf of all at Clockhouse, we thank you for your amazing support last week, we hope you enjoyed all the different events as much as we all did, the children were certainly delighted to welcome you all to school for so many different things. Thank you to all those that have sent in Sponsor Money for the Sponsored Walk, please keep it coming if you still have it to bring in.

Open Evening
Do not forget that it is Open Evening after school on Monday, please come into school anytime between 3.30 and 5 to look at the children's work and meet the teachers. Please also take the time to look around the school and visit your child's new classroom, their current teacher will be able to point you in the right direction.

The children will be meeting their new teachers on Monday morning and are spending the morning in their new classrooms.

Year 6
Some of our Year 6 children are off to the Para World Games on Monday, we hope you all have a wonderful time.

Year 6 have their leavers dinner on Tuesday. Please make sure that money is on your Squid Account if you want your child to have this.

We have our Year 6 Leavers Disco in Wednesday evening (6 - 7.30pm). This will be in the Key Stage 2 hall.

Parents will need their tissues at the ready for the Year 6 Leavers Assembly on Thursday at 9.15am. Parents are invited for refreshments in the School Canteen with the Year 6 staff after the event on Thursday.

Year 5 and 6
Year 5 and 6 compete in the annual Mr Len Cup on Wednesday morning in memory of our much loved Caretaker.

Reception and Nursery
Due to having to cancel the Sports Day for Foundation Stage last week, we have rescheduled them to Tuesday of this week. Nursery will be at 11am and 1pm, with Receptions taking place at 2.15pm. Finger crossed for good weather!

Foundation Stage Fun Day
On Wednesday we have the  Foundation Stage Pirates and Princesses Fun Day to look forward to, do not forget the fancy dress costumes!

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week (there were a lot):
Nursery and Reception Sports Day Arrangements
Parents v Teachers (Year 6)
Open Evening meetings (Uganda)
Choir (Year 2, 3, 4 and 5)
End of Year Parties (Key Stage 1 and 2)
Arrangements for 2017-2018
Clubs
Attendance
Shoes Collection
Summer Reading Challenge
Decorating Party

Please look out for the July and final newsletter of the year this week.

We will also be having the Dojo Disco on Thursday afternoon for those that have earned their stars! This will also include class parties.

Please remember that as Friday is the last day of term, the children can come to school in non-uniform. 

Finally from all at Clockhouse we wish you a happy summer holiday and thank you for the support you have given us this year in all we have tried to achieve for the good of the children and the community we serve.

We look forward to welcoming you back to school on Wednesday 6th September, for a great 2016/2017!

Have a good week everyone!

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