Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Year 6 Learning a Life Skill

Year 6 had a great time learning the tricky skill of how to tie a tie as part of our Life Skills curriculum.

Can they show you this newly learnt skill?

Sunday, 16 December 2018

Weekly reminders for week beginning 17th December 2018

Thank you to all the families who came to watch the children in the concerts last week. We are sure that you all felt as proud of the children as we did.

Thank you also to all those that turned out to support the PA at last week's events - we hope everyone enjoyed themselves.

Clockhouse on Time FM
On Tuesday Mrs Johns will be taking some of the School Parliament to Time FM to deliver presents from the school as part of their Christmas appeal. We hope that they will be live on air at about 11am, so if you can tune in an listen to them.

Santa Run
Tuesday (after school) sees out inaugural Santa Run, please meet Mr Yarrow outside the KS2 Hall straight after school.

Wednesday is non-uniform day and Christmas Parties. You should have received a letter about these last week.

Please look out for the December Newsletter which will be coming home this week.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
End of term parties
Clubs after Christmas

We finish school on Wednesday and we look forward to seeing you all back after the festive fun on Tuesday 8th January.

Have a good week everyone even though a little shorter than usual!

For more information about our school please visit our school website using the following link:
Clockhouse Primary School Website

Friday, 14 December 2018

Clockhouse Weekly Wow

Here is this week's Weekly Wow and as usual there are a lot of things to 'wow' about this week.

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

The Dojo League continued 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 Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Italy, Spain and Canada who lead the Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo league, with France are just behind them in second place with Mexico in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to New Zealand and Fiji who are in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 league with Peru in second place with Argentina and China in third.

Well done to everyone for really trying to earn Dojos for their class.

The attendance winners this week are...

Great attendance leads to 
great learning and progress!

Congratulations to the three classes below who are our winners for this week - keep it up!

A big well done to this weeks winners who are:

Canada - 99.7%
Brazil - 98.7%
India - 97.4%

A huge well done to all three classes above! An extra well done to Canada who win for the second weekend in a row and will receive prizes for having an attendance above 99%!

11 classes were in the Green Zone last week with an attendance above 96% - a bit better than last week but this really does need to improve again next week!

A further well done to Nursery AM, PM and All Day, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, France, Mexico, Peru, South Africa and New Zealand who all had no lates this week. We are hoping for a few more classes next week!

Whole school attendance for this week is:


Whole school attendance currently stands at


Well done everyone and thank you all for your continued support in ensuring that the
children come to school everyday and on time!

It is still important that we all work to improve our attendance. 
Please remember that our school target is 96%.

Making the Impossible Possible - Going Above the Above and Beyond the Beyond Celebration

Hot Chocolate with the Head!

As you all know we are constantly striving to improve Clockhouse for your children.

This year we are all working at 'Making the Impossible Possible - Going Above the Above and Beyond the Beyond' to ensure our school is a fabulous place to be. Each week, the Heads of Year as well as Miss Ward, Mr Bottrill and Mrs Savidge choose a person (child or adult) who has been seen to do this!

This week the following Clockhouse Citizens have been seen to 'Making the Impossible Possible - Going Above the Above and Beyond the Beyond':

Reception - Aidan V for showing exceptionally good behaviour and working so hard.
Year 1 - Mrs Redgrave for her extra efforts during the Christmas production.
Year 2 - Aania H for going the extra mile at home to improve her maths work.
Year 3 - Zofia K for showing great resilience to improve her learning..
Year 4 - Olivia A for showing amazing kindness to another child when they were upset.
Year 5 - Beau R for showing great respect to the whole community and being a super role model to others.
Year 6 - Leah L for trying so hard with her learning and as a result showing a fantastic improvement.
Miss Ward - Morgan N for trying super hard, being very resilient to keep going with his learning and asking for help when needed.
Mr Bottrill - Miss Watkins for stepping in when she did not have to, to help others.
Mrs Savidge - Riley O for always doing his job, trying her absolute hardest and showing amazing progress with his learning.

Well done to all these children and all the other children who have 'Made the Impossible Possible and Gone Above the Above and Beyond the Beyond this week!

We are looking forward to Hot Chocolate Friday next week to celebrate with more Clockhouse fantastic people!