Sunday, 23 September 2018

Weekly reminders for the week beginning 24th September 2018

Another good week was had at Clockhouse last week with, as always, a lot going on! It was lovely to welcome the final Nursery children to Clockhouse this week and like the rest of our new children, have settled well.

Thank you to all those people who attended Meet the Teacher and also to those who have come to spend Ready, Steady Read time with their children, the more the merrier! Thank you also for the support given to Jeans for Genes day. We will let you know how much we have raised for this worthwhile charity once the counting has been completed.


Governor Day
Our Governors will be in school on Tuesday and will be in the playground at the start and end of the day, please do take the time to speak to them should you wish to.

Year
 3
Please remember that there is a Year 3 Learn with my Child session on Wednesday between 9.15 and 11.45. Please come for as much or a little as you can.

Year 5
Please do not forget that there is a meeting about the proposed Year 5 residential trip to Condover Hall on Wednesday at 6pm. This will be in the Key Stage 1 hall.

Year 4 
The Year 4 children will be launching their new theme Walk like an Egyptian (based on Ancient Egypt) with an Egyptian Day on Thursday - we look forward to seeing some fabulous costumes. Please ensure contributions are sent in.

MacMillan Coffee Morning
Mrs Edgar and Mrs Ayling will be holding a MacMillan Coffee Morning on Wednesday for parents / carers. There will be lots of lovely cakes kindly donated by staff as well as the chance for parents and carers to have a chat and get to know each other. This will take place in the Parents Room in Key Stage 1. All are welcome!


No Cost Uniform Shop
Our No Cost Uniform Shop will be back open on Thursday after school in the Key Stage 1 ICT Suite. Please do come along as there is lots of uniform etc. to give away.

Sport
Good luck to the Netball team who get this year's sporting calandar of to a start with the High 5 Netball Competition.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
Number bonds and Multiplication Facts
Nut Allergy (Nursery)
Learn with My Child (Year 3)
Egyptian Day (Year 4)

Please look out for the first newsletter of the new school year which will be coming out this week.

As always we thank you for your continued support in all we do.

Have a good week everyone!


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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Clockhouse Weekly Wow

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


The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

The Dojo League has started again week with a record number of positive Dojos being earned - 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, France, Italy, Spain and Canada who lead the Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo league, with Mexico just behind them in second place and USA in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to Argentina, Peru, South Africa, Kenya, Japan, China, India, Australia, Fiji and New Zealand who are all in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 league with Brazil in second place and Uganda in third.

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

The attendance winners of the 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:

France - 99.35%
Brazil - 99.67%
New Zealand - 100%

A huge well done to France who win for the third week in a row!  Well done also to Spain (99.26%, Argentina 99.33% and Kenya 99%) for having outstanding attendnace. All five classes will receive prizes in next weeks Celebration Assembly. Well done to New Zealand for thier 100% attendance, you will be rewarded with a non-uniform day in the near future.

11 classes were in the Green Zone last week with an attendance above 96% - this is fabulous and a huge well done to you all - can we do better next week?

A further well done to Nursery, Italy, Canada, Peru, Kenya and New Zealand.
We look forward to this continuing next week!

Whole school attendance for this week is:

95.73%


Whole school attendance currently stands at

 95.7%

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%.

Number bonds and Multiplication Letter

We cannot overstate the importance of the children learning their number bonds and multiplication facts.

Please see the letter below which came home this week along with the facts your child is currently learning. to children in Key Stage 1 and 2.



Friday, 21 September 2018

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':

Year 1 - Mia W for showing amazing enthusiam with any learning that is given to her.
Year 2 - River S for being a great ambassador for behaviour.
Year 3 - Mille L for showing fantastic resilience with her maths.
Year 4 - Aleeza M for showing wonderful support for her peers at all times.
Year 5 - William S for helping his class with their P.E. using his coaching skills he has learnt outside                of school.
Year 6 - Mason V for working amazingly hard with his maths work.
Miss Ward - Aaron W for being super polite and holding doors open for the adults.
Mr Bottrill - Cerys H for showing fantastic perseverance with her maths work.
Mrs Savidge - Jessica R for being a super helpful friend when others have been sad.

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!