Sunday, 24 June 2018


Good evening everyone,

I am sure many of you already know about the terrible events of last night in Collier Row.

I have been to school this afternoon and have spoken to the police who have said that they are unsure how long the road will remain closed from the roundabout in the centre of Collier Row to Lynwood Avenue. I have been advised that there is no reason why school cannot open tomorrow so we will be open as normal and both back and front entrances will be open in terms of access. 

I totally understand how distressing this is for everyone, expecially those living so close to the scene and appreciate that it may be more difficult than normal to get to school in the morning. Staff will be available for the children and  parents to talk to if needed as I will be.

Thank you in advance for your support and understanding at this difficult time and in the meantime our thoughts must go to the families of those directly involved.

Kind regards
Mrs Savidge

Weekly reminders for week beginning 25th June 2018

Thank you to the parents and families who joined us on the Monday last week for the Celebration Assemblies of Argentina and Northern Ireland we are sure you will agree they were a lovely occasion and we look forward to seeing more of you at these events during the term.

Brazil and Wales
Brazil and Wales continue with this years 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. The assemblies promise to be a wonderful occasion if the efforts that the children have put into practising are anything to go by. 
Brazil - 9.10am (Key Stage 2 Hall)
Wales - 2.50pm (Key stage 1 Hall)

Year 1
We look forward to welcoming our Year 1 parents for Learn with my Child on Thursday morning at 9.30am. The morning will finish at 11.45am. Please come for as little or as much as you can. Regrettably we are unable to accommodate younger siblings at these events.

Year 5 Meeting for Parents
Parents of children currently in Year 5, please do not forget that we have the meeting on Wednesday (5pm) where the Borough talk to you about the process of applying for a Secondary School place for your child. This will take place in the Key Stage 2 hall.  

Good luck to the girls cricket team who take represent Havering in the London Youth Games on Wednesday and goo luck to Year 1 and 2 Athletics Team who take part in the Quad Kids event on Thursday.

Letters that went out last week:
Invites to Celebration Assembly (Argentina and Northern Ireland)
Winners of Attendance and Punctuality Week (France)
Learn with my Child (Year 1)
Pirates and Princesses Day (Nursery and Reception)
Sponsored Walk including sponsor forms

Have a good week everyone!

For more information about our school please visit our school website using the following link:

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Clockhouse Weekly Wow

Here is this week's Weekly Wow, as usual there was a lot of things to 'wow' about this week!

Friday, 22 June 2018

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

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

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to New Zealand who are all in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 league with Kenya and Uganda just behind them in second place and Argentina, South Africa and Australia in third place.

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

The attendance winners for 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:

France - 98.92%
Peru - 99.35%
New Zealand - 96.21%

A huge well done to all three classes above who all have great attendance this week. Well done to Peru who will receive prizes in Friday's Achievement Assembly for having attendance above 99%. A very well done to France who win for the third week in a row.

Only 8 classes were in the Green Zone this week with an attendance above 96% - can we do better next week?

A further well done to Japan who were the only class who
 had no children arriving late to school this 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%.

Going Above and 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 to 'Go Above and Beyond' to ensure our school is a fabulous place to be. Each week, the Heads of Year as well as Mrs Pacheco, Mr Bottrill and Mrs Savidge will chose a person (child or adult) who has been seen to 'Go Above and Beyond'.

This week the following Clockhouse Citizens have been seen to 'Go Above and Beyond'.

Reception - Jayden A-B for trying so hard to improve his speech and being extra responsible.
Year 1 - Tristan W for an extra positive attitude to his learning.
Year 2 - Mia A for consistently working hard and completing extra learning at home.
Year 3 - Billy C for trying extra hard with his writing and producing some great pieces of work.
Year 4 - Russell L for showing great commitment to school and his learning.
Year 5 - Georgia R for doing an amazing science project at home.
Year 6 - Charlie W for outstanding work in applying his maths learning to practical situations. 
Mrs Pacheco - Lavinia N for doing extra research in her own time toward her learning at school.
Mr Bottrill - Nathan K for being a great Clockhouse Citizen and keeping our school environment tidy.
Mrs Savidge - Jody W for trying really hard with his learning and make extra good choices.

Well done to all these children and all the other children who have gone Above and Beyond this week.

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

It's that time of the year again - it's the Sponsored Walk

Please be aware of this letter which came home this week. We hope to see you there!