The residents of Lodge Lane Nursing home were given an early Christmas treat yesterday when our Year 5 and 6 choir members visited to sing Christmas Carols to and with them.
The choir sang beautifully. Mrs Payne and Mr Thomas accompanied the children and they both came back immensely proud of all the children. We gave the
residents their own copies of the lyrics so that they could join in with the
classic carols and they loved it. The children also sang two songs that the
residents did not know and you could honestly hear their hearts swelling as they
listened to their angelic voices.
Well done to the choir members who took part in this special event!
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.
This week sees Year 2 singing at the Church, the Year 3 and 4 concert and the Year 5 and 6 Carol Concert. The dates are as follows:
16th December Year 3 and 4 Concert - 9.30am 16th December Year 3 and 4 Concert - 2.30pm 18th December Year 2 Performance at the Church - 4.30pm 19th December Year 5 and 6 Carol Service - 2.00pm 19th December Year 5 and 6 Carol Service - 7.00pm
Please remember that younger siblings are not permitted to attend concerts.
Year 5 and 6 Choir will be singing at Lodge Lane Nursing Home on Tuesday afternoon. If you have not done so already, please ensure that your child's consent form is returned to school tomorrow.
Christmas Dinner day is on Wednesday.
Friday is a non-uniform day which will include class Christmas Parties, a letter about this will be coming home tomorrow.
Please keep an eye out for the December newsletter which will come home this week.
Have a good week everyone. We are looking forward to seeing you at the concerts, we hope that we continue to help you to get into the festive spirit!
Do not forget to bring the children's bikes and scooters to school tomorrow (Friday) for their road awareness training. The children will be doing this outside so please make sure that they are wrapped up warm!
On arriving at school please bring bikes / scooters to the back of the Key Stage 2 building (by the hall) and leave them by your class sign. School staff will be there to direct you!
Following our initial success in the Year 5 and 6 Sports Hall Athletics competition, we have just heard that not only did we finish second on the day, we came second overall meaning that we are the second best school in the borough for Sports Hall Athletics!
I am sure you will all agree a wonderful achievement for the school as a whole and for all those involved!
Well done Team Clockhouse, we are very proud of each of you who took part!!!
Please remember that on Monday (tomorrow) Paul Harris from the
Havering Music School will be coming to school to meet with parents
and carers who have shown an interest in music tuition.The meeting will be held in
the music room from 2.45-3.15pm.There
you will have the opportunity to find out more about the tuition packages
available to your child and should you wish to enrol them onto the scheme you
will be able to do so at the meeting.
If you would like your child to begin tuition from 1st
February 2014 the direct debit forms must be completed and handed in at the
meeting.Therefore, please ensure you have your bank details with you.
If any other parents are interested but did not originally sign up you are still more than welcome to come along.
The Clockhouse boys team took on St. Peter's Catholic Primary School this afternoon. Although all the boys played really well and were committed to the very end, we did come second this evening losing 5-0!
Well done team Clockhouse, we look forward eagerly to the next match!
Our Year 5 and 6 children took part in the Sports Hall Athletics competition this afternoon at Hornchurch Sports Centre.
They all performed to their very best and as a result came a magnificent 2nd! Congratulations to each and everyone of the children who took part and well done to Mr Thomas who won the staff javelin throw!
We eagerly await the final results to know where we came overall!
Thank you to those parents / carers who attended the E-safety workshops on Tuesday. We are sure you will agree the information that was provided certainly made you think! We will be sending out some information about this later in the week.
Thank you also to all those parents / carers who attended the Year 5 Learn with your Child morning - we hope you found this useful and has helped you to provide further support for your children in their learning.
This week sees Year 6 complete their first Mock SATs tests of the year. These will be taking place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Please make sure the children get some early nights and come to school having had a good breakfast so that they can perform to their best.
Friday sees the Christmas Fundraising
Day and the annual Cake Sale!! Please send any cakes into school either on or before Friday as well as giving the children a small amount to buy some cakes!