Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Exciting playground developments

Whilst everyone is getting ready for the up and coming festivities, work at Clockhouse has not stopped!

Creative Play have been busy at work and making improvements to the Key Stage 2 playground to support learning and the children's enjoyment whilst outside. Further work is due to be carried out in the new year in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 playground.






Friday, 18 December 2015

Thank you

Thank you all for a great term at Clockhouse!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas
and a
Fabulous New Year!


Thank you so much for all the cards and gifts from all the staff!

The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

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:

USA - 95.00%
Peru - 96.31%
Japan - 96.67%

Well done to USA who win for the third week in a row!

A further well done to Northern Ireland and Mexico who have not had any children arriving late to school this week!

We need more classes next week!

Sadly, our whole school attendance is below 96% this week, we need this to improve after the holidays with your help! 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%.

Fantastic News

We are very proud to tell you that no less than 169 children from Nursery through to Year 6 achieved 100% attendance this term, a truly magnificent achievement!

Can we beat this in the Spring Term?

Well done everyone!

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Calling all Reception Parents - Free Literacy Skills Workshop

Supporting your child with Literacy Skills Reception parents

FREE course starting Tuesday 12th January 1.15-3.15 for 5 weeks. If you have not already signed up please return slip on the letter that was sent out by Tuesday 5th January.


Further information contact Mrs Ayling 07759 229453.






Sunday, 13 December 2015

Weekly reminders for week beginning 14th December 2015

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  for all those that turned out to support the PA at the Christmas Bazaar, an event certainly enjoyed by all.

Key Stage 2 Concerts
This week sees the Year 3 and 4 concert and the Year 5 and 6 Carol Concert. The dates are as follows:
14th December                  Year 3 and 4 Concert  - 9.30am ( Peru / Brazil / Uganda)
14th December                  Year 3 and 4 Concert  - 2.30pm (Argentina  / South Africa / Kenya)
17th December                  Year 5 and 6 Carol Service - 2.00pm / 7.00pm

Please remember that younger siblings are not permitted to attend concerts.

Nursery
We look forward to welcoming families of Nursery children to school this week for Christmas Hat Making. Please speak to the Nursery staff if you are unsure of which day to come in.

Year 6
Year 6 are looking forward to welcoming families to their American Diner on Wednesday. This will be in the Canteen (2pm - 2.45).

Christmas Dinner
Please remember that it is Christmas Dinner day on Wednesday.

Christmas Jumper Day and Parties
Friday is Christmas Jumper Day and also non-uniform day for all. This will include class Christmas Parties.

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!

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Well done PA!

A big well done to the Clockhouse PA for the fantastic Christmas Fete they put on today. 

We hope you all enjoyed it and we thank you for braving the weather and coming out to support the PA and your school.






The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

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:

USA - 97.33%
Argentina - 98.28%
New Zealand - 97.59%

Well done to USA who win for the second week in a row!

A further well done to Northern Ireland, Italy and Japan who have not had any children arriving late to school this week!

We need more classes next week!

Sadly, our whole school attendance has dropped below 96% this week, we need this to improve next week with your help! Whole school attendance currently stands at
 95.9%!

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%.

Friday, 11 December 2015

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

Once again there has been lots of wonderful learning taking place this week. The children have been ready and eager to learn and have been taking pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland and Wales currently top the Dojo League. Scotland, Mexico and Italy are just behind them in second place with USA in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to South Africa  who continue to be in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with  Japan and Australia in second place and Argentina and New Zealand in third.

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

Christmas Bazaar - tomorrow


Thursday, 10 December 2015

Netball News

Last night Clockhouse welcomed Dame Tipping for our first home game in the netball league.

Clockhouse put in a dominant display from start to finish and again had the opportunity to try many people in many positions.

Clockhouse worked hard and took the lead with a crisp passing move. But again the team did well defending from the front and limiting Dame Tipping opportunities to get into the Clockhouse third of the pitch. When Dame Tipping did advance any shooting opportunities were nullified immediately thanks to Niamh S and Charlie T.

A big part of the success this evening was from the speed of the passing with Victoria R and Summer S coming from their wings to work with Caitlin M to feed to the shooters. Kacey M and Verity A-G also showed their potential with a solid defensive performance.

Thank you to Dame Tipping for a game that we could learn a lot from. Such a small school but showing huge heart throughout and also to Mrs Adams for umpiring the fixture.

Clockhouse worked hard and finished the game with a 16 - 0 victory.

Scorers on the night were:
Shannon I x 6
Daisie S-E x 6
Niamh S x 2
Caitlin M x 2

This was the last Clockhouse sporting fixture before Christmas so we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents for their support and to all the children who have represented the school with pride! 

We go into the Christmas break undefeated in netball, girls football, and tag rugby. Therefore our girls football team are top of their league and as a result of tonight's victory and last night's walk over victory against Parklands the netball team are 15 points clear at the top of the table. Credit also to the boys football team who sit second in their respective league.

Merry Christmas and let's hope 2016 can be just as successful as 2015!

Sunday, 6 December 2015

Weekly reminders for week beginning 7th December 2015

As Christmas gets ever closer, we are all really looking forward to welcoming everyone to the many Christmas events were have planned during the next two weeks. Thank you to you all for the lovely cakes that you sent in for the cake sale on Friday.

The Christmas Concerts start this week. The dates are as follows:


7th December   Christmas Dress Rehearsal - 9.30am  (Mexico / France / Wales)
7th December   Christmas Dress Rehearsal – 2.30pm (Canada / Italy / Scotland)
8th December   Christmas Dress Rehearsal – 9.30am  (United States / Spain / Northern Ireland)
8th December    PM Nursery Christmas Concert @ 2.30pm
9th December    AM Nursery Christmas Concert @ 9.15am
9th December    KS1 Concert - 2.30pm (Mexico / France / Wales)
10th December   KS1 Concert  - 9.30am Canada / Italy / Scotland)
10th December   KS1 Concert  - 2.30pm (United States / Spain / Northern Ireland)
11th December Christmas Dress Rehearsal – am – Year 3 and Year 4

Please remember that younger siblings are not permitted to attend concerts. Please attend the dress rehearsal if you do need to bring younger siblings.

Artist in School
Year 5 look forward to welcoming Paul Priestly (Artisit) to school on Wednesday. He will be working with them in the style of the famous artist Hockney. He will be back on Thursday to work with Year 4 in the style of Monet.

Music Recital
Mrs Payne will be hosting a winter recital for our musicians and their parents at 3.45 pm on Tuesday.

Choir
The Key Stage 2 choir are off to sing carols at Lodge Lane Peoples Home on Thursday. Please ensure that permissions slips are returned if you have not done so already.

Year 5
Year 5 are looking forward to welcoming their families to school on Friday at 2.30 for their Gift Sale.

Sport
Good luck to the Netball team who play Parklands away on Tuesday and Dame Tipping at home on Wednesday.

PA Event
Do not forget the PA Christmas Fair on Saturday (12th December) in the Key Stage 2 hall.

We are all looking forward to seeing you at the concerts and we hope we help you to get into the festive spirit!

Have a good week everyone.

Saturday, 5 December 2015

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

Once again there has been lots of wonderful learning taking place this week. The children have been ready and eager to learn and have been taking pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland and Wales currently top the Dojo League. Mexico and Italy are just behind them in second place with Scotland and USA in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to South Africa  who continue to be in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with  Japan and Australia in second place and New Zealand in third.

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

The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

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:

USA - 96.67%
South Africa - 97.93%
Australia - 98.67%

Well done to Australia who win for the second week in a row!

A further well done to Northern Ireland, Italy, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia who have not had any children arriving late to school this week! Great news!

More classes than last week - well done everyone!

Our whole school attendance currently stands at 96.1%!

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%.

Friday, 4 December 2015

Clockhouse sing at the turn on of the Collier Row Tree Lights

Well done to the choir who sang beautifully in Collier Row this evening.

The children performed our school anthem in style, as well as some lovely Christmas songs. We were certainly very proud of all the children!

Thanks to all those that came to show their support. We hope we helped to get you into the Christmas spirit!





Thursday, 3 December 2015

Netball Victory

Yesterday afternoon Clockhouse took a large squad to St. Peters for our opening game of the netball league.

After losing at the semi-final stage last year, the children knew that it was important to get off to an impressive start this time around if they want to fulfill our potential this year, especially with this being the first of three league games within two weeks.

From the outset Clockhouse were in full swing, showing the speed that has been ever present as of late in training. Team captain Daisie S-E opened the scoring with her first of five scores.

The first third ended with Clockhouse leading 7-1. Daisie being joined on the scored card by Gracie-May H. Credit must go to the whole squad but in particular the attacking four who moved the ball so smoothly.

As the second period began Clockhouse handed debuts to Katie K, Charlie T, and Tajus with all three impressing from the start. With a shake up in the line up Shannon I continued with her impressive start to the sporting year by scoring twice to extend Clockhouse's lead to 9-1 by the end of the second period.

Credit must go to St. Peters who did not give up and they were rewarded with their second score of the game early in the final period. But as Summer S and Caitlin M re-entered the game the speed stepped up once more. As a result Clockhouse scored another six times in the final period. Niamh S scoring three at her first outing as Goal Shooter and Caitlin  showing how sharp her shooting is from long range, netting three times herself. There was even time at the end to welcome Lily S-E onto the pitch. Lily becomes the youngest child to ever represent the school at netball being only in Year 3. 

Final score St. Peters 2 - 15 Clockhouse.

Well Done to the whole squad as Clockhouse take their place at the top of the league.




Sunday, 29 November 2015

Weekly reminders for week beginning 30th November 2015

With Christmas fast approaching and the hitting of December this week we are gearing up for the Festive Season at Clockhouse!

Thank you  to all those parents / carers who attended the Year 1 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.

Parents and Carers of children with Additional Needs are invited to a Coffee Morning on Wednesday. This will take place in the Parents Room from 9.30am.

Year 6
This week sees Year 6 complete their first Mock SATs tests of the year. 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.

Reception
We look forward to welcoming families of Reception children to school this week for Christmas Hat Making. Please speak to your child's class teacher is you are unsure of which day to come in.

Cake Sale
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!

Orchestra
Members of the Clockhouse Orchestra are off to the Queens Theatre on Friday. Please ensure consent forms are returned by Wednesday if you have not returned them already.

Sport
Good luck to the Sports Hall Athletics team who represent the school in a Borough competition on Tuesday. Good luck also to the Netball team who play St Peters away on Wednesday.

Do not forget to order Christmas Dinner for your child if you have not done so already and that the PA will be holding the Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 12th December (11-2).

Have a good week everyone!

Friday, 27 November 2015

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

Once again there has been lots of wonderful learning taking place this week. The children have been ready and eager to learn and have been taking pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland, Wales and Italy  currently top the Dojo League. Scotland and USA are just behind them in second place with Mexico in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to South Africa  who continue to be in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with  Japan and Australia in second place and Uganda and New Zealand in third.

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

The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

Great attendance leads to great learning!

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 - 97.33%
Peru - 97.59%
Australia - 99.00%

Well done to Australia who will receive prizes in Friday's Achievement Assembly for getting 99%!

A further well done to Northern Ireland, Wales and France who have not had any children arriving late to school this week! Great news!

This is not as many classes as usual, here is hoping punctuality improves next week!

Our whole school attendance currently stands at 96.2%!

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%.

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Do you have a child with SEND?

HOME SCHOOL SUPPORT COFFEE MORNING 
for Parents and Carers of children   with additional needs 

Guest speaker from Positive Parents

 Wednesday 2nd December 2015
9am - 11.30 am

Please come and join a group of parents/carers who have children with additional needs (the children may be siblings of children from Clockhouse). Have a chat, share ideas and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. 

If you feel you could benefit from this please come along.

We meet in the Parents Room KS1. Please sign in at the reception.

R.S.V.P  Kim Ayling  07759 229453





Sunday, 22 November 2015

Weekly reminders for the week beginning 23rd November 2015

We have another busy week ahead of us as we move that little bit closer to Christmas!

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

Year 1 and 2
Do not forget to ensure your child brings their bike or scooters to school on Friday for their road awareness training. The children will be doing this outside so please make sure that they are wrapped up warm!

Good luck to the boys football team who play Harold court away on Tuesday.

Do not forget to order Christmas Dinner for your child if you have not done so already and that the PA will be holding the Christmas Fair on Saturday 12th December.

Look out for the November newsletter coming out this week.

Have a good week everyone!

Friday, 20 November 2015

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

Once again there has been lots of wonderful learning taking place this week. The children have been ready and eager to learn and have been taking pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland, Wales, Italy and USA who currently top the Dojo League. Scotland are just behind them in second place with Mexico in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to South Africa  who continue to be in the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with Argentina, Uganda, Japan and Australia in second place and Peru and New Zealand in third.

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

The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

Great attendance leads to great learning!

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:

Mexico - 99.33%
Kenya - 99.31%
Japan - 100%

Well done to particularly to Mexico who win for the third week in a row and to Japan who win for the second week in a row. An extra well done to all three of these classes who will receive prizes in Friday's Achievement Assembly for getting over 99% and especially to Japan for their 100% attendance rate this week! 

A further well done to Northern Ireland, Spain, Mexico and Peru who have not had any children arriving late to school this week! Great news!

This is not as many classes as usual, here is hoping punctuality improves next week!

Our whole school attendance currently stands at 96.3%!

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%.

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Weekly reminders for week beginning 16th November 2015

Thank you to you all for your overwhelming support and generosity for the very worthy cause that is Children in Need, there was certainly some fabulous costumes. As soon as we have done all the counting we will let you know how much we raised!

Thank you also for you attendance at Parents Evening and to all those that completed the questionnaires, there was some really useful feedback. We all enjoyed meeting with you!

Nursery
We look forward to welcoming the Nursery Parents to school on Monday to meet with Jackie Logan from Havering Library Service. Times are as follows:
Lions am and Hippos am - 9.00-9.45
Pandas am and Elephants am - 10.45-1.30
Lions pm and Hippos pm - 12.45-1.30
Pandas pm and Elephants pm - 2.30-3.15

Year 4
Year 4 are off to Collier Row on Tuesday, please ensure that permissions slips are returned by Monday if you have not done so already. They are also looking forward to welcoming families from Year 4 on Thursday at 2,45pm for a Victorian Afternoon Tea.

Year 5
On Thursday, we are looking forward to welcoming lots of parents / careers from Year 5 to their first Learn with my Child event of the year. The morning will start at 9.30 and finish at 11.45am. Please come for as little or as much as you can.

Have a good week everyone!

Friday, 13 November 2015

The attendance winners for this week are...

Well done to everyone for trying really hard to ensure the children's attendance is high. Remember:

Great attendance leads to great learning!

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:

Mexico - 98.00%
Brazil - 98.97%
Japan - 99.67%

Well done to particularly to Mexico and Brazil who win for the second week in a row and to Japan who will receive e prizes in Friday's Achievement Assembly for getting over 99%!

A further well done to Northern Ireland, Wales, Spain, Mexico, Peru and Australia who have not had any children arriving late to school this week! Great news!

Our whole school attendance currently stands at 96.4%!

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%.

The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

Once again there has been lots of wonderful learning taking place this week. The children have been ready and eager to learn and have been taking pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland, Wales, Italy and USA who currently top the Dojo League. Scotland, Spain and Mexico are just behind them in second place with Canada in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to South Africa  who have taken the overall lead of the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with Argentina, Uganda, Japan, New Zealand and Australia in second place and Peru, Libya and India in third.

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

Thursday, 12 November 2015

Children in Need tomorrow

Please do not forget that we are supporting the worthy cause that is Children in Need tomorrow.

In return for not wearing school uniform and if possible the children coming dressed in something spotty, we ask for a donation in the 'bucket'.

Thank you in advance for you support!

From everyone at Clockhouse Primary School

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

School photographs today

Do not forget that photos are today!

Please remember that if you want to have children photographed with siblings who do not attend Clockhouse, these will be being done between 8am and 9am this morning.


Best smiles at the ready!



Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Parents Evening

Thank you to all those Parents / Carers who attended Parents Evening tonight. We look forward to seeing the rest of you tomorrow!

Please do not forget to fill in one of the questionnaires available during Parents Evening or if you have taken it home with you tonight, please return it to school as soon as possible.

All feedback is greatly appreciated.

Thank you

The Dojo League Returns

The Dojo League!

Lots of wonderful learning took place last week as we reset the Dojo League for this half term. The children returned to school ready and eager to learn and took pride in their work, themselves and their school - great news! Once again it has been wonderful to see so many positive Dojos being given out!

Well done to those children who got 100% on their Dojo for last half term, your Dojo Stars are being prepared and will be with you soon.

The dojo scores have been analysed and the results are in!

Reception and Key Stage 1:
A big well done to  Northern Ireland, Wales, Italy, Spain, USA and Canada who currently top the Dojo League. Italy and Mexico are just behind them in second place with France in third.

Key Stage 2:
A big well done to Argentina, South Africa, Uganda, Libya, Japan, and New Zealand  who currently lead the Key Stage 2 Dojo League with Peru, Brazil, India and Australia in second place and Fiji and Nepal in third.

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

Monday, 9 November 2015

Key Stage 2 Dojo League Champions

The Dojo League half term winners!

A big well done to

South Africa

who are last half terms Dojo League winners for Key Stage 2


They are now busy thinking about what their reward will be!

Well done also to New Zealand who finished in second place and Peru and Argentina who finished in third!

A big well done to everybody for all the positive Dojos that were awarded last half term, there have certainly been a lot!



Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo League Champions

The Dojo League half term winners!

A big well done to

Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

who are last half terms Dojo League winners for Reception and Key Stage 1


They are now busy thinking about what their reward will be!

Well done also to Italy who finished in second place and Mexico and USA who finished in third!

A big well done to everybody for all the positive Dojos that were awarded last half term, there have certainly been a lot!



Reading Star Champions!

This year we have continued with Reading Stars. We are 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 – Oliver E
Scotland Harry H
Northern Ireland – Ava C
FranceEmily C / Jack White
ItalyCharlotte B
SpainLexi L / Dillan C
USAAnthony O
CanadaHayden L
Mexico – Ben C
PeruHolly W
ArgentinaFreddie B / Amelia E
BrazilLewis W
UgandaHarrison A
South Africa – Charlie B
Kenya - Hannah D 
Libya – Nicolay N / Lola C
China – Liya H
Japan – Paige S
IndiaMolly C
NepalMatthew R
AustraliaGeorge C / Charlie B
New Zealand – Arifaa B / Marissa E
Fiji – Caitlin M

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?

Core Value Award Winners

We have continued with our Core Value Winners this year.

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 School Council 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 – Mia A
ScotlandZak H
Northern Ireland – Aderfolawemi O
France – Bradley M
ItalyHarry H
SpainAleeza M
USAChloe P
CanadaLewis D
Mexico – Rhys M-H
PeruLily-Bell C
ArgentinaFreya W
BrazilElla P
UgandaKaylan B
South Africa – Beth C
Kenya - Victory M
China – Oliver Y
Japan – Isabelle M
IndiaBen P
AustraliaGeorge C / Emily T
New Zealand – Summer S
Fiji – Charlie G 

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

The hunt starts for next terms Core Value winners when we return!

Sunday, 8 November 2015

Poppies

Year 6 pupils will be coming round with poppies on Monday and Tuesday to mark Remembrance Day on Wednesday.


Thank you in advance for your support.

Weekly reminders for week beginning 9th November 2015

It was lovely to see everyone back at school last week and hear about their half term holiday.

We have another busy week ahead!

Parents Evening 
Do not forget that on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week it is Parents Evening after school. Teachers have been busy making appointments for everyone, so if, as yet, you do not have an appointment please contact your child's class teacher on Monday to make arrangements for a meeting. There will be a questionnaire for parents to complete whilst you are waiting. We do appreciate that this takes time but your feedback is invaluable to us as we continually strive to improve the educational experience we provide for the children and families we serve.

Reception - Year 6
Please remember that the flu immunisations will be taking place on Tuesday. The form must be returned to school by Monday in order for your child to receive the immunisation.

School Photographs
Following the letter that came out last week, please remember that individual school photographs will be taken on Wednesday 11th November.  Children who have brothers and sisters in school will also have the family photos taken during the day. However, if you wish to your children photographed with children who do not attend the school there is the opportunity to have this done on before school on Wednesday. Please go the Key Stage 2 hall from 8am.

Children In Need
On Friday, we are once again supporting the very worthy cause of Children in Need this year. In doing so we will be having a non-uniform day where we will be showing our support by coming dressed in something spotty (a small donation in the bucket is all that is needed)! All donations received for this will be sent to Children in Need. Please help us support this worthy cause!

Christmas Cards
Do not forget to return your Christmas Card order as soon as possible so that orders can be placed by the PA. We do not want any disappointments so please ensure these are returned promptly. Thanks must go to the PA for once again organising this.

Sport
Good luck to the girls football team who take part in a borough competition on Wednesday and to the boys football team who play St. Peters away on Friday.

Have a good week everyone!