Sunday, 31 March 2019

Weekly reminders for week beginning 1st April 2019

After all that went on last week, we have a quieter week at Clockhouse as we get closer to the Easter Holiday. Thank you to all those who came to the book fair last week, we hopw you found what you were looking for.

Nursery and Reception
We are very excited to have the Farm visiting us once again this year. They will be coming to Early Years on Friday.

Year 3
We look forward to welcoming our Year 3 parents for Learn with my Child on Thursday morning at 9.10am - 11.45. Please come for as little or as much as you can. As with the other year groups, regrettably we are unable to accommodate younger siblings at these events.

Sport
Good luck to the Netball Team who take part the the finals day on Monday.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
March Newsletter
Blueberry Muffins (Year 2)
Science (Year 6)
Growing Up (Year 6)
Waltham Abbey Trip (Year 60

Have a good week everyone!

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

Friday, 29 March 2019

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 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 Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, France, Spain and Canada who all lead the Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo League, with Italy in second place and USA in third.

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

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

A great week for attendance - well done all! 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:

Mexico - 99.3%
Brazil - 99.0%
Fiji - 100%

A huge well done to all three classes above as well as Northern Ireland and Japan who all had attendance of 99% or above this week, you will receive prizes in Achievement Assembly next Friday! An extra well done to Fiji - 100%, wow! A non-uniform day will be arranged for you very soon.

An impressive 13 classes were in the Green Zone last week with an attendance above 96% - well done everyone!

A further well done to Nursery PM, France, Italy, Spain, Argentina 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:

95.6%


Whole school attendance currently stands at

 95.8%

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%.

Citizen of the Week

Citizen of the Week!

Well done to the following children who are this week's Clockhouse Citizen of the Week:

Reception - Poppy J

Year 1 - Jake W
Year 2 - Yasmine H
Year 3 - Denzel A-B
Year 4 - Freddie J
Year 5 - Alfie T
Year 6 - Ali M


We have many fantastic citizens at Clockhouse and look forward to rewarding them!

Well done everyone!

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 - Noah J for showing great politeness and kindness to others and making wonderful progress with his writing.
Year 1 - Sophia M for always being extra ready for learning.
Year 2 - Nathan B for great resilience and determination to pass his maths challenge . He also did  extra at home to help him.
Year 3 - Ava C for amazing perseverance with her writing.
Year 4 - Shaila m for being amazing during the Learn with my Child session and really helping her dad.
Year 5 - Jessica T for going above and beyond with her learning and doing extra work at home to support this.
Year 6 - Ethan N for really pushing himself with his learning.
Mr Yarrow - Kayden B for his amazing work during the gym competition.
Miss Ward - Lohan B for making fantastic progress with his maths.
Mr Bottrill - Dennis O for a significantly improved attitude to learning.
                     Miss Ettridge for being super helpful to the Clockhouse community.
Mrs Savidge - Brook A and Holly W for being super supportive and kind to another school during
                        the recent gym competition.

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!



March Newsletter

Please be aware of the March Newsletter which come home this week.



Book Week - Read with your child!

Come and read with your child this morning as part of Book Week - everyone welcome in the Library!


Mother's Day Sale TODAY!

The PA Mother's Day sale is today during school time.

If you wish for your child to purchase a small gift please send them to school with wither £1.50 or £3.00 so that they can purchase a gift.

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Monday, 25 March 2019

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 - Cooper B for making wonderful progress with his writing and always being super helpful.
Year 1 - Aaron P for trying extra hard in all areas of his learning and therefore making excellent progress.
Year 2 - Marco M for working extra hard on his maths and improving his pace of work.
Year 3 - Swayley R for significant improvement with his maths learning.
Year 4 - Imran B for showing great maturity and resilience.
Year 5 - Luke B for always showing respect and making a huge effort in school everyday.
Year 6 - Max N for putting maximum effort into all that he does and making a huge effort with his learning.
Miss Ward - Lois B for trying so hard to work independently.
Mr Bottrill - Chloe M for trying so hard to improve her learning.
Mrs Savidge - Jamie W for working hard and being super kind to others.

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!



Sunday, 24 March 2019

Weekly reminders for the week beginning 25th March 2019

After a slightly quieter week at Clockhouse, we are back to normal with another busy week ahead of us.

Book Week
As you will have seen from the letter which came home last week, this week sees our annual book week, where the children will be taking part in lots of exciting activities and you are invited in to share books with your child.

As part of the week, the travelling book fair come to Clockhouse once again. The book fair will be open Thursday 28th and Friday 29th March after school in the Key stage 1 hall. Please feel free to come and browse as well as purchase.

Year 4
We look forward to welcoming our Year 4 parents for Learn with my Child on Thursday morning at 9.10am - 11.45. Please come for as little or as much as you can. As with the other year groups, regrettably we are unable to accommodate younger siblings at these events.

Mother's Day
Following the success of last year, the PA will be holding another Mother's Day sale on Friday during school time. If you wish for your child to purchase a small gift please send them to school with wither £1.50 or £3.00 so that they can purchase a gift.

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 Girls Football team who take part in the next round of the cup competition on Tuesday against Upminster. This is at home, so please do come along to cheer the girls on if you can. Good luck also to the Gym team who take part in the Key Steps Competition (hosted by Clockhouse) on Thursday.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
Book Week arrangements
Mother's Day Sale
Learn with My Child and time correction (Year 4)
Trip to the Good Shepherd Church (Year 4)
Dance Club (Year 3)

Look out for the March Newsletter coming home this week.

Have a good week everyone.

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



Saturday, 23 March 2019

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

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

Spain - 98.2%
Uganda - 98.7%
New Zealand - 97.4%

A huge well done to all three classes above! An extra well done to New Zealand who win for the second week in a row!

A impressive 11 classes were in the Green Zone last week with an attendance above 96% - well done everyone!

A further well done to Nursery PM, France, Peru and China who all had no lates this week. We are hoping for a few more classes next week!

Whole school attendance for this week is:

94.9%


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%.

Friday, 22 March 2019

Mother's Day Sale - Friday

Please be aware of this letter which came home today.


Book Week

Please be aware of this letter which came home this week. We are looking forward to an exciting week!


Citizen of the Week

Citizen of the Week!

Well done to the following children who are this week's Clockhouse Citizen of the Week:

Reception - Elizabeth H

Year 1 - Harry J
Year 2 - Emmie P
Year 3 - Tristan O
Year 4 - Rusi K
Year 5 - Chloe D
Year 6 - Safa F


We have many fantastic citizens at Clockhouse and look forward to rewarding them!

Well done everyone!

Thursday, 21 March 2019

Para Sports at Easter


Clockhouse claim Collier Row derby win!

Tonight Clockhouse travelled to local neighbours Parklands for a netball fixture. Clockhouse took a big squad with dual motives. Firstly, preparation for the Borough Finals Day and secondly a Year 4 / 5 squad to start building for the future.

Parklands were fired up for the game and made it very hard for the Clockhouse side to break through. It took quick play from captain Lily S-E coming out of the circle to feed shooter Mia C to open the scoring. Despite not being able to get onto the scoreboard until the end of the first quarter Parklands were very tenacious in defence. Meaning Clocks only had a 3-1 lead at the end of the openning quarter. 

The side changed for the second quarter and Clockhouse went back to business. Parklands were growing in confidence and the more they pushed forward the more chances there were for Clockhouse to play on the counter attack. If anything Clockhouse were guilty of trying to play too quickly. Harry H battled with the Parklands center in a fascinating contest while Kayleigh S and Taylor H battled hard defensively. At the half way point Clockhouse led 4-3.

In the third quarter Clockhouse led from the back. Brooke A and Hayden M pushing forward to free up attackers to move around the court. Kayleigh S adding to the Clockhouse lead.

Parklands brought the came back tight in the final quarter dominating the rebound game in the circle. But Clockhouse showed their determination to hold on for victory.

Mr Yarrow said 'Credit to Parklands they got stronger and stronger as the game went on and are definitely a solid side. 

Tonight was a good chance to blow the cobwebs out before finals day on the 1st April. We have a lot of practice to do before meeting old rivals Parsonage Farm.

But looking at the positives it was great to see so many Year 4 / 5's preparing for next year. The pupils that played today and others that are working hard at club make me feel confident for another positive year!

Today was a gritty performance but it was all about playing what was in front of you,  the fact the netballers remain undefeated is a great achievement considering how tight the game finished up.

Thank you to all the parents who supported from the sideline and transported players.  Well done Clockhouse!'

FINAL SCORE: Clockhouse 7 vs 6 Parklands

SQUAD: Brooke A, Hayden M, Holly W, Max N, Ruby N,  Lily S-E (c),  Mia C, Taylor H, Kayleigh S, Jamie S, Harry H, Frankie R and Ben C

SCORERS: Mia C x 3, Lily S-E x 3 and Kayleigh S

PLAYER OF THE MATCH AS VOTED FOR BY PARKLANDS: Lily S-E


Tuesday, 19 March 2019

The Fire Brigade come to Early Years

Earlier in the term and as part of 'We are ...' Week, the children in Nursery and Reception learnt all about the emergency services. They had many special visitors including the fire brigade. They certainly enjoyed learning about this important service!









Monday, 18 March 2019

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 - Gracie B for excellent extra effort with all of her learning.
Year 1 - Lola S-E for her amazing history factfile.
Year 2 - Amelia F for showing great independence across all areas of her learning.
Year 3 - Henry G for have a significantly improved attitude to school.
Year 4 - Alexandra D for amazing learning in literacy.
Year 5 - Elsie H for being such a good friend when others are in need.
Year 6 - Lola P-W for showing great courage.
Miss Ward - Jayden A-B for trying so hard to be more independent.
Mr Bottrill - Attila P-H for showing outstanding maturity.
Mrs Savidge - Lilybell C for excellent improvement in her learning resulting in her making fantastic                          progress.

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!


Sunday, 17 March 2019

Weekly reminders for week beginning 18th March 2019

We have a slightly quieter week this week but are still looking forward to everything that is happening!

Year 5
We look forward to welcoming our Year 5 parents for Learn with my Child on Friday morning at 9.10am - 11.45. Please come for as little or as much as you can. As with the other year groups, regrettably we are unable to accommodate younger siblings at these events.

School Nurse Drop In
Should you wish to speak to the School Nurse she will be available for you to 'drop in' on Tuesday 2.30pm - 3.30pm. Please come to the Key Stage 2 Office.

Sport
Good luck to the Netball team who play Parklands Junior (away) on Tuesday and to the Year 5 Orienterring Team who take part in a Borough competition on Thursday. Good luck also to the Gym team who take part in the Key Steps Competition (hosted by Clockhouse) and to the boys Football team who play St Josephs (home) both on Friday.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
Year 6 Spelling Approach

Have a good week everyone.

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


Friday, 15 March 2019

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

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

Italy - 98.0%
Brazil - 98.0%
New Zealand - 97.7%

A huge well done to all three classes above!

A fantastic 12 classes were in the Green Zone last week with an attendance above 96% - well done everyone!

A further well done to Nursery PM, Spain 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:

95.4%


Whole school attendance currently stands at

 95.8%

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 football from future stars!

The disappointing weather was not going to stop the Year 2 children having a great day representing the school in a football tournament at Play Football.

The children had six games, showing so much potential,  growing as a team as the day went on.

The Clockhouse results were:
Benhurst won 1-0
Gidea Park College won 3-0
Harold Wood won 9-1
Langtons won 5-0
St Joseph's lost 3-1
St Patricks won 4-0

As a result of these amazing results Clockhouse were level on points at the top of the group and only on goals for did they miss out on winning the competition by 2 goals.

Mr Yarrow said 'Today we were unlucky not to win the whole tournament. The organisers told me that if it went to goal difference instead of goals scored we would of won the whole festival. But today was about so much more that the result, it was great to have Year 2 children out of class representing the school at sport. It shows how bright the future of sport is at the school! The children enjoyed every moment of the day and hopefully we made some lifelong memories. Well done to everyone involved, as always I am proud of you all!'

SQUAD: Harry S, Bella C, Teddie M, Finn N and Ellas R

SCORERS: Ellas R x 6, Finn N x 10 and Teddie M x 7

PLAYER OF THE DAY: Harry S - for stepping up and playing in goal. Some fantastic saves throughout the competition!


Citizen of the Week

Citizen of the Week!

Well done to the following children who are this week's Clockhouse Citizen of the Week:

Reception - Maia A

Year 1 - Rosie S
Year 2 - Aayan N
Year 3 - Ellie W
Year 4 - Lula K-G
Year 5 - Grace B
Year 6 - Daniel G


We have many fantastic citizens at Clockhouse and look forward to rewarding them!

Well done everyone!

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Clocks make a splash!

Today Clockhouse Primary School took part in the Havering Swimming Gala. Six children were selected to perform against other schools across the borough.

The results were as folllows:

Girls Backstroke - Kayleigh M - 4th in heat
Boys Backstroke - Dillan C - 3rd in heat
Girls Breaststroke - Angel L - 5th in heat
Boys Breaststroke - William S - 5th in heat
Girls Freestyle - Maia W - 5th in heat
Boys Freestyle - Charlie B - 3rd in heat
Girls Relay - 4th in heat
Boys Relay - 4th in heat

On timings the girls relay team also qualified for the finals finish an impressive 6th overall.

Mr Yarrow said 'Clockhouse have only been taking part in the gala in recent years so these children represented the school fantastically!

It was great for the girls to reach the finals in the relay, a great achievement and I personally think the fact the school is now taking part in the gala shows how important learning to swim is. It is a life skill that could benefit everyone.

Well done again to team Clockhouse and thank you as always to the parents for transporting the children.'


Agonising cup exit for spirited Clockhouse side!

Clockhouse boys football team hosted La Salette in the Havering Cup quarter-final last week.

Despite an early goal for the visitors you would not know that Clockhouse suffered defeat in the league tournament earlier this year, as Clockhouse played very clever football creating chances and closing down the opposition at every opportunity.

Clockhouse were rewarded midway through the first half when some fantastic defensive work from Hayden M and Jake L got the ball forward for John O to deliver a cross for Max N to stick in the net.

Shortly before half time and with pressure building on the visitors Morgan N threaded a through ball to Micah R who shot with power to beat the La Salette keeper and give Clocks the lead at half time.

In an attempt to earn the victory Clockhouse changed formation, playing very defensively. Again Jake L, Hayden M Luke B and Charlie B worked tirelessly at the back to keep La Salette without a goal in the second half. Keeper Lewis W was throwing himself around everywhere determined not to be beaten!

With time running out it looked as though Clockhouse had soaked up everything La Salette had to offer. Sadly with 4 minutes to play La Salette got the goal they were lookong for to level the score. The visitors seemed to have grown in confidence and with just one minute left La Salette scrambled to take the lead. Clockhouse had a minute to play and through caution to the wind going all out attack to try and create a chsnce to take the game to extra time. Unfortunately the strong La Salette side hit once more on the counter attack to finish the game 4-2 winners. Knocking Clockhouse out the Havering Cup at the quarter-final stage.

Mr Koten said 'We could not of asked more of these boys tonight. They left everything on the pitch and deserved extra time if not more. Lewis W had a fantastic game between the sticks. Maybe we went defensive too early but the boys made every effort to sticknto the game plan. Unlucky boys!'

Mr Yarrow added 'I think the scoreline flattered our guests today the boys were tactically fantastic and deserved at least extra time if not the win. You wouldn't believe La Salette beat us comfortably earlier this year the squad worjed so hard off the ball. Thank you to Mark at Collier Row FC for refereeing and to all who came to support the team. I am very proud of the dedication the boys showed today!'

FINAL SCORE: Clockhouse 2 vs 4 La Salette 

SQUAD: Lewis W, Hayden M, Jake L, Max N (c), Charlie B, John O, Morgan N, Luke B and Micah R.

SCORERS: Max N and Micah R

PLAYER OF THE MATCH: Lewis W


Tag Rugby Times for Year 3 and 4!

Last week Clockhouse took a squad of Year 3 and 4 children to a Tag Rugby festival hosted at May and Baker Rugby Club.

Some children got to represent the school for the first time and experience sport against other schools.

Clockhouse had to play 10 games of tag rugby and had the opportunity to show all they have learnt about the game at clubs and in PE lessons.

The Clockhouse results were as follows:

Crowlands lost 3-2
Parsonage Farm lost 3-1
Rise Park won 4-2
St Edwards won 1-0
RJ Mitchell lost 3-2
Benhurst won 3-0
Harrow Lodge lost 5-4
RJ Mitchell won 2-0
St Joseph's lost 6-3
St Peter's won 3-1

Mr Yarrow looked back on the festival saying 'considering the team started the day fairly nervously I think the team were incredible. The day started and only a few people wanted to take the ball forward but as the day went on all players seemed to want to get their hands on the ball and I see some suoer tagging.

It is great that as a school we are able to be so competitive at lower key stage 2. I am confident all the children taking part today have bright sporting futures at Clockhouse.

Thank you to our hosts and to our parents for supporting and transporting the children. A great day of rugby!'

SQUAD: Pheobe L, Rosie C, Lilly-Mae L, Emily P, Harry H, Ronnie D, Jamie S, Dan-Luka N and Lewis C.

TRY SCORERS: Harry H x 8, Jamie S x 7, Lewis C x 5, Ronnie D x 2

PLAYER OF THE FESTIVAL: Lewis C


We are ... Week

We are delighted to release our video from We Are... Week!

We all had a great week and we really hope that we inspired the children to really think about their futures.

Please follow the link below to view out video which shows just a small part of what we did:



Monday, 11 March 2019

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 - Oliver B for giving extremely thoughtful answers to questions to help his learning                                progress.
Year 1 - Hayley R for really pushing herself out of her comfort zone.
Year 2 - Kirsty G for working extra hard to improve her reading.
Year 3 - Willow S-W for really challenging herself with her learning in order to improve.
Year 4 - Zak F for being extra helpful to others in the classroom.
Year 5 - Gracie R for always completing work to the best of the ability and now actively asking for                  advice to improve and acting upon this.
Year 6 - Isabelle R for always being helpful and kind to others as well as polite.
Miss Ward - Amelia-Rose M for showing significant improvement.
                 Desmond J for really trying hard to act upon advice that he is given as well as giving                            advice to others.
Mr Bottrill - Georgia R for showing significant improvement with her learning.
Mrs Savidge - Kelsie-Lee A for great work for charity.

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!


Sunday, 10 March 2019

Weekly reminders for week beginning 11th March 2019

Well done and thank you for your support last week!

Year 6
From Monday and throughout the week, the Year 6 children will be sitting Mock SATs tests. Please speak to your child's class teacher after the tests if you wish to know how they got on do that you can further support them at home - every bit really does help!


Year 5
The final meeting for the Condover Hall residential visit is taking place on Wednesday at 5pm. This will be in the Key Stage 1 hall.


Comic Relief
On Friday we will be supporting Comic Relief, please remember that for a small donation we ask that the children come to school dressed in something red or with red on.

Sport
Good luck to the swimming team who take part in the borough annual Swimming Gala on Tuesday afternoon and to the Year 2 football team who have a competition on Thursday.

Letters that went out last week:
The following letters went out last week:
Condover Hall Meeting (Year 5)

Have a good week everyone.

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


Saturday, 9 March 2019

Clockhouse Weekly Wow

Here is this week's Weekly Wow and as usual there are a lot of things to 'wow' about this week, ESPECIALLY  all those GREENS!


The Dojo League

The Dojo League!

The Dojo League has started again 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, France, Italy, Spain, USA and Canada who all lead the Reception and Key Stage 1 Dojo League, with Mexico in second place.

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

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