28 March 2024

CYP- Celebrating a Successful Spring Term

It is hard to believe that we have reached the end of another term.  The children have all worked hard and made good progress and we are really proud of all they have achieved.

Reading Tree Awards

On Monday, we held our Reading Tree Assemblies to recognise all those children who read regularly at home.  Every child who reads regularly was entered in a prize draw to win a book.  All children who had read regularly received a special Reading Tree Bookmark with a link to a story.

Well done to our Year 1 winners: Henry and Willow in Indigo Class, Lumi and Emilia in Green Class and Mahbubat and Tate in Blue Class.  In Year 2 our book winners were: Isla and Aarav in Ruby Class, Musawer and Bethany in Turquoise Class and Lenka and Yusuf in Violet Class.  The classes with the most regular readers who have earnt a class pyjama reading party are Indigo and Turquoise. In Year 3 our book winners were: Poppy in Birch Class, Kian in Cedar Class and Daphne in Holly Class. In Year 4, the book prize winners were: Dara in Hawthorn Class, Alara in Lime Class and Leo in Rowan Class   In Year 5, the book prize winners were: Jayden in Sycamore Class, Annieka in Willow and Heela in Hazel Class. In Year 6, well done to: Poppy in Beech, Matilda in Larch Class and Lalibela in Oak Class.

We also celebrated those children who have been reading using ECollins at home this term.  All the children who had used this regularly received a special sticker.  The children who had read the most also got to select a book prize.  Well done to Eve, Reuben, Ariella and Isabel in Year 1 and Akram, Rose, Qhari, Bertie and Lenka in Year 2. Congratulatiosn to Turquoise Class who had the most readers and won a class book prize.

Gold Award

This half term’s Gold Award celebrates Curriculum Achievement.  Well done to the follow children who receievd this award this half term:

Red Class – Robyn and Oran Ruby Class – Tallulah and Jasom Lime Class –  Ameira and Fraser
Orange Class – Bilal and Elsie Turquoise Class – Senudi and Gordon Sycamore Class – Zara and Sheick
Yellow Class – Elsie and Malcolm Birch Class – Clem and Poppy Willow Class –  Olive and Jacob
Green Class – Winnie and Hugo Cedar Class – Ayanah and Malik Hazel Class – Emerson and Kitty
Blue Class – Mahbubat and Max Holly Class – Louis and Betty Beech Class – Bethlehem and Michelle
Indigo Class – Deniz and Willow Rowan Class – Sofiia and Rion Oak Class – Viola and Alizay
Violet Class – Yusuf and Miracle Hawthorn Class – Tolibat and Jesse Larch Class – Praise and Amelia

 

Reception Visits

It has been a very exciting week in Reception.  As part of their ‘Superheroes’ topic, they were visited by real life superheroes who help us.  The classes were visited by the police and the fire brigade.  The children had lots of interesting questions to ask and even got to have a turn spraying the water on the fire engine and operating the lights.  What a memorable experience!

Cypress Superstars

Well done to Elliot in Green Class.  Elliot has been awarded a Blue Peter Eco Badge for his work on recycling.  He has also been learning about sea turtles.  Elliot was so inspired by his teacher that he recommended that Mrs Dutton should give a talk for Blue Peter.  Congratualtions to Gordon, Harper, Ivy, Molly, Heidi, Musawer and Jamie in Turquoise Class who have completed some excellent addition and subtraction work.  They even completed some tricky problems which they solved correctly.   Well done to Arona, Gilbie, Penda, Sky, Tate and Jacob in Blue Class who came to visit the office with some very creative stories based on the book ‘Chalk’.

Well done to Cillian, Sophia, Shyla, Tyler, Kian and Phoebe in Cedar for their very detailed non chromological reports on the Stone Age. They had also focused time and attention on their presentation! Keep up the great work! Ted in Holly gets a special mention today! We have spoken in assembly about sharing kind words, how they make others feel and how beneficial being kind is for our own mental health. Ted took kindness to a whole new level with his wonderful card. Ted – you’ve made my day! Emilia in Hawthorn wowed me with her persusasive letter about the conservation of tigers! She used emotive language and rehtorical questions to capture the reader. Great work, Emilia! Ilyas in Hawthorn has drawn the most amazing tiger as part of an advert against the killing of tigers! He also used persuasive and emotive language to make his advert more effective! Well done, Ilyas! Jacob and Kaycee in Holly have been thinking about how to spread kindness and have been creating posters to spread the message!

Year 3 Easter Performance

Well done to all our amazing Year 3 children on their entertaining Year 3 Easter performance! We were wowed by their confidence and talent! They sang wonderfully uploftin songs, retold the story of Easter, shared the lots of interesting facts about Easter and further explained how Easter is celebrated around the world! It was a delight to watch! Well done to all the adults who helped the children with their peformance: Miss Fernandes, Miss Hassan, Mrs Corbett, Ms Habib, Mr Nicol and Ms Francis.

We wish all of our children and families a restful and relaxing holiday.  Happy Easter and Eid Mubarak to all our families who are celebrating this holiday.

Ms Binks, Mrs Carpenter and the Cypress Team

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