This week we had a very special assembly delivered by our Junior Travel Ambassadors showing us how to stay safe on the roads and launching their road safety competitions. We have a Brighten Your Bag competition running until 3rd December where children can win prizes for finding creative ways to brighten their bag to help them be more visible to other road users. If they can’t use a bag, children can also submit a drawing of a brightened bag design on paper. Speak to your class teacher if you need further details. We have also enjoyed Road ‘Safe-Tee’ Day, wearing bright colours to raise awareness of the importance of staying visible when travelling on the street/road.
Rowan Class Assembly
Rowan class also treated us to a very informative and dramatic assembly about Boudicca. They wrote passionate speeches, letters and diary entries; the final speech read by Lucy, rallying the troops to battle was so emotive! Well done to Rowan and class and also a big well done to Ms Weston and Ms Challacombe who helped the children to delover a wpnderful assembly. Parents of Rowan class children can watch a recording of the assembly on the class blog, which will be uploaded by the end of the day.
|Class Name||Rainbow 1||Rainbow 2|
|Holly||Cruz – for being very kind to a fellow classmate during PE||Gokhan – for working really hard on becoming an independent learner in writing|
|Cedar||Penny – for wonderful independent maths work – fully absorbed in her tasks||Pablo – for showing great perseverance to produce quality writing.|
|Birch||Ethan- for your determination and displaying great sportsmanship during PE.||Lizzie- Lizzie spent a lot of time creating friendship cards to every member of the class, how sweet.|
|Lime||Elif – for an amazing piece if writing in role as Boudicca||Lara- for persevering in maths when using column method to subtract with exchanging|
|Hawthorn||Tamila – for writing a diary entry in role as Boudicca using emotive language||Thomas – for persevering in maths when doing column addition with exchanging.|
|Rowan||Ian G – for a powerfully persuasive letter to Boudicca in role as a member of the Iceni.||Lara – for a very persuasive letter to Boudicca which was beautifully presented.|
|Hazel||Malcolm – Malcolm was resourceful and absorbed in our spooky writing and produced a spine-chilling piece of writing.||Ibraheem – for excellent focus in class. Also producing great working in computing.|
|Willow||Alex W – for being very helpful during computing and showing everyone how to use Purple Mash.||Blake – for ingeniously fixing a broken sword from the props cupboard for class assembly.|
|Sycamore||Fred – for showing great kindness to his partner in PE, as he patiently taught her how to control a football.||Cara – for contributing her ideas in class and for showing great representations in maths.|
|Beech||Tallula – for her excellent literacy work.||Luiza – for always trying her hardest and showing great perseverance in everything she does.|
|Oak||Raphael – for working extremely hard, persevering and not giving up during his work on fractions.||Indya – for showing great enthusiasm and contributing positively during maths.|
Well done to: Alesha for gaining medals outside of school and a gold certificate in trampolining and gymnastics! Keep up the determination and hard work, Alesha. Well done also to our Junior Travel Ambassadors, Florence, Livia, Jackson, Nicky who delivered a fantastic assembly on Monday! Kevin and Cavani completed some very challenging maths problems using their perseverance and absorption skills! What great role models! Olive in Holly class won the golden lock this week; keep up the sustainable travel, Olive! Lastly, brilliant word wizardry, Cherida! Wear your rosette with pride and keep developing those awesome language skills!
Please also remember that the greatly anticipated PTFA Winter Fair is on Friday 3rd December in the Lower School Hall. Tickets can be purchased here and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone. If you are available to help then please sign up on the website. Disco letters for Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 are being sent home soon so please keep an eye out for these. You will also receive a raffle ticket letter next week, so please return these together with the money to the school office.
Have a great weekend!
Mrs Carpenter and the Cypress Upper team