Year 6 Residential
On Monday, year 6 parents and children will get up at the crack of dawn to alight their coach to Edale, Derbyshire, for their five-day residential. The children have been busy preparing for the trip for many weeks and will be treated to an action-packed itinerary. This includes climbing, abseiling, visiting Chatsworth House and exploring the ‘plague village’ of Eyam. We look forward to sharing their experiences with you via next week’s newsletter.
Contacting school next week
Due to the redeployment of staff cover next week, please direct all your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org rather than email@example.com for Monday to Wednesday next week. You can continue to contact us on the Comms account on Thursday and Friday.
Jubilee Day in school, Friday May 27th
We will be celebrating the Jubilee ahead of the half term break on Friday 27th May. The dress code for this optional non-uniform day is ‘Red, White and Blue.’ The children will be working on some Jubilee-themed activities next week, both in class and also in their breakfast and afterschool clubs.
The student council had a great meeting this week. The main topic was to discuss ways to improve playtime, and they came up with lots of ideas to make playtime active, safe and fun.
They are now going to work out the different costs of their chosen items, which include skipping ropes, balls, tennis racquets, badminton equipment and more.
Their next meeting will involve creating a Playground Code to help people play together safely and respectfully.
The council includes class members from years 1-6. Each member is nominated by their classmates, and there are also reserves for those occasions when the Councillor is unable to make the meeting. We took pictures of as many councillors as we could find this week 🙂
Meet the Student Council!
Year 1 – Charlie and Grace
Year 2 – Jude and Nina
Year 3 – Clover and Hollie
Year 4 – Fox and Sophia (Ayse and Noah reserves)
Year 5 – Maisie and Reuben
Year 6 – Anya, Charlie, George T, Grace (Hannah and Lucy reserves)
Congratulations to Darcey and Noah in Y4, who had a brilliant sporting success last weekend. Noah played in a football tournament for Woodbridge Woodpecker U10s and received a medal for participating against ten local teams! Darcey undertook an Aquathlon – a swim, immediately followed by a run. Great effort, you two!
Help for Ukraine
Councillor Sue Bale together with Churches Together has organised a meeting for anyone in Woodbridge who would like to find out more about how to help any Ukrainians arriving here. This might be people who have volunteered to be a host or people who may not be able to accommodate someone but who just want to help. The meeting is on Saturday 21 May 12- 2 at St Mary’s Church Centre.
Forest fun days
We have an opportunity for KS2 children to enjoy a whole day of Forest School activities run by our Forest School Leader Suzanne Strand at the beautiful Sinfield Trust Nature Reserve, Hasketon. For dates, information and how to book please click here.
Premier Half Term Camps
Premier is back delivering its Holiday Activities for the Whitsun Half Term. They have lots of Holiday provisions on offer during this period and would love to invite your child to attend.The courses are just £18 per day and run from 8.30am-3.30pm each day and run from Monday 30th May – Wednesday 1st June. Links to the Kesgrave booking page here.
Inspire Holiday Camps
Inspire is running some holiday clubs this half term holiday. Please see their flyer for details. They may also have some funded places available. Please contact Inspire directly using the details on the flyer if you are interested.
Half term tennis holiday camps
School tennis coach Jon Mansfield is running his popular holiday camps this half term holiday. See his flyer for details.