Bexhill Bulletin WB 28/1/19

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Bexhill Bulletin

Spring Term 2018/19 Week Beginning 28th January
 

 

Before and After School

If your child walks to and from home on their own, please can you speak to them and encourage them to come straight into school. Unfortunately, we have several children who are late on a daily basis as they are playing football on the astro pitch. Although we encourage physical education, we need children to be in school and on time. Again, after school children are refusing to leave the property. This is getting better but we would appreciate your support too.

Firefighter Charity

A leaflet was sent home a couple of weeks ago asking for any unwanted clothing or shoes.

On Monday 4th February  a collection will be made at 9:15 so all donations need to be in school by then.

What can’t go in the bag?

We cannot accept bric-a-brac, toys, pants and socks, duvets, bedding, blankets, household linen, pillows and cushions, carpets, rugs and mats, curtains, towels, soiled, painted, ripped or wet clothing, school uniforms, corporate clothing or work wear, textile off cuts, yarns or threaded material.

 

How does this make money?

The bags will be weighed and collected. Pounds per kilo!

 

Where does the money go?

A small percentage goes towards the school but the majority goes towards The Firefighter Charity.

Any bin bags/carriers are fine

Reception Trip 

Our Reception children are visiting St Peter's Church on the 26th February(pm) to link in with their topic. 

Valentine's Disco

There will be an after school Valentine Disco on the 12th February - look out more details to follow.

Parking

Next week traffic cones will be outside of school to help the parkng congestion. Thanks for all your support and help in this matter. I know it has been very frustrating.

Attendance:

This week the attendance was 97%

Miss Knox’s class won the attendance award - Well done everyone!

Behaviour

Well done to Darling House who won the cup this week by collecting so many Class Dojo's!

British Values

This week we have read a story called ‘Giraffes can’t Dance’. This story focussed on respecting people’s differences. Our core Values this week that we have focussed on are; resilience, kind, tolerance, motivation and independence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Diary

September

18th- Reception parents topic launch
20th Nursery parents topic launch
26th - Macmillan Coffee Morning

October

2nd - Y5/6 trip to Beamish

15th - Photographer

16th October - Y1 phonics screening meeting

18th - (PM) Year 5 Harvest Festival

19th - Show Racism the red card day (Children to wear Red)

19th October -EYFS end event for parents  Breakup for half term
29th - INSET DAY
30th - Children return to school
30th - After School Spooky Disco

31st KS1 trip to Hartlepool Marina

November

5th November - Hand in unwanted clothes

16th - Children in Need Day

26th-30th -Half price book sale

December

4th Reception Trip

7th - Reception Nativity Show
11th - Pantomime in School
12th - Year 1-2 Christmas Show
13th - Nursery Christmas Wonderland Performance
14th - Christmas Jumper Day
14th - Year 3-4 Christmas Production
18th - Year 5-6 Christmas Show

19th School choir singing at the Bridges
20th - Christmas Party Day
21st - Break up for Christmas holidays


January

7th - Children return to school


Febuary

12th Feb - Valentines Disco

15th - Break up for half term 25th - INSET DAY
26th - Children return to school

26th March - Reception visit to church


March

7th - World Book Day
11th - Scholastic Book Fair 15th - Red Nose Day

 


April

5th - Break up for Easter 23rd - Children Return to school

May

6th - Bank Holiday
24th - Break up for Half Term


June

3rd - INSET Day
4th - Children return to school


July

19th - Break up for Summer Holidays


August