I hope that you've had a great week. I have a few things to update you all on:
YEAR 6 SATs
This week our amazing Flamingos have had to undertake their end of KS2 assessments (SATs). They have gone about this week with a fantastic attitude and have been a real credit to this school. Whatever the outcome we know that you have tried your best and will go onto amazing things. Also, a huge thank you to Mr Wright and Mrs Kilpatrick for their hard work in making the week as enjoyable as possible.
Just a reminder that next Friday is our Sports Day event, and we are delighted that parents can spectate again this year. We will open the school gates at 11:45am for you to have a picnic on the field with your child/ren, before the afternoon track events.
On Friday 27th May we will be holding a whole school Jubilee 'street party' lunch. Mrs Scott is working on a traditionally British lunch and class teachers are planning a range of fun and exciting activities for their classes.
PARENT INFORMATION EVENING - HOW WE TEACH READING & WRITING
Just a reminder that on Thursday night Miss Raban will be holding our next Curriculum information evening for parents. This starts at 7pm in our school hall.
Over the past few weeks uniform standards have begun to slip again. Can I please remind you that children should be wearing the correct coloured uniform and PE kits, and that trainers should only be worn on PE days. If you have any questions regarding the correct uniform please visit our website.
We have been busy working on our plans for swimming lessons. Each year it becomes more and more difficult to find qualified swimming tutors. We are hoping to be in a position next week to announce our intentions.
Lastly, please don't forget to look at the calendar below for all of our upcoming events. I look forward to seeing you next week at one of our many events, starting with at our termly Drop-in.
Have a lovely weekend and see you next week
Rosina is performing in a show, performed by the Willingale Amateur Dramatics (WAMDRAMS) and is called ‘Back to the West End’ - a collection of songs from various West End musicals.
Rosina is performing as part of the ensemble in group numbers and is also a lead role in three songs. In the picture she is singing the part of the youngest Princess Fiona in a song from Shrek the Musical called ‘I know it’s today’.
Rosina, this is fabulous, well done to you and such a beautiful photograph :-)
Ethan and Finley both play for 2Aim4Lions who have appeared in the local newspaper after winning their League Cup that the end of their first season together as a team!
Well done to you all, what an amazing achievement :-)
Isla’s has passed her level 4 gymnastics with a medal! She attends Valdez Gymnastics club in Stortford.
On Monday, Flamingos had an amazing day with Mike Mullen from the BMX Academy. They were challenged to learn various BMX tricks including using ramps and even standing up on the bike. Mike aims to empower children, encouraging them to use a growth mindset to push their comfort zones with each trick...