We were delighted to welcome Mr McIntyre back to school this week and although he is having to move around using crutches, he is well on the mend and was able to take Y4 for a visit to Camden Learning Centre today.
Choir are very much looking forward to performing St Matthew’s Passion at the Temple Church next week with other choirs, as part of our association with the English Touring Opera Company. As a school, we also look forward to work beginning on our collaborative work with the ETO for our KS2 Christmas show.
Black History Month Project
Next Friday 19th Oct will mark the end of our Windrush topic, during which children have gained an understanding of how challenging it was for people of that generation coming to UK. Every class will have a music workshop with Maroon Town, a London based band who fuse ‘the spirituality and cinematic sounds of classic ska with contemporary street rap and a cheeky slice of Latin funk’. School dinners will be a taste of the Caribbean and there will be a party from 2.45-3.15 – we would love you to come along and join us!
Uniform Shop Online
You can now order and pay for uniform online. Please go to the ‘Our School’ tab on our website and then select uniform, this will give you a link to follow.
Dates for your diary…..
- Family Art Club: Pilot session on Wednesday 17th October 3:30 – 4:30pm. Open-ended experimental art session in the art room led by Ms Periton, for family groups.
- Maximum capacity 30 places so booking is essential. Sign up ASAP at the office. All adults MUST be accompanied by a child. Maximum 2 children per adult. Sorry no buggies or preschoolers.
- Parents Evening for Rec-Y6 is Tues 30th Oct & Weds 31st Oct. Sign up sheets will be up in the church hall from Monday 15th October
- Y6 CAKE SALE – THURS 8th November
- Christmas Fair – Fri 14th Dec: 3-5pm
Koinonia is being in agreement with one another, being united in purpose, and serving alongside each other. It is also about our relationships with one another. We want to enable children to develop strong relationships within the school community, to support the development of their social and emotional skills, as well as embedding a sense of belonging. It is a constant area of development; relationships are continually tested and it can be easy in a busy day to respond without thinking of the impact on someone else. A positive relationship enhances our self-confidence and our willingness to explore something new – we are, after all, learners together not matter what our age.
“Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind.” 1 Peter 3:8
The dates for Children’s Sunday at Holy Trinity Church for the rest of this term are: 14th Oct, 18th Nov and 16th Dec.
Half Term Clubs/Community News
CHILDREN’S FREE CYCLING COURSE
LEVEL 1: Control skills course for children who can already ride
DATES: Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th October
TIME: 1-2.30pm VENUE: Haverstock School, 24 Haverstock Hill NW3 2BQ
BOOKING DETAILS: Contact Andreas Goldner, 0207974 1451 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|19.10.18||Black History Week|
|09.11.18||Year 6||Remembrance Day|
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|Autumn Term 2018||Mon 22nd – Fri 26th Oct||Friday 21st December
|Spring Term 2019||Mon18th – Fri 22nd Feb||Spring Term 2019|
|Summer Term 2019||Mon 27th – Fri 31st May||Mon 22nd July – Tues 23rdJuly||Friday 19th July|