‘Pirates of the Curry Bean’ – thank you to all of the children and the staff in years 5 & 6 for their fabulous performances. A tremendous amount of hard work went into creating all the scenery and props, and a lot of lines and songs were learnt. Well done to all.
Scarlet Fever – there have been 2 further cases of Scarlet Fever reported this week in Oak Class. For further information please see the NHS website:
Reports – the children’s end of year reports will be sent out via the classes next week, from Tuesday 12th July. Please check your child’s bag. If you do not receive your child’s report please let the Class Teacher know. Please return reply slips to the class teacher before the end of term.
West Wittering Whole School Trip – each child should have received a Barcoded ParentPay letter this week, with details of the trip on Monday 18th July. If you have not yet received it, please let the office know. Please make your payment either using the online ParentPay system or the Barcoded letter. If you have any issues regarding payment, please speak to a member of the office staff. Attached is a letter from Mrs Hunt regarding the school trip. If you have any further queries please let us know.
Open door Thursday – parents are welcome to come into school on Thursday 14th July from 2pm – 3.30pm onwards to have a look round their child’s classroom and see some of their work if they wish.
Judo – Thursday morning Iinkai Judo has now finished for the summer. The new sessions will start on Thursday 22nd September. Please see the registration form attached or collect a paper copy from the Foyer and send it to Iinkai Judo.
Elms Sports Camp – please see the flier regarding the Elm’s Multi-Sports Camp at Woodcote Primary School during the summer holidays: 25th July – 27th July, 1st Aug – 3rd Aug & 8th Aug – 10th Aug 2016.
Library Reading Challenge – children are being encouraged to sign up for ‘The Big Friendly Read’ – the Summer Reading Challenge 2016, at their local Library, Woodcote. The ‘Big Friendly Read’ challenges children aged from 4 to 11 to extend their reading experience over the long summer holiday, giving them access to our wide range of books. The theme is based on “invention, mischief and friendship”, all ideas which are explored in Roald Dahl’s most famous books.
Children can join FREE at any Library in Oxfordshire. They will need to visit a Library three times during the summer and read six books. As they read their books, each child will receive collector cards that make up a set to complete their folder. Each card features an original piece of Quentin Blake artwork from a classic Roald Dahl tale, as well as some fun activities on the reverse. Kids are going to love collecting these! These build to become a unique record of your child’s Summer Reading Challenge, and a great way to mark Dahl’s centenary.Woodcote Library will be running themed events throughout the summer holidays and we will make sure that we let you have our Summer Newsletter so you are kept informed of all that is going on here.
More information can be found on the Reading Agency website: http://readingagency.org.uk/children