Who won our reading challenge prize draw?

This morning we did our F2 and KS1 reading challenge end of year prize draw.  Well done to Jacob for 1st place, Amber for 2nd place and Ryan for 3rd place.  We also had 12 lucky winners of sweets!

Have a fantastic summer and make sure you keep on reading!

Mrs Jackson

 

F2 and KS1 celebrations in assembly

Well done to our house point winners this week.  You have all worked really hard to impress the grownups at Green Top over the last week.

We are also really proud of our final gold reading award winners this year.  We hope you enjoy reading your new book prizes at home.

Some fantastic out of school achievements this week.  The Y1 footballers played amazingly well in their tournament this weekend winning medals and a trophy.  Well done to Theo for saving all the penalties and becoming man of the match.  It was lovely to hear about Ruby’s successes in swimming and the adventures she is having going open water swimming!

The KS1 Team

Thank you to all who attended our EYFS product launch this morning.

I was overwhelmed by the support!

To see 120 children and their families hunting for the alphabet around the park was one of my personal career highlights. The whole event was beautiful.

Here are a couple of photos I took today. The rest will be uploaded to the class blogs.

Ice Cream Treat

We were very lucky today to have an ice cream van visit our school! Thank you Mrs Salter for our special treat! We have had such a great day today and we are very excited for our product launch in the park tomorrow morning. Please come and join us if you can. Parents please meet us at the classroom doors at 9.40. Everyone welcome to join us at the bandstand at 10 am!

Please copy and paste the link below to see more photographs of Class 3 enjoying their ice cream!

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1QePLyvRVMbLwiwgUc_PfSB131SPxSCRW?usp=sharing

Goodbye Baby Paisley!

F2 would like to say a HUGE thank you to ‘Baby Paisley’ and her mum Sammy for visiting the children throughout the year. Paisley may only be small but she was a great ‘tiny teacher’ who has taught the children all about being empathetic towards others. We have loved observing Paisley grow throughout the year and see her develop new skills. We will miss you Paisley!

Out of school achievements in F2 and KS1

Well done to everyone who brought their certificates, medals and trophies in today to share in our assembly.  We always love to hear about the activities and clubs you go to and we are so proud to celebrate with you.  This week we had dancers, swimmers and football players.  Well done to you all!

It was great to hear from the boys football coach about their amazing and much improved football skills.  Congratulations on coming runners up in your tournament at the weekend.  You should be very proud of coming 2nd out of 12 teams.   Keep up the hard work I am sure you will do so well when the season starts.