Year 4 Cricket Tournament 26/04/2017

Year 4 will be attending a cricket tournament at Standard Cricket Club on Wednesday 26th April.

The tournament will take place during school time (10am-2pm) and therefore all children will need to bring a packed lunch to school. Also, please make sure that all children have their full outdoor PE kit with them, including trainers and some extra layers to keep them warm.

Many thanks!

Mr Marsh

Year Three Easter Homework

What a wonderful term it has been! Children worked brilliantly and so hard with lots of them smashing the targets expected of them. They have matured hugely and continued to do their parents and our school proud. Well done to all the children who participated in the mud run, make sure you collect that sponsorship money you all earned it. Thank you to those children who supported us, a brilliant way to end the term together.

A small note about the homework set, in addition to reading the books they have been given for over the break and the usual times tables practise. The children have also been tasked with creating a piece of work to do with the rainforest, children have a choice of 5 tasks they could complete. They only need to choose one if these.

We do ask that these tasks are completed to a standard equal to the expectation in school, any written work completed in pencil and to be handed in by the Wednesday of the first week back (26th April 2017).

I look forward to seeing all of your chosen homework projects.

Have a wonderful, blessed and peaceful Easter, thank you to all of the parents for your continued support.
See you in two weeks, refreshed and ready for the Summer Term xxxx

Dol-y-Moch Mile Sponsorship Money

We have received over £350 in sponsorship money so far. I will be sending it over to Dol-y-Moch after Easter, so you have until the first week back after the break to bring it into school. Thank you to everyone who has already sent it in, it is greatly appreciated!

Mud Run Update

Our 2nd mud run is nearly here and it looks set to be bigger and better than last year. We have mud pits, bench climbs, tyre runs, slip and slides, obstacle challenges and much much more. If your child hasn’t handed in their consent form then get it in to us before Friday morning so they can take part in this great day.

Teaching and Ironing

If you want your ironing doing Mr Marsh is currently taking orders. Drop your laundry off at 9am, pick up at 3pm. No job too big – all proceeds will go to Lenten charities.john

Cross Country Relay

Yesterday, 4 boys and 4 girls took part in the Catholic Cross Country Relay Competition at Bablake playing fields.

The girls were up first, we had Josie and Bridget from Year 3, Maisie from Year 4 and Martha from Year 6 representing our school. They all performed magnificently running around the mile long course finally finishing in a very respectable 8th position. This position was even more impressive considering we had most of our team from lower KS2 and they were running against Year 5 and 6 children – well done girls.

The boys were up next, this time it was Kai and Lorcan from Year 4 and Joshua and Ewan from Year 6 running. Having had a good team score in the individual race, hopes were high that the boys could get into a medal position. Ewan started the race and finished his lap in 4th place, this was maintained on the 2nd lap ran by Joshua. Kai ran the penultimate lap and managed to get the team into 3rd with a very impressive run. Finally Lorcan ran the last lap and as hard as he tried, although closing all the time on 2nd, finished his lap in 3rd and winning the team a bronze medal each. Superb effort from everyone – congratulations boys!

Good luck to all the girls running this Saturday in the Coventry Schools Cross Country, again at Bablake fields.