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Kids Kit and Kaboodle Sale 27.02.17

Please see attached which may be of interest to some of our families.

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Download this file (poster 18th march 2017.pdf)poster 18th march 2017.pdf

Y3 Viking Assembly Letter 17.02.17

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Download this file (y3 viking.pdf)Y3 Viking Assembly

Tamworth Castle Year 1 Visit 16.02.17

Please see attached for pics from our visit!

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Download this file (Tamworth Castle.pdf)Tamworth Castle.pdf

My Maths Parent Meeting Info 16.02.17

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Download this file (mymaths letter (1).pdf)mymaths letter (1).pdf

Forest School Blog 1R 16.02.17

I was very proud of 1R today. Their challenge was to create and build a mini castle from the natural resources around them. The children showed how they have really developed their independence this term. Off they all went and made lots of different mini castles. Some chose to work in groups, on their own or in a pair. They got completely stuck in and the resulting castles were very impressive. At break time, some children chose to stay and help make a bird hide for the whole school to use the following day. Despite the rain, the helpers worked with me to make an awesome bird hide. To finish off, 1R made some bird treat balls and hid them on the field to attract the birds. Well done 1R! 

Year 2 Club 16.02.17

We have 5 places left at our Glass Club which will be taking place on a Friday evening after school after half term.   Unfortunately we only have the 5 places remaining so we would ask that parents wanting to take up a place for their child return the signed slip to confirm their place to the front office on Friday morning.  Upon receipt we will confirm if your child has successfully accessed one of the remaining spaces by text.   Please see the letter attached below.   If any family (like Miss Parker) does not have a printer at home, pop into the office to get a paper copy this evening/first thing.     

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Download this file (Glass art club Mar 17.pdf)Glass art club Mar 17.pdf

Invitation to view castles! 16.02.17

As we have been inundated with the most amazing castles, Mrs Robb and Mrs Mayer would like to invite parents and families in to school at 3.15pm on Friday (entrance via the front school office) to look at the children's creations.  We are delighted with what the chidlren and their families have achieved and think it would be lovely to show them off collectively before children take them home. Thank you for your support! 

Out of School Local Cricket Provision 16.02.17

Clothing Donation Appeal 14.02.17

On Friday 3rd March we are working with one of our parents to support children who are fostered, looked after or in need by bringing in any items of clothing that are in good condition to fit from newborn babies to 16 year olds.  We would ask any donations are left on the ramp outside the front school office for collection and distribution by Mrs Sund, parent of Chloe (Y4) and Thalia (N).  We hope this is something some of our families are able to support! 

Green Fingered Nursery Children 14.02.17

Rosemary and Willow in Nursery had fun on a playdate looking at just how tall Willow's bean had grown.  The children have been enjoying traditional tales and in particular Jack And The Beanstalk! 

 

Super Dominic! 14.02.17

A big well done to Dominic T in 3HW for runninng a very long way with his big brother's football team this weekend to raise money!   Dominic did really well and his family and school friends are all very proud of him!

NSPCC Pants Campaign 14.02.17

Please see the information below which gives you the information that will be shared with children in school w/b 6th March 2017, as per letter attached entitled nspcc.pdf (also coming home in paper form). 

Parent Leaflet 

Video 

PANTS stands for:

• Privates are private.

• Always remember your body belongs to you.

• No means no.

• Talk about secrets that upset you.

• Speak up, someone can help. The assembly will introduce a range of ideas, all delivered in a way that’s fully age-appropriate, empowering pupils without using any frightening words.

We will discuss:

• good and bad touching (anything that makes chidlren feel uncomfortable, although a Dr may need to examine them if they are poorly which they may not find comfortable or enjoy but is necessary and safe etc )

• your child’s right to say no to things that make them feel upset or uncomfortable

• who your child can turn to if they ever feel upset or worried.

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Download this file (underwear-rule-resources--pants-presentation.pdf)Powerpoint to be used
Download this file (nspcc.pdf)nspcc.pdf

Year 1 Trip Reminders 13.02.17

A reminder that Year 1 will go off on their trip tomorrow to Tamworth Castle! As the weather is a bit damp, can we ask that all children wear suitable footwear (trainers or sensible walking shoes if you can please) as well as a warm coat and hats, gloves, scarves etc! If children can bring lunches in a carrier bag this means they can dispose of them there after lunch meaning they will be as comfortable as possible.   Thanks 

Fairtrade Friday and Penguin Bins 12.02.17

 

Children will come home this week with their voucher for a free Fairtrade banana or chocolate bar from the Co-Op. The children took our donations down to the store on Friday whilst also collecting our new penguin bins.   If any parents visit the store please also look out for the posters displayed created by our children in response to the School Council’s Litter campaign!  Thank you for your support in donating food for the needy!

 

Ice Skating at St Nics! 12.02.17

A big thank you to the ladies and gentlemen of the PTFA who helped set up, organise and run the Ice Skating sessions this weekend.  A lot of fun was had and we hope that those who came along found it enjoyable and worthwhile!  

Well done Macy - cheerleader! 12.02.17

 

Well done to talented cheerleader Macy who competed and won in Birmingham this weekend!

St Nics Vs Cherry Trees Match Report 10.02.17

St Nicholas vs Cherry Trees

All players played very well.

St Nicholas went 1-0 up with Jake Shore putting an early shot which went past the near post.

That first half flew by with St Nicholas leading 1-0.

After the first half Cherry Trees School scored and both teams were level.

Then a counter attack came for St Nicholas and Jake bombed one past the keeper to make it 2-1 to us.

Late in the second half Cherry Trees School scored a great goal.

You could tell by their faces both teams wanted to win.

Then Jake made a great tackle and scored. [3-2]

It could have been 4-2 but Seb Newton’s free kick,  went just past the post.

The game finished 3-2 but both teams worked very hard.

Referee Mr Mills, linesman 1 Alfie Mitchell, linesman 2 Isaac Giles and linesman 3 Thomas Kelly.

Cross Country 09.02.17

A big well done to all of our Cross Country runners this evening!   A big thank you also to the parents who came along to support and of course the team of staff that put the event on.   Medal place winners from St Nicholas were as follows:

Year 2 Boys Bronze Medal Ben Carey

Year 3 Boys Gold Medal Alex Woollaston

Year 3 Boys Silver Medal Oscar Jackson-Frost

Year 4 Boys Gold Medal Alfie Mitchell

Year 2 Girls Bronze Medal Freya Parkes

Year 3 Silver Medal Aimee Griffin

 

1st

St Nicholas CE First School, Codsall

12 points
2nd

Birches First School, Codsall

9 points
3rd St Benedict Biscop Primary School, Wombourne 6 points
4th

St Chad’s CE First School, Pattingham

5 points
5th

Perton Primary Academy

3 points

Scores have been calculated by awarding 3 points for a gold medal, 2 for a silver and 1 for a bronze. Well done once again to all who took part!

 

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