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Published by mrsthomas, 2019-04-01 07:00:01



BJS Bulletin


Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV22 6LB 29TH MARCH 2019

BILTON C OF E Headlines
Dear All,
SPECIAL I am passionate about feedback as I feel it is one of the only
POINTS OF ways as a school we are going to continue to improve. We are
INTEREST: not the finished article and probably never will be, as that is
not the nature of education! I think I may have said before about a notice I once saw in a
UNICEF BAKE hairdressers many years ago. It read ' if we give you a bad haircut then tell us, if we give you a good
SALE haircut then tell others'.
It would really help us completing the following survey: Thank
you to all those who have done so already :-) Results will be in next week's bulletin.
It is completely anonymous so you can share your views. If you do want someone to contact you back
so we can help rectify any issues then please make sure you put your contact details on the survey.

The JLT would Something else I am really passionate about is learning more about the brain
like to run a bake and how and why we react in the way that we do. On Wednesday, we
shared the following with the children in assembly as part of our Service
sale on the last value. We linked it to how we can be understanding of other people and
day of term. their emotions. It is a super little clip :-)

If you would like to
donate items for the
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bring them in on
Friday 12th April. Easter Services
We are looking for
cakes/biscuits and We would really like to invite you to our Easter Services at St Marks. Yr
other yummy things. 3 and 5 will be heading to church for a 10 o'clock service, leaving at
Thanks in advance. 9:30 from School and Yr4 and 6 will be leaving at 1:30p.m. for a service
at 2p.m on Tuesday 9th April 2019. If you are available to walk with us
then please let the office know. 5SS are helping us out with some
Easter drama :-)

Kind Regards
Mrs Norton

I have the freedom and choice to be ambitious for my future

Cross Country Team Results

On the 23rd March 4 BJS children ran the primary schools
cross country final for the eastern area. There were 4 areas in
total, all having 20 runners.

What a day for our children to run, it was perfect conditions
for a cross country, all our children ran their little hearts out
and all came in the top half of the pack of runners.

Results were: 19th, 30th, 33rd and 52nd place.

Well done to all, some great results for Owen S, Logan W-S, Finlay T and Maddie E

Art Competition!

Did you know that it is 500 years since Leonardo da Vinci’s death?
Since he was one of the greatest artists known, Mrs McKee is holding an
Art competition.

Submit a re-interpretation of the painting, The Mona Lisa
Hand in: Friday 3rd May to Mrs McKee in 4FM
***50p entry fee. Prizes available for winners!***
(Early entries will not be accepted due to space and please do not fold or
roll artwork)

• You can use any medium, e.g. paint, pencil, pastel, collage…
• It must be A4 or A3 size only.
• It must be all your own work, although an adult at home can offer advice and support.
• Submit the artwork paper-clipped to this sheet along with your 50p, and, using no more than

200 words, write an explanation about your piece to include information such as: Why have
you interpreted it this way? What steps/techniques and materials did you use? How does
your finished piece of artwork make you feel? Why? Do you think Da Vinci would like this
piece of artwork? Why/why not?

Take a copy of the submission form from your teacher if you wish to participate.
~Enjoy the creative process!~

Good luck to our BJS
Swimmers who will be
representing the school this


Excellence Awards Punctuality

3SV—Megan S for hard work and great ideas in Well done to Oak House along with years 3 & 5 this week
English who all got the school on time and so received leaves for
3ED—Charlie C for hard work and perseverance
in everything he does their houses and the Golden Pocket Watch Award.
3ES—Sandra P for trying her best all week and Our individual award this week goes to Francis in year 4 for
impressing staff members
4AT—Danny M for consistent effort in all consistently great attendance!
4FM—Sophie H for handwriting and Top Table Every week
presentation—well done! Mr. Wilson and his team awards
4DB—Isabel S for making a fabulous start to her Service children for demonstrating our
new class Evie S 5JE Christian values during lunch
5JE—Evie S for always working hard and time, the nominated children
contributing in class discussions Constance M 5JE get an invitation to join the top
5SS—Orla H for her superb Ukulele playing— Alicia M 4FM table on the Friday of that week
5AL—Millie H for being an independent learner, Responsibility
being ambitious for her future Joe D 5JE
6JB—Jayden M for a fantastic newspaper report
about a tsunami Wisdom
6CC—Evie J for being a supportive talk partner Ewan H 5SS
6KC—Pryia T for great effort all round

Sameera K 3ED

Red Box Project

This is a national project which we are
pleased to be involved with.
The charity provides menstrual
products to young people and families in
See more information

If you or your children
need products please feel free to
take what you need from the box
in the front entrance of school.
Alternatively children or parents
may wish to speak with
Mrs Thomas or Mrs Hodgson.

If you are engaged in the 40 acts for Lent then you might like to know the challenges for the week ahead:
Saturday 30.3.19 Give someone a compliment
Monday 1.4.19 Be first to say sorry

Tuesday 2.4.19 Try to find out about what life is like for children in a poorer country
Wednesday 3.4.19 Be brave by trying something new that you find hard
Thursday 4.4.19 Hold the door open for someone
Friday 5.4.19 Say a nice thing about someone to someone else

As part of Wasps' mission for every child to experience a live rugby match, the
Club welcome all under 10s to their home fixtures at Ricoh Arena for FREE!

You can now purchase tickets to the
following Wasps home games:

 Wasps v Worcester Warriors: Saturday 6 April - kick-off 3pm
 Wasps v Saracens: Saturday 27 April - kick-off 4.30pm
 Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone or at the Ticket Office.

Easter Holiday Course Easter Holidays FDS Football Development Service—
23rd—26th April 9am to 3pm and May Half Easter Holidays @BJS
Term holiday
£12 a day at Abbots Farm Infant School childcare FDS are running at BJS over the Eater
Visit: Holidays (excluding Good Friday and At Lawrence Sheriff School, wrap Eater Monday)
Or contact 07792 659978 around care available 8.30am to 5pm
Visit: For information contact
Or 07807 596637 [email protected]

PTA NEWS School—Diary Dates

[email protected] 2018/2019

Dates for your Diaries:  School Closes Friday 12 April
2019 at 3.30pm
 Wednesday 10th
April—Easter Egg  School Opens Monday 29 April
Competition 2019

 Friday 7th June—  Monday 6th May 2019—School
Family Bingo Closed Bank Holiday

 Saturday 22nd June—  Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May
Summer Fayre
2019—Half Term
NEXT PTA Meeting—
Tuesday 14th May @  Monday 3 June 2019—Teacher
school, 7pm all welcome Training Day

 School closes Thursday 18 July
2019 at 3.30pm

 Fri 19 July & Mon 22 July -
Teacher training

 Monday 2nd September 2019—
Teacher training

 Monday 28th October to 1st
November—half term

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