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Published by mrsthomas, 2016-10-21 04:10:49

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21ST OCT 2016


Braiswick Dear All,
company will be I can't quite believe how quickly this half term has gone. Blink and you will have missed it!
taking individual
A big 'thanks' goes out to all of Year 4 for their year group assembly this week. Thanks too, to
photos of parents/carers who attended. I found out about organic food, the Foodbank, where our food comes
pupils on from and much much more. After the feedback that came out from parents relating to getting in to
Thursday school more, we will be having events for every year group in the near future so you can see what
morning your children have been up to.
3 November.
Thanks Another big thanks goes out to Mrs Thompson and many members of 6AL who helped staff with
some training this week. Approximately twenty five children stayed behind after school on
Inspire Wednesday evening so Mrs Thompson could lead a demo lesson on 'Mastery' in maths. Children
were engaged in learning about fractions to a very deep level, using diagrams and other equipment
Challenge to help. We are going to be offering some parent workshops about the subject of mastery and the
way we are teaching your children next half term. Please look out for them as they will be invaluable
for you to understand how your children are being taught.

Friday this week sees our 'RE' based THURSDAY 3rd
theme day for the children. We are NOVEMBER
looking at the theme of 'Saints'. Each class
will be looking at the life of a particular
Saint. The Saints chosen range from our
Patron Saints to more recent people such
as Mother Theresa and Maximilian Kolbe.
Please ask your children about their day.

Have a wonderful half term and I look
forward to seeing you at our annual
firework display on Thursday 3rd
November, organised by the PTA's of BJS,
Bawnmore Infants and Bilton Infants.

Mrs Norton


Lunch Time Top Table Every week Mrs. Punctuality
WISDOM RESPONSIBILITY awards children Thank you to everyone for the improved punctuality this
Hope J - 5FM Evelyn J - 4JE for demonstrating week!
Molly S - 5FM Callum N - 4JE our Christian
Ellen G - 5FM values during Sycamore and Oak achieved the Time Keeper's Award this
GENEROSITY SERVICE lunch time, the week with 4 late marks each. (All of Sycamore's came from
Nathan J - 5SS Lucy H - 5SS nominated
Mackenzie H - 5SS Alfie O - 5FM children get an 5FM).
Finlay C - 5SS Finley W - 3AT invitation to join
FRIENDSHIP the top table on Well done to 3FR, 4BY, 4SV, 6CC & 6KC who all recorded per-
Brody C - 6KC the Friday of that fect time keeping.

Excellence Awards School Kitchen—Vacancy at BJS
There is a job vacancy available in the school kitchen.,
This week’s Excellence Awards were presented to the following hours are 2-3 hours per day.
children during Thursday’s assembly: For more information please call 07920071114 or call
the school on 810675 and ask to speak with Sue in the
3AT—Zaydan H for high quality and extensive homework on kitchens.
transport Thank you

3FR—Sayf A for working so hard at all times FDS after school football starts Monday 31 October &
Tuesday 1 November letters were sent to class yesterday,
3ED—Grace McC for always working hard and trying her best spares can be picked up from the office.

4SV—Kayden E and Priya T for being spotted during the Explore Please ensure your child has a named water
Learning session working really hard bottle in school everyday.
Please only send in water—no juice.
4BY—Liam F—sensible, polite, hardworking at all times Thank you

4JE—Maks P—worked very hard in all subjects this week

5FM—Rowan L for a magnificent model and photos of pro-
cess—made for home learning

5BG—Rihanna L for always showing a positive attitude and be-
ing an excellent role model to all

5SS—Grace F for producing and presenting her topic work
beautifully and to the best of her ability

6AL—India H for always producing high quality work and being
a competent student

6CC—Noah H for a fantastic and well researched WW1 diary

6KC—Carys N—for always making a fantastic effort in any tak

French—Daisy B (6AL)) for consistently excellent effort and an
outstanding piece of writing about newspapers , films and

Rugby Tournament at Harris

On Tuesday 18th October 2016, 13 lucky students got chosen to play rugby for BJS at Harris.
The team was made up of the follow: Logan, Will, Alfie, Charlie, Madi , Owen, Dylan, Lily,
Casey, Toby , Gabby , Holly and Shayni . We split into two teams, one team was the Bilton
Bees and they drew 3, lost 2 and won 5. The Bilton Buffalos drew 0, lost 0 and won 10.

Wasps were there to support and young leaders, from Harris, were there as referees. It was
a really enjoyable day! By Alfie and Charlie Year 4

PTA NEWS [email protected]

We hope you will support your PTA in the following events, please pop them
in the diary so you don’t miss out on all the fun.

Thursday 3rd November 2016 Fireworks

Friday 18th November 2016 School Disco

Saturday 26th November 2016 Christmas Fayre

Friday 27th January 2017 School Disco

Friday 10th February 2017 Quiz Night

Friday 31st March 2017 Family Bingo Night

Friday 12th May 2017 School Disco

Friday 30th June 2017 Summer BBQ/Talent Show

Friday 14th July 2017 Leavers Disco

Warwickshire County Caterers

The price of a school meal for Junior School pupils will be £2.10 per day during the last half of the Autumn Term.

School opens on Monday 31 October and the cost of meals is estimated as follows:-

5 day week £10.50 New Dinner menu
attached to the bulletin
1/2 term payment (35 days) £73.50

(Monday 31 October– Friday16 December 2016 incl)

May we remind parents that 48 hours written notice or, Friday for Monday, is required if children wish to change from school

meals to sandwiches or vice versa.

There is a new menu starting on Monday 7 November copies on back of letters sent out this week, spares in

Inspire Challenge Achieve

Community News

Something for the community. Can you sometimes be a couch potato
now the colder months are drawing in? Don’t be! From teens to retired,
come Join us at the Dunchurch WI Hall and work that body! Fitness to
popular and current dance music with that all important, motivational
‘sociability quotient’. Weekly, starting from Sunday 6th Nov, 10.30 am.
£3.50 pp, or block book six classes at £18. For more information or to
reserve a place on the 6th, email, [email protected] or via FB
page, Rhythmic Move-it. I look forward to seeing you there.

Princethorpe College

If you love to sing, come along to Princethorpe College Year 5 and 6
Choral Fun Day! A day of free musical activities, singing tuition and
team-building skills ending with a gala performance.

Saturday 12 November 2016, 9.00 am—4.30pm

For more information please contact Helen Morgan on 01926 634262 or
email [email protected]

Please note the dates are incorrect of The Taking The Reins flyer but the days/activities are correct

School—Diary Dates

Monday 24th October - 28th October 2016—half
term week

Friday 16th December 2016—school closes at

Wednesday 4th January 2017- School opens

Monday 20th February to Friday 24th February
2017 —Half Term

Friday 7th April 2017—School closes 3.30pm for the
Easter break

Monday 24th April 2017—School opens

Monday 1st May 2017—Bank Holiday—School

Friday 26th May 2017—Teacher Training Day—
School closed

Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June—Half Term

Thursday 20th July—School closes at 3.30pm

Friday 21st July—Teacher
Training day

School email addresses:
To report your child
absent please use:
[email protected]
To arrange an appointment to see your child’s
class teacher use:
[email protected]
To get a message passed onto your child’s class
teacher use: [email protected]

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