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Published by mrsthomas, 2019-07-12 09:27:22

12th JULY BJS Bulletin

12th JULY BJS Bulletin

“The potential possibilities of any child are the most
intriguing and stimulating in all creation.”
— Ray L. Wilbur, president of
Stanford University

B U L L E T I NThe weekly newsletter to keep you updated with the highlights of 12th July 2019

Headlinesthe school week

PoIinnttesroefst Dear Parents,
Well we have one week left to go and this has
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We finished last week with the BJS Sleepover at
Bilton Grange on Friday. It was amazing to be
able to stay in such a fabulous house and right
on our doorstep! We wanted to thank all the
children for their great manners and behaviour.
The staff at BG commented on their politeness.

This week SATs results are in and the children have done
really well. I am so proud of them as a
collective. Our most vulnerable children have also
excelled themselves this year. Children will be
bringing results home with their school reports and
I am sure Yr6 parents will be as proud as I am.
In fact everyone will receive report this Friday and I
have been privileged to read many of them ahead of
coming to you. It strikes me I am fortunate to be the
leader of this school. It is not hard with the
children and families I/we serve!

NacommeptehteitHioanr!e Year 6 also performed their show 'The Next Big Step'
tthHoeetlnhpeewuBs:Ja-Sn)dadfamitmieoilny this year. It is a play about moving on to secondary
school and being the best you can be. Throughout
the play they looked back with funny and fond
memories of BJS. They performed brilliantly and
again did us proud. They have the values of BJS
running through them even when they are dressed
in costumes!

Have a pleasant weekend and we will be back next
week with some important dates for the year coming
up for you to pop in your diary.

Many blessings,

Mrs Norton

Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV 22 6LB

[email protected]


Your child’s progress academically as well as socially is our shared priority

The Supreme Court recently reached a decision in the case of Platt v Isle of Wight Council which has clarified the
law on unauthorised leave, including holidays, during term time. The parents of children of compulsory school
age are required to ensure that they attend school on a regular basis. The Supreme Court has made clear that
attending school ‘regularly’ means that the children must attend school on every day that they are required to do
so. As such, the parents of any child who is absent from school without authorisation for any length of time are
likely to be considered as committing an offence under s444 of the Education Act 1996. Head Teachers retain the
ability to authorise leave in accordance with the Education (Pupil Registration) (England) Regulations 2006. When
considering such requests for a leave of absence, the school are obliged to act within the law. Head Teachers may
not grant any leave of absence during term time unless there are exceptional circumstances relating to the
application. If the leave is granted, head teachers are able to determine the number of school days a child can be
absent for.

It is for the Head Teacher to decide what is ‘exceptional’ and it is at their discretion if the circumstances warrant
the leave to be granted. The school can only consider Leave of Absence requests which are made by the ‘resident’
parent. Each application for a leave of absence will be considered on a case by case basis and on its own merits.
Where applications for leave of absence are made in advance and refused, the child will be required to be in
school on the dates set out in the application. If the child is absent during that period, it will be recorded as an
unauthorised absence, which may result in legal action being taken against the parent(s), by way of a Fixed
Penalty Notice. Failure to make an application for leave in advance can also result in a Fixed Penalty Notice being
issued to the parent(s). All matters of unauthorised absence relating to a Leave of Absence will be referred to the
Attendance, Compliance and Enforcement Service of Warwickshire County Council It is important to note, Fixed
Penalty Notices are issued to each parent of each absent child, (for example 2 children and 2 parents, means
each parent will receive 2 invoices in the amount of £120 each, totalling £240 for both children, this is reduced to
£60 per child if paid within 21 days). Where a Fixed Penalty Notice is not paid within the required timeframe as set
out on the notice, the matter will be referred to Warwickshire County Council’s Legal Services to consider
instigating criminal proceedings under S444 Education Act 1996. Fixed Penalty Notices are issued in accordance
with Warwickshire County Council’s Code of Conduct for Penalty Notices.

Warwickshire Primary School pupils recorded 29,703 half day sessions of absence due to holiday in the
Autumn/Spring term during the academic year 2017/18. This is an increase of 6,256 on the previous year.

Supporting the community Sporting Congratulations

Well done to our Year 5/6 tennis
team who represented us in the Level

3 tennis competition at Warwick
University. They did so well to get to

the Level 3 competition and have
represented the school superbly!

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

NoticesWarwickshire Local Welfare Summer Support
Scheme is open if your children were registered for
free school meals before 19th July 2019. Funds for
this scheme are limited and applications will be
considered on a first come first served basis.
Applications will be accepted between Monday
22nd July and Friday 30th August.
To apply please call us on 0800 408 1448
or 01926 359182.


Does anyone know of anyone who could run a
hockey and/or rugby after school club on a

Thursday? We will not be providing basket ball
after July and were looking to add hockey to our


Please contact Mrs Norton through the office.

Celebrations Top Table

Excellence awards

3ED Emily W for being helpful. Friendship 5SS Every week Mr. Wilson and
3ES Rollover. Austin T 5SS his team awards children for
3SV Well done to all who have brought in Zak M 5SS demonstrating our Christian
fantastic home learning. Max S 5SS values during lunch time,
Lowan M 5JE the nominated children get
4DB Joel H for a really positive week, Arjun H 3ED an invitation to join the top
including amazing art work and brilliant Aaryan B table on the Friday of that
quizzing with Mrs Gooch. week
4FM Logan D for excellent coordination
skills in PE. Punctuality
4AT Abel and Sybilla for their great focus
and effort in writing thank you letters. Well done to Chestnut and Sycamore Houses
this week who both recorded one late arrival
5JE Rollover
5AL Rollover each. Oak were just behind them with 3.
5SS Rollover Our individual award this week goes to Daniel
in 5AL for great attendance and time keeping
6JB Kryspin for being a super member of
BJS. over the year.
6CC The whole class for putting on an
excellent performance! We have one more week to go. Let's make sure
6KC All of 6KC for their hardwork with the is a perfect one for attendance and time
end of year production! keeping please!


Amazing art week last week,
culminating in our very own hare!

Enter our "name our hare" competition, complete the slip and
pop your entry into the box in the main school entrance!

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

FeaturesYear 5 are following the heartstart training (an
initiative run by the British Heart Foundation)
which teaches them to: recognise a heart attack
and a cardiac arrest, help an unconscious
person, perform CPR, help someone
choking, respond to serious bleeding. The
children have responded in a mature and very
positive way and have been eager to learn. Make
sure you ask the children about DRs ABC...

"At first I was a bit worried but now I know what
to do I feel more confident I even used my new

skills when a lady fell off her bike"

"So impressed with the fact that my daughter is
able and confident to perform first aid."

Year 5 had an amazing morning of athletics Rugby in Bloom
at Harris. There were over 400 children
there from local schools!

We were visited by Rugby in Bloom
on Wednesday. Now we wait for the

scores on the doors...

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

Activities and Events

Bilton C of E Junior School
July 13th 4.30pm - 6pm

Messy Church is a family friendly time full
of fun,food games and crafts. It is suitable

for all ages and ends with a time of fun
worship based on the theme of the day.

Hillmorton Football Club is looking into the potential of building on its
growth over the last couple of years by setting up some football

coaching specifically for girls. With the success of the Lionesses in the
recent World Cup, girl’s football has never been so popular. If there is
enough interest, weekly coaching sessions will be provided by qualified

coaches, with the intention of forming teams in the future to join
leagues. The club will also support anybody interested in becoming
involved in the coaching aspect of things. If you are interested in your
daughter attending or you would like to discuss in more detail, please

contact Rob Hope on 07748 903353.

Inspire ~ Challenge~ Achieve

Activities and Events

Cadbury World are committed to creating a welcoming
environment for all our visitors and are delighted to be able
to offer relaxed SEN Sessions for guests on selected dates and
times. These sessions are designed to be of benefit to visitors
who prefer a quieter and calmer experience, such as those

with autism or SEN needs.

• Friday 11th October - 2.40pm
• Sunday 13th October - 9.30am
• Sunday 10th November - 3.40pm

Bookings for these sessions must be made before 12pm on the
day prior to the event at the latest.

All bookings need to be made in advance by calling our
reservations team on 0121 393 6004. Payment needs to be

made at the time of booking.

22nd August

with Miss Jenny

Experienced dance teacher, worked at Sarah Cooke school of
Dance for 16 years

10am - 3pm

Dance, Drama, Games,Crafts

No dance experience necessary

A fun day and great way to learn a new skill and make new

Please phone or email for more information
[email protected] or 07887547262

Inspire ~ Challenge~ Achieve

Dates and Contact Details

The early May bank holiday in 2020 will move from
Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May to mark the 75th
anniversary of VE Day.
Warwickshire school term dates have been
updated to reflect this, with Monday 4 May 2020
now designated a normal school day. The revised
WCC calendar is available online as usual, here:

Fundraising Update Community businesses

Inspire ~ Challenge~ Achieve

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