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Published by mrsthomas, 2018-02-09 06:59:52

09.02.2018

09.02.2018

BJS Bulletin

BILTON C OF E JUNIOR SCHOOL

Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV 22 6LB 9TH FEBRUARY 2018

BILTON C F E Headlines
JUNIOR SCHOOL
Thank you to those of you who responded to the survey link I gave last week. It was immensely
SPECIAL positive with 100% parents saying their child is happy at BJS, makes good progress here, well looked
POINTS OF after here and taught well. 100% also believe the school is led and managed well, that we respond to
INTEREST: concerns and recommends us to other parents. I am glad you love this school as much as I do. Thank
you.
PTA
SCHOOL If you wish to complete the survey and have not done so already then please follow the link:
DISCO
TONIGHT https://kwiksurveys.com/s/AjFJm0Kb
- Friday
There were lots of positive comments too. You said:
9th
February " The variety of learning opportunities offered to children via interesting, interactive lessons, clubs and trips is
brilliant. The staff that I have met have all been very passionate about what they do and caring towards the
Join BJS on children".
facebook and
"BJS is a brilliant school. My child is thriving and thoroughly enjoying his time with you. Keep up the good
twitter : work".

www.facebook.co "Every concern I have ever raised has been dealt with efficiently, sensitively and to the best of staff capabilities.
m/BiltonCofEJNR I could not ask for a more caring leadership team".

@BiltonCofEJNR I also welcomed the suggestions of how we can improve. We apologise for amount of text
messages and will try to send only those which hold essential information. We try to give as
much advance info about non uniform and discos in the bulletin and via Facebook and Twitter.

If you need to talk to a teacher please ask at the office and they will get the teacher to give you a ring
back. Most teachers are available at the end of the day if it something that is really urgent and needs
attention. Pop up to the office if you are able at the end of the day. I am sure teachers prefer face to
face chats as well as parents.

I take your point about assemblies and offering more opportunity for parents to come in to see what
children have been up to. I will have a think about how logistically this can be done. Currently year
groups are trying to give opportunity to share work through galleries at the end of a topic or some
other way of inviting you in.

Challenging able pupils should be done as a matter of course. We follow a 'Mastery style' curriculum
where children are encouraged to ask questions and think deeply about problems. This is not
necessarily completing pages and pages of sums but being able to explain themselves and their thinking
in different contexts. We of course value your opinion and you are welcome to discuss challenge with
your child's class teacher.

Thanks again,

Mrs Norton

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

It can take Big Battery Hunt
batteries 100
years to Help your child to collect as many used batteries (of the types AAA, AA, C and D) as you can and
decompose! add them to your Battery Recycling Box.

Please bring batteries into school for Mrs. Thompson. Remember to return your competition slip
for a chance to win some great prizes, if you need a copy please let the school office know. The
recycling battery challenge is running all term.

Punctuality

Well done to Sycamore House who won the Time Keeper's Award with
only 3 late marks this week.
Oak House recorded 6 and Chestnut recorded 9 late arrivals.
We do understand that this week you many have had to deal with frozen
windscreens and the various sets of traffic lights around town as our
staff experience the same challenges however, please make sure your child is
in school by 8.50am when our staff are ready to start teaching them.

Safer
Internet
Day—Useful
information
for parents
and carers

Excellence
Awards

This week’s Excellence Awards were Gabby, Erin, Elspeth, Brooke and Daisy with a lucky dip
presented to the following children raised £16.33 for the Air ambulance :-) Thanks Girls :-)

during Thursday’s assembly: Lunch Time Top Table Every week Mrs.
Reeves-Brown
3SV—roll over SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY FRIENDSHIP and her team
Maia H—3ED Finley W—4DB Daisy S - 4DB awards children
3FS—Charlie O for a fantastic attitude Alice S—3SV Adam N—4DB Julia F—4DB for
to learning—well done! GENEROSITY Laura O—4DB demonstrating
PEACE Finlay R - 6AL Holly D-W—4DB our Christian
3ED—Maisie P for consistent hard work Joel H—3SF Daniel H - 6AL Amy G—4DB values during
and always being ready to learn lunch time, the
nominated
4DB—Lena K for always trying her best children get an
despite sometimes finding things invitation to join
difficult the top table on
the Friday of
4BR—Hanaa Y for being a mature and that week.
hardworking class member
Bake Sale—Friday BJS lead up to Lent (Easter)
4AT—Harriet H for her superb newspa- 16th February
per report On Wednesday next week we
Some children in 6AL are will be starting LENT—40 days,
5JE—Sophie C for being an all round organising a Bake Sale for Friday 40 reflections, 40 challenges
superstar 16 February. If you would like to to make a difference that link
bake for the sale then they are to our British Values
5SS—Harry R for his super ‘Soweto looking for donations of flapjack,
newspaper article’ cookies, cup cakes and rice
crispy cakes :-)
5JB—Ivy F for persevering with a pro-
tractor to draw angle, you’ve got it—
well done!

6AL—Elyssa D for making a real effort
this week to focus on her learning in
class

6CC—Kamil R for an excellent effort
with his writing—Well Done!

6KC—Lily D for always making the right
choice

Inspire Challenge Achieve

Parking / Drop Off on the zig zag lines

For the safety of all please can we remind parents/ carers not to stop outside school on the zig zag lines.

To the owner of the vehicle with the registration BK14 AVU please can we ask you not to drop your child off on the zig zag lines, thank

you for your co-operation.

No access to the school car park before 5pm, unless prior agreement has been obtained. We Have Many Children
But None to Spare

Please Drive Carefully

School Information School—Diary Dates

 School gates open at 8.30am, doors open at 8.40am 2017/2018
 School starts at 8.50a.m - Any child arriving after this time is late and
Monday 19th February to 23rd February 2018—
will be marked as such. Half term
 School finishes at 3.30p.m
 If your child is ill and going to be absent please either telephone us on 01788 810675 (you Friday 30th March 2018 to 13th April 2018—Easter
Holiday
can leave a voice mail if the office is closed or busy) or email us
on [email protected] Monday 7th May 2018—School Closed Bank
 If you feel you need to meet with a teacher face to face please email the school office Holiday
[email protected]
 If you need to talk with a teacher over the phone or have a general enquiry for them Friday 25th May 2018—Teacher Training Day
please email [email protected] Our teachers are busy with your children in
the classrooms all day however they will get back to you as soon as possible. Monday 28th May to 1st June 2018—Half Term
 If you would like to share concerns or contact Mrs Hodgson our Home/School
Support worker, please call the office, pop into school or email her directly Friday 20th July 2018—Teacher training Day
on [email protected]

Inspire Challenge Achieve


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