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12.01.2018 (1)

12.01.2018 (1)

BJS Bulletin


Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV 22 6LB 12TH JANUARY 2018

BILTON C F E Headlines
Hello Everyone and a very As for the rest of us it is open invitation for you to join
SPECIAL Happy New Year! I hope you business as usual! me there. The service is at
POINTS OF have has a very good rest and a Friday was a very exciting day 10a.m. and you will be most
INTEREST: chance to eat lots of good for us. We were joined by welcome.
things over the holiday. I hope, Harris CofE Academy as part of
Parent Evenings too, that 2018 is all you need it a pilgrimage with the Cross of I am very much looking forward
to be! Nails to commemorate the end to the rest of the term as we
29th and 31st January We came back with a bang on of the first world war in 1918. are busy as usual. Look out for
2018 Monday...Yr 4 launched their PTA events coming up including
'Crime and Punishment' topic to The cross is making its way Family Bingo and a Quiz Night
Please book your find our very own crime scene across the Coventry Diocese for parents. We are hoping to
appointment online here at BJS! Children over the next 9 months. Have a put on some parent workshops
investigated the incident fully look at our Facebook page for to help you to know about
and have created some written more photos of the assembly. some of the aspects of what
reports about the alleged theft! I am taking the Cross of Nails to your children are learning.
St Mark's Church on Sunday and Parents Evenings are coming up
BJS crime scene! telling the story. There is an too on 29th and 31st January .
Please follow the link for

/ We encourage you to bring
your children along and see
what they have been learning
and where they currently are in
terms of their academic

Value of the Half Term—Peace

In a world full of unrest and difficult times and forward to hearing the
often unhappiness it seams situations and also ordinary children tell me about your
difficult to find peace. As a people who can teach us conversations.
school our values are very about peace. Please find five
important to us and this minutes or maybe over a
half term we are talking meal with your family to
with the children about talk to them about where
Peace. We are thinking they can find peace? What
about influential people who do they do to help bring
have tried to bring peace in peace to situations? I look

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

Parent Partnership Forum (PPF)

We have our next Parent Partnership Forum meeting on Monday 22nd January in school. Our focus this
term will be 'Parking'. I have invited local councilors and some local residents to come and chat with us.
If you have any relevant comments then please let your PPF Rep. know the email addresses are below:

Parent Class Email address
Jing Ho 3SV [email protected]
Kev Timms 3FS [email protected]
Emma Pearce 3ED [email protected]
Jessica Delaney 4DB [email protected]
Pam Davey 4BR [email protected]
Nicola Beauchamp 4AT [email protected]
Sarah Vigus 5JE [email protected]
Vicky Shaw 5JB [email protected]
Blanke Gal 5SS [email protected]
Julie Monk 6AL [email protected]
Lynsey Smith 6KC [email protected]
Karen Farmer 6CC [email protected]
Claire Brinkley SEND [email protected]


Well Done to Well done to Oak House who got the new year off to a great start
pupils in Oak recording only 3 late marks! (All those late arrivals were in 4AT)
House—keep up
your good time 3SV, 5SS and 6AL all recorded 0 late marks setting a great example to the rest of school so thank
you and well done to them.
Chestnut and Sycamore both recorded 8 late marks each so we have seen an improvement on the
last couple of weeks of Autumn term, however we feel sure that Oak and Sycamore can do as well as
Oak have this week!

Educaterers School Meals

The price of a school meal for Junior School pupils will be £2.20 per day during the first half of the
Spring Term and the cost of meals is estimated as follows:-

Please pay 5 day week £11.00
online using
1/2 term payment (30 days) £66.00
Thank you (Monday 8 January 2018 – Friday 16 February 2018 incl)

Please ensure that payment for school meals is made on the first day the child requires a meal, as we
do not wish to upset children by repeatedly asking them for payment. The option to
pay online using our Agora payment system is the preferred option & is possible after you have
requested details from the office who will give you a registration code which will enable you to make
payments online.

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. You will be charged for meals
booked where no written notice has been given.

Excellence Awards

This week’s Excellence Awards were presented to the following children during Thursday’s assembly:

3SV—Kalonice S for excellent 3FS—Shay M for working hard 5JE—Owen S for a positive 6AL—Tevez L-S for putting a
note taking in English and for putting a huge effort into attitude towards all his learning in really good effort into his
his home learning school maths learning

3ED—Logan D for a positive 5SS—Amelie B for her ‘sunny’ 6CC—Kalvin G for a
attitude to all his work attitude to all she does—nothing positive start to the new
is ever too much for her to do term
4DB—Peter R for a really positive and she gives her all to everything
attitude on the first week back she does 6KC—Ellen G for producing
an excellent Christmas
4BR—Nicole B-W for some 5JB—Owen W for making Truce poem
thoughtful questions and relevant and valuable
contributions to our new topic contributions to class discussions

Lunch Time Top Table Every week Mrs. Letters sent home from school
SERVICE COMPASSION and her team If you receive a text to say your
James D—3SV awards children child is bringing a letter home but
Harrison B—3SV Emreet S—6KC for no letter is given to you, please ask
Savannah H—3SV Myia D—6KC demonstrating your child for it and check their
Charlotte P—3SV Todd C—6CC our Christian bags. If the letter cannot be located please
Lottie R—3SV Harry D—4BR values during contact us and let us know as we have been
NO OUTSIDERS lunch time, the made aware that some correspondence is
Hope J—6KC nominated 'disappearing' between school and home!
Josh H—6KC children get an
Charlie R—6KC invitation to join Thank you to Harriet H
the top table on
the Friday of Harriet H raised £25.67 for the Air
that week. Ambulance, by working really hard at asking
children to guess how many
sweets were in the jar. Thanks
you Harriet :-)

What a great first week back at school…….

Gymnastic balancing Coding in Year 4

Thinking about how things work in
Year 5

Findingmouetaal ibnoYuetaarb3alance Packing a suitcase in Year 6

Parking outside school

To the owner of the vehicle with the registration GV06 TYB
please can we ask you to be more considerate when mounting
the curb outside school. You have been reported to the school on
a few occasions, please do not mount the curb with speed, thank
you for your cooperation.

No parking on the school site

Please can we remind you not to park in the school car park
before 5pm, thank you.

We Have Many Children
But None to Spare

Please Drive Carefully

If you love to sing, come along to the Princethorpe Supporting Parents & Carers: Learning more
College Year 5 Choral Fun Day! A day of free about ADHD

musical activities, singing tuition and team-building skills FREE workshop on Saturday 10th February at Avon Park School,
ending with a gala performance. St Johns Avenue, Rugby, CV22 5HR

Saturday 27 January 2018 The day will be delivered by the ADHD Foundation and is aimed at
developing parents understanding of ADHD and their child’s be-
9.00am—4.30pm haviours. Topics covered:

For more information please contact: Helen Morgan on 01926 634262  What is ADHD and dispelling myths
or email [email protected]
 The impact on learning, achievement and behaviour

 Working with school staff and other providers

Places are limited so to find out further information or to book
please contact Clare or Rukiya on [email protected]
or 015395 66081

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
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]

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