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Published by mrsthomas, 2018-06-29 07:07:37

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BJS Bulletin


BILTON C F E Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV 22 6LB
POINTS What a scorcher this week has been and the lovely weather is set to stay with us I believe.
OF IN- You wait as soon as 20th July the weather will change...I do hope not!
Thank you to all of you who came and supported the PTA and school on Friday for the 'Get
Join us for: Together'. It was wonderful to see so many people here to take part in the talent show, especially.
The Road Thank you too for the 'BJS Bake off' entries. There were some amazing creations from both parents
Less Trav- and children alike. Next year I think we will have to have a staff category.
Friday 6th Thank you to all of those who came and enjoyed the annual Sports Day with us. Again the sun shone
down and made it a great sporting event. There has been so many people who have come forward
July praising us for making it such an inclusive event where everyone can take part. I know a few of you
have made comments that you wanted to see a 'traditional' Sports Day with races and there is a place
for that as children are regularly selected for Athletic events as part of Rugby Schools Sports. A special
Thank You to Mr Evans and Mr Cantillon for organising our Sports extravaganza as it involved
everyone and encouraged team building skills and a wonderful sense of community.

Year 6 have been involved in careers week where we have been inviting parents in to school to talk
about their professions. It has really engaged the children and along with our mission statement, they
are being ambitious for their futures by thinking of all the different careers that they may enter into
later on in life.

What’s to look forward to I hear you ask? Coming up is our 'Life Less Travelled' Art exhibition here
in school on Friday 6th July from 6-8.30p.m. Please come and join us and celebrate the art work
that children have been creating inspired by artists who live with challenging circumstances.

I am not sure I say it enough but I am so grateful to be leading a school where we have such support
from parents, carers and staff. Thank you.

Mrs Norton

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

Punctuality Great improvement see this week
with only 5 children in school being
late this week! Wednesday 1st August
Oak House won the Time Keeper's
Award with 2 late marks and year 3 Mad Science - Fire
got the Golden Pocket Watch and Ice
Award for perfect time keeping
across the year group. Children will be dazzled and entertained as
This week's individual reward goes they interact with our Mad Scientists!
to Esme E in 5JB for improved time
keeping! Dry ice storms, giant floating balls and a
special Mad Science “burp” potion to thrill
Summer Games and amaze, as children learn about chemical
2018 reactions, air pressure and the states of

Show Times 10am and 1.30pm

Tickets £5, £8 including Slime Making

Adults and Under 3’s Free
For bookings visit
or call 01788 533719

Excellence Awards Baginton Lions Junior FC—New Season 2018/19

This week’s Excellence Awards were presented to Coaching on Saturday mornings 10-11am at Millenium Field
the following children during Thursday’s assembly: Baginton CV8 3AR

3ED—Ravneet K for consistent hard work Register at: or email
[email protected]

3FS—Sara B for her focus and hard work in all lessons

3SV—Annabelle O’B for being kind and considerate to

4AT—Loannis for his hard work in all subjects

4BR—Oliver P for working hard in his assessments At The Tiffins Company Cookery School our aim is for your child to
4DB—Axel M-H for being a patient and kind friend enjoy creating, exploring, learning and trying new healthy foods.

5JE—All of 5JE for helping to run Year 2/3 sports Our next classes are:
morning last week July 7th 10:00am-12:00pm - Ages 5-8
July 14th 10:00am-12:00pm - Ages 9-12
5SS—Roll over

5JB—Roll over July’s Cooking Classes
6AL—Roll over Bolognese with Rainbow Spaghetti
6CC—Chandu G for a consistently positive and Chocolate Brownie Balls
hardworking attitude across all subjects
6KC—Oscar W for involvement in careers week All vegan, gluten free and dairy free
For more information and prices please visit our website, contact us
[email protected] or find us on Facebook

We also make and sell Luxury Healthy Treat Boxes. All our products are
vegan, gluten free and dairy free and we also have Treat Boxes
that are keto and diabetic friendly. We also have family variety boxes
which are a great way to enjoy healthy and delicious treats as a family.
Have a look at our website for more details or visit our Facebook page to see our

Lawrence Sheriff Consultation— Lunch Time Top Table Every week Mrs.
Proposed Expansion Reeves-Brown

Public Consultation 18 June 2018 to 31 August 2018 RESPONSIBILITY SERVICE and her team
awards children
Lawrence Sheriff is looking to provide an
additional 30 places a year, from 2021. Sayf A - 4BR Austin T - 4AT for
Caoimhe H - 4AT Annabelle O'B -3SV demonstrating
Please visit their website or contact Lawrence Sheriff Kunal - 4BR Eve F - 3SV our Christian
for more information. values during
lunch time, the nominated

Or 01788 843700 The 6 children who receive an invite will be asked to bring children get an
invitation to join
Please complete the questionnaire relating to the
proposal which is available on another pupil to accompany them. We want to encourage the the top table on
children to ask someone who has never been invited to the top the Friday of
table in the past. This can be either a usual friend or someone that week.

in their class or year group they do not usually play with at


RugbyFest 2018

On Saturday 25th August this year Newbold on Avon RFC will be hosting RugbyFest2018 and we would
like to invite your school to become involved and spread the word. It is very important that as many
families and children from the Rugby Area get to experience this fantastic event.

We have therefore decided to offer you an offer for standard entry tickets as a parent in a school
associated the Harris CofE Academy School Sports Partnership.

Tickets can be purchased on a 3 for £10 basis for standard entry tickets via email to [email protected] prior to the school term
ending on 20th July 2018.

The event will be a celebration of rugby and rugby clubs. There will be a Vets 7s tournament, touch rugby, three senior games, rugby
related fun activities, food, entertainment and many other activities through-out the day.

Most importantly, this is a charity event supporting our chosen charities for the day including The Wooden Spoon Foundation,
Warwickshire Air Ambulance, Motor Neurone Disease and England Deaf Rugby.

 The day will begin at 9:30am with a Vets 7s Tournament between local clubs AEI, Rugby St. Andrews, Old Laurentians and
Newbold as well as visitors Cosby and the Marauders.

 This will be followed at 12 noon by a mouth-watering encounter when Newbold RFC take on Banbury RFC for the Fereday
Cup, (halftime Martial Arts Demonstration

 The England Deaf team will then take on a Guest Team at 2pm, (halftime Touch Rugby Demonstration)

 Finally an International Rugby Legends Charity Match will round off the School—Diary Dates
day’s play at 4pm. (halftime Dance Demonstration)
For those families or businesses interested there are VIP/Sponsor packages School Closes Thursday 19th July at 3.30pm
available which include an evening meal as well as other benefits.

For everyone on the day there will be entertainment through-out the day, fun Friday 20th July 2018—Teacher Training Day
activates and challenges and a licenced bar and food available. 2018/2019

For more information please visit or email Monday 3rd September 2018—Teacher Training
[email protected] Many thanks and we look forward to seeing you there. Day

Many thanks and we look forward to seeing you there. School Opens Tuesday 4th September 2018
On behalf of RugbyFest Committee
Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November—Half

School Closes Friday 21st December 2018 at

School Information Monday 7th January 2019—Teacher Training Day
School Opens Tuesday 8th January 2019
 School gates open at 8.30am, doors open at 8.40am Monday 18 February to Friday 22nd February
 School starts at 8.50a.m - Any child arriving after this time is late and 2019—Half Term
School Closes Friday 12 April 2019 at 3.30pm
will be marked as such. School Opens Monday 29 April 2019
Monday 6th May 2019—School Closed Bank
 School finishes at 3.30p.m Holiday
 If your child is ill and going to be absent please either telephone us on 01788 810675 (you can leave a Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May 2019—Half Term
Monday 3 June 2019—Teacher Training Day
voice mail if the office is closed or busy) or email us on [email protected] School closes Thursday 18 July 2019 at 3.30pm
Fri 19 July & Mon 22 July - Teacher training
 If you feel you need to meet with a teacher face to face please email the school office

[email protected]

 If you need to talk with a teacher over the phone or have a general enquiry for them 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.

 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 on [email protected]

Inspire Challenge Achieve

Child Safety

With the holiday approaching and the sunshine meaning children can
spend more time outside, can we please remind families to talk with
children about stranger awareness? We have attached the following
for your information:
As promoted by Warwickshire Safeguarding Children Board’s Taking Care Scheme
please do not teach blanket ‘stranger danger’ messages to children. The reason for
this is that sometimes a stranger is the only person who can help us and is a far saf-
er option than not talking to anyone. E.g. a child lost in a shop is far safer to tell a
stranger they are lost than to wander off looking for the person they have separated
from. We may choose to discuss the likely ‘safest’ strangers in such scenarios such
as a mother with a pram or small children or someone who works in the shop.

However, we do need to clarify the stranger issue as plainly there are
situations we may want to warn children about for their own safety e.g.

 not to get in a car with anyone (NOT just someone they don’t know) unless
their parent/guardian knows who/ where/ when etc and has given permission.

 not leaving school with someone other than who they were expecting unless
their parent/guardian knows who/ where/ when etc and has given permission
and they have checked with a school staff member. Sometimes a password
system is used so that children are only released into the care of an adult who
can give the correct password – this is usually changed as soon as it has been
used once.

 not to walk off with anyone (NOT just someone they don’t know) unless their
parent/guardian knows who/ where/ when etc and has given permission.

 If someone tries to grab them it is ok to break all the rules of politeness to
others e.g. scream, kick, punch, bite…etc. Whatever they need to do to draw
attention to themselves and alert others to the fact they are in danger.

Please reinforce these safety messages to the children regularly
without giving them the idea that ALL strangers are ‘bad’.

Missing Year 6 Leavers Hoodie—please can you check at home that your child hasn’t accidently returned home with 2 Year 6
Leaver Hoodies? We are missing a hoodie and have not been able to locate it at school. Please return to the school office if you
locate a spare hoodie. Thank you

BJS calls out for votes to bag a share of Tesco’s bag fund

Bilton Junior School is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000
raised from carrier bag sales in Tesco stores awarded to local community projects.
Three groups in every Tesco region have been shortlisted to receive the cash award and shoppers are being invited to head along to
Tesco stores to vote for who they think should take away the top grant.

Bilton Junior is one of the groups on the shortlist—we hope to get funding towards an All Weather Running Track.

The aim of installing an all weather proof track is to have an area on the school field that can be used in all weathers.

By having a track that can be used on a daily basis we hope to improve pupils/ parents/ carers physical and mental health, as well
as their general wellbeing. More parents / carers can engage with their children, encouraging social skills and better concentration/
behaviour in school. The track will be used daily to encourage pupils to actively walk /run a mile a day during lunch and break time,
which in time will reduce child obesity.

Our Mission Statement is: ‘I have the freedom and choice to be ambitious for my future’ and we feel that can be in academic,
creative or sporting prowess. It would be amazing to provide our students with a professional running facility and possible produce
the next Dame Kelly Homes or Sir Roger Banister!

Voting is open in all Tesco stores in from Sunday 1st July to Friday 31st August 2018 and customers will cast
their vote using a token given to them at the check-out in store each time they shop. Stores to vote in:

 Rugby Superstore, CV21 1RG

Tesco’s Bags of Help project has already delivered over £52 million to more than 16,000 projects up and down the UK. Tesco
customers get the chance to vote for three different groups every time they shop. Every other month, when votes are collected,
three groups in each of Tesco’s regions will be awarded funding.

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