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Published by mrsthomas, 2017-11-17 09:48:19

bulletin 17.11.17

bulletin 17.11.17

BJS Bulletin

BILTON C OF E JUNIOR SCHOOL 17TH NOVEMBER2017

Plantagenet Drive, Rugby, CV22 6LB

SPECIAL POINTS

HeadlinesOF INTEREST:

Now the cold Dear All,
weather is here, What an exciting week! Anti Bullying has been at the top of our agenda, hence the blue theme!
Please speak to your children about the assemblies that they have had and the new reward that they
please ensure can achieve as a community. Please see separate Bulletin entry by Mrs Webb. They have been
children have thinking about Anti Bullying through English lessons and as part of the wider curriculum we offer. I
their coats in hope you have received a copy of my new small booklet, to let you know a little more about
Anti- Bullying at BJS. We have also had a special visit by Mark Pawsey this week as we wanted to
school. share about 'No Outsiders' in school.
Thank you Children also enjoyed dressing in 'Blue' and non uniform to highlight the importance of Anti Bullying
and Children in Need.
Science Evening
I have also been discussing Empathy as part of our Anti- Bullying work. Empathy, as I am sure you
Wednesday 29th know, is when we can put ourselves in someone else's shoes and being able to feel how they may
November feel. Part of our 'No Outsiders' theme is that we are not 'bystanders'. We do not stand by and watch
while children are unkind. We stand against unkindness at all costs by speaking to an adult in school
Please book your or at home.
tickets (see page Mrs. Norton
3 of the bulletin

for more
information)

This week, as part of anti-bullying week, we
launched our No Outsiders Bronze, Silver and

Gold Challenges to classes. For Bronze
children need to be able to tell anyone who
asks what No Outsiders is; Silver they need to
show they understand No Outsiders through
their actions, particularly at lunchtimes; and
for Gold classes have been challenged to come
up with their own ideas about how they can
continue to promote No Outsiders in our school

and also across the community.

Please ask your child about No Outsiders - can they tell you what it's all about??

Lunch Time Top Table Punctuality

NO OUTSIDERS Hope J—6KC Every week Mrs. Thank you to everyone for the efforts in getting to
Charlotte L - 6CC Josh H—6KC Reeves-Brown and her school on time this week,
Aimee F- 6CC Molly S—6KC team awards children
Katja S-S- 6CC Kalvin G—6CC for demonstrating our Oak House did a brilliant job and recorded only 4 late marks
Imogen L- 6CC Hanaa Y—4BR Christian values during whilst Chestnut and Sycamore were not far behind with 6
Nathan J—6AL Ellen G—6KC lunch time, the each!
Max A—4BR nominated children get Well done to 3SV, 5JB and 3ED who all arrived on time each
an invitation to join the day.
top table on the Friday
of that week. This Years Chosen Charity

Excellence Awards Each year we like to highlight one particular charity to support
for the year. The JLT (Junior Leadership Team) commissioned a
This week’s Excellence Awards were presented to the following children vote between the children and this year our chosen charity is
during Thursday’s assembly:
3SV—Maia H for doing extra science work at home—well done! 'The Air Ambulance Service'. We are fortunate to have
3FS—Harrison F for super work in maths this week, well done!
3ED—Faris H for excellent work in maths two junior ambassadors for the charity in Year 4. If you have
4DB—Alexa H for always trying and succeeding to be patient and con- any really good ideas for fundraising events then please get in
siderate to those around her contact.
4BR—Ellie W for showing care and consideration towards others
4AT—Holly B for superb writing of poetry and narrative Bake Sale for the Air Ambulance
5JE—Ruby C for sharing some great ideas during anti-bullying week
5JB—Richard F for always working hard, being engaged in his learning We are getting very excited for our first official fund-
and being a polite and well behaved member of the class raiser for the Air Ambulance on Friday 8th December led by
some Yr.6 children and Miss Smith one of our PPF Representa-
tives. If you would like to bake something for the sale please
bring in on the morning of 8.12.17 and the sale will be at the
end of the day. It would be really helpful if you make a label
saying what you have baked and how much each item will be.

5SS—Will H for his outstanding attitude towards learning and school
and being an excellent advocate for 5SS.

6KC—Sporsho B for always setting a good example for her peers

6AL—Daniel H for always engaging well in lessons Alternative secret
6CC—Charlotte L for a positive learning attitude Santa
French—Kieran B and Aiden R (6AL) for excellent effort. Concentration
and independent learning in French this week—superbe! We would like to invite you to
join us in our ‘alternative secret Santa’ scheme this
Christmas Celebration concerts at St Mark’s Christmas. Instead of buying gifts for each other, our Staff team
Church will be buying toys for families in the local area who cannot
afford to buy presents for their children this Christmas.
Letters have been sent home this week, concerts
begin at 6pm and aim to finish by 7.15pm. Please We will be donating the toys to Barnardo’s
bring children to the church at 5.45pm on their ‘House’ evening who will then distribute them to those in
per the below: need.

Tuesday 12th December—Oak (3SV, 4AT, 5SS and 6AL) If you would like to take part please take a slip from the front
entrance hall which will provide you with the age and gender
Wednesday 13th December—Sycamore (3FS, 4BR, 5JB and 6CC) of a child to buy for ie a 4 year old girl, a 12 year old boy.

Thursday 14th December—Chestnut (3ED, 4DB, 5JE Toys do need to be new, not wrapped, and in school by Friday
and 6KC) 8th December please. Toys of any value will be appreciated.

Please return the permission slip to the school office Many thanks in anticipation.
as soon as possible. Thank you

Well being REVERSE ADVENT CALENDAR

For any one who has concerns about the mental health This Advent, which is the lead up to Christmas from the 1st
or well being of a child or young person you can now December, we are going to do something special. I love
access a new website which is a great source of support opening up my chocolate calendar every year and gobbling up the
and information: secret tasty treats and the countdown to Christmas is so exciting.

Emotional well-being and mental health services for This year we are going to 'turn Advent on its head' and ask that each
children and young people in Coventry and Warwick- class brings an item of food for the Foodbank on a specific day during
shire now comes under the name 'Rise'. Advent. You could bring a tin of food, a toiletry item or something else
from the list.
Services that have now integrated to form Rise are:

 Specialist Mental Health Services (formally The day that your child could bring
known as CAMHS) something to put in our special Advent
boxes is:
 Eating Disorders
 Looked After Children (LAC) 6AL Friday 1st December
 Neurodevelopment 6KC Monday 4th December
 Primary Mental 6CC Tuesday 5th December
5SS Wednesday 6th December
Health 5JE Thursday 7th December
 Reach 5JB Friday 8th December
The key aims of Rise are: 4DB Monday 11th December
4AT Tuesday 12th December
 Have increased emphasis on prevention and 4BR Wednesday 13th December
early intervention 3SV Thursday 14th December
3FS Friday 15th December
 Focus on building resilience 3ED Monday 18th December
 Be integrated in our working, especially with Office Staff Tuesday 19th December
Learning Support Assistants Wednesday
schools 20th December
 Systemically work with families and the child’s Teaching Staff Thursday 21st December
Senior Leadership Team Friday 22nd
network December
 Support in partnership with the system complex Thank you for your support.

and vulnerable children.
 Help Children and our Young People bounce

back when things get tough
 Make getting help really easy- our vision of ‘No

door being the wrong door’
 Support children and young people aged 0-25 in

a way that matters to them
 Support the whole family – not just the child
 Go the extra mile to reach out to those who

need us most

The website address for RISE is: https://cwrise.com/rise

If you have any enquiries you can contact the office
on telephone: 0300 200 2021 or email them
at Email: [email protected]

Please also remember if you have concerns about a
child in BJS you are always welcome to contact Mrs
Hodgson our Home/School Support Worker who will be
happy to help. She can be contacted via phone (01788
810675) or directly via her email which
is [email protected]

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

After School Spanish
Club

¡Hola! Places are currently
available in our Thursday after school Spanish
club; children are welcome to come along for 1
free taster session following which they may sign
up for regular weekly sessions. Each session costs
£4.50 and there is an annual membership fee of
£5.95. Please contact the school office if you
would like your child to try Spanish club next
week.

Dear All,

Please can I remind you that we do not tolerate
Parents/Carers who use foul language and are
threatening in any way to staff or other parents. I
take a very tough line on this and Police and Legal
Services will be contacted to safeguard all my
children, families and staff in the event of any
incidents.

Mrs Norton.

Parent Partnership Forum Minutes

The PPF minutes are available to
view on the school website.

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 will be marked
Monday 25th December to 5th January 2018—
as such. Christmas Holiday
 School finishes at 3.30p.m Children start back on Monday 8th January 2018
 If your child is ill and going to be absent please either telephone us on 01788 810675 Monday 19th February to 23rd February 2018—
Half term
(you can leave a voice mail if the office is closed or busy) or email us Friday 30th March 2018 to 13th April 2018—Easter
on [email protected] Holiday
 If you feel you need to meet with a teacher face to face please email the school Monday 7th May 2018—School Closed Bank Holi-
office [email protected] day
 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 Monday 28th May to 1st June 2018—Half Term
children in the classrooms all day however they will get back to you as soon as Friday 20th July 2018—Teacher training Day
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]

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