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Newsletter sent Friday 16th of November 2018
Parents of children who have guitar lessons are invited to watch the guitar assembly on Friday 30th November at 2.45pm
Parents/carers just to make you aware that guitar lessons will be running on a Friday up until 7th December.
Parents/Carers please find attached a form for pupil premium, please fill it in send it off, details are all on the form regarding the specifications. Please don’t hesitate to contact the office if you need anymore information. Thank you.
Christmas lunch letter – To be returned by Tuesday 20th November 2018 (late replies received are unable to be accepted due to ordering times for food)
Report Evening letter- To be returned by Monday 26th November 2018
Crudgington School Tea Towels – to be returned as soon as possible
New Telford is 50 library card
Parents/Carers the children should have all received a letter regarding a trip to the cinema on Dec 20th please send in all monies and the form in by the end of November please.
Well done to all the children who donated for Children in Need you raised £150.00 thank you and you all look amazing. Thank you.
Class 1 93.87%
Class 2 97.94%
Class 3 98.72%
Class 5 96.71%
Well done Class 3 on your attendance this week.
Well done Class
Activities attached3 Wraparound Clubs Activities
Class 3 watched a documentary on how discarded plastic affects our planet. Following this they wrote to the producers of the documentary to let them know how it had made them aware of the problem. The letters were sent and the below email was received back this week from the Executive Producer.
Dear Miss Howell,
This morning, I opened the most wonderful package of letters from your year 3&4 classes. I can’t described how touched we are that your students wrote to us to tell us how you felt about the film.
In the letters, Alex wrote “when I saw a river covered in plastic I was shocked” and Izzye mentioned “When I heard the baby seal had died I felt so sad”. We felt the same shock and sadness at the scenes we were filming in Indonesia and America. At times it felt helpless seeing “the fish getting poorly from the plastic” (Issac) but we were very keen to share what we saw with as many people as possible. We hoped that the film might make a small difference so when we read your thoughtful and intelligent letters, it makes it feel like a really worthwhile project.
I agree with Rosie that “it was amazing that a 25 year old Indonesian invented edible packaging” and we also felt happy that “scientists are using a sea wheel to collect plastic from rivers” ( Lilly Mae). The future of life in our Oceans depends on brilliant brains around the world so, William, we are very pleased when you said “I have always wanted to be a scientist so I can help the world”. It is up to all of us to make changes to the way we use and dispose of plastic and think of clever solutions to solve the plastic crisis. The future of life in our Oceans really is in our hands – and Alfie, we haven’t yet seen the Prime Minister but we will be sure to tell her to “put bins in Indonesia because it is drowning in Plastic”
Thank you for this wonderful and inspiring collection of letters. I have circulated them around our offices in London and they are bringing a smile to the faces of all who read them.
All the best,
We are collecting used postage stamps for the UK Air Ambulance.
If you have any that you would like to bring/send in then they can be given in to the office by yourselves or the children.
I will send these off (depending on how many we have) at the end of each month
This will be an ongoing collection
Many thanks for your support
This week is National Anti Bullying week
The theme this year is ‘Choose Respect’.
The Super Safeguarding Specialists from school will be going to each classroom on Friday afternoon to hold workshops based on this theme.
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