Miss Barlow's Weekly Words - Autumn 5
Autumn is definitely here... The leaves are changing colour, the temperature is getting cooler and Christmas is already being spoken about!
This week has been an exciting week all round. Many interesting things have been learned about and it is so pleasing to see the girls working hard and creating memories and pieces of work to be proud of. Reception took their first trip to the Thicket with Junior Boys this week. They collected conkers and built dens. Reception have been busy as, also this week, they joined up with Year 1 & 2 to visit Henley Literary Festival where they enjoyed an interactive story time with Joseph Coelho and Fiona Lumbers. In Upper Juniors, the girls have enjoyed making non-permeable Stone Age houses out of recycled materials (Year 3 ). Year 4 have been looking at the impact we have on the environment and how we might improve our environment. Year 5 designed and created moving pictures to accompany their writing, and all classes have been designing Christmas (yes, I know!) Cards for Theresa May's Christmas Card Competition.
I would also like to say on behalf of all the Junior Staff "Congratulations to Mr Laouira (Year 6 Teacher) and his wife on the lovely news that they are expecting their first baby in April".
We are now able to announce our Year 6 Roles of Responsibilities. Well done to all who applied!
Deputy Head Girl
St Francis: Sophie Seaman
St Ignatius: Anna Hughes
St Therese: Amelia Dixon
St Vincent: Sophia Stevens
St Francis: Lily Mae Morrell
St Ignatius: N'eve Cottee
St Therese: Caitlin Wilson
St Vincent: Zara Brewer
Reading Ambassador Leaders
Natalia Romero & Kyra Lloyd
Pupil Voice Leaders
Anya Brewer (Pupil Voice/Peer Mediator Liaison), Anya Howard, Sophie Jeffs
Peer Mediator Leaders
Shamailah Islam & Emily Hoad
Merit Certificates Beatrice Oppenheimer (Reception), Marni Patel (Year 1), Evie Keylock (Year 2), Ava Constable (Year 3), Megan King (Year 4), Emily Philp (Year 5) and (Year 6)
Bunny Awards Chloe Heavyside ( Year 2 ) for always following the Golden Rules every single day, and Chloe Massoubre (Year 4) for always going above and beyond the Golden Rules, and for always being a good role model.
Sadly, we seemed to have lost Caramel. If you have seen her anywhere, please bring her back to school. A new Caramel is on her way!
Winning House St Vincent