Parent Friday – HELP US!

An amazing Parent Friday full of conversation about the Learning Attributes. Our aim is to create a video that shows the Learning Attributes in action at home and at school. The video will be a way for parents who find it hard to engage with the school to promote and drive the Learning Attributes in their children’s lives.

Now, the video storyboard plan – from a parent – is brilliant – I will we share the details at next week’s Parent Friday where we will start to learn to film with our children – we may even have time for some editing! We shall see – Mr Flint will be able to help us on that front!

Here is the sheet parents completed today – have a go with your own child – can you think of SPECIFIC examples?!

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Reception visit the Fire Station

Reception have had a wonderful visit to Rickmansworth Fire Station today.  We travelled to the Fire Station by bus.  As we left the bus stop and walked to the Fire Station, a member of the public commented on the excellent behaviour of the children and how they were a credit to the school.  They certainly are and a credit to their parents too!

The children were able to see the equipment on the fire engine, sit in the fire engine and each child had a turn at squirting the hose.

Mrs Scourfield and Miss Heydarzadeh had been sponsored to wear their Children in Need Onezies to the Fire Station and raised £30 for Children in Need.

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Children In Need – Valuing each other

Dear All,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02blvlr

 

Today I shared the following video with the children. Your fundraising today will support children across the country. This video also brings home the message of the importance of road safety. The school is having a big push to try and secure funding for a road crossing patrol from HS2. Please see the newsletter for more details and to help support us. Let’s value each other!

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Year 6 Basketball Runners up!

This afternoon, the year 6 basketball team showed amazing sports skills at the Three Rivers and Watford Sports Partnership basketball competition. They showed great collaborative skills and with it being their first time playing basketball, excellent risk taking was shown. They pushed each other in all their games and they finished the evening as runners up! Well done to Year 6 and Miss Wilson!

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Year 5 & 6 – Shakespeare Performance

What a fantastic evening at Watersmeet Theatre yesterday, where Year 5 and 6 captured the audience with their performances of Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Throughout the weeks all the children have been working extremely hard in understanding their plays, learning their lines, taking risks, learning as a team and this was evident from their performances. Thank you to everyone involved in creating memories the children will treasure for a long time.

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