Our theme this week is responsibility! You may have heard the phrase Rights, Respects, Responsibilities (RRR). All three ‘R’s are necessary, but we are focussing on the one that perhaps requires most effort.
Year 6 pupils take their SATs tests next week, and we can confidently say they have been very responsible in their learning. We do wish them all the best, and only ask that they do their best.
Don’t forget to work on the weekly general knowledge quiz. See the questions here!
Have a great week 🙂
Click here to read the article in the Observer. As it reports, “.. It shows that when a community works together, great things happen.”
Why not start your week with a burst of energy? Come along and walk, skip, jog or even sprint a mile on Monday mornings. Click here for details.
You may wish to see some drawings of the new buildings for the expansion of both schools. There is still much work to be done, and many decisions to make. Click here to have a look.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks at KFJS!
51 pupils from our 60+ strong choir took part in an X-Factor style competition on Saturday night at Aldworth, competing against 15 other entries. We are pleased to say we won both the primary section, and the overall contest! Lots of money was raised for charity, too. Our pupils were simply brilliant and wowed the audience.
Our theme this week is resilience – it’s the ability to keep going, especially when it is difficult. It’s the hardest thing to learn, but perhaps one of the most important.
Don’t forget we are taking part in the Big Pedal Challenge too- keep cycling or ‘scootering’ to school!
Year 3 and 4 present to Years 5 and 6 in assembly on Thursday about their trip to Many Down Farm Estate last week.
Have a great week!
12 of our pupils took part in a tennis day for child new to the sport. They did really well at the different exercises and activities, and we are grateful to Totally Tennis for the opportunity. Thank you to the parents that helped and supported, and to Mrs Davies for organising!
This week our theme is Risk Taking. This can be really hard, but when we try things we are afraid of, we learn we can do more than we think!
All clubs start this week- click here for full details. Year 4 swimming starts too!
Years 3 and 4 visit Manydown Farm Estate on Wednesday to learn all about farming and food production.
Have a great week!
Our April Newsletter is here with all the news from school and diary dates for the coming term.