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SCHOOL BLOGS

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A big well done to everyone in Einstein House for their effort during our fundraising day. Thank you to everyone who donated throughout the week. We raised £174.90 for the charity. If you would like to know how the money will be spent please visit the Sport Relief website:  https://www.sportrelief.com/where-your-money-goes

During the day we participated in the Million Step Challenge, competing against each other to see who could complete the most steps.

Well done to Hawking who were the winners and receive 50HP!

Also a big well done to the winners of the colouring competition - Poppy Harris in Y2 and Isaac Sturman in Y3. Once again Einstein would like to thank everyone who donated and made the day so special!!

 

   

 

 

 

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         ADOPT A BEAR      

 

Thank you to everyone that adopted a bear this week and helped to raise money for the NSPCC!  We raised a total of £77.50 and lots of bears now have a new loving home.

Well done to Taylor Clark, Mollie Barber and Lola Wootton who successfully guessed the name of the cuddly dogs and will be rehoming them today!

 

 

 

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THANK  YOU  TO  ALL  THE  KNITTERS!!!

 

Thank you to all the dedicated people that have been knitting flowers for the All Saints 150th Anniversary celebrations. We have so far had 200 flowers handed in, these will help enormously towards the planned decorations for the church on 20th May.

If you have any more, please bring them into school before this date and we will pass them onto the church.  

 

 

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Adopt a Bear!

 

This Wednesday we will be hosting an 'Adopt a Bear' event at school. We have some delightful cuddly toys in need of a loving new home. Sometimes, grown ups just dont have the time to give cuddly toys the love and hugs they deserve. We will have a range of cuddly toys for sale at school, ranging in prices from £1 to £5. You will receive a small certificate of adoption. We also have three larger soft toys up for grabs in a 'guess the name' competition. It will cost 50p per entry.

All of the money raised will go to the NSPCC

 

 

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NSPCC   Charity Fundraising   

 

This year the Hawking House charity is the NSPCC

(National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children)

On April 15th, Miss Cheetham (a member of Hawking House) will be running the Brighton Marathon to raise money for the NSPCC. She has been training hard in the cold weather and is both looking forward to the challenge, but also a little nervous to complete the 26.2 miles.

Please visit her JustGiving page below to help her with the fundraising for a fantastic cause. Fingers crossed there are no more visits from the Beast from the East in the meantime!

Thank you for any support you can give!

Visit:  www.justgiving.com/fundraising/scheetham

 

 

 

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TESCO BAGS OF HELP!!! 

 

 

WE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE LEAD, PLEASE REMEMBER TO ASK FOR YOUR TOKEN TO HELP US IMPROVE THE OUTSIDE CLASSROOM AREA BY ADDING MORE SEATING, PLANTING FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES AND BUILDING AN ALL WEATHER SHELTER.

VOTING IS OPEN IN ALL LOCAL TESCO STORES THROUGHOUT MARCH AND APRIL. PLEASE TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW TO VOTE FOR US, AS EVERY VOTE HELPS!!

 

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Today saw a fabulous day of Fundraising for Sports Relief arranged by the Einstein Team. This is an important event in the school calendar and one that helps to raise profile of sport within school. We raised £111.90.

 

Well done everybody!!

   

 

 

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EINSTEIN  CHARITY  EVENT

 

This year we have decided to do a variety of things to raise money for the sports relief charity.

During the week beginning 12th March we will be selling wristbands for £1 on the playground after school and children will be able to participate in house sports activites at lunchtime for an entry fee of 20p day. Which house will raise the most money? Children will also be able to enter a colouring competition - just 20p per entry. On Friday 16th March children will be able to dress in sports mufti for 50p donation. They will also be taking part in sporting activities and learning more about the charity and how your donations help. Stickers will also be available to purchase, just 10p each!

 

 

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STOKE BRUERNE

 

This week our Reception and Key Stage 1 children visited Stoke Bruerne and enjoyed a fabulous day by the canal learning all about the history of the waterways. we were particularly pleased with the feedback from the staff at the Museum Centre who said: "All Saints were the best behaved and most polite group of children that had visited in a long time", again showing one of our key values of being a responsible citizen.

 

   

 

 

 

 

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STEAM  COMPETITION

 

Recently a few of our children have visited Silverstone to participate in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths) competition.

They have been working on a project with Mr Wintle and Mr Sanderson which used some amazing Techno Lego equipment that we had recently purchased. It was the first time that we had entered this and were not sure what to expect. The group had been working together on Thursdays after school and obviously their hard work paid off, with the group scoring the highest mark for their project in the Primary section. A brilliant job and a very proud moment showing some really incredible learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Today the children have been wowed by the author STEVE COLE who led a brilliant assembly and then spent time with each year group giving them a further insight into being an author. After each session the children had the opportunity to purchase one of his books which Steve then signed for them.

 

 

In school over a 7 day period we are taking part in a competition

 

 

At home and as part of homework we would like to challenge everyone's craft skills. 

Can you recreate a scene from your favourite story in a shoe box?

 

 

Let your imagination run wild and lets see what billiant entries we get, prizes for winners !!!

 

 

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All Saints CEVA Primary School calls out for votes to bag a share of

Tesco’s bag fund

 

All Saints is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of up to £4000, up to  £2000 and £1000 raised from carrier bag sales in Tesco stores awarded to local community projects.

Three groups in every Tesco region have been shortlisted to receive the cash award and shoppers are being invited to head along to Tesco stores to vote for who they think should take away the top grant.

All Saints is one of the groups on the shortlist.

We will use the money to improve the outside classroom area by adding more seating, planting flowers and vegetables, and building an all weather shelter.

Voting is open in all Tesco stores throughout March and April. You can cast your vote using a token given at the Check-out in store each time you shop. If you use the scan and shop please ask for your token from one of the staff.

Please tell everyone you know to vote for us, as every vote helps!!

 

 

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Parent Point System

Thank you for all of those parents that have been attending the various school events and building up their points. Reading at home has also been added to gain points.

When a child gains a mufti ticket for reading 5 times a week for 5 weeks they will receive some points. Just a reminde that there are a few events coming up and as always it is important you attend these. Thank you for your continued support.

               

 

 

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Mums, Nans, Grans, Aunts, Sisters........

 

 

You are invited to join your child/children at All Saints School for a

Mother's Day Afternoon Tea

on

Friday 9th March 2018 at 3.15pm

 

Refreshments available to buy

 

If you would like a reply slip please click Here

 

 

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RECEPTION  CLASS

 

Our Reception class have been enjoying their marble jar treat. They have played party games and had a lovely teddy bears picnic. Thank you to all of the parents who brought in lots of lovely snacks.

 

 

 

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CANDLEMASS  SERVICE

We have recently hosted and organised a Candlemass Service. Church Schools traditionally in Northamptonshire have come together to celebrate this event and for a long time now the schools in Wellingborough and the local area have not been included in this. It was fabulous to be joined by children and staff from Wilby, Cranford, Mears Ashby, St Barnabas, Finedon and Our Ladies. A huge thank you to Mrs Griffiths, Mrs Hill and Father Tony for their involvement and to the CLASS team for donating glow sticks to all that attended.

We were fortunate to be joined by Peter Cantley the new Director of Education for the Diocese. He was very impressed with the service and in particular the confident display from our children especially our Head Girl and Boy. Peter joined us back at school and had a guided tour expressing "What an amazing school we are doing some brilliant work"

  

 

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NATIONAL  HANDWRITING  WEEK

 

To celebrate National Handwriting Week in school we have been running a handwriting competition. With over 150 entries it was very tough deciding on the three winners who were warded prizes in Celebration Assembly today.

 

EYFS and key Stage One - Taylor Lewis

 

   

 

 

Year 3/4  Ayesha Jaffery

  

 

 

Year 5/6  Hillary-Ann Amisu

 

      

 

 

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LOCAL  DERBY  MATCH

 

On Saturday Mr Hunter, Mrs Johnson, Harry Gibson, Izzy Clark and Eithan Hemeng braved the cold and wet weather to attend the local Derby match at Sixfields of Northampton Town playing Milton Keynes Dons. During this match they accepted the Gold award for our work with mental health in school. There were other schools also attending however we were the only school to receive Gold. Their photo was also in the match day programme.

 

 Despite the cold they saw three goals and even a red card.....more importantly Northampton came out on top!!!

 

  

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CALLING ALL KNITTERS!!

  - MUMS, DADS, GRANDPARENTS

 

For the  service to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the consecration of All Saints Church, 20th May 2018, there is an ambition to cover the pillars in a riot of knitted, coloured flowers. To achieve the desired look hundreds of flowers will be needed and we at All Saints CEVA Primary would like to make our contribution. The more people who can make a few the more we can give!.

The pattern is below, it is simple so even beginners should be able to have a go. Flowers are required for the beginning of May at the church, but they can be sent into school at any time and we will collect them here.

  • Cast on 120 Stitches
  • Knit 4 rows
  • Next row, Slip 1,knit 2 together, pass slip stitch over - repeat until the end of the row (40 stitches)
  • Next row, Knit 2 together - repeat until the end of the row (20 stitches)
  • Knit 4 rows
  • Next row. Knit 2 together - repeat until end of row (10 stitches)
  • Cut off wool, thread through remaining stitches and pull tight. Slip stitch the edges together

They can be any colour and any size yarn - remember to use a needle size appropriate to your yarn thickness.

 

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STEVE COLE IS VISITING ALL SAINTS!!

            

 

We are very excited to announce that Steve Cole, the international author will be visiting our school on Wednesday 28th February.

Steve Cole is the author of Astrosaurs, Astrosaurs Cows in Action, The Slime Squad, Young Bond and many more titles.

Steve will start the day by taking the assembly then he will work with separate classes. This will support the literacy work we do in school and will be a fun and enjoyable experience for the children.

If your child would like to read a few books before his visit then please tell them to come and visit the school library, you can also have a look at Steve's website: www.stevecole.books.co.uk

We look forward to welcoming Steve to our school!!

 

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 NEWTON CHARITY DAY - FRIDAY 19TH JANUARY 2018

in aid of

help support this charity by:

 Beginning on the 15th January, collect, bring in and fill buckets in school with loose change. The House Team with the heaviest bucket wins!

Buy a wristband for £1, available in school from 15th January.

Get sponsored! Sponsored mile run (or walk) to take place on 19th January on Castle Fields. Sponsorship forms available from the school office.

On the day (19th January), pay 20p to wear a pink accessory (hat, socks, bows and trainers)

 

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The Greatest Story Ever Told

Part Four: Gifts and Escape

 

The Wise Men followed the star towards the countryof Judea and when they got to the capital called Jerusalum they began to ask people: 'Where is the child who is born to be king of the Jews?' Herod, the king of Judea, heard this and it made him very angry to think that someone might be going to take his place as king. Herod sent for the Wise Men to come to him. He told them to go on following the star until they had found the baby king. He said: 'When you have found him, let me know where he is, so that i can go and worship him'. But Herod did not tell them that he really had an evil plan in mind to kill the new king.

The Wise Men followed the star towards Bethlehem (where it said that the king would be born in the old writings). It seened to stop and shine directly down upon the place where Jesus was.

The Wise Men entered the house where they now lived and found Jesus with Mary, they bowed down and worshipped him. The Wise Men spread the gifts they had brough before Jesus. The gifts were gold, frankincense and myrrh. The Wise Men were warned in a dream, by God, not to back to Herod. So they returned home to their countries in the East by a different way.

When the Wise Men had gone, an angel appeared to Joseph in a dream. 'Get up,' the angel said, 'take Jesus and Mary and escape to Egypt. Stay there until i tel you, for Herod is going to search for Jesus to kill him,' So Joseph got up, took Jesus and Mary during the night they left for Egypt, where he stayed until Herod died.

The End.......Or just the beginning of Jesus' amazing life.

 

 

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School Bank

After Christmas, School Bank will be changing to a Friday morning, in the pipe room from 8.40 to 8.50am.

School Bank will re-open on Friday 12th January 2018

 

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The Greatest Story Ever Told

Part Three:  A King is Born

So in the place where the animals slept, Mary gave birth to Jesus, the son of God. In those days it was the custom to wrap newborn babies tightly in a long cloth called 'swaddling clothes'. Jesus' bed was the manger that the animals ate their hay from.

 

In the hills and fields outside Bethlehem, shephards looked after their sheep through the long night. As the new day began, suddenly an angel appeared before them and the glory of God shone around them. The shepherds were very, very scared, but the angel said, 'Dont be afraid. I have good news for you and everyone. Today in Bethlehem a Saviour has been born for you. You will find the baby lying in a manger'.

When Jesus was born, a brand new light star appeared in the sky. Some Wise Men in faraway countries saw the star and guessed what it meant. They were very clever men that studied the stars and had read in very old writings that a new star would appear when a great king was born. They set out to find the new king and bring him gifts.

 

 

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ALL SAINTS  CHRISTINGLE  SERVICE

Today saw our school community come together for our incredible Christingle Service organised by Mrs Griffiths and Mrs Hill. I have to say I think this is probably my favourite of all of our services as the atmosphere created is so reflective and is the real start of our Christmas celebrations. This celebration was made extra special as we thanked and said goodbye to Mrs Sue Mutlow who has been a member of our Governing Board for over 20 years. I know that I share the thoughts of many in wishing Sue all the very best and a huge thank you for her commitment and dedication to All Saints. I hope that we continue to see her at our events at All Saints Church.

Mrs Johnson

  

 

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BOOKMARK  COMPETITION

 

Congratulations to................

 

Maya - Rucsandra Tomei in Year 1 and

Anika Khondar in Year 5/6

 

who have won the Bookmark Competition, both girls have chosen books from the Book Fair, Well Done girls!!!

 

 

 

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Have you got a spare gift you could donate for children who would'nt otherwise be receiving gifts this Christmas?

New, unwrapped, gifts are being collected at the Service at All Saints Church on Sunday 3rd December or can be sent to school, no later than Friday 1st December.

The Salvation Army will be distributing them in the local community.

Thank you

 

 

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The Greatest Story Ever Told

Part Two: The Call to Bethlehem

 

At this time, the land where Mary and Joseph lived was part of the Roman Empire. The Roman Emperor Augustus wanted to have a list of all the people in the empire, to make sure they paid their taxes. He ordered everyone to return to the town where their families originally came from, and enter their names in a register (or census) there. Mary and Joseph travelled a long way (about 70 miles) from Nazareth to Bethlehem, because that is where Joseph's family came from. Most people walked but some lucky people had a donkey to help carry the goods needed for the journey. Joseph and Mary travelled very slowly because Mary's baby was due to be born soon.

When they reached Bethlehem they had problems finding somewhere to stay. So many people had come to register their names in the census, that every house was full and every bed was taken in all of the guest rooms. The only place to stay that they could find was with the animals. Mary and Joseph settled down in the stable to wait for a very special arrival.

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ROTARY CONCERT

Last night the school was involved in the Rotary Concert at the Castle Theatre. Our children really showed values of:

  • Successful Learners
  • Confident Individuals
  • Responsible Citizens

A special thank you to our talented soloists and our narrators, I thought you were brilliant. It is so lovely to see so many children actively involved in the wider school community and fantastic that so many parents supported and cheered. How lovely that parents and children fro some of our Key Stage 1 classes came to join the audience and support the school.

Mrs Johnson

 

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LIBRARIANS  VISIT  TO 

WELLINGBOROUGH  LIBRARY   

 

Today the Student Librarians visited Wellingborough Library. We had a very interesting tour from Dee the Librarian. The tour involved looking round the baby and childrens area, Fiction and Non Fiction books, Dvds, Items for sale and the issue desks. The children had a chance to issue out their own books on the self service issuing machine. They also had a chance to put a trolley of books back on the shelves, obviously in the correct area, by checking the duey numbers on the side of the book. The children were let loose on their own display of books. Here are their beautiful displays.......................

           

 

At the end of the visit the Librarians were presented with a certificate, the visit was enjoyed by all and the children were filled with enthusiasm and ideas for their own library. Thank you to Dee for this wonderful visit!!!!

 

 

 

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The Greatest Story Ever Told

Part One:  Joyful News!! 

 

Long ago, just over 2000 years ago, when King Herod ruled Judea (now part of Israel) God sent the angel Gabriel to a young woman who lived in the northern town of Nazareth. The girl's name was Mary and she was engaged to marry Joseph.

                                                     

The angel Gabriel said to Mary: 'Peace be with you! God has blessed you and is pleased with you.' Mary was very surprised by this and wondered what the angel meant. The angel said to her 'Dont be afraid, God has been very kind to you. You will become pregnant by the Holy Spirit and give birth to a baby boy and you will call him Jesus. He will be God's own son and his kingdom will never end'.  Mary was very afraid but she trusted God. 'Let it happen as God chooses' she replied to the angel. Gabriel also told Mary that her cousin, Elizabeth who everyone thought was too old to have children, would have a baby boy whom God had chosed to prepare the way for Jesus.

Joseph was worried when he found out that Mary was expecting a baby before thier marriage had taken place. He wondered if he should put off the wedding altogether. Then an angel appeared to Joseph in a dream and said: 'Dont be afraid to have Mary as your wife'. The angel explained that Mary had been chosed by God to be the mother of his son and told Joseph that the baby would be named Jesus which means 'Saviour' because he would save people. When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel had told him to do and took Mary as his wife.

 

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CHRISTMAS POST BOX

The postbox will be out in the piperoom from Friday 1st December. All Cards should be put in the box - deliveries will be made daily. Each card should be clearly marked with the name of who it is for and which class they are in. Any cards for staff should just have their name clearly written on the envelope.

 

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National Space Centre Trip 

 

In conjuction with the theme of 'Space'  the whole school went to visit the National Space Centre in Leicester. The National Space Centre is a museum and eduational resource covering the fields of space and astronomy.

The children had an amazing day experiencing the interative galleries and the 42m Rocket Tower. I think a fun day of learning was encountered by all.

       

 

 

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CHRISTMAS MUFTI-DAY

FRIDAY 1st DECEMBER 2017

Open to all years including Nursery!

Wear your ‘own clothes’ mufti-day

AND

Donate an item to fill your coloured Christmas Class hamper

      

 

Each class is creating a coloured Christmas hamper

In return for wearing mufti we would like each child to donate an item for their coloured hamper

The hamper colour for each class is as follows:

 

CLASS

HAMPER COLOUR

NURSERY (MORNING)

GOLD

NURSERY (AFTERNOON)

GOLD

RECEPTION

SILVER

YEAR 1

RED

YEAR 2

PURPLE

YEAR 3

BLUE & SILVER

YEAR 4

RED & WHITE

MRS MOSS

BLACK & SILVER

MR HUNTER

GREEN & GOLD

 

HAMPERS WILL BE RAFFLED ON FRIDAY 15TH DECEMBER AT OUR CHRISTMAS FAYRE!

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DESIGN A BOOKMARK COMPETITION

In line with the Bookfair coming on Wednesday 29th November, we are holding a little competition, design a bookmark!!! there will be two prizes, one for KS1 and one for KS2.

The design of the bookmark can be anything you like, your teacher should have handed out sheets of card to each class.

Please make sure you put your name and class on the back of the bookmark.

Please make sure your entry is handed into your teacher by Friday 24th November.

        

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Well Done to Paul in Year 4

Our Church value award winner for friendship

 

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Design a Hat Competition

On Friday 17th November we will also be holding a spotty hat competition. If you and your child want to make a hat at home together, please bring in 50p along with your entry on this day.

 

Many Thanks

Curie House Team

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Whats your thing?

On Friday 17th November we are holding a 'show us your thing' talent show at school. The Children in Need team say that 'Everyone's got a thing' so this is your chance to show us yours. We will be holding a Key Stage 1/EYFS and Key Stage 2 Talent Show Competition in the school hall for Children in Need.

It will cost 50p per individual even if you are in a team. You will only be able to enter if you return this form along with the 50p. You can not enter on the day. If you need any music or props speak to Mr Hunter or Mrs Dady in advance.

 

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All Saints Forest School

                                                                 

What is a Forest School? The aim of a Forest School is to assist and encourage children of all ages to develop their social, personal and emotional skills in a safe outdoor, natural environment. Many sessions are based in woodlands, but the ideas and activities can take place anywhere. Each session is guided by the children involved and will all be very different!

Research into the specific benefits of a Forest School Program (FSP) has shown that children of all ages have progressed amazingly in areas such as self confidence, self awareness of themselves and others, communication and concentration. Most lessons will take place outside, unless it is really unsafe to do so.

Everyone will need to be appropriately dressed in old clothes as we are likely to get muddy and they will need a waterproof coat and wellies or old shoes. To begin with we will be within the school grounds to build confidence and awareness of working and playing in a different environment and to get to know each other. The program will cover lots of different and interesting subjects such as shelter building, knots, wood and looking differently at what is around us. I am not going into too much detail so i dont spoil the surprise and excitement when each child tells of their adventures.

If you have any questions of concerns please do come and speak to me, I am very happy to help

Sarah Boddington

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The Learning Council

We held our first meeting as the Learning Council last week. This meeting was chaired by Mrs Griffiths as it was the first meeting but from now on it will either be our Head boy, Harry or Head Girl, Isabel that will lead the meetings.

Our review of 2016/17

We discussed lots of things that we really enjoyed form last year. We talked about themes and trips we thought had helped us be better learners. We really liked the food and farming trip and the ice theme. We think we did well because we got awards for RE and Sport and we had the church inspection (SIAMS) where we got Outstanding.

Next Meeting

In our next meeting we will be looking at maths in our school. We have invited Miss Cheetham, because she is the maths leads for the school, so we can ask her questions and tell her what our classes think of maths.

 

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BOOK  FAIR

A Bookfair is a fun pop up book event that happens in schools. With a selection of over 200 of the newest and best children's books suitable for all ages and abilities there is sure to be a book perfect for every child.

The book buying team select books from over sixty publishers, with prices starting from £2.99 and exclusive titles that you wont find in the shops or at any other fairs. Plus, every book sold at your Fair can help to earn free books for your school with Scholastic Rewards!

The book fair is a great way to get children excited about reading and means that parents and children can browse and choose books together, with the knowledge that the books are suited to the child's age and ability.

 

The Bookfair will be arriving on Wednesday 29th November until Monday 4th December.

 

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 BIKEABILITY - YEAR  5

 

 

20 children in year 5 are due to take part in Bikeability which starts on Monday 9th October and finishes on Thursday 12th October.

Bikeability is the only approved cycle training programme supported by the Department for Transport. It is designed to enthuse participants about cycling whilst equipping them with skills and confidence to ride more often. All the training is delivered by qualified, professional, National Standard instructors.

For more information on Bikeability, please visit www.bikeability.org.uk

 

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Values

We have awarded Elana Sorrell with our trophy this month for demonstrating the value of SERVICE. The All Saints Church Award for Showing Exceptional Christian Values was given to the school as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the building of All Saints Church.

 

 

Elana showed service in several ways this week and was a worthy winner.          

This month we focus on FRIENDSHIP.

 

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FAMILY  LEARNING  REVIEW  MEETINGS

 

Reception       - 5th Dec/20th March    1.00pm to 7.00pm

Year 1             - 6th Dec/21st March     1.00pm to 7.00pm

Year 2             - 6th Dec/21st March     1.00pm to 7.00pm

Year 3             - 4th Dec/19th March     1.00pm to 7.00pm

Year 4             - 4th Dec/19th March     1.00pm to 7.00pm

Mrs Moss        - 1st Dec/22nd March    9.00am to 7.00pm

Mr Hunter        - 30th Nov/23rd March  9.00am to 7.00pm

 

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ALL SAINTS SUPPER NIGHT

(YEARS  1 - 6)

THURSDAY  12TH OCTOBER  2017

3.30pm  TO   5.30pm

SHOWING "SING" MOVIE  +  HOT DOG  +  POP CORN  +  DRINK

 

£3.00  FOR 1 ALL SAINTS  SCHOOL  CHILD

£5.00  FOR  FAMILY TICKET (2 ALL SAINTS SCHOOL CHILDREN)

£1.00  PER  ADDITIONAL ALL SAINTS SCHOOL CHILD (THIRD OR FOURTH CHILD)

ALL MONIES MUST BE PAID TO THE OFFICE NO LATER THAN 3.15PM ON MONDAY 9TH OCTOBER

 

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School Sports

On Wednesday the boys football team played in a tournament at Manor School in Raunds. The boys performed very well, only conceding 2 goals, throughout the competition and drawn the next, we went into the 3rd game with growing confidence. That game proved to be a historic moment for the team as we recorded our first win in 3 years. Overall we played 4 games winning 1, losing 1 and 2 draws.

 

 

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Harvest 

Thank you to all of you who joined us this morning for our celebration of Harvest at All Saints Church. The children sany and read beautifully and we were delighted that Father Tony joined us. A special mention to our Reception, who performed with confidence and great enthusiasm. Well done to Harry and Izzy our Head Boy and Girl who also showed how brilliant they are.

Your kind donations of food will be passed on to the Daylight Centre who work to support both the homeless and those that need the support of the food bank in Wellingborough.

 

 

 

 

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THANK YOU!!

 

Your generous donations of cakes and biscuits were overwhelming!

The Learning Council are pleased to say that we raised......

 

£128.84p

 

 

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Rhyming Rockets!!

 

Today the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 were visited by Andy and Joe from Rhyming Rockets as seen on CBeebies. The pair performed a live performance of rhyme, poetry, song and silliness with the aim of improving and promoting rhyme across Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1.

 We practised our rhyming skills and had lots of fun and laughs. A great way to end our busy week!!

 

 

 

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TRANSFER TO SECONDARY SCHOOL - SEPTEMBER 2018

 

Applications can be made from:  11th September 2017

Closing date:   31st October 2017 (5pm)

How parents should apply:

The admissions web address is www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/admissions

Parents are encouraged to apply online. The service will be available from 11th September 2017 until the closing date of 5pm on 31st October 2017. Parents are able to download the "Applying for a Secondary School Place for September 2018" booklet and search for details of schools on the website.

If a parent would prefer to complete a paper application, these are now within the booklet and can be requested from the Admissions Team

 

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WE ARE SUPPPORTING MACMILLIAN BY HOLDING  A CAKE SALE ON

Thursday 28th September

We need your help!!

Please donate cakes, biscuits (either homemade or purchased) for us to sell at break time. 

Please send your child to school with money to buy a lovely cake on the day!!

 

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 NEW STUDENT LIBRARIANS

Today the new student librarians have started work in the library they are:

Amy Pritchard

Isabelle Luke

Emily Gamgee

Aaron Ghanie

Abbie Fennel-Davidge

They have been issued with a to do list which includes the requirements to succeed as a student librarian. Students who help in the library will not only ensure the smooth day to day running of the library but will also help to develop a sense of responsibility, achievement and self asteem in the children.

We wish them luck!!

 

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LIBRARY NEWS

The All Saints library is now fully catalogued and the duey system is now in place. I have spent the last few months reorganising the library in order to provide a more efficient and more enjoyable experience for the students of All Saints.

The Duey decimal system is a classification system used by librarians to arrange books via subject. Each book is issued a shelf mark number, usually found on the spine of the book and arranged in numerical order.

This system will enable students to find books alot easier, there is an A - Z catalogue situated in the library for pupils to use. I have placed bright and colourful labels and charts on the shelves to make finding a book more fun.

 

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 Elections for Important Roles

Some of our children have been selected for important roles within the school. Our learning Council, run by our Head Boy Harry Gibson and Head Girl Izzy Clark supported by Mrs Griffiths, have been chosen. There are two children from each year group with the exception of Reception who regularly meet to look at the learning opportunities across the school and ensure that the Pupil Voice is represented.

Each class has also chosen their Class Ambassadors. These children, led by the lead Ambassadors Eithan Hemeng and Caitlyn Gledhill, have a very importants role in school. When we have visitors to they are the children that meet them and give them a tour of the room and an overview of the learning experience in their class. Our new Ambassadors will be trained by Eithan and Caitlyn.

Prefects have also been selected. This is a prestigious role that children are selected for by the Class Teachers. They are asked to set a fantastic example for our younger pupils in the school, by monitoring everyone as they move around the school. Those selected will be given a House Team tie and badge in our first celebration assembly of the year, next Friday. Our first prefects are:

 

 CURIE:        Sebastian Le Maistre-Wake and Urte Pukyte 

 NEWTON:   Shayla Haque and Caitlyn Gledhill

 EINSTEIN:   Mathew Landman and Marcel Maksymowski

 HAWKING:  Ellis Chapman and Alina Choudhury

 

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How.................... An application form needs to be filled out before you can open                                an account. This has to be collected & completed beforehand                             and can be collected from the office.

When.................. Every Friday morning

Where................. The School Hall

Time................... 8.30 - 8.50am

My Savings accounts can be opened with £1 and you can pay as much as you want - whether it be pocket money, birthday money or the odd note you receive from a relative!

Bank books will be issued after the account has been opened by the HSBC school liaison officer.

 

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