It was a privilege to watch our Year 6s perform their class assembly this morning. They had planned and designed the assembly all by themselves and it was a morning of war time songs, drama, and exploration of what life was like at that time.
It was wonderful to see their learning brought to life! Year 2 have also been exploring their History topic of the Great Fire of London and participated in an amazing workshop this week. We will be sharing the assembly and the Year 2 workshop via e-schools so please take a look.
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Operation Eagle Eye
2nd – 6th December 2019
Working in conjunction with the Local Authority we are having a week focused on road safety in school. There will be various activities going on including learning how to cross the road safely, cycle safety and Year 6 will be out patrolling the streets looking at speeding and parking in the local area. We will share the different activities during the week via the school website and twitter.
Step Outside, Year Two, 9am – 12.
Headsmart, Year 4 (pm)
Child Speedwatch,Year 6, 9am – 12pm.
22nd November- Non-uniform day in return for a bottle for the Christmas Fair
1st December- Christmas Fair 11 am – 2pm.
2nd December- Operation Eagle Eye begins in school
6th December – Book Bus in school 8.30 am -4 pm.
We will be visited by the Book People’s Book Bus on Friday 6th December. The bus will contain a wide array of books at discounted prices for parents to buy. In addition to this the school will receive 15% commission in free books. If you wish to visit the bus it will be in the school car park between 8.30 am and 4 pm
On Wednesday 27th November at 2.15 pm we are inviting parents, particularly those from KS2 to join us for an information evening regarding how we use Google Suite and how you can support your child at home. The session will include a short presentation from our Digital Leaders. We hope you can join us for this informative session.
It is with great sadness that I am writing to inform you that Diana Vose, our Inclusion Manager will be leaving us later on this term. She will be setting up her own business The Buffet Carriage serving homemade sandwiches and cakes.
Diana has worked at Tithe Barn for 17 years
and during that time has worked tirelessly for every child to ensure that they are well supported and achieve their true potential. She will be sorely missed by us all and we wish her the best of luck with her new enterprise.
We will continue to ensure that her fantastic work continues and we will share our future plans for this role shortly.
Once again, I would like to thank Diana for her hard work and effort. It has been a privilege to work with her.
After School Club
Our wonderful After School currently has some additional availability. The Club is open from 7.45 am till the start of school and at the end of the school day until 5.45 pm. It is run by our team of friendly staff and provides a high standard of care
We have availability for both regular sessions or for them to be booked as required. We currently have limited availability every morning except Thursday and after school on Monday and Friday.
Please contact Miss J Hughes (club manager) for further information-