We all went rather spotty!
Dear Parents and Carers,
What a lovely ‘Spotacular’ day we had last Friday when we came dressed in spots for Children in Need. The face paints on that day were amazing and I believe some dads are in the running for a new career in face painting! The Great Redmarley Bake Off lived up to expectations and there were some amazing decorated cup cakes. My thanks go to the Y6 girls for organising the sale of the cakes which raised £76.40. Together with the non school uniform contributions and the cake sale, we raised £157.05.
We welcomed into school last week Mrs Shaw, an expert dance teacher and she worked with Class 3 to produce a dance based on World War 2. We are planning on using her next term to work with Class 2 and Class 1. Watch this space.
We have also welcomed Brenda Read-Brown into school today to work with Class 3. She is Gloucestershire’s Poet Laureate and she completed a Keen Writer’s session as part of the Ledbury Poetry Festival. Thanks to Vicky Baker for putting us in touch with the Festival organiser.
Have a lovely weekend.
The Great Redmarley Bake Off Winners
Well done to all of you who entered the Great Redmarley Bake Off for Children In Need. The quality of the entrants were of a high standard and it was difficult for the judges to make a final decision. After much deliberation the final winners were Isabelle Crispe, Esther Garbutt-Griffiths, Thomas Crispe, Seren Williams, Isabel and Poppy Smith, Lewis Farrell, Georgie Holmes. I was very impressed with Casey, Georgie and Lydia for organising the sale at the end of the day.
We have a vacancy in school for a Lunchtime Supervisor. Obviously it is at midday for an hour or so to cover time in the hall for lunch and outside for playtime. If you are interested please pop into school and speak to Mrs Smith or the office
Ellie Sadler – for great reading
Skye Taylor – for always trying hard
Jack Bisco – for working hard
Amelia Taylor – for great effort in activities
Joshua Thorn – for great reading
Ten Smiley Faces
Sienna Warwick, Charlie Harrison & Maisy Duke
Tom Crispe – for sounding out his spellings
Isabella Dodane – for quiet focused concentration
Brooke Taylor – for enthusiastic reading
Lily James – for her work on her tables
Libby Harry – for making great improvements in her work
Stars of the Week
Stanley Grange – a positive approach to all of his work
Will Joslyn – Gold 2 – great maths work
Pupil of the Week
Abi Brierley – perseverance in Maths and English
Oliver Warner – showing compassion to others