Friday, 17 November 2017

Reception Stay and Play

Reception Christmas Stay and Play 

On Friday 1st December, we will be holding an open day for parents to come and spend some time in Reception with your child.

There will be a range of Christmas related activities for you to do with your child and it gives a great opportunity for you to see all the fantastic learning that has been happening this term. 
We will be having a morning session from 9.15am-11am and an afternoon session from
 1.15pm-2.30pm. Please only attend one session.

You do not have to stay for the entire session, if you can only stay for an hour that is fine, and Mums/Dads/Nans/Grandads etc are welcome. If you have younger children they are permitted to come in with you but please leave buggies outside. 

This is a great way to end their first term in Reception and we value your continued support. Please save the date to your diary so that you don't miss out on this very special opportunity to interact with your child whilst they play and learn.

Man of the Match

Jan Labedski was awarded the Man of the Match Award following a close fought football match with Harold Court Primary School this week. Mead won the match 1-0 thanks to a fantastic goal scored by Jan. Well done boys and well done Jan.

Mead Spinebreakers enjoy Paddington 2

Mead Spinebreakers enjoyed their visit to the Vue Cinema on Thursday, as part of their Spinebreaker 
Club. Next week we will be sharing a Paddington story written by the late Michael Bond.
Paddington 2 gets a big thumbs up from us!
Without giving anything away; one pupil said, " The ending made me cry happy tears."


A massive thank you to everyone who helped us raise the enormous sum of £800 for Children in Need.  We completely sold out of merchandise thanks to your generosity.  Don't forget to watch the appeal show on the BBC from 7.30pm to see how your money is used to help disadvantaged children.

Lunchtime Awards

These children have all received awards from their mid-day assistants for their fantastic behaviour at lunch time. Well done to them!

WOW Award

I have made my teacher happy
Jeffroy Kungbana in Jamaica
-For moving up to a new set of red and green words because of the practice he is doing at home
Jessica Raymond in St. Lucia -For enjoying school and working hard at her PECS cards
Lukas Balciunas in New Zealand -For moving up a book band
Deimantas Rinkevicious and Ema Navickaite in Australia -For moving up a book band
Daniel Blagoev in Palau -For fantastic home learning
Sonny Fiorini, Melisa Guganesh, Taylor Wadge, Matvejs Ursa, Lucas Grigore, Kali Hampson, Benjamin Winjobi and Joe MacMillan in Egypt -For moving up a book band
Macie-Leigh Merritt and Elijus Jonikavicius in Kenya -For moving up a book band
Tomi Akeredolu in Scotland -For moving up a book band
Beau Maunders and Magdalena Wlodarcyzk in Scotland -For independent maths work
Maliha Qadri in Greece -For being a star reader
Wahab Mudashiru in Italy -For home learning
Tzoulia Tzaferi in Canada -For extra literacy work
Kamile Zilinskaite in Argentina -For fantastic fraction homework

E for Excellence Winners

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Barbados -Millie-Mae Madgewick
Wales -Hamara Barry Junior
Jamaica -Ashton Morley
Scotland -Marley Calvey
St Lucia -Daniel O-Akimyomilo
Germany -Isabelle Cutts
New Zealand -Charlie Ronan 
Greece -Wilson Hunt
Australia -Aisha Osman
Italy -Lukas Norkus
Palau -Rocco Livingstone
U.S.A -Lewis Jackson
Madagascar -Lennon Chambers
Canada -Lorraine Salalima
Egypt -Zahi Abdullah
Mexico -Sulaiman Al-Azami
Kenya -Famata Fati
Chile -Franki Callaghan
N. Ireland -Justice Okereke
Brazil -Tommy Macmillan
Argentina -Ryan Safo - Frimpong