half term 5 celebration 220515


half term 5 celebration 220515
Year 2 really enjoyed organising our St
George’s Day Afternoon tea. We have
learned lots this half term about
different saints.
We want to say a big thank you to
Mr Fishpool for teaching us about
orienteering. We had a brilliant time
using maps and markers. The time
trial was the best!!!! Thank you !
We are so proud of our FS1 boys and girls for
their fabulous acting and singing in our Spring
Performance. We certainly have lots of budding
singers and actors in Nursery! Well done FS1.
Happy half term
everyone. See
you on Monday
June 1st.
We have had a wonderful
half term in Year 1 learning
about and visiting our local
environment. We are lucky
to live in a such a beautiful
place even if it is rather
Year 3 have really
enjoyed the art
associated with
our South Africa
Our reception classes have had a
wonderful time performing traditional
tales for their families. The children
told the stories of The Enormous
Turnip, The Gingerbread Man and The
Three Little Pigs. They all were showstoppers! Thank you to everyone who
came to see the shows :)
Sportsmanship, manners and team work
have been the focus for our Year 5’s this
half term. This made for an exceptional
game of Rounders enjoyed by all!
What a half term for Y6. Our main focus was getting through
SATs week...and we made it! However, in between countless
boosters and revision, we did mange to squeeze in some
science exploration and as you can see, it kept us entertained
and bemused!
Our champs this week are Blue 3, Mrs Duck
with 100% and Brown 1 Mrs Carson & Mr
Hedgley with 100%. Well done!
Whole school attendance was 96.3%. Our attendance figures are creeping up slowly this
year. Well done everyone!
We currently have 37 children on 100% attendance this year. If they can keep it up there will
be a very special ‘treat trip’ during the last
week of term for them as a reward!
To be announced
after half term
Year 5/6 Athletics East Cleveland Trials
A big thank you goes to the Athletics team that finished
We would like to thank all members who attended for
workshops; Transition, Communication and Learning.
Without their voice we would not be able to strengthen
the links between our families, school and community.
All the information has been collated and documented
into books and displayed on the shelves in the main
Below is the feedback from the ‘Transition
Please come along to our next meeting on 16th
June at 4.30 pm.
What we
well ..
- Welcoming new
- Bespoke transition
(preparing children
for the next phase
in their educational
- Sharing of
information on the
individual child
Suggestions to
transitions ..
- Early communication
about class/group
- Invite more partners on committee to
strengthen transition
into Y7
- Informal meeting
times (Autumn Term)
to meet new teachers
- ‘Feed only’ access
We have so much to share with you!
Look at the exciting work your children have been doing, learn
about coming up events in school and the surrounding community
and look back at different fun events we have had over the term.
We would love to hear your comments. We will share these with
everyone so why not have a look?
It’s simple just open your internet browser and either search for
Skelton Primary School blog, access our blog from the LASTEST
NEWS section on our school website or go directly with:
second in this week’s festival.
Hail, rain and wind was endured throughout the morning;
Another productive
Parent Partnership meeting held
on 28th April
Please take time to look at our school blog.
but this did not dampen spirits nor did it hold back the
fantastic talent of our squad; many of which have been
selected to represent East Cleveland at the next event! Well
Done! We are very proud of you.
Check out the school blog and our sports page on the
Sainsbury’s School Games Website for photographs and our
team scorecard.
**Please can we remind you all that while both you
and your families are very welcome in school, for
visits and to attend performances, we cannot allow
prams and buggies in the main halls or classrooms **
Calling all bike riders. Are you wearing a helmet??
Year 1 looking good at Lockwood
A squad of 12 fledgling Olympians made their debuts at
Lockwood school this week. Running , jumping , throwing
and a lot of smiling was the order of the morning as the
squad set about competing in friendly rivalry against other
Tuesday June 2nd Y1– Y3 9:15am, Y4—Y6 1pm
Please join us!
local schools. Well done to you all; we will be watching out
for a repeat of your amazing achievements in our upcoming
Sports day (June 2nd)
Breakfast club 8am £1
SCSS 3-4.15
Breakfast club 8am £1
SPORTS DAY Y1-Y3 9.15, Y4-Y6 1pm Please join us!
Y5/6 football 3-4.15
Breakfast club 8am £1
Fit 4 Life Mr. Campbell’s ABC Y3/4
FILM CLUB : Book of Life 4.40pm finish
442 FS2-Y2 3-415
Breakfast club 8am £1
Y3/4 football 3-4.15
442 Y2-Y6 3-4.15
Breakfast club 8am £1
Running Club 3:10—4:10