Rugby Mania!

Stoke Park School were really lucky yesterday because we had an exciting visit from a Rugby Coach from Clifton Rugby Club.  The coach ran tag rugby sessions throughout the day with every year group.  Each session was full of games and skills for the children to practice. It was fantastic! I was lucky enough to watch Oak Class (Y5) taking part, and it was clear to see the children were having so much fun getting to know the sport.

“It was amazing! I want to do it again!” Said Poppy (Y5).

Clifton Rugby Club players will be running an after school rugby club at SPP every Tuesday.  The letters went out yesterday, so please don’t forget to sign up if this is something your child might be interested in!

Wake and Shake

 

Thank you to all the children, parents and staff who  joined in this mornings Wake and Shake on the playground. It was a fantastic way to kick start the day and there were lots of smiley happy faces walking in to school this morning. A big thanks to Mrs Dennison for putting on such a fab routine. Same time, same place next week!

Year 5 – Oak Class update!

Welcome to Year 5! We’ve already kicked off this week with a bang – delving deep in Ancient Greece, learning all about the famous Greek Myth, “Theseus and The Minotaur” and exploring numbers up too 1 000 000!

Please find our Term 1 Newsletter , Topic overview and Spellings attached below.

Homework is given to the children every Monday and due in the following Monday.  Generally, this will consist of things we have been learning either in literacy, maths, reading or science.  I will explain the homework to the children, but if they are still unsure please make sure they come and see me, or if you would like please pop in and I can explain!

Thank you for all your continued support.  It’s going to be a great year!

Miss Donoghue.

Term 1

Topic Overview -Groovy Greeks

Spellings Term 1

Term 1 termly newsletter

End of Year Newsletter

What a year! Thank you to our brilliant staff for their dedication, thank you to all our parents for their ongoing support, but most of all thank you to the children, who make the school what it is. We couldn’t be prouder. Enjoy the summer break! We look forward to seeing you all in September.

Attached is our end of year newsletter. If you would like a paper copy, they will be available from the office from the first day back.

End of year newsletter

Help for the PTA

Can you help the PTA raise money for the school by displaying a Taylors Estate Agent board, with the school fete details on, in your garden? For each board displayed, the PTA get £10!

If you would be happy to do this, please speak to the school office or Mrs Higgitt and provide the address you wish to display the board.

Many Thanks

Pop-up Shop Success!

Year 6 had an excellent day on Wednesday preparing & hosting their pop-up shop event after washing the cars of many members of staff!

Thank you to everyone who supported this event and helped the children to raise an amazing £450 towards their end of year celebration – we couldn’t have had weather more perfect!

 

 

Fiver Challenge Assembly (26.6.18) & Pop-up Shop Event (today!)

Yesterday, Year 6 got the opportunity to showcase their pop-up shop businesses to the rest of the school. They began by explaining what the Fiver Challenge was all about and then demonstrated what today’s event will look like! Each group did a fantastic job of engaging the audience and they are all looking forward to 3.30pm!

Don’t forget… come and see us on the playground straight after school where you will be able to indulge in a range of refreshing treats; buy a selection of new and used toys & books; and splash a teacher of your choice! 

Nursery 2018

Nursery now accepting children for September 2018 and whole day sessions now available!

“I’m loving ‘angles’ instead”

This week in Year 5 we have been studying angles. We have practised the skill of drawing and measuring angles, as well as calculating angles on a  fixed line. In our number master lessons we have applied our knowledge of decimals to calculating money sentence questions.

In our topic lessons, we have created music, focusing on the pulse and rhythm. In our literacy lessons, the children have been creating their action and adventure stories. They have all done a wonderful job using relative clauses, fronted adverbials and similes & metaphors.

 

Well done Oak Class!

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC

SONY DSC