STOP PRESS 1st March 2019

STOP PRESS 1st March 2019

 

News items for week ending 1st March 2019

Attendance for this week

Lower School:                 Inkpen and Alhberg         100%          

Upper School:                 Kinney                                   99.4%

Well done to these classes!

 

Communications sent out this week:

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No letters sent this week

 

 

 

Farewell Mrs Vidal

We would like to say a huge thank you, goodbye and good luck to Mrs Vidal, who has secured a role at Oxted School.  Mrs Vidal has been a friendly face to many, a point of contact and invaluable in being able to help both parents and pupils.  We would like to wish her well in her new role.

With Mrs Vidal’s departure, the Multi-Academy Central team are already working with our school to ensure administrative and business functions are centralised.  In the interim Mrs Knight, who has worked in the Lower School office before, will be taking over from Mrs Vidal. 

 

Online Safety Reminder

Parents and Carers - please can we ask you to be vigilant if you allow your child/children to use any technological device which has internet access.  We have heard reports of YouTube Kids containing corrupted and disturbing links to inappropriate content.  Please ensure that you help to safeguard your children from any inappropriate content by supervising your child or adjusting settings. 

Some advice can be found on www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety

 

Christmas Jumper Day

Christmas Jumper Day on 14th December 2018 has raised an amazing £256.30 for Save the Children!  Well done to everyone for taking part!  Please click here to see the lovely certificate that can be seen on display at both the Upper and Lower schools.

 

World Book Day – Thursday 7th March

Don’t forget we will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 7th March 2019.  For this exciting day it would be great if the students are able to dress up as a character from one of the books written by the author of their class; but any book character is also welcome! 

 

Competition!

Surrey Wildlife Trust are running an Art & Photography competition for children aged 8-17 years, to celebrate their 60th year of protecting wildlife in Surrey.  The categories for submissions are    

                     1.    Inspiring Nature

                     2.    Wildlife Under Threat

                     3.    Adaptation in an Urban Environment

Entry is open from now until 14th April 2019.

All shortlisted entries will be displayed at Guildford House Gallery from the end of May.  It would be fantastic if some of our talented artists were acknowledged!

For full terms and conditions, how to enter and more information please go to

www.surreywildlifetrust.org/what-we-do/about-us/wild-60/wild-surrey-art-photography-competition
 

The Word of the Week is

Upper School           ‘intransigent’ - unwilling or refusing to change one's views

Lower School            ‘variety’ – lots of different things