At CPJS, we believe that books are the heart of our imagination and we want to provide our learners with as many opportunities as possible to celebrate reading. That is why we have introduced the Reading Hero award. This award recognises the many different skills of reading and can be achieved by: reading at home, reading fluently in class, excellent answers during Reading lessons and many more! During Friday's assembly, our Reading Hero will receive their award and, on Monday afternoon, they will get to spend some time with Mrs Woolley to discuss their love of books!
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New Procedures for the Start of the Day
Dear parents and carers,
From Monday 4th November, we will be welcoming children at the start of the day in a different way. Currently children wait in the playground, then line up and walk in. Learning is often delayed as the unstructured time at the start of the day and leading a large group of children into the school is time consuming and challenging.
We will now open the doors at 8:55am and children will come into school as soon as they arrive. For Years 3 and 4 this will be straight in through their classroom doors. For Year 5, this will be through the first door on the right after you come in through the main gate. For Year 6, this will be through the door near the trim trail. Teachers will be in the classroom to greet the children.
To ensure we are keeping children safe, adults must not come into the school at any time via any door other than the main entrance (by the office) where they must sign in.
There will be members of staff at each door as well as on the main gate. If you have a message for your child’s teacher, it can be passed on through this member of staff. The main gate will open at 8:50am.
The gate will close at 9:05am as this is the time that teachers take the register. Children must arrive at school before this time.
The relationships between parents and teachers are very important to us and for that reason teachers are available to talk with you at the end of each day as class teachers will dismiss their classes as usual. If you would like to talk to your child’s teacher, after school is more appropriate as it will not impact on the safety or learning time of the class. If you have an urgent message in the morning, please pass it on quickly if your child is in Year 3 or 4. If your child is in Year 5 or 6, please pass it on through the member of staff who is at the door.
These new procedures are being implemented to give children a good start to the day and a settled start to their learning time.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Yours in partnership,
Mrs Claire Woolley
Deputy Head Teacher
Term 2 parents' evening
We apologise for the short notice but parents evening will be taking place next Tuesday and Wednesday 12th and 13th November between 3.30-6pm. If you cannot make any of these dates, please see your child’s teacher to arrange a different time to meet. This year we have introduced a new ‘online booking system’ which is on our website. This is a much quicker and easier way for you to book. You will receive a letter tomorrow which has all the instructions for you to follow. If you do not have any access to the internet, please inform the school office asap and they will be able to help you.
Just to inform you all, we have a new friends team.
Chair - Georgina Hopkins (Ivy Hopkins Mum)
Vice chair - Sunita Johnson (Alexis Johnson's mum)
Secretary - Rosie Griffiths ( Kerensa's Griffiths mum)
Treasurer - Sarah Ball
As part of the many events that the friends will be holding on Thursday for the Black history exhibition the friends will be holding a cake and Caribbean food sale with teas and coffees.
There will be cake, fried plantain, fried dumplings and festivals.
This will take place from 2.30
The first school disco will be on Friday 15th November themed - Lights linked to Diwali
Dear Parents and Carers,
We are writing to remind you that we are holding our Harvest Assembly on Wednesday 2nd October.
We are collecting non-perishable foodstuffs for the Julian Trust again this year. They rely on us to support the tremendous work they do with homeless people in Bristol, and this year it will probably be even more crucial. They are desperate for margarine, coffee, sugar, tinned meat and tinned vegetables, but are always grateful for any donations. We will be pleased to receive any contributions from Monday 30th September.
Last year, as in the past, we had a fantastic response from our families and friends in providing large amounts of food for the Trust.
Please have a look in your store cupboards and see if there is anything in there you can spare for those less fortunate. With your help we can, once again, show the caring face of our school and help the Julian Trust.
Thanking you in anticipation.
The School Council
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