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WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

Issue 27– 27th April 2018

SCHOOL NEWS

On Wednesday we welcomed a new student.  Her name is Ljyn Al Sheikh-Taleb, she is 7 years old and lives in Westminster. She has joined Pluto class.

 

SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS

Parents will have received their child’s individual, group and whole school photographs.  All payments will need to be sent back to school by the 2nd May.

 

MARATHON MAN STRIKES AGAIN

Mr. Croyle is at it again!

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sam-croyle9

 

PANATHLON SWIMMING EVENT

The following students represented Parayhouse and LBH&F on Thursday 26th April-

Edie Patrick-Hussey, Ellis Zoppola, Yaseen Eldarrat, Toby Georgiadis, Max Wraith, George Stribbling  and Edward Hill

Mr. Koper writes……

On Thursday, eight students represented Parayhouse School at the swimming Panathlon. It was a great day out and they all did extremely well.

Ellis said “I had a fun day out with everyone and my favourite event was the treasure hunt"

Here are a few pictures…

 

 

Also, on Monday, Emma from Panathlon came into school to do the Panathlon challenge with Pluto, Neptune and Saturn. The Students had great fun and all received medals and certificates at the end. Here are a few pictures from the event. 

 

LORDS CRICKET EVENT

Tuesday 24th April 2018

On Tuesday the entire school made their way to Lord's Cricket Ground, to watch a female match. All the staff and students had a wonderful time and felt very privileged to be at such an iconic pitch.

Parayhouse students were, as ever, excellently behaved, particularly on the underground and on our walk to the grounds. I was very proud of them all.

It was a fantastic day and thank again to Mr Cayford, for organising it for us all. 

Miss Pembroke 

 

Information from Turtle Key Arts

I just wanted to get in touch about another project that my team at Turtle Key Arts runs called 'Musical Portraits'. We have been running this project in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery and Wigmore Hall for 8 years now. It is a 4 day summer school for young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions where they get to explore art and music, creating their own pieces or art and compositions at the end. This is a completely free project for the young people.

If you think any of your students and/or their parents would be interested in this fantastic opportunity, then do pass it on. Below is all the details and information on how to apply.

I hope the next workshop goes well, and I can't wait to see the final day of dance!!

Best wishes,

Kelly – Turtle Key Arts

INTERESTED IN ART AND MUSIC?

Then this is the project for you!

MUSICAL PORTRAITS IS FREE AND LOTS OF FUN

Come and join us during the summer holidays for Musical Portraits, a music and art project specifically designed for young people aged 10-14 years with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
 

MUSICAL PORTRAITS 2018 IS ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT PREVIOUSLY HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE PART IN THIS UNIQUE PROJECT.

Over the course of four days you will get the opportunity to:

Work with professional artists & musicians

Create your own art & music as part of a group& individually using the portraits at the National Portrait Gallery as a stimulus

Perform the music you have created for an invited audience of friends and family

WHAT BETTER WAY TO START THE SUMMER BREAK?

APPLICATION FORM & MORE INFORMATION
www.turtlekeyarts.org.uk/mp

PROJECT DATES: Mon 30 July to Thurs 2 August inclusive
TIMES: 11am – 3.30pm
PROJECT VENUES: National Portrait Gallery & St-Martin-in-the-Fields, London
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Fri 25 May

 

PHOTO CONSENT

URGENT REMINDER

General Data Protection Regulations [GDPR]

You may be aware that there are new data protection rules coming in from May. We therefore need to seek your consent with regard to taking your child’s photos.  If you have not returned the consent form another copy is attached, please return this to school asap.

 

LUNCH MENU

Next week we will be on week 3. Lunches cost £3.15per day, this can be paid daily, weekly or termly.  If you wish to pay by online banking please call and we will let you have our banking details.

 

ASSEMBLIES

Assemblies take place every Friday.  Parents, family and friends are welcome to join us but please arrive in plenty of time as everyone attends and the office is unmanned.

Summer Term

Friday 27th April – General Assembly-3pm

Friday 4th May – Parayhouse has talent- assembly time to be announced

Friday 11th May – General Assembly 3pm

Friday 18th May – Jupiter Assembly 2.40pm

Friday 25th May – General Assembly 3pm

Friday 8th May – General Assembly 3pm

Friday 15th June – Eid Assembly – 2.40pm

Friday 22nd June – General Assembly – 3pm

Friday 29th June – Saturn Assembly -2.40pm

The 29th June will be the last assembly of the summer term due to Residential camps.

 

SWIMMING

Saturn – Wednesday 18th April – Wednesday 23rd May

Please can I remind you that swimming costumes/trunks must be navy blue or black.

Please remember to send your child in with their swimming costume, towel and liquid shower gel.

 

SUMMER TERM 2018

95% and above is our target! The national target is 96.4%

Week

Pluto

Saturn

Jupiter

Neptune

Mars

Total

SUMMER  TERM 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

w/e 20th April 2018

91.1%

94.3%

97.5%

83.3%

87.5%

91.3%

w/e 27TH April 2018

85.5%

90.9%

98.0%

96.7%

87.5%

91.4%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachments:   

Photo Consent form

 

DIARY DATES 2017/18

Changes and additions will be highlighted
 

MAY

Thur 3rd – Neptune to Music workshop

Fri 4th – Parayhouse has talent

Mon 7th – Bank Holiday – SCHOOL CLOSED

Mon 14th – Living Eggs delivered

Tues 15th – Jupiter and Saturn to Vauxhall City Farm

Thur 17th – Sailing Day for Jupiter/Mars

Thur 17th – Pluto/Saturn Music workshop

Mon 21st – pm -Neptune to Safety and Citizenship event

Tues 22nd – pm –Saturn to Safety and Citizenship event

Thur 24trh – am –Jupiter to Safety and Citizenship event

Thur 24th – GCSE Maths exam paper 1

Fri 25th – Chicks collected

Mon 28th May – Fri 1st June – HALF TERM

 

JUNE

Mon 4th – Student intern from University of Northern Denmark starts

Tues 5th – Neptune to Vauxhall City Farm

Thur 7th – GCSE Maths exam paper 2

Mon 11th – Pepperdine University, Malibu, California starts work experience

Tues 12th – GCSE Math exam paper 3

Thur 21st – London Children’s Ballet perform The Canterville Ghost

Saturday 23rd – SCHOOL GARDEN PARTY

Tues 26th – Mars to Vauxhall City Farm

 

JULY

Mon 2nd – Fri 6th Pluto, Neptune and Saturn to Residential camp

Mon 9th – Fri 13th Jupiter and Mars to Residential camp

Wed 11th – HPV Vaccination and Yr10 booster

Mon 16th – Sports Day

Wed 18th – Prize Day and Leavers Ceremony

Thur 19th – Last day for students

Fri 20th – Last day for staff and Sarah Jackson