Lawley & Overdale Parish Council have rescheduled the Queen Jubilee Family Party on the Green Open Space, Off Waterloo Road, Overdale (e.g., where the park is located), just down from the School.
It will now take place on Sunday 17th July 2022 between 11.00am – 15.00pm. There will be free buffet food and free children’s activities such as inflatables, face painting and traditional garden games, plus some music playing from the different decades.
This morning, the children watched a really engaging performance by the Loudmouth team. This was followed by powerful workshops that covered different types of abuse including domestic abuse. We discussed our trusted adults who we can talk to about our worries and recapped the PANTS rule.
The theme for Art day this year was Art and Geography, celebrating artists from all around the world.
Year 6 had a brilliant Art day, celebrating the work of Katsushika Hokusai, with a particular focus on the Great Wave Off Kanagawa.
We began the day with some map work and researching Japan. We then explored and commented on his work, experimented with hot and cold colours, before creating our own final, chance to shine piece.
Can you spot any Telford landmarks hidden between the waves?
BBQ Family Lunch is on Tuesday 19th July starting from 11.45am to 1pm.
Burger, wedges, beans and peas
Vegetarian option – Quorn burger
Vegan option- Vegan burger
Biscuit selection and cupcakes
Please log on to ParentPay to book and pay for meals. Meals need to be ordered no later than Tuesday 12th July. Meal tickets will be issued for booked meals when you arrive for the family lunch.
If a BBQ isn’t your favourite then why not join in by bringing your own healthy packed lunch!
It will also be a chance for your children to share the work that they are doing in class and show you around school.
We apologise in advance for any queues that may build up. Our kitchen team try their best to serve up as quickly as they can!
Please do join us!
This week the group split into two units. One group created a program with a sprite whose eyes followed the mouse (or even another automated sprite) whilst the other team created surprise animations to shock the viewer. It is amazing to see the children expressing themselves through Coding.
Ariana in Year 5 was Star Coder this week for her incredible “Emergency Code” in which she created a multiple question quiz in just 5 minutes.
We are suffering ongoing issues with a few children who sneakily drop food under the tables at lunchtime.
Very often this food has hardly been touched e.g. whole apples and sandwiches.
Some children are throwing food under the table that has been supplied by home and other times it is food supplied by school.
It is really important to have conversations and better still get children involved in making their own packed lunches so that they have some control over what it is they will eat. Our teams try so hard to ensure that children are eating a good lunch so they have enough energy for their afternoon sessions.
I have asked our catering managers to come into school to see if they can do anything differently in order to prevent school food from being dropped on the floor.
We understand that some children are just so desperate to get outside to play that they rush their lunch. However, during assembly we will again be discussing the need to slow down and eat a good lunch.
Thank you for your ongoing support.
Today in Code Club we followed a tutorial to create a game inspired by Pong which is celebrating its 50th birthday this year! The children added variables to show the score increasing, Game Over screens and other features to entertain or challenge any gamer.
Star Coder this week was Kyron in Y5 for his resilience. He showed excellent logic and evaluation skills to help him debug his algorithm.
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