Issue 4 ~ 2nd November 2018

Growth Mindset Mantra of the Month ~ ‘My brain is like a muscle that grows’

Indian Experience Day – Monday 15th October

Before half term the whole school took part in Indian Experience Workshops. Sunita led the workshops teaching children about Hindu and Indian customs and traditions. The children learned Indian dancing which was presented to parents during an assembly at the end of the day.

Football Tournament

Well done to Lyra, Finley, Hayden, Kaylen, and Thomas who took part in a football tournament with Litcham Primary and Great Massingham Primary.

KS2 Cross Country

Eleven pupils took part in West Norwich and Dereham School Sports Partnership cross country event at Taverham Hall. Despite the very wet weather all tried their hardest. Congratulations to Theo whose 10 place finish has led to a place in the next round. Well done to everyone. Thank you to Mr Fiddy and Mr Whitty for accompanying the children.

Post for the Office

To save queuing in the mornings, please feel free to drop any post for the office into the red box. The box is checked every day.

Friday Raffle

The next parents to donate prizes are:
9th Nov ~ Lenny
16th ~ Ellie-Mai

Hicking Regimental Museum Visit

Hickling travelled to Norwich Castle to visit the Regimental Museum as part of their project ‘Fields Familiar, Foreign and Far Away’. Pupils were able to research the lives of soldiers, examine soldier’s uniforms and accessories and learn about life during the war.

A message from FoDS

Thank you for the brilliant support for the cake sale. Families from Oulton Class did a great job providing the cakes which sold well, with a fabulous £65.00 being raised.

The Bag2school was also a big success and many orders for Christmas cards have been made. This year, fundraising is supporting playground equipment, French dictionaries for each class and the transport to the pantomime.

Our next planning meeting is on Wednesday 7th November at 2.30pm at the school. Come along to share your fundraising ideas!

Useful Website

www.parentzone.org.uk is a very useful website for parents. The site offers advice and resources covering all aspects of digital safety. Please take a look.

Parking

Please do not park on the yellow lines outside the school. This area is marked for safety reasons. It is an offence to do so.

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