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St. Stephen’s Church of England Primary School, Lambeth

News Archive November 2017

Respect Newsletter
A fun newsletter, on the subject of Respect, for parents and pupils...
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...This term we will be focussing in school on the value RESPECT. We hope your family will find these ideas helpful as you explore the value and have fun together.

Articles include:

  • TALK ABOUT - Respect together
  • READ TOGETHER ... Moses and the Burning Bush
  • THINK TOGETHER - About words of wisdom
  • An American Indian Tale
  • HOME-SCHOOL CHALLENGE - Who do you respect?
  • FASCINATING FACTS
  • FAMILY FOCUS

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St. Stephen’s Events – Autumn 2
Dates for your diary...
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DATE EVENT TIME
Thurs 2 Nov Growth mindset parent’s workshop 9.00am and 5.30pm
Thurs 9 Nov Year 6 Collective Worship in Hall 10.45am
Tues 14 Nov Prayer meeting 9.00am
Thurs 23 Nov Y5 Collective Worship in Hall 10.45am
Fri 24 Nov Parent’s Evening 1.45pm
Tues 12 Dec Prayer meeting 9.00am
Fri 15 Dec Christmas Carol Concert at St. Stephen’s Church 2.00pm
Fri 15 Dec Christmas Fair 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Tues 19 Dec Key Stage One Nativity Performance in Hall 2.00pm
PARENT DROP-INS
Mon 6 Nov Y1 Guided Reading drop in 9.00am - 9.30am
Tues 7 Nov Y6 Guided Reading drop in 9.00am - 9.30am
Wed 8 Nov Y3 and y4 Guided Reading drop in 9.00am - 9.30am
Thurs 9 Nov Y5 and Y2 Guided Reading drop in 9.00am - 9.30am


Our Harvest Festival
We celebrated the harvest on the 18th October...
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...Many thanks to our staff, parents/carers and pupils!

Your generous donations during Harvest Festival will go towards helping the needy in our local area. The Vauxhall Food Bank will be distributing the donations.

This year was a ‘bumper year,’ we received so many bags of food. Thank you for your support.

The choir sang in front of the school during the Harvest Festival.


October 20th Newsletter
News from the school every week...
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...the St Stephen's October 20th Newsletter.

Topics included in this week's newsletter:

  • Harvest Festival
  • New Christian Value - Reverence
  • Class attendance table
  • Growth Mindset Parent Forum
  • Pen licence award
  • Meeting Neal Zetter at Charing Cross Library
  • Diary dates

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Half term project
Why not create an exciting project to represent the place that you come from...
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...Autumn Curriculum Theme Project

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

Over half term, can you create an exciting project to represent the place that you or your family come from?

Some ideas include:

  • A map to show where your family are from
  • A poster to represent your country
  • an A-Z of special items from a certain country.

Could you make your work 3D?

Please bring your exciting projects back to school during the first week of term (Monday 30th October)

Certificates for the best entries will be handed out in assembly when we are back in November!


October 13th Newsletter
News from the school every week...
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...the St Stephen's October 13th Newsletter.

Topics included in this week's newsletter:

  • Our new House Captains are announced
  • Secondary School Place for 2018/19
  • Class attendance table
  • Harvest Festival
  • Diary dates

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October 6th Newsletter
News from the school every week...
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...the St Stephen's October 6th Newsletter.

Topics included in this week's newsletter are:

  • Applying for secondary school places
  • Black history month
  • Class attendance table
  • Parking safely when dropping off children
  • Diary dates

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October is Celebrating Black History Month
This month kicked off with...
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...the pupils learning about why we celebrate Black History Month.

Each class will focus on an important person or event.

The pupils will share what they have learnt in Friday's 'Cultural Afternoon' & future newsletters.

 



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