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This Week at Titchmarsh...

Hello everyone,

Thank you for looking on our website and for supporting our school. 

TITCHMARSH CONTINUES TO BE A GOOD SCHOOL!

We are delighted to be able to share with you that, following our Ofsted Inspection in April, Titchmarsh Cof E Primary School continues to be a good school!

The full report can be found on the Ofsted website but we'd like to share a few of the report's comments:

From a parent - 'I couldn't wish for a better school for my children. They have flourished here.'

From the inspectors - 'This inclusive school has a warm and friendly atmosphere...and it has a family feel to it.' 'Staff have a good subject knowledge' (Maths) and 'the teaching of phonics and early reading is a strength.' 'The school values of hope, friendship, love, honesty and respect shine through.'

Well done to the pupils and staff for such an excellent report and thank you to everyone for their continuing support for the school. Well done, everyone!

NEW FOR THIS WEEK - Family Science Day at Oundle School is on Saturday June 18th and, as we are part of the Ogden Learning Trust, our families are welcome to join in the fun. To register your place, please follow the attached link: https://forms.gle/Ajf9qekKdTBPBmwM7

 CHATTABOX HOLIDAY CLUB

We are very excited to announce that Chattabox Holiday Club will be back this year on 15th - 19th August 2022, 9.45am – 12.30pm at Oundle C.E. Primary School, Cotterstock Road, Oundle.This year we are off to 'Watt-A-Lott Castle' on a Kingdom Quest, its going to be Watt-A-Lott of fun!  There will be knights and princesses, shields and castles and a whole lot of adventure to be had.

Booking is now open via our website - www.chattaboxoundle.co.uk.  The cost is just £25 for the whole week but please don't let the costs prohibit your child from attending, just email .

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We are gearing up for World Book Day next week - we're going to be reading 'The Book Collector' as a school and we've visits to the Kid Lit Festival in Oundle, too!!

Science Week Workshops: The Ogden Trust and the Oundle School Cluster are delighted to announce some forthcoming special events!

 

Children's Mental Health Week - see below for more details about all the activities we are running during the week with the children! There will also be visits to the park and special events every day for everyone to enjoy!

Thank you to Mrs Moulam and the staff for all their support!!

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Safeguarding Update - there is a flyer on our 'Safeguarding Page' for a webinar for parents on County Lines and Child Criminal Exploitation - please see the flyer for more details.

E-Safety Guides:

please follow the link to access a range of online safety guides: E-safety Guides for Schools | National Online Safety

ODD SOCKS FOR ANTI-BULLYING WEEK!

This year,  Anti-Bullying Week takes place from Monday 15th to Friday 19th November. The week will be launched with an Odd Socks Day on Monday 15th November, where pupils and staff will pull on odd socks to show we’re ALL unique and different, and to be kind to each other and respect each other’s individuality.

It’s a chance for Primary schools to mark Anti-Bullying Week in a positive way. The rest of your child’s school uniform should be worn as normal.

Little acts of kindness can break down barriers and brighten the lives of the people around us. This is one of the reasons that ‘One Kind Word’ has been chosen as the theme of AntiBullying Week. As a school, the pupils will be participating in a range of activities throughout the week, in line with our PSHE whole school half term theme of ‘Valuing Difference’. This will also include work on kindness, creating a whole school kindness tree, online safety and responsible use of social media and online gaming. We hope that the children will enjoy the week and find it valuable.

Mrs Moulam and Mrs Parsons


Our Prayer for Black History Month

Compassionate God

who sent Jesus Christ

to deliver us from all manner of injustices and inequalities,

create in us new hearts and enlarged visions,

to see the image of God in every person

irrespective of background, race and ethnicity.

May we be generous in our love of others

as we work towards ending misunderstanding, racism and injustice; creating

communities of human flourishing,

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

Amen.

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We have been awarded Music Mark and we are delighted!! Well done, everyone, for all your hard work in helping us achieve this!! We look forward to when we can have sharing assemblies to show off our musical skills!! Thank you to Mrs Little and Mrs Campbell for their work in developing Music in the school.

 

Mental Health Day was Sunday October 10th!

If you missed it, here are some links you might find useful:  The Optimistic October Calendar - this is packed with hints and tips to help you make the most of this month:  

If you fancy sharing a 2 minute video clip about resilience with your children or young people, check this out - 

  I like what Beano says  ‘Everyone sees my mischief, no one sees my emotions.’ Does that sound familiar?  We may talk about ‘children’s behaviour’ and that it isn’t acceptable – maybe it feels a bit tricky working with a child’s emotions, this video might help with those conversations.

Another recommended site with resources about Mental Health is Free practical mental health resources | Charlie Waller Trust.

We hope you find these resources useful! Please come and talk to your child's class teacher if you have any questions or concerns!

NEW! Local Offer 2021 - please see 'Useful Forms and Files' for the latest information for families with pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.

Keeping Safe Online - please the latest information and links to staying safe online from Childnet.

'On the internet' is a learning-to-read book for children aged 4 and above. The large, bright illustrations show all the different ways that the internet can be used for. 

Find On the internet here

A learning-to-read book

www.childnet.com 

Other Childnet books for younger children include: 

 Smartie the Penguin (3 to 7 year olds)

Digiduck's Big Decision (3 to 7 year olds) 

Digiduck Stories - Childnet

Remote Learning during COVID-19 Pandemic. With many young people now learning remotely, we have been contacted by a number of educators asking for permission to record readings of the Digiduck stories.

www.childnet.com

Thank you again for supporting Titchmarsh Church of England Primary School! Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you very soon!

Mr Carlyle, Miss G and all the Titchmarsh staff team.

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