House Sinai and Mrs Gomersall have raised £180 from selling homemade heart cookies. Every penny will go towards buying extra books for our Book Buster Club.
Thank you for supporting the school by purchasing the tasty treats.
Happy Valentine’s Day.
To help celebrate Valentine’s Day House Sinai have been busy baking heart shaped cookies. They will be selling the delicious presents at break time to raise money for more Book Buster books.
Large Cookies £1.50
2 Small Cookies £1.00
A huge thank you to Mrs Gomersall who volunteered to make the treats with our house leaders and donated all of the ingredients.
Yesterday, Sinai House Leaders did a great job organising a party for their house. This was a special reward for house Sinai winning the St Alban’s cup. They organised party food and games and a great time was had by all.
Cole and Katie gave a wonderful speech, praising children from each year group that have done so much to make our school a happier place.
Well done house Sinai- who will win this terms cup?
We look forward to seeing you at our Remembrance Service on Friday the 9th of November at 9:00am.
The bracelet sale has been a huge success and we have raised approximately £150 towards building a construction site for our foundation stage outdoor area.
Unfortunately, not all children purchased a bracelet as they sold out. So House Sinai have taken their orders and they will be ready ASAP.
The sale will continue next Friday.
From Friday, House Sinai are selling prayer beads in the school library for £1:50.
The beads remind the children of what they might like to pray for. For example, family, hope or courage.
The children are also selling Lord’s Prayer bracelets. These bracelets are to help children learn the Lord’s Prayer.
All money raised will go towards developing the outdoor area. We will keep you posted on how much money we have raised and what we have bought for the children.
Well done House Sinai!
Charity and House theme Elections – 9 July 2018
DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL
I hereby give notice of the number of votes cast for each charity:
|Charity||Number of votes|
|BLUEBELL WOOD HOSPICE||76|
|CANCER RESEARCH UK||58|
|ROTHERHAM FOOD BANK||31|
And I declare that the charity which the school will support is Bluebell Wood Hospice.
I hereby give notice that the themes for each House are as follows:
|Enterprise (Raising Money)||Sinai|
Dated: 9 July 2018
Today in collective worship we have been learning about democracy. On Monday 9th July the electoral roll will be setting up a polling station in our school hall. This is a great opportunity for the children to experience voting and learn about British values.
We will be asking the children to vote on which charity they would like the school to support. Which charity will they vote for? Here are their options:
Cancer Research UK
Bluebell Wood Hospice
Rotherham Food Bank
House leaders will be counting the votes and we will inform you of the result.
Today is St Alban’s Day
Our school sets huge value on the quality of courage so let’s take a moment to think about St Alban’s courageous act.
St Alban is venerated as the first recorded Christian martyr in England. His death came as a result of him shielding a priest to whom he had given refuge. It is in the nature of this story that it concerns one who gave his life for his values and beliefs.
Though a legend the story embodies something of the vulnerability that is required if we are to act in courage. Alban quite literally cloaks himself with the garment of the one he seeks to protect and, in doing so, takes his place.
(St Alban’s story: https://www.stalbanscathedral.org/history/story-of-st-alban)