Year 6 school journey to Mill Rythe

Day 1

After an uneventful transit and safe arrival we sat down to a picnic lunch bathed in glorious sunshine… A promising start to the week. The children settled into their groups after lunch and cracked on with the afternoon activities which were a series of team-building initiative exercises for two of the groups and an afternoon at the pool for the other two. Dinner was welcomed by all and followed by an early night to rest some clearly tired bodies and minds so as to be ready for a packed schedule tomorrow.

VOLUNTEERS
Are you looking for a change in career?
Are you looking to get back into work following a break?
Do you have skills that you feel we could use in school?
At Montbelle Primary we are always happy to welcome volunteers who are looking to gain experience within the school environment. If you are interested in giving your time to develop your skills of working with children, please email admin@montbelle.org.uk or phone 0208 857 3909 with your name, contact details and an overview of what area you would like to volunteer in. One of our senior staff team will be in touch to arrange an appointment to meet and discuss any opportunities we may have.
 
All volunteers will be subject to all the necessary safeguarding checks.
READING SUPPORT
Do you have a few spare hours a week? Could you come in and listen to some of our children read?
Reading is of huge importance to a child’s education and helps set a child up for life. We have a number of parents, carers, family members and people within our community who come to school each week and listen to children read. We are not asking you to teach a child to read, just to give some extra time for children to read aloud, talk about the book they have read and develop their confidence in reading aloud.
If you feel you could give a couple of hours each week, on a regular basis, please email admin@montbelle.org.uk or phone 0208 857 3909 with your name, contact details and an overview of what you would like to help us with. One of our senior staff will be in touch to arrange an appointment to meet with you.
All volunteers will be subject to all the necessary safeguarding checks.

Club Information

Dear Parent/Carers,

It’s now time for you to renew your interest and subscription for our spring term clubs. The final day for club sign up is Wednesday 28th March 2018 – after this date any late applications will not be processed.

 

Clubs run by… SPORTacus Progressive Sports Montbelle Primary School
Starting Week Beginning: 23rd April 2018 23rd April 2018 23rd April 2018
Ending Week Beginning: 2nd July 2018 2nd July 2018 2nd July 2018
Note Club will run for 10 weeks Clubs will run for 10 weeks

 

CLUBS WILL NOT RUN DURING THE HALF TERM HOLIDAY (28th May – 1st June 2018)

There have been some changes to clubs for next term, so please see the table below for the new timetable. Providers and costs to clubs are on the clubs own letters.

Please note, you MUST apply for each club directly to the separate club providers. For example, if your child would like to attend Football, Gymnastics and Film Club, you will need to hand in three separate envelopes to the office, clearly stating:

  • your child’s name
  • the club you are applying for
  • the club providers name along with payment in full

 

We will not be able to provide change at the office so please send in the correct money or cheque.

 

THE FULL AMOUNT MUST BE PAID WHEN SIGNING UP FOR A CLUB

 

Code of Conduct

Parents MUST ensure that the Code of Conduct is signed by both the parents and children and returned to the office so that we have a record for every child participating. Children will not be able to take part in clubs without the signed Code of Conduct.

 

REFUNDS

School cannot refund any money once the child has registered for the club.  This includes illness, days out on class trips or if your child chooses not to go to the club.

 

CLUBS BEHAVIOUR

In the past, it has been reported to the school that some lapses in good behaviour have been witnessed whilst attending club activities. We recognise that this behaviour has occurred as isolated incidents and that the vast majority of attendees are very well behaved; however, we must bring this to your attention and respectfully ask all club attendees to display good behaviour at all times and to respect both the school, coaches and other club participants. So that we can monitor any concerns of unacceptable behaviour and prevent continuing incident, a record sheet will be given to each club coach where they will record inappropriate or disruptive behaviour.  This will then be fed back to the child’s parents and a first warning given. If a child has two recordings in any one club they will be excluded with no refund of subscription fee.

 

SNACKS

Children will not be allowed to eat snacks during club times. If you do wish to provide a snack for your child they will be encouraged to eat before or after the session. This must be a healthy snack, ie fruit, not sweets or crisps.

 

TIMETABLE:

Day Club Time Year Group Venue Provider
Rainbow Rhythm  12.30 -1.00

&

1.00-1.30

 

R,1&2

&

KS2

LH Rainbow

Rhythm 

(Edit Leach)

Street Dance  3.30 – 4.30 KS1 & KS2 LH Progressive Sports
Ballet

** New Club ** 

8.00 – 8.45 R – Y6 LH Progressive Sports
Tennis

 

12.30 – 1.30 R – Y6 UH SPORTacus
Football 

 

3.30 – 4.30 R – Y6 LH, UH SPORTacus
Girls Football

 

3.30 – 4.30 R – Y6 Outside SPORTacus
Film Club  3.20 – 4.25 FS2 & KS1 ICT Suite Montbelle
Film Club  3.30 – 4.30  KS2 6VB

Classroom

Montbelle
 

 

 

Womble Ensemble 12.30 – 1.00

&

1.00 – 1.30

R, 1&2

&

KS2

LH Edit Leach
Summer Athletics Club 3.30 – 4.30 Y2 – Y6 Outside SPORTacus
Art Club 3.30 -4.30 R – Y6 DT Room Art Reach
Thurs Gymnastics

** Day Change **

8.00 – 8.45 R-Y6 LH Progressive Sports
  Boxing Club

** New Club **

12.30 – 1.30 R-Yr6 UH SPORTacus
  Olympics 3.30 – 4.30 R-Y6 UH SPORTacus
  Tri Golf 3.30 – 4.30 R- Y6 LH SPORTacus
Fri Chess 12.30 – 1.30pm R-Y6 Library SPORTacus  

INTERNET SAFETY

To access parental controls and privacy settings  across a range of internet providers, gaming consoles, phones and apps please visit the internet matters website.

https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/interactive-guide/

 

 

NSPCC  and O2 Share aware Campaign please take a look at this for help and advice concerning your child/children and the internet.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/

Due to the recent events which happened in Manchester and London the NSPCC have also issued a supporting page on their website offering guidance for parents on how to offer support to their children.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-we-do/news-opinion/supporting-children-worried-about-terrorism/