Monthly Archives: December 2017

Friday’s Carol Service

Dear all parents and carers,

Just to remind you children are able to go home after the carol service on Friday afternoon. The service will be finishing just before 2pm and therefore children are able to go home at this time. If you are not picking your child up from our classroom then they need permission to either walk to a sibling’s class or to walk home. If you give permission for your child to leave at 2pm then please make sure this is in writing either in their reading diary or on a note and passed to me before Friday.

Many thanks

Mrs Hickling

KS2 Children Perform at The Royal Concert Hall

On Tuesday the 12th of December, Year 5 and 6 pupils travelled by tram to The Royal Concert Hall to take part in Nottingham Music Hub’s ‘Christmas in the City’ concert. The children, who attend weekly Area Band rehearsals, were thrilled to be able to perform songs such as Coldplay’s “Viva la Vida” on the main stage and loved the experience of performing to a large audience. They are already looking forward to the next Area Band concert!

Waiting to go on stage!

Miss Watts

The Voice of Milford

As discussed in our Voice of Milford Assembly, Miss Marshall and Mrs Litchfield have selected 26 children from across the school to be this years ambassadors.

We have been very this term discussing how we are going to make an impact going forward.

Next half terms meetings will be:

Monday 15th January

Monday 29th January

Monday 12th February

Miss Marshall and Mrs Litchfield

Christmas holiday tasks

During the school holiday, I would like you to complete the five tasks below. They should be completed by Monday 8th January, as this is when they will be checked.

1) Choose a Book bingo activity
2) Choose a book that you like at home. Share the main parts of the story using no more than 5 sentences.
3) Practice your 2, 3 and 4 times tables. We will have a test on these in Week 1 of Spring Term.
4) Can you do some research about a topic of your choice?
Use the internet safely.
5) Merry Christmas Class 7! Can you share something exciting that has happened during your break? 

If you want to impress me even more on this date, you could:
1) Practice your spellings.
2) Apply your spelling knowledge by putting your spellings into super sentences!
3) Practice counting in 10’s, 50’s and 100’s.
I look forward to seeing your brilliant work when we are back at school 

Have a brilliant Christmas break!

Miss Marshall