Charity Fun Run

w/e 21st November 2014
Charity Fun Run
This year the School Council have chosen ‘Get Kids Going’ as
our chosen charity instead of taking part in Children in Need.
‘Get Kids Going’ aims to help disabled people into sport and
get involved in team activities.
On Friday, 21st November the
School will hold a ‘fun run’ with
donations of £1 minimum per child.
KS1 children will run as many laps
as they can in 5 mins and KS2 will
have 10 mins. Children can dress
up as a sports person for the day.
If you don’t want to run you can
still support the Fun Runners by
donating and cheering them on. Your return slips need to be
returned to the office as soon as possible with your donation.
Spare slips are in the office.
Mrs Austin and her husband will be competing
in the London Marathon to support the charity.
Forest School
We went to Snapper which is a place in the
forest where scouts go to camp. There were other
schools there. We made boats out of sticks and willow
and other things that were there. We had races with
them. Also we made lanterns and tongs. We enjoyed
it very much because we liked making the boats.
Lily Shaddick and Charlie Sparks in MPE
Can we please have your empty jam jars to make into
lanterns for the Christmas Fair.
Thanks to
Specsavers for donating some Hi-Viz
jackets to highlight
Devon Autumn Games 2014
Sticklepath took a team of three to the 2014 Devon
Autumn Games at the Tarka Tennis Centre. Bobby
Martinelli, Ethan Brown and William Turnstill got a
chance to try out some new sports: Ergoe Canoe
Challenge, Trampolining and Laser Shooting. They
also got to meet GB diver Pete Waterfield. He
brought along his Olympic silver and Commonwealth gold medals for the boys to see. It was a
very inspiring morning seeing so many children
taking up new challenges and sports that they
would not normally get to try out.
A Change in the Weather
Your child will need to bring a coat to school
now that the weather has become cold and
wet and windy
PTFA NEWS
Scholastic Orders Christmas catalogues have gone out.
Please have orders back to the office by Monday, 17th
November or order online by that date. Cheques payable
to Scholastic Ltd.
Craft Club Come and join in next Wednesday, 19th
November, 9-11am in the Children’s Centre.
Christmas Fair Friday, 5th December, 5-7.30pm.
We need your help please Volunteers to help in the day or evening
 Send in filled jars, full bottles, cuddly toys and unwanted
gifts
 Raffle Tickets will be coming home today. Please sell and
return money or unsold books by Wednesday, 3rd
December
the awareness of
 If you can source fake snow/Styrofoam shapes please let
us know
Road Safety Week
 Decorate stocking envelopes, fill with coins and return
and for their support
of various children’s
School projects in
the future.
Non-Uniform Day Friday, 5th December. Your payment will
be a donation to the Tombola, Hamper Raffle or a full bottle.
NOVEMBER LOTTERY WINNERS
1st £15 Jane Challacombe
3rd £5 Sharon Heard
2nd £10 Helen Cook
Tel: 01271 342455; email: [email protected]
Happy Birthday
Lucy Gibson,
Brooke Woollacott,
Aaban Aslam,
Mack Hawkins,
Dylan Dayman,
Caitlyn De’Ath,
Mia Parker,
Hana Wilkins,
Joshua Baker
Faith Hemmings, Riley Cowell, Amber Dewberry,
Ben Rous, Euan Greenslade, Barnabus Paxton,
Chloe Rumble, Nicola Osumek, Zak Williams,
Saaim Aslan, Ella-Mae Dutt, Charlie Fisher,
Skye Parsons, Harriet Jones, Danni Tardito
Trust Update
The Trust Schools have met this week to discuss the Governments new approach to assessment. The Schools will
be working together after Christmas to implement the
changes required.
Parent Café - Monday, 9-10am with Mrs Hartland who will be discussing the Learning Pit and
the Brain Science behind learning.
MPE & DMK
Dinner money should be put into
Monday
a NAMED purse or envelope.
With 100%attendance
17th to 21st
November
Freshly baked sausage rolls Served with
fresh mashed potato , baked beans or peas
Homemade cheese & onion quiche with
fresh mashed potato , baked beans or peas
3rd to 7th November
Well done!!!
Homemade
Chocolate
chip shortcake
Dates for your Diary
Tuesday
Mon
Homemade beef lasagne served with garlic
bread & green salad or mixed vegetables
Homemade cheesy pasta served with garlic
bread & green salad or mixed vegetables
Cheese &
crackers or
Fresh
Melon
1711
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Tues
Fresh roast beef & Yorkshire pudding
served with fresh carrots, sliced beans &
roast potatoes with gravy
Homemade lentil loaf served with fresh
carrots, sliced beans & roast potatoes
Hotdogs with curly fries & spaghetti
hoops or sweetcorn
Veggie hot dog with curly fries &
spaghetti hoops or sweetcorn
Breaded coddies served with golden fries
& seasonal vegetables
Beanshoot & stirfry vegetable wrap with
golden fries & seasonal vegetables
18/11
Vanilla ice
cream &
sprinkles
Homemade
vanilla
sponge
topped
with jam
Homemade
custard
biscuits
Jacket potato with beans, cheese or beans and cheese is available every day. Please place your order in the morning register.
Weds
19/11
Thurs
20/11
Fri
21/11
Sun
9-10am
9.30am
LunchtimeLunchtime
3.30-430pm
Evening
Parent Café, Children’s Centre
With Mrs Hartland
School Nurse (height/weight Yr6)
Yr4 Guitar Club
KS2 Recorder Club (Advanced)
KS1 Gym Club
Tarka Starlightz (Majorettes)
Lunchtime
Afternoon
Evening
KS2 Recorder Club (Beginners)
Keyboards
Slimming World
9-11am
Lunchtime
3.30-4.15pm
3.30-4.30pm
5.30-8pm
Craft Club in Children’s Centre
KS2Choir
Yrs 4/5/6 Netball Club
KS2 Gym Club (ABA/GBA)
Youth Club
Lunchtime
Lunchtime
Lunchtime
Afternoon
3.30-4.30pm
Evening
Yr5/6 Cross Country Club
KS1 Recorder Club
Yr 4/5/6 Ukulele Club
Yr3 Swimming
Yr 5/6 Drama Club
Tarka Starlightz (Majorettes)
All day
Morning
Lunchtime
Lunchtime
3pm
Evening
Fun Run for ‘Get Kids Going’
Guitars
Yr 3/4 Cross Country Club
Yr 3 + KS1Ukulele
Book and a Biscuit HPE/ASL/EMA
Bingo
Morning
Coastal Community Church
23/11
Tel: 01271 342455; email: [email protected]
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