Dear Parents / Carers
Mrs Kazmi returned from maternity leave on Wednesday 19th January 2011 to teach in Celtic
Class on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mrs Dunmall will continue to teach on Monday
and Tuesday. Many thanks to Mr Jankowski, who has covered in Celtic Class since September
Mrs Jariwalla, Teaching Assistant in Reception, left at the end of the autumn term and Mrs
Schofield, one of the dining hall staff, left at the beginning of term, both of whom we would like
to thank for their support.
Congratulations to Max Wood (Norman Class) who won the bike in
the Star Chart End of Term Raffle.
Well done to those pupils listed below who were awarded Gold Certificates and End of Term Merit Certificates
for their hard work and efforts throughout the autumn term.
Gold Class
Silver Class
Bronze Class
Cream Class
Orange Class
Yellow Class
Purple Class
Blue Class
Norman Class
Victorian Class
Elizabethan Class
Stuart Class
Celtic Class
Roman Class
Viking Class
Windsor Class
Georgian Class
Luke Petralia
Bonnie Patrick
Safah Adami
Merylee Carli
Jan Blaszczyk
Abinaya Sivananthan
Omar Jan
Matthew Tierney
Qasim Bhatti
Archie Wolthers
Jack McMahon
Emily Taylor-Wyness
Danielle Nisbet
Mya Bajwa
Amie Monk
Abisan Amirthalingham.
Sinead Phillips
Gold Class
Silver Class
Bronze Class
Cream Class
Orange Class
Yellow Class
Purple Class
Blue Class
Norman Class
Victorian Class
Elizabethan Class
Stuart Class
Celtic Class
Roman Class
Viking Class
Windsor Class
Georgian Class
Preethy Balakrishnan
Jimmy Finnan
Charlie Crane-Moore
Maximillian Demarcsek
Mamuna Bhatti
Reece Holland-Cox
Sydnie Robotham
Rohini Bhari
Hassina Adami
Lama Zibara
Phoebe Cates
Steisi Hajdari
Sophie Hughes
Thomas Windmill
Harley Randall
Jasneet Hayer
Ahmad Nazir
Each month class attendance figures are published. The information detailed below is for the
period of September 2010 to December 2010:Bronze Class
Silver Class
Gold Class
Yellow Class
Orange Class
Cream Class
Purple Class
Blue Class
Elizabethan Class
Victorian Class
Norman Class
Celtic Class
Stuart Class
Viking Class
Roman Class
Windsor Class
Georgian Class
As you can see no class in either the Foundation Stage (reception) or KS1 have an attendance
of over 95%. Although it is the time of colds and flu, good attendance is really important for
children’s progress.
Congratulations to Roman Class who had the best attendance record for the autumn
term, with seven pupils achieving 100% attendance and four pupils achieving at least
Funds of £337.68 were raised from the funds raised leading up to the Christmas
period which have been donated to the McMillan Nurses charity.
Friends of Michael Sobell House would like me to pass on their thanks to everyone
who took part in the CHRISTMAS BELLS 2010 appeal. £95.30 was raised through
the sale of Christmas soft toys.
My thanks go to everybody who supported these two very worthy charities.
Currently we are planning services that will be delivered out of the Children’s Centre.
These will commence this term and you will receive details in the next newsletter. In the
meantime, we continue to make the final changes by adding the necessary furniture,
signage, etc
Curriculum booklets for each year group advising you of the themes
your child will be covering this term have been circulated. If, for any
reason, you did not receive a copy please contact your child’s
Homework will be issued to those year groups where the homework
schedule is different to that in the autumn term.
Bronze Class have now moved into their new classroom. As a result of this, we have asked that
only parents/carers of reception children use this as an entry and exit point. The reason for this is
to ensure the safety of some of our youngest pupils and reduce congestion in this area.
Thank you for your support in using other entrances and exits.
Following comments from parents and governors it has been agreed that items such as
chocolate and other items of high sugar content are discouraged from children’s lunch boxes.
This month we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Year 2 Reading Club,
supervised each week by Mrs Dowsett.
It was ten years ago that in an effort to raise reading skills Mrs Nunney and
Mrs Dowsett developed the idea of the after school extra reading sessions
for Year 2 and secured the support of Year 7 pupils from Swakeleys and
Since then a second club has been set up for pupils in Year 1 and now both
clubs are supported by Charville children from Years 5 and 6
A well-attended meeting was held recently at the school, led by John McDonnell (MP), to
discuss the proposal by Highbridge No2 Limited to develop the Hayes Business Park grounds.
Although no firm proposals have been put forward, the company is currently canvassing local
opinion, attitudes and requirements. There will be further meetings to inform parents/carers
and residents of developments and these will be circulated to you in due course.
‘Look Who’s Talking!’ is a borough-wide competition for children in Key Stages 1 and 2.
Before Christmas we asked the children in Years 1 to 6 to prepare a presentation entitled
‘My World’, where they could talk about something that is important in their world, and
learn a poem to recite to the class. Competitions were held in class and children were then
selected to represent Charville in the borough heats. The winners for each age group were:
Year 1/2 Brandon Scully
Year 3/4 Lama Zibara
Year 5/6 Moonsun Bharj
All children did extremely well in the heats and were all selected to participate in a ‘Public
Speaking’ workshop. Brandon and Moonsun will also represent Charville in the finals of
the Look Who’s Talking competition at the Civic Centre in February.
We all wish them both the very best of luck!
11 Jan
13 Jan
18 Jan
18 Jan
19 Jan
20 Jan
21 Jan
25 Jan
26 Jan
26 Jan
1 Feb
8 Feb
9 Feb
15 Feb
16 Feb
17 Feb
28 Feb
1 Mar
7-25 March
(date to be confirmed)
8 Mar
8 Mar
9 Mar
14 Mar
18 Mar
22 Mar
1 Apr
7 Apr
7 Apr
8 Apr
Start of The Spring Term
Bikeability Course for Year 6
ICT Course for KS2 Parents 10 Weeks
Bikability Course for Year 6
Dental Health Workshop
Brookside School – Brain Games Year 2
Sportshall Athletics Botwell Sports Centre Year 6
Year 5 Victorian Day
Dental Health Workshop
Bikeability Course Year 6
Year 2 SATs meeting
Bikeabilty Course Year 6 (Final Assessment)
Celtic Class Assembly
Charville PTA meeting
Year 4 Trip to Hampton Court
Viking Class Assembly
Year 3 trip to Natural History Museum
Half Term
Training Day
Training Day
Year 6 Junior Citizen Project
Year 2 Trip to London Zoo
Norman Class Assembly
Charville PTA Meeting
Parent’s meetings regarding MLE – 3.15 pm & 6.00 pm
Charville PTA Race Night (tbc)
Parents Consultation Evening
Mothers Day Assembly for Reception - pm
End of Spring Term
Charville PTA Discos (KS1 – 5.30-7.00 : KS2 7.3 – 9.00)
Training Day
Please find attached the School Terms & Holidays
for 2011 – 2012.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011 - 2012
Autumn Term 2011
Training Day
Term starts
Training Day
Half Term
Term Ends
Monday 5th September 2011
Tuesday 6th September 2011
Friday 21st October 2011
24th October – 28th October 2011
Friday 16th December 2011
Spring Term 2012
Terms Starts
Training Day
Half-term Holiday
Term Ends
Tuesday 3rd January 2012
Friday 10th February 2012
13th February – 17th February 2012
Friday 30th March 2012
Summer Term 2012
Term starts
Half-term Holiday
Training Day
Term Ends
Training Day
Monday 16th April 2012
4th June – 8th June 2012
Friday 22nd June 2012
Friday 20th July 2012
Monday 23rd July 2012
Autumn Term 2012
To be advised
Bank Holidays 2011 / 2012
Boxing Day Holiday
Christmas Day Holiday
New Year’s Day Holiday
Good Friday
Easter Monday
May Day Holiday
Spring Bank Holiday
Queen’s Jubilee Holiday
Summer Bank Holiday
HOLS 2011 - 2012
26 December 2011
27 December 2011
2 January 2012
6 April 2012
9 April 2012
7 May 2012
4 June 2012
5 June 2012
27 August 2012
Dear Parents/Carers
January 2011
Able, Gifted and Talented Nomination Form
The Able, Gifted and Talented Register is a document used at
Charville to record all pupils who exhibit one or more of the following
• ABLE – very high ability, potential or attainment in one or
more subject areas
• GIFTED – exceptionally high ability, potential or attainment in
core subjects, or outstanding ability in a single subject
• TALENTED – very high ability, potential or attainment in
sporting or creative subjects, such as music, art, dance or ICT
If you think that your child should be on the Able, Gifted and
Talented Register, please fill in the details below and return the
form to Mrs Nunney, Co-ordinator for Able, Gifted and Talented
pupils at Charville.
1. Full name:_____________________ Class____________________
2. Please briefly explain what your child is Able, Gifted or Talented in
3. Evidence
Please specify level of attainment if possible.
If you require an additional nomination form, please ask Mrs Nunney