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Rothley Church of England Academy Newsletter February 2019

Welcome to the new format of the Rothley Church of England Academy Newsletter. After recently exploring this format with new initiatives such as the Rothley Review by Mr Mclugash (which has had over 1,000 views since the first edition) and the termly sports newsletter (which had over 430 views), we as a school, have decided to use this for the newsletter for the next few months. In the March Rothley Parent Liaison Forum (RPLF) we will look to seek feedback from you, as parents, on how you would like to receive the newsletter. We hope you enjoy this first edition

Message from

Mr Richards

What a fantastic start we have had back after Christmas. The children have been thoroughly enjoying the new term and are doing some fantastic learning in their lessons.

Mrs Meadows' class have performed their value assembly to their parents in school and it was a great turn out - thank you all for attending.

The next value will be Justice, which Mr Clark will be leading and Miss Patel's class will be doing their class assembly on the 19th March at 10:00 at Rothley Church.

A big thank you to all the parents who attended the Parents' Progress Meetings. These were very well attended by all year groups and are vital in developing our home / school relationship. I would like to personally thank you all for coming and supporting your children and the school.

I hope you enjoy reading the new format of the newsletter and I would appreciate any feedback.

Have a great half term and we look forward to seeing all the children back on Monday 25th February.

Rothley Parents' Liaison Forum

A quick thank you to all parents that took time to complete the first Rothley Parents' Liaison Forum (RPLF) which had a theme around the school website.

Here are the responses based on year group - click to enlarge.

The next survey has already been sent out and is all about the fantastic Rothley Review which Mr Mclugash does every half term. The children at this school have a love and passion for reading which is evident around the school.

Follow these links below to the RPLF and the current Rothley Review.

Toast Tuesdays!

Please see the flyer below with regards to a new initiative we are looking at trialing on Tuesdays from after half-term.

As this is a trial we will be doing different year groups for different Tuesdays. See below for details"

Tuesday 26th February - Year 3, 5 and 6 (year 4 on trip - moved to following Tuesday)

Tuesday 5th March-Foundation, Year1, 2,4

Tuesday 12th March-Year 3, 4, 5 and 6

Tuesday 19th March -Foundation,Year 1, 2

Tuesday 26th March- Year 3, 4, 5 and 6

Tuesday 2nd April - ALL CHILDREN!

Seesaw

The feedback from the Rothley Parent Liaison Forum was very positive with regards to the use of Seesaw across the school. Please make sure you are signed up to receive updates on your child's class, children's work and homework. A child can have up to 10 adults assigned to their class. Ask your child's teacher if you would like another QR code.

House Point Competition

Beaumanour enjoyed their non-uniform day in January for receiving the most House Points over the second part of the Autumn term.

The House Points were counted on Tuesday and it can be revealed that... SWITHLAND were the winners this half term!

Swithland will receive a non-uniform day (free of charge) on Friday 8th March

Below are the current overall standings:

As you can see, it is close! We are half way through the year, so all could change.

Young Voices 2019

In January, 30 of our Year 5 and 6 children were lucky enough to experience the musical extravaganza, Young Voices, at the NEC in Birmingham.

We sang with 6,100 other children in the world’s largest school choir alongside Tony Hadley, Sharlene Hector (AKA Basement Jaxx) and Britain’s Got Talent golden buzzer finalist Beau Dermott. It was incredible!!! The children sang their absolute hearts out after months of hard work and were a credit to the school. We are SO proud of them! Another school sitting nearby commented on how amazing our choir were and how we kept them going! We can’t wait to do it again next year!!! The current Year 4 and 5, watch this space…

Young Voices 2019

PTFA Build A Bear Valentines Day Competition

The name the bear competition winner was announced today in assembly. Congratulations to our winner who came from Mr Clark's class The name chosen was Karate Ted!

Our winner now has a £45 voucher to spend at any 'Build A Bear Workshop'

The PTFA raised over £70. Thank you to all the children for taking part and also staff and members of the PTFA who worked hard selling all those names!

Valentines Day non-uniform day

Thank you for your support of today's non-uniform day. Together we raised £373.00 for the HOPE charity, who we are supporting in memory of Madam Hooper.

Rothley Football

The year 5 and 6 football team have now started their new league at Wreake Valley College. After finishing 4th before Christmas the team have now been put in another league

The team have started well and have completed 2 weeks of games. Playing 7 and winning 2, drawing 2 and losing 2.

Current standings, click to enlarge

The team have more games to play to try and catch the leaders. Come on Rothley!

Below is a collections of all the fantastic displays around school

A selection of displays from around the school displaying our children's magnificent work and the inspiration of our very talented LSAs.

A selection of photos from our trip to Birmingham NEC for Young Voices 2019

Thank you for taking the time to read the new Rothley Newsletter. We would love you feedback before the March edition of the Rothley Parents' Liaison Forum so please feel free to email: jrichards@rothley.leics.sch.uk

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Created with images by Kelli Tungay - "Back to School" • DariuszSankowski - "old retro antique" • CordMediaStuttgart - "toast eat food" • mohamed_hassan - "winning success achievement" • Sharon McCutcheon - "Wool Felt Heart"

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