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Hope you are all having a lovely Christmas Hols.
Just a gentle reminder that you need to have practiced all your table facts for 2014,
Here they are if you are confused:
2×2. 3×2, 4×2, 5×2, 6×2, 7×2, 8×2, 9×2, 10×2.
3×3, 4×3, 5×3, 6×3, 7×3, 8×3, 9×3, 10×3.
4×4, 5×4, 6×4, 7×4, 8×4, 9×4, 10×4.
5×5, 6×5, 7×5, 8×5, 9×5, 10×5.
6×6, 7×6, 8×6, 9×6, 10×6.
7×7, 8×7, 9×7, 10×7.
8×8, 9×8, 10×8.
Number of facts =9+8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1=45 although you should know the 2x and 10x facts so its only 7+6+ 5+ 4+ 3+2+ 1= 28 facts to learn!
GO FOR IT!
DAVY NEWLETTER- DECEMBER 2013.
Well done to Jack for winning the ‘Neatest Handwriting ‘ , in Davy, and to Sidnie for ‘Most improved.’ Their work will be displayed in the hall with other super writing from other classes. (Also on the Davy Blog).
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
Don’t forgot to come to the CAROL SERVICE @ St MICHAEL’S CHURCH on MONDAY 16th DECEMBER @ 7.30.
Pupils from TRELAWNEY and DAVY need to be in the Church Hall, next door @ 7.15 so we can gather-CHRISTMAS HATS ARE WELCOME!
Look out for the super Angel painting, produced by Rhea and Lucy,that is hanging with the School canvases in the Church- All of the work looks beautiful!
PERRAN BAY ART PROJECT:
I am very pleased with the high standard of artwork produced by Davy, which will be presented to the Perran Bay Residential Home in Perranporth. The work, depicting our beach, is a collection of paintings to decorate the walls of their new extension. The work is painted in acrylic paint on canvases and is of an excellent standard. They will soon be on the blog so look out for them!
This will offer a lovely opportunity for our children to make links with the older folk of the village and offer a permanent bright vibrant contribution to their home.
We will visit Perran Bay in the new year to present them. THANK YOU TO MRS KELLY!
Don’t forget to pop into the MEMORIAL HALL on SATURDAY 14th DECEMBER for the CHRISTMAS FAYRE!
Lots of lovely stuff to buy, including ‘yummy and smelly’ things from DAVY CLASS!
CLASS XMAS PARTY- Friday 20th- Can boys bring savoury and girls bring sweet food to share, thank you!
OWN CLOTHES TOO!
Thank you to all those adults who were able to come to our Class Assembly- I was very proud of the children, their singing and presentation.
Well the end of the academic year is rapidly approaching and there is so much achieved and still more to do!
SATS TESTS.A GREAT BIG THANK YOU TO THE MATURE WAY THAT OUR Y6 PUPILS ALL APPROACHED THEIR TESTS- THEY WERE A REAL CREDIT TO THE SCHOOL.ALSO WELL DONE TO THE SMALL GROUP WHO HAVE ATTEMPTED THE LEVEL 6 TESTS-THESE WERE SERIOUSLY TRICKY AND WERE CHALLENGING FOR THE ADULTS TOO! WE DO NOT RECEIVE CONFIRMATION OF THEIR FINAL SCORES UNTIL EARLY JULY SO WE WILL SHARE THESE WITH PUPILS AND PARENTS AT THIS POINT.
TRANSITION FROM Y6 TO Y7. The transition to Secondary School continues with preparation and visits to Secondary Schools:
RICHARD LANDER PUPILS ; TUESDAY JUNE 11TH IS A DAY OF DT WORK WITH MRS WATTS, FROM RLS, FOLLOWED BY AN EVENING FOR PARENTS AT PERRANPORTH SCHOOL AT 6PM.
RLS TRANSITION DAYS ARE ON TUESDAY 2ND AND WEDNESDAY 3RD JULY –PUPILS WILL BE PICKED UP, BY COACH, FROM PERRANPORTH SCHOOL AT 8.40 am.
TRANSITION DAY- WEDNESDAY 26TH JUNE –PUPILS WILL BE PICKED UP FROM PERRANPORTH SCHOOL, BY COACH,AT 8.40am.
SPORTS DAY KS2. Sports Day this year for KS2 will be on Thursday 20th June at 1.30pm.
DAVY PRODUCTION- MON 8th July @ 7pm, TUES 9th July matinee @ 2pm and evening performance @ 7pm. We are in full flow with our rehearsals and preparation for the play-Please help us to make it successful by encouraging your child to share learning of lines and by helping them to get costumes and props organised.
SCHOOL CAMP AT PORTHPEAN- 15th-17th July 2013.
Thank you for your response to the letters for Camp- Most of the money is now in-£130 total, that includes a non-returnable £20 deposit. Please settle up quickly with any outstanding money owed. Please start to look at the kitlist over ½ term hols so any missing items can be bought or, even better, borrowed!
Many thanks, Nigel Paterson and Linda Kelly.