15 lucky Year 5 students were selected to enjoy extra curricular activities at the Saints Study Centre. They have been doing lots of different activities to enhance their skills and improve self confidence and widen their social network. So far, the children have had a drumming and circus skills session.
Look out for times when Doctor Bike is in school, you can bring your scooter or bike to get fixed and become roadworthy.
Don’t forget to be bright and be seen during the winter months and don’t forget to wear your helmet at all times!
Want to learn how to support your child’s English or improve your own English skills?
Come along on Fridays 9:30-11:30, where a Northampton College tutor can help you learn.
A group of year 5 girls have achieved their level 1 certificate in Bikeability.
Well done girls
Years 5 and 6 will have a chance at gaining their level 1 and 2 certificates in June. If you would like your child to have the opportunity to gain confidence and knowledge around being safe on the roads then look out for the letter in May.
Remember – Make sure your bike is road worthy at all times and dont forget your helmets.
PB Buddies is peer mentoring.
If the children have any concerns or worries within school they can pop a note into the worry boxes that are present in each class room.
Once these worries have been overlooked by myself, the specially trained PB Buddies can work through the worry with the child in question giving them help, advice and support.
This is a wonderful initiative that has been running for a good few years here at Kingsley. It allows the children to trust and help eachother. It gives people confidence and a boost of self esteem to know that they have helped one of their peers.
The school council are currently in discussions with each of their classes about ideas for the new outside learning space. This space will be within the courtyard once the building work is complete.
The school council will then bring all the ideas together and consolidate them before presenting them to Mrs Lane and the Governors.
Helping everyone to learn in different ways.