Weekly News - 24th September 2018
|Thursday 27th September||4LM and 4SN Swimming|
|Monday 3rd October||Year 4 Tudor Workshop|
|Tuesday 4th & Wednesday 5th October||Year 6 Shakespeare Workshop|
|Monday 8th October||Flu Vaccinations in Years R-5|
Please remember that parents/visitors should speak with a member of staff in order to come into the building. Whilst we have great trust and faith in our parents, we cannot allow people to freely wander before and after school.
Now that all our pupils have started in Reception and the Nursery we will be locking down the school at 08:50 promptly. After this time Infant pupils, including Nursery, should go to the office and Junior pupils should go to the Year 3 door in the Millennium garden. After 9am all late pupils go to the office.
Nursery doors open at 08:30 and close at 08:50
The rest of the school opens at 08:40 and closes at 08:50
Start of day activities begin straight away and registers close at 9am. After this point a pupil is recorded as late.
On the 4th October we will be having a special lunch. The children this time have chosen Pizza! The children will have an option of three different types of Pizza, Chips or Jacket potatoes, Vegetables or Salad and a Chocolate cake with Custard. If your child already has a school lunch there is no need for you to do anything. This will be a free lunch for years Reception to Y2 and £2.20 for Years 3-6, this is payable via Parent Pay. If your child does not normally have a school lunch, please book here - Favourites Day!
October Half Term Club
This half term Pro Elite will be running our half term camp. Pro Elite currently run after school clubs daily across the whole school and also provide weekend indoor football clubs in our main hall. The children will be involved in activities ranging from football, parashoot games, multi skills games and much much more. To book please visit: Pro Elite Bookings. Leaflets will be out shortly if you require additional information please visit: www.efacademy.co.uk
Snacks at Breaktime and Wrap club
Please ensure that if you are sending in snacks for break time and for Raglan Wrap Club, that they are healthy snacks. We are a nut-free school so we should have no snacks with nuts or which contain nuts. If your child is attending Wrap they should have a packed tea or snack.
Please ensure that your child is wearing the correct uniform in school. If you are unsure about the uniform please see link, Uniform.
Raglan Wrap Club
Please ensure that payments are made on receipt of the booking confirmation letter. Parents who do not pay via childcare vouchers or tax free payments can be made via Parentpay, Click Here. If your employer provides childcare vouchers please do not hesitate to contact the Wrap email to advise us of your provider and we will issue you with our registration number, if you are interested in applying for Tax Free Childcare please Click Here. Please ensure that if any money is outstanding, or if you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please have a look at our plans for the coming weeks, Raglan Wrap Plans.
Please ensure your child has a packed snack for Raglan Wrap Club.
After Schools Clubs
Just a reminder that after school clubs for the Infants finish at 4.10pm and Junior clubs finish at 4.20pm unless otherwise stated. If children are not collected on time they will be sent to wrap club where you will be charged £5.00 for the session.
Scholastic Book Fair
A note of gratitude to everyone who supported our Scholastic book fairs last year. With commission earnt, we have been able to purchase a whole year group set of a high quality texts. That’s an amazing 120 copies of one book! We have only been able to do this with your generous support. There will be another book fair in November from the 15th until the 21st in time for some early Christmas shopping.
Raglan Music News
Instrumental and Vocal Lessons (Years 2 -6)
New applications forms for tuition starting in the SPRING TERM 2019 are now available for the School Office. Forms are also available from www.enfield.gov.uk (search Enfield Music Service). Forms should reach EMS by Friday 9th November 2018.
Instrumental lessons Autumn Term
Please inform us in advance if your child will miss their instrumental due to illness, school trips or appointments. Please email email@example.com ATTN. MUSIC TEAM
Enfield Music Service Open Day
|Saturday 29th September||9.15am-12.30pm|
|Houndsfield Primary School, Park Suite, Houndsfield Road, Edmonton N9 7RA.|
This is great opportunity for children to try out some instruments under the guidance of professional musicians and tutors, and for parents and pupils to find out about music lessons and music activities provided by Enfield Music Service, both in and out of school time.
In addition pupils and parents can observe and join in our activity sessions – Mini Music Makers, Music Club, Ukulele Clubs, Keyboard Group, Saturday Singers, Steel Pans.
For more information contact Enfield Music Service, 020 8807 8881
www.enfield.gov.uk (search ‘Enfield Music Service’ to find the EMS pages)
Raglan Sports News
It has been fantastic to see more children "Running to Tokyo," this week, but we'd love to see even more of our KS2 pupils coming for a run in the mornings. You can find out all the details for Run To Tokyo, Click Here
We are always keen for our children to participate in sport outside of school. We have contacts with a large number of external clubs for both boys and girls in a variety of sports. If your child would like to continue playing sport or would like to get some extra practice, in time for the December trials please get in contact with some of the clubs listed here External Clubs.
If any children would like a pair of football boots for free, please ask them to see a member of the PE Team. If you have any boots lying around at home, we are always very grateful for donations.
Congratulations to Alisha, Lila, Izzy, Mia, Jakub, Loucas, Luca and Conor who were announced as our Sports Journalists for this academic year.
Congratulations also to our Rattlesnakes (boys football) and Rebels (girls football) who both started their league campaigns with victories. The Rattlesnakes convincingly defeated Alma and Churchfield 5-1 and 9-0 respectively. Meanwhile the Rebels battled to a hard-fought 2-0 win over Edmonton County.
Raglan Art News
A group of Y6 children enjoyed a trip to the local park to explore making colourful and imaginative artwork out of natural materials in the beautiful autumnal environment.
Art Clubs have begun this week. Y2 were surprised to learn that the multi-coloured oddly shaped vegetables they were drawing were actually 'organic' courgettes from my local island farm shop! Y3/4 are focusing on textures and have begun to create stunning sunflower collages using a range of materials including pasta, peas and seeds. Y5/6 will be focusing on exploring colour inspired by autumn.
Y2 need small/medium cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and lids to make alien sculptures. Please bring them to the Art Room.
RSA Weekly News
Annual General Meeting - Friday, 5th October
As we are a registered charity we are required to have an annual AGM. This will be held on Friday, 5th October from 9-10am. Every parent at Raglan is an automatic member of the RSA and therefore welcome to come along. We would love to see you there. There will also be coffee and cake.
At the AGM we vote in a committee who have responsibility to coordinate activities for the year. Anyone can be nominated for any of the positions including; Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer and Secretary. If more than one person is nominated for a post, then those present at the meeting will vote. The person with most votes will be elected.
In order to nominate someone please go to our webpage or Classlist where we will be posting a nomination form. These nomination forms should be returned to the School Office by Thursday, 4th October by end of the day.
Last year the RSA introduced an App called Classlist to help keep in touch with other parents/carers in the school. You can also access it through a web browser. Please sign up if you haven't yet done so at www.classlist.com and search for The Raglan Schools. There is now another Raglan school on there so please select the right one :)
Each year we ask for volunteers to be Class reps for the school year. The main purpose of this role is to keep people informed of the RSA fundraising events. Some reps also arrange social evenings and Christmas and end of year gifts for teachers. If you would like to be the class rep for your class please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org