parents' evening - monday 18th & tuesday 19th march ⭐

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school news

Lent Fundraising 

As always we will be raising money throughout Lent for various charities. We will be kicking things off on on Friday 1st March....

We will be running a different activity every Friday until the end of term

4th -8th March - Easter Colouring 

Friday 15th March - Penny Trail 

We are asking pupils to bring in change in order to create a huge penny trail around the school playground. 

Friday 22th March - Break the Rules Day 

Children have the chance to break some of our school rules!! More details to follow! 

Thursday 28th March - Easter Egg Raffle

We will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 8th March. 

Children are welcome to come into school dressed as their favourite book character, however this is optional and children will not be expected to be in fancy dress if they would prefer not to. 

As part of our World Day celebrations, in the lead up to the day, Mrs Garrett will be running a 'Design a Book Cover' Art Competition! 

The competition is open to all children and will be judged by friend of the school and fantastic author Karen George! There are some fantastic arty prizes to be won so do encourage your child to take part! 

Educational Visits 

At CTK we pride ourselve s on the opportunities we provide our children in order to enrich their curriculum. 

This year already, we have been able to take the children out of school on some fantastic educational visits, and we have more planned to support their in-class learning. 

We have recently had a number of children deciding amongst themselves that they 'just don't want to go' out of school on visits and events. Whilst we are always happy to discuss any concerns that parents and children may have around trips, as they make up part of the curriculum, it is essential that all children attend. 

Of course there may be times when children cannot attend off-site visits - medical exemption for example - however this must be discussed on a case by case basis with the class teacher. 

Thank you for your continued support with this issue. 

Year 6 Parent Coffee Afternoon - Thursday 29th February 

We would like to invite parents of Year 6 children to join us for a cuppa from 2.45pm on Thursday 29th February. 

This will be an informal get-together to enable parents to get to know each other. The sessions will be run by Mrs Selway who will be on hand to answer any questions that parents may have and support with any concerns raised. 

We hope to be able to offer coffee afternoons for each year groups on a weekly basis, so please keep an eye out for details of dates for your child's year group! 



If your child has received a Head Teacher Award this week, you are welcome to join us for Celebration Assembly on Monday to help them celebrate as they are awarded their certificate. 

Please arrive at school at 2.40pm ready for assembly to start at 2.45pm. 


Jagoda, Ivy N and Ellie - for independently making their own books based on the story of Dear Zoo. 

Year 1

Ellis - For his fantastic independent effort to invent his own short story.

                Rayjan - For being a super addition to Year 1.  He is already setting a positive example for others to follow and is always very polite. 

Year 2

Daniella - for an all round amazing week! You are always engaged with your learning, keen to ask and answer questions and your work is always presented to the highest standard - fantastic! 

Year 3

Jamaica- for responding well to feedback in English and writing some super sentences about Stone Age Boy using the past progressive tense. Well done, Jamaica! 

Year 4

Daiquari - for his accurate scientific understanding of our investigation 

Year 5

Filip, Victor and Frazer - for their great teamwork in drumming when following the notes. 

Year 6 

Kalvin and Ella - for their thorough research about Bishop Declan - they found out so many interesting facts about him and his life. 



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