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school news

World Book Day 

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. 

This year's World Book Day will be extra special for two very exciting reasons...

During the afternoon, children will be visiting Filwood Community Centre for a special assembly about the new Library that is being designed as part of the regeneration project. This will be an exciting opportunity to see their own plans coming to life!! 

Author, Illustrator, and friend of the school Karen George will be back at CTK once again to help Miss Garrett judge our 'Design a Book Cover' competition. This will be especially exciting as Karen has just won ANOTHER award for her book 'You're So Amazing' - it's always a pleasure to have a literary and artistic hero join us to help inspire our children! 

Lent Fundraising 

As you know, we kicked off our Lent fundraising today with CRAZY HAIR DAY!!

We had fantastic up do's, down do's, dye jobs, wigs and even some SCULPTURAL MASTERPIECES!! 

A big thank you to parents for going all out on the hairspray this morning, and to everyone for their generous donations! 

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

Wrap Around Childcare 

As you know, we currently offer wrap-around childcare to parents through Breakfast Club and Chill Time Klub. This means the school is open to children from 8am - 4.30pm for those that need the additional time. 

We have been asked by Bristol City Council to share the following survey with parents so they can evaluate the demand for wrap-around care across the city. 


Please complete the survey by Friday 8th March. 

Free School Meals 

You can apply for Free School Meals if you get any of these benefits: 

Children entitled to Free School Meals are also entitled to Pupil Premium which is additional funding for the school. 

If you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals, visit https://parent.bristol.gov.uk/web/portal/pages/parents/travel-and-free-school-meals

Remember, if your circumstances have recently changed, you may now be eligible even if you weren't previously. Applying is quick and easy and has no effect on your current benefits! 

Curriculum Overviews 

As you may be aware, our website provides a whole host of information on the subjects we teach as well as what your children are learning, and when. 

We have recently updated our individual Curriculum Overviews for each class and would love for parents and carers to take a look so they can get an in depth view of what their children are being taught throughout each stage of the year. 

Click here to be taken to out Curriculum Overview page 



Robins Foundation Easter Holiday Camps 

If your child is entitled to Free School Meals, the Robins Foundation are running holiday camps throughout the Easter Break. 

To apply for a space for your child visit: https://www.participant.co.uk/bristolcityrobinsfoundation/event/easter_2024_holiday_camps_knowle_02042024


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. 


Florence - for being a super artist when drawing and creating with materials.

                      Ugo - for making a great start in Reception!

Year 1

Siham - For her fantastic picture of Zacchaeus in her RE book. 

Year 2

Theo K - for your effort to use your manners and learning behaviour. You are so polite to all around you. Keep it up! 

Year 3

Leela- for being a fantastic independent learner and making amazing progress with bus stop division. Well done, Leela! 

Year 4

Maja- for her creative word bank that she created to write an acrostic poem 

Year 5

Ivan - for managing his distractions AND independently following the steps to complete short division using bus stop 

Year 6 

Conrad and Couture - for their commitment to and enthusiasm in early morning maths. 

last week's winners...

In Monday's Celebration Assembly, last week's winners received their certificates from Mr Condon! Well Done...


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