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Saint of the Week & Worker of the Week 24th October -28th October Half Term Monday 31st October School reopens 8th November Class 1 trip to Childhood Museum 14th November Anti Bullying Week 22nd & 23rd November Parents Evening Class Assembly Dates 2nd November Class 4 9th November Class 3 16th November Class 1 30th November Class 6 Worker of the Week Kenzie for incredible resilience in test condions. Class Dojo Winners Individual Winner: Nina with 50 Dojo Points! What a great week for Nina. Saint of the Week last week for bravery and resilience during a challenging football tournament and now top of the Dojo Leaderboard this week! Nina won the majority of her points for kindness throughout the week which sums up her character and personality perfectly. Thank you Nina, you are a superstar. Class Winner: Class 1 with 970 Dojo Points! Congratulations to Class 1 for a very positive Dojo total this week. The majority of their points were won for active listening and hard work and it is an excellent way to end their first half-term in Key Stage 1. Great work! Keep it up. Top Scores: Reception: Jailen with 23 Dojo Points, Class 1: Bernise with 39 Dojo Points Class 2: Finlay with 28 Dojo Points Class 3: Olive with 42 Dojo Points Class 4: Mack & Zainab with 19 Dojo Points Class 5: Leila with 37 Dojo Points Class 6: Nina with 50 Dojo Points Saint of the Week Class 3 for welcoming a new member of their team so posively. E – Safety Workshop for parents – Wednesday 16 th November at 5.00PM! Wondering how to make sure your child uses the internet safely? Need help with filtering information that is unsafe? Need practical tips on keeping you and your family safe on line? This is the workshop for you! I have organised for an E Safety expert to lead a session on keeping safe on line. This will be a great opportunity for you to be part of some practical tasks and ask questions! To find out more ahead of the meeting go to the CEOP website – the link is on our school website! Mrs Pouso, Computing Leader. Class 6 needs your help Class 6 are collecting kitchen rolls for a their project - please could you collect kitchen rolls only for them and bring them into school for Miss Douch. Thank you Class 6 DARES Holiday Club is being run by Herne Hill Baptist Church from Year 1-6, come along and have some fun.

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  • Saint of the Week & Worker of the Week

    24th October -28th October Half Term

    Monday 31st October School reopens

    8th November Class 1 trip to Childhood

    Museum

    14th November Anti Bullying Week

    22nd & 23rd November Parents Evening

    Class Assembly Dates

    2nd November Class 4 9th November Class 3 16th November Class 1 30th November Class 6

    Worker of the Week

    Kenzie for incredible resilience in test conditions.

    Class Dojo Winners

    Individual Winner: Nina with 50 Dojo Points! What a great week for Nina. Saint of the Week last week for bravery and resilience during a challenging football tournament and now top of the Dojo Leaderboard this week! Nina won the majority of her points for kindness throughout the week which sums up her character and personality perfectly. Thank you Nina, you are a superstar. Class Winner: Class 1 with 970 Dojo Points! Congratulations to Class 1 for a very positive Dojo total this week. The majority of their points were won for active listening and hard work and it is an excellent way to end their first half-term in Key Stage 1. Great work! Keep it up. Top Scores: Reception: Jailen with 23 Dojo Points, Class 1: Bernise with 39 Dojo Points Class 2: Finlay with 28 Dojo Points Class 3: Olive with 42 Dojo Points Class 4: Mack & Zainab with 19 Dojo Points Class 5: Leila with 37 Dojo Points Class 6: Nina with 50 Dojo Points

    Saint of the Week

    Class 3 for welcoming a new member of their team so positively.

    E – Safety Workshop for parents – Wednesday

    16th November at 5.00PM!

    Wondering how to make sure your child uses the

    internet safely?

    Need help with filtering information that is unsafe?

    Need practical tips on keeping you and your family

    safe on line?

    This is the workshop for you! I have organised for

    an E Safety expert to lead a session on keeping safe

    on line. This will be a great opportunity for you to

    be part of some practical tasks and ask questions!

    To find out more ahead of the meeting go to the

    CEOP website – the link is on our school website!

    Mrs Pouso, Computing Leader.

    Class 6 needs your help

    Class 6 are collecting kitchen rolls for a their project - please could you collect kitchen rolls

    only for them and bring them into school for

    Miss Douch.

    Thank you Class 6

    DARES Holiday

    Club is being run by Herne Hill

    Baptist Church from Year 1-6,

    come along and

    have some fun.

  • Class Two trip to Shadwell Fire Station

    On 11th October, Class Two travelled to Shadwell Fire Station to find out more about the Great Fire of London. We looked at the clothes that the

    firemen used to wear in Victorian times. We also had a chance to experience how it feels to wear them.

    The brave group of children from Year 2 also visited Pudding Lane where the fire started. The children and adults walked up the 311 steps to admire

    the view of London.

    Thank you to all the parents for their great help

    during the trip! Class Two is looking forward to our next trip.

  • Collective Worship

    For the first time our Faith Group ran our collective worship this Monday. They introduced our weekly topic of Faith. They started

    with a game where Evi (year 6) had to have faith in his little brother Eden (year 1) that he would catch him as he fell backwards.

    Evi showed real faith in his brother and with the little help of Mr Sharp was caught by Eden.

    The children then acted out the story of Daniel in the Lion’s den, where Daniel shows great faith in God even though he is close to

    death. There were certainly some very convincing lions!

    Nina (year 6) then got the children to think what we can learn from this story. Eliza (year 3) then finished our collective

    worship with a prayer which she had written

    herself.

    ** PTA NEWS **

    Autumn Cake Sale - Friday 4th November, after school We are having another of our very popular cake sales, this

    time with a Bonfire Night theme, after school on Friday 4th

    November. Please donate any home baking, cakes etc on the

    day, and do come along to enjoy the goodies.

    EASYFUNDRAISING.ORG.UK As we are nearing the time of Christmas shopping, don’t for-

    get you can earn money for St Jude’s every time you shop

    online, at no extra cost to yourself - 1. Head to https://new.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/

    stjudesprimaryschoolhernehill/ and join for free.

    2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the

    site you want and start shopping.

    3. After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to

    your good cause for no extra cost whatsoever!

    There are no catches or hidden charges and St Jude's Primary School

    will receive the donations.

    Thank you for your support.

    Second-hand Uniform There are currently lots of second-hand items of

    uniform, washed and in good condition, available for free. Please let us know if you would like anything. The

    items are being kept in the school office.

    St Jude’s Christmas Fair - Friday 9th December,

    3:30pm-5pm - Please donate any unwanted material for us to make new

    bunting for the school. - Thank you to everyone who

    donated jars, we now have enough!

    If any parent/ grandparent/ carer/nanny or child would like to

    make something to sell at the craft table at the Christmas Fair,

    please contact [email protected]

    St Jude’s PTA Christmas card project You should have all now received the Christmas card pack in

    your child’s book bag. Do let us know if you haven’t.

    A reminder that the deadline for handing in the artwork,

    order form and PAYMENT IN CASH is Wed 2nd Nov.

    This will ensure that we receive the finished cards in the last

    week of November. Please hand in to the class teacher, the

    school office or Rachel Murphy (details below).

    Ideas for artwork and a copy of the order form can be found on

    the website: http://www.cauliflowercards.co.uk/ .

    Any questions please contact Rachel Murphy (Isla-class 4 &

    Erin-class 1): [email protected] or 07958

    377117

    Mailing List Please let us know if you would like to be added to the PTA

    mailing list: [email protected]

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  • In October the children from St. Jude’s had an opportunity to work alongside the artist Victor Szepessy, transforming the Brockwell Passage. Children were

    very creative with the colours and their designs. In November you will be sent an invitation to the Grand Opening of the Brockwell Passage! On that

    day we will reveal the winner of the Brockwell Passage Tag Competition. Watch the space!

    A big thank you to the parents that helped

    with decorating the passage. We are sure

    you enjoyed that as much as the children!

    Thank you to all of the children that took part in

    the Brockwell Passage Tag Competition. We are

    going to announce the winner at the Grand

    Opening in November.

  • Black History Month Author Visit!

    St Jude's were lucky enough to have the pleasure of story telling sessions run by Faustin Charles, author of The Selfish Crocodile and Once Upon an Animal.

    Faustin Charles 'reads and creates amazing books and stories.' Kenzie (Y6)

    Faustin Charles hails from Trinidad and told us that he grew up hearing his Grandma's stories and that was what encouraged him to write his own. 'When he was young, his brother was the sporty

    one but he told us he liked books and poems.' Kiara (Y6) Every child experienced his story telling and he even asked some children to come up and act out his stories! He finished some sessions with a fun game that has already been played in the playground. The whole school was buzzing with enjoyment after his sessions. He is a fantastic story teller. 'He was hilarious when

    he was acting out his belly rumble.' Joshua Y6 He is such an inspiration for our Family Learning Project - he travelled from the Caribbean to London so that he could publish his stories. What determination!

    Parrots in Brockwell Park

    Class 1 had some very special visitors this week. Lucy Reynolds and Jenna Herman from our local community came in to share their new book with our class. The book hasn't even been published yet! We listened to the story - about two children and parrots in a park - and spotted parrots in the beautiful illustrations. We then had to act as book critics and gave our feedback on the story. It was such an exciting morning and the children were so enthusiastic and imaginative.

    Jaiye's favourite part was 'when the parrots came out of the tree.' Theadora liked the parts 'when the boy was telling his sister about the parrots.'

    And Stella thought it was funny 'when the girl didn't believe that parrots existed in the city.'

    Here are some words we chose to describe the book: colourful - Anna sneaky (parrots) - Ena jolly - Bill

    Thank you so much to Lucy and Jenna for sharing their wonderful story and we look forward to reading it again when it is published!