Please find a copy of the letter all children will be sent home with today, with further details regarding sports day on Thursday. The weather forecast looks good!
Next Saturday, some of our musicians will be performing at the farmers market at St Mary’s churchyard in Moseley. Please come along and support them if you can. See more details in the poster below.
Please see our breakfast and after-school club provision for Summer Term 2 below. The sessions will run over a 5-week period from Monday 13th June to Friday 15th July 2022. Please see the table below for the information relating to each club. To secure your child’s place within a club you will need to reserve a place through the online booking system provided by Schoolzine, and then pay the balance using Schoolmoney.
|Day / Time||Club||Cost||Year Groups||Available Places|
|Monday (3:15pm-4:15pm)||Football (Premier Sport)||£3/session (£15)||R, 1, 2||20|
|Monday (3:15pm – 4:15pm)||Netball (Ms Lodge)||£3/session (£15)||3,4,5,6||20|
|Tuesday (3:15pm-4:15pm)||Cricket (Warwickshire Cricket Board)||£3/session (£15)||3,4,5,6||20|
|Wednesday (3:15pm-4:15pm)||Street Dance (Fusion Dance – Amy Morris)||£3/session (£15)||3,4,5,6||30|
|Thursday (3:15pm-4:15pm)||Tennis (Ray Blundell – Kings Heath Tennis Club)||£3/session (£15)||3,4,5,6||20|
|Friday (3:15pm-4:15pm)||Leapfrog Multi-Sports||£3/session (£15)||R,1,2||12|
Please click on the relevant links below to book your child’s place:
Football (EYFS/KS1) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/75 (20 places available)
Netball (KS2) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/76 (20 places available)
Cricket (KS2) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/77(20 places available)
Street dance (KS2) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/78 (30 places available)
Tennis (KS2) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/79 (20 places available)
Leapfrog Multi-Sports (EYFS/KS1) – https://woodthorpejis.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/80 (12 places available)
Once you have booked a place using the online booking system (Schoolzine), you will get a confirmation email that will prompt you to pay for the session using Schoolmoney. https://login.eduspot.co.uk/public/portal/parent/?app=schoolmoney&source=website&version=20190314
You must pay for the session to confirm your child’s place. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to speak to either myself or the school office.
Our ‘Breakfast Clubs’ will also return from this week too. These are free of charge and there is no need to pre-book onto them. Parents/Carers do not need to collect their children at the end of their session, they will be supervised by members of staff from 08:30 onwards.
|Day(s)||Breakfast Club||Timings / Location|
|Monday and Thursday||The Daily Mile||08:30-08:45 / Playground|
|Wednesday||Wake Up, Shake Up Dance||08:30-08:45 / School Hall|
Thank you for your continued support.
Mr M Trevor
Deputy Head Teacher
Congratulations to Year 1 who achieved an attendance % of 98.0% during w/c Monday 16th May 2022. Years 1, 2 and 4 only accrued a single late mark each throughout the same week. (23 in total) #AttendanceMatters ✅📈📅⏰
It’s as close as ever in our @the401challenge USA Challenge! 🇺🇸 We now have 3 classes with 10K+ miles completed! Only 4 miles separates 2nd (Y3) and 3rd (Y2) place! We hope you’ve had an active half term everyone! #WJISPESSPA
Can you complete this Marble Run Challenge? You can work independently or collaboratively with friends and/or family members.
Watch the video below and see the attached image for more details.
Children can take a photo/ video of their marble run in action and send these in to y3@firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, they can bring their marble run to school (if possible) week commencing 6th June.
Ms Owen (Science Lead)
In history we have been learning all about food. We began by looking at how cooking appliances have changed and then were fortunate enough to time travel back to the Stuart times and meet King James I who taught us all about food in the 1600s. We then had a visit from Miss Lucy’s grandma who talked about food when she was a little girl. We created questions to ask a grandparent.
Please remember to ask your and bring your answers back to class on the first TUESDAY back after half term.
Today, we found out the history of the potato. Now it’s your turn to find out about your favourite food.
Use the sheet to find out about your favourite food. King James wants us to present our findings so please bring your findings back to class on the first TUESDAY back after half term.