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Governors Newsletter Edition 9

Please have a look at our latest school newsletters below to keep up to date with all that is happening in our school

Newsletter 12 July
A very busy week at Kingshill!

On Monday Opal class visited the Tithe Barn in Nailsea. They were given a traditional Victorian lesson and were provided with Victorian items of clothing to wear. They learnt about the Tithe Barn when it was used as a school, and were able to take part in games and activities of the time.

Newsletter 5 July

Newsletter 28June
Sports Week Special!
A jam-packed week this week at Kingshill!

Newsletter 21 June
Last Friday the Summer Fair was held in the hall due to the weather – but it didn’t dampen any spirits! Everyone had a lovely time and my thanks go to the KFA for organising this.

Newsletter 14 June
What has happened to the summer! My goodness what a wet week! But that didn’t stop us having a great week of learning and activities.

Newsletter 7 June
I hope everyone had a wonderful half term break. It was lovely to see the children back on Tuesday, ready to learn and to enjoy the final term of the year.

Newsletter 24 May
We have come to the end of term 5 here at Kingshill – it’s been a short but very busy term! We now look forward to a break to refresh and prepare for term 6, we have much to look forward to next term including Sports Day, the Year 6 show and the trip to the Countryside Day, Singing Festivals and lots more

Newsletter 17 May
This week our year 6 pupils have done their SATs tests. I am so proud of them – they have had a fantastic attitude all week and my thanks go to the staff who have supported them in preparing for this time.

Newsletter 10 May
I hope everyone enjoyed the Bank Holiday on Monday, what a treat to have an extra day off!
Although it’s been a short week, it’s been very busy and I have seen some amazing learning across the school.

Newsletter 3 May
I hope everyone enjoyed the Bank Holiday on Monday, what a treat to have an extra day off!
Although it’s been a short week, it’s been very busy and I have seen some amazing learning across the school.

Newsletter 26 April
Welcome back everyone. I hope you enjoyed the Easter Holidays. We were certainly blessed by some wonderful weather!
The children have settled back into school well, ready to learn and are looking forward to being able to get outside much more.

Newsletter 5 April
So we come to the end of term 4. I can’t believe it’s nearly Easter!
I don’t think we could have packed more into this week! It’s been a real celebration of learning!

Newsletter 29 March
On Monday night I was thrilled to be able to attend the North Somerset Dance Festival at the Weston Playhouse. It was a fantastic evening and our team of dancers were amazing! Well done to the children and a special thanks to Miss Ham and Miss Pennell who choreographed the dances and trained the team!

Newsletter 22 March
The teachers here at Kingshill have been working closely together for some Joint Professional Development. They have enjoyed spending time in each other’s’ classes and teaching together. This not only benefits them but it also gives the children a chance to see different teachers working

Newsletter 15 March
This week we have had parents’ evenings. Thank you to all who came and thanks to the staff who as always put a lot of time and energy into these important occasions.

Newsletter 8 March
On Monday Emerald Class went to the Tithe Barn in Nailsea for a fantastic day being immersed in a World War 2 experience.

Newsletter 1 March
Welcome back everyone – I hope you enjoyed the half term break – especially the beautiful weather!

Newsletter 15 February
It’s hard to believe it’s half term already. What another busy term we have had!

Newsletter 8 February
This week I am focusing on the youngest and oldest pupils at Kingshill, I never cease to marvel at just how much they develop between Reception and year 6!

Newsletter 25 January
I did a learning walk this week and the children told me about some fantastic learning at Kingshill.

Newsletter 18 January
It’s been a busy, varied week!
We finished the week with our wonderful Christingle Service – a very special event which all the children love. Thank you so much for your generous donations to The Children’s Society.

Newsletter 11 January
Happy New Year to everyone and welcome back to a new term! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and enjoyed your Christmas Celebrations! I wonder if you have made any New Year’s Resolutions? In Collective Worship on Monday we talked about trying to do new things and continuing to make our school a fantastic place to learn

Newsletter 21 December
So, we come to the end of the Autumn term and are now excited for Christmas! It has been a very busy time in school recently and full of Christmas activities and celebration!

Newsletter 14 December
As we approach the end of term, we have enjoyed a very busy week here at school!
It’s been a showbiz week here at Kingshill!

Newsletter 7 December
As we approach Christmas, this season of Advent brings excitement and anticipation for all the fun and festivities to come! Play rehearsals are getting better each time and the choir are learning their Christmas Songs.

Newsletter 30 November
Sapphire Class had a fantastic day when they visited ‘We the Curious’ in Bristol. They took part in an “Earth, Sun and Moon” workshop learning about the seasons, and watching the Magic Globe which shows the movement of the Earth.

Newsletter 23 November
On Monday we had a visit from Richard Lancaster from Greenpeace. Years 2 – 6 enjoyed a very informative session about the plight of the Rainforests and especially the plight of the orangutans – he shared the story ‘There’s an Orangutan in my Bedroom’. The children were very interested and wanted to ask lots of questions!

Newsletter 16 November 
This week was National Anti-Bullying week across the country. We started the week with an assembly about ‘Choosing Respect’ which is the slogan for this year. Children have been discussing this important issue during circle time and PHSE lessons too.

Newsletter 9 November

Newsletter 25 Oct
This week our community groups met for the first time, the new children in Diamond Class were welcomed into their groups and the morning was spent preparing for our Remembrance Service on 9 November. The children worked together to make poppies, and to write prayers and poems. It was so lovely to see the children working together across the whole age range.

Newsletter 19 Oct

There has been so much happening this week, I can’t believe we fitted it all in!
As part of British Black History month we have been focusing this week on remembering important people and events in history, including many black athletes, politicians and entertainers. The children have shown great interest and the older children especially have had some very interesting discussions.

Newsletter 12 Oct
This week I have had the pleasure of showing more prospective parents round our school. If you know anyone who would still like to look round for a September 2019 place, then do please tell them that they can still make an appointment to visit the school.

Newsletter 5 Oct
This week we were visited by our MAT Regional Director of Learning, Mrs Eveleigh. I am so proud to say that she was delighted with our lovely school. The children are settled and learning well, and the school looks lovely!

Newsletter 28 Sept
This week we have welcomed visitors to our school – prospective parents of children for our 2019 intake. I always feel such a sense of pride as I show them round our lovely school.

Newsletter 21 Sept
What a busy, busy week!

Our new pupils in Diamond Class have done their first full week in school, they are out in the big playground, having lunch, using the library and ICT suite, and getting to know their way around school.

Newsletter 14 Sept
It’s hard to believe we’ve only been back at school two weeks!

Everyone has settled in really well and the children are all working hard and enjoying their learning.

Newsletter 6 Sept
Welcome back everyone! It was lovely to see the children on Tuesday – all ready for the term ahead! It was especially lovely to welcome our new children into Diamond Class. They settled so well! I was amazed when I popped in during the morning – they were all engaged in activities and behaving beautifully.