All Souls Catholic Primary School has pledged its support to the Global Campaign to get
A huge thank you to all the children, parents and staff who took part in our Junior Leadership Team’s Spring Writing Competition.
Well done to Mrs Jilks, Leo and Rose, our worthy 3rd, 2nd and 1st place winners!
Thank you to Mr Baker for being this week’s VIP Reader in Year 5.
If you, or someone you know, would like to be our next VIP Reader and read some of our class book on a Friday afternoon, please drop me an email. We would love to hear from you!
Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed kickstarting this year’s World Book Day by heading down to the
‘All Souls Reading Cafe’!
Our reservation began with Mrs Hartwell reading an extract of our class book before we went off to choose our own story to share with one another or a family member over some juice and biscuits.
I’m sure you will all agree that we looked the part too!
We LOVE reading in Year 5 🙂
Year 5 were absolutely thrilled to find out that each and every one of the eco poems they wrote for the Big Green Poetry Machine competition has been chosen to be published!
We are super proud of all their hard work and creativity. Well done, Year 5!
To celebrate and spread the enjoyment of reading, we have introduce
in Year 5 where someone new is invited into our classroom to read a chapter from our class book. We were so excited to find out who our very first VIP reader was this week…
Thank you to Louie (and his Daddy) for making our class story time that little bit more special!
We are so excited to welcome our children and their grown ups to our All Souls Reading Cafe tomorrow to share a story, drink and treat! Don’t forget to reserve your seat!
We are celebrating Maths Week England by taking part in a friendly times tables (and division) competition. The competition runs from 07:30 GMT Monday 14th November to 19:30 GMT Wednesday 16th November. It’s all done online via play.ttrockstars.com
Children can play in any gamemode with every correct answer to a multiplication or division question, earning themselves, their class and the school a point. The Times Tables Rock Stars platform will calculate the class average (the number of correct answers per pupil in the class who play during the competition hours, subject to a daily 60-minute limit (see below)). Winning classes in the school and in the competition as a whole will be the ones with the highest average.
To support player wellbeing, there is a daily time limit of 60-minutes per player. In other words, each player can earn competition points for up to 60-minutes between 07:30 GMT and 19:30 GMT on 07:30 GMT Monday 14th November to 19:30 GMT Wednesday 16th November. Once the player goes beyond 60-minutes of play on that day, they will still earn coins but will no longer earn points towards the competition.
Thank you to every child, parent and member of staff who entered our JLT competition, ‘What makes me happy’. We loved reading each and every entry and it made us happy to read all about what makes you happy!
We were very pleased to announce the winners in this morning’s assembly. Well done to Mrs McGrath who won the teachers’ competition, Mrs Smith who won the parents’ competition and Milosz in Year 3 who won the £10 Amazon voucher to spend on lots of books!
Year 5 and Year 1 loved having the opportunity to join one another for story time today – what a perfect way to end a busy week!
Thank you to the JLT for organising 🙂