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All the videos played at Achievements Evening 2017 and every year since 2002 are available to watch at the Russell Scott Showcase. Hours of entertainment – enjoy!
Year 1 will be having a Monster Day when both classes are asked to come to school dressed as a monster of their choice! Follow the link for more information…
Monster day letter
Well done to Holly and Maisy who received their Golden Owl Awards on Friday. This really is a tremendous achievement, especially as they are only in Year 4! Fantastic!
Today we were visited by Vicky from Tameside Libraries. She told us all about the Summer Reading Challenge. We hope that lots of children will join in! Please visit the Reading Blog to find out more.
Next week we will be having a whole school Health and Sport Week. All children will be focusing on the importance of having a healthy mind and body. Please take a few minutes to read the letters below- a copy will come home with your child too.
Overview of the week including information about the Healthy Breakfast
Parent Workshop – Mindfulness for You and Your Child -Tuesday 11th July
Sports Day – Thursday 13th July
Fifteen of our year 6 pupils received their Golden Owl Awards in today’s assembly. Their very proud teachers praised their never ending enthusiasm, daily dedication and amazing attitudes. Well done to Izzy, Callum, Nathan, Connor, Dieter, Janae, Jessica, Jodie, Emily, Lola, Nicole, Jade, Kadie, Sophie and Lewis.
Parents and Carers are invited to join us on the following dates:
Afternoon Nursery – Wednesday 26th July 2.30pm
Morning Nursery – Thursday 27th July 11.00am
Today a letter has been sent home to reception parents/carers about some fun end of year activities and our special celebration assemblies. You can read a copy of the letter here: reception summer fun
Please read this letter from Ofsted following the 1 day inspection on the 24th May 2017.
Read Ofsted Letter
Year 2 were celebrating today: 11 hard working children were rewarded with their Golden Owlet Awards. Well done to Robyn, Brodie, Jenson, Scarlet, Eva, Grace, Isabelle, Jasmin, Layla, Summer and Brook.
Follow the link to find out about a special trip to our local church for Year 3
Trip to St Lawrence’s Letter-
Russell Scott’s Summer Fair will be on Friday July 7th. In order to make this once again a great success, we need as many volunteers as possible. If you can spare any time either before the fair, or on the day, this would be very much appreciated.
Please join us on Wednesday 14th June at 3:15-4:15pm. Coffee, tea, biscuits and childcare provided! Please let the school office know if you require a place at the special ‘one night only’ after school sports club run by Mr Gorman.
Please read the letter below, it’s from Ofsted to parents/carers.
Letter to Parents/Carers from Ofsted
Well done to our latest Golden Owls: Allessandro, Sophie, Emily, Imogen, Aimee, Hannah, Rahal and Niamh.
Find out how we are using ‘Growth Mindset’ in EYFS and in KS1 and Ks2 for achievement for all.
Unfortunately there will be no Mums and Tots session next week (23rd May.)
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Free Craft Club in the school hall next week. Collect tickets from the school office – first come, first served!
Please note- All children must be with an adult at this event .
We are really keen to invite parents and carers to join us at 2:30pm on Wednesday 17th May for the next meeting of the PTFRS. New members very welcome! We are looking for ideas for fundraising, offers of help (however little) or just enthusiasm and support! The meeting will be finished by 3:15pm, in time to collect your children.
Please speak to Mrs Lees or Mrs West if you are unable to attend but would like to be involved.
Just what was life like for young children in Victorian times? Year 3 are planning to go back in time to find out more about the apprentices who lived and worked at Quarry Bank Mill. Follow the link for more information…
Year 3 – Quarry Bank Mill Trip