Silkstone Primary School

helping children realise their gifts and talents


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Class 6 Relax with X-HAIL

The children in Class 6 were extremely lucky to have Clare, an X-HAIL Meditation Instructor, deliver an X-HAIL SATS session.  The aim of the session was to share with the children some techniques that they can use, not only in the lead up to and during their SATS, but also in their every days lives. They very much enjoyed the session and came out of it feeling relaxed and ready to tackle the weeks ahead. They also made wonderful meditation bracelets and posters to remind them of the skills learned. A huge thank you to Clare for giving up her time and treating our children to such a fantastic afternoon. It was a pleasure to have you in school!

If you would like to know more about X-HAIL, you can visit their website at the following address:

www.x-hail.org

 


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Class 6 Enjoy Breakfast Club

Many of the children in Class 6 have attended Breakfast Club throughout SATs week. It is a nice opportunity for the children to get together and have some time with their friends and the adults within school before the start of the tests. Lots of children have asked “Can we have this next week too?” so we know it proves to be a popular event!


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Good Luck Class 6!

Good luck Class 6 with your SATS next week. Keep Calm and remember everything you have learnt over the years and especially in Year 6.
You will be wonderful so do not worry. We know you will try your best and  get the excellent results you deserve.

Make sure you get lots of sleep this weekend so you wake up refreshed and ‘ready for action’ on Monday morning.

GOOD LUCK!


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School Uniform

“Silkstone Primary School has a compulsory school uniform and we ask that our children conform not only to wearing the school uniform but to wear it in a manner which allows them to take a pride in themselves and school by appearing smart at all times.

We would like our children to maintain a school identity and give them a pride in their appearance.”

Please find below a list of school uniform which should be worn during a normal school day:-

 

  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan or jumper
  • White or blue polo shirt/blouse
  • Grey, black or navy trousers/skirt or pinafore dress
  • Light blue checked summer dress
  • Black shoes (no trainers)
  • PE KIT – White T-shirt, blue or black shorts, trainers or pumps for outdoor, plain black or navy tracksuit in winter
  • Warm waterproof winter coat
  • School bags should be no bigger than a standard size rucksack/satchel.


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Children of the Week

Don’t forget to check out our Children of the Week by opening the link at the top of the page : Learning/Assemblies/Celebration Assembly.
The list of our wonderful achievers who have shone this week (not only in their attitude and effort towards their learning but also in their behaviour and kindness towards other members of our school) will be updated every week.
Make sure you log in regularly to celebrate the joy we all share with their success.


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Artwork in Class 1

This week Class 1 have been looking at the artist Giuseppe Arcinboldo with Miss Rooney. They have created a collaborative piece of artwork using fruit and vegetables to design something of their choice. We have seen some fantastic designs including a unicorn, a face, a dog and a zip wire.

The children had a fantastic time looking at a different ways to make art fun.