Streatley C of E Primary School

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The Coombe, Streatley, Reading RG8 9QL

01491 872399, office@sps.w-berks.sch.uk

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Streatley 2018 – 2019 dates and maps

Available on newsletter page and curriculum page.

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Inspection News March 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

We were very recently inspected by Ofsted as part of their School Inspection Cycle. This is a thorough process and we were visited by the South East’s Regional Inspector, Chris Russell.

He was very clear, concise and he collected as much as possible within his time frame. Streatley School Inspection March 2018

Our children, families and staff all are captured so well by him. It is a great report for both current and prospective parents to read.

Kind regards,

Miss L Roberts

April 2018

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www.hairylegs.net

Dear Hairy Leggers and Little Leggers,

Entries for the Hairy Legs close at the end of the month – if you’ve not already entered then don’t delay, enter this evening at www.hairylegs.net !

Don’t forget,  training starts this week with a Thursday evening session, meeting at 7pm, at Sheepcot Field, Gatehampton Rd, Goring. All abilities of adults and teens welcome, we’ll have a faster lead runner and someone running at a trot at the back. 

Adult sessions:                  

Thursday 19th 19.00 

Wednesday 2nd May 19.00

Little Legs sessions:     

Saturday 21st April 14.00 

Saturday 28th April 14.00

Saturday 5th May 14.00 

Please do forward this email to friends who may not have heard of us, we’d love to make this year our best year yet! 

Best Wishes,

The Hairy Legs Team

info@hairylegs.net

PS – If you are unable to run and would like to support us by marshaling please email Jodie at info@hairylegs.net – Marshals get a free T-shirt, refreshments at Sheepcot and the BBQ at the Catherine wheel 

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Summer clubs are open for booking

Website club page is being updated Monday 26th March

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Hairy Legs Event is back!

Dear Parents,
Please find our HL Flyer 2018. We are excited to announce that entries are now open for our event on 13th May and can be paid for via www.hairylegs.net

If you have not already heard of Hairy Legs have a look at our Facebook page hairylegschallenge for a great insight into one of the best family running events in the area. We welcome all age groups, with races from the Littlest of legs (4yrs) up to the Old Crumblies. If you are a fun runner or looking for a serious challenge, we have something for everyone.

We are a non-profit event; all the funds we raise are split between the 2 local primary schools, Goring and Streatley. Last year we raised £1000 for each school to spend on sporting activities / equipment.

We’ve just released our training dates, all starting from Sheepcot Field, Gatehampton Rd, Goring. Everyone is welcome and the children in particular love these sessions.

Adult sessions:
Thursday 19th 19.00
Wednesday 2nd May 19.00

Little Legs sessions:
Saturday 21st April 14.00
Saturday 28th April 14.00
Saturday 5th May 14.00

We have fabulous refreshments and entertainment on the day, technical t-shirts for all entries and trophies for the winners of each category. All entries are welcome to join us at The Catherine Wheel pub for our free post Hairy Legs BBQ too.

Who could ask for more – bar some sunshine \u263A

We look forward to seeing you all on May 13th.

Best Wishes,
The Hairy Legs Team
info@hairylegs.net

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NSPCC Share Aware 6/02/18

Dear Parents/Carers,
The NSPCC’s ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme is visiting our school to make sure our pupils have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.
I am pleased to tell you that we will be working with the NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity, who will be delivering their ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme on Tuesday 6th February. This is a nationwide programme for every primary-school-aged child in the UK. With the help of their friendly mascot Buddy, they’ll be presenting an assembly and workshop to the children in our school.
“NSPCC has helped me to build the confidence to tell people about my worries and problems.” Child’s feedback

What is the ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme?
Through child-friendly, interactive assemblies and workshops their specially trained staff and volunteers will give our children information about how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries. They sensitively discuss issues like bullying and sexual abuse, without using scary words or adult language.
We have seen the content of the materials and are confident that they are appropriate for primary-school-aged children. By the end of their visit, we are convinced children will feel empowered – knowing how they can speak out and stay safe.
“Presentations and workshops were fun and engaging on a serious topic” – Sibford Junior School, Oxfordshire

If you would like any more information about the NSPCC ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme, including frequently asked questions, you can find it on the NSPCC website nspcc.org.uk/schools or please come into speak to me and I can provide more information.

Talking about the Underwear Rule with your children
The NSPCC’s work in schools will help encourage conversations about staying safe and they have a number of child-friendly materials to help you carry on the conversation afterwards. That includes ‘The Underwear Rule’, a simple way for parents to help keep children safe from sexual abuse, without using scary words or even mentioning sex.
The guide uses the rules of PANTS to teach children that their body belongs to them and them alone. You can find out more and download the free resources at nspcc.org.uk/pants
If you’d like to know more about the NSPCC’s work, or take a look at the wide range of information and advice which is available for parents and carers, please visit their website nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/

Yours sincerely,
Mrs Fenwick-Stubbs
Deputy Safeguarding Lead

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Road Rangers 21st February 2018

Synopsis of the content of the Road Rangers show

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes,
Age Range: Infants

What is a Road Ranger?
Brief description of what to do when crossing the road.
Importance of adult’s help to cross any road. Cars for roads People for pavements. Seat belts and Child seats.

The Importance of colours
Introduction to the messages they give.
Red – Danger Green – Safe
Stop, Look, Listen

Explained in detail and with actions and pictures.
Jimmy Runs Ahead, the story told to the children. Then follow up questions about what he did wrong and what he should have done right! Troy the boy Puppet tells the Boys and girls what happened to him when he ran off. Once again recapping what you should do to cross the road safely.

Final Reinforcement
Road Rangers poster colored in for the boys and girls.
Key messages & actions rehearsed once more. The whole show is interlinked with puppets and magic to help children
remember the messages.

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Yr1 Judo Competition

Archie and Will Foster took part in a Judo competition. Will achieved a gold medal in his group and Archie achieved a bronze medal.  Two very proud Year 1 boys! #Judo #proud #medals

 

 

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Judo competition Nov 2017

Three Streatley children compete in Judo: November 2017

Three Streatley boys did brilliantly this weekend.  It was a great day and they all came back with medals and victories.  Cai won both his matches against boys with orange belts (two belts above him) and romped proudly home with his gold medal and showed great sportsmanship when he hurt one of his opponents.  Catrin was so proud she burst into tears 😊. Adam (Cai’s dad).

 

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184 miles, 1 walk to go! Cancer Research UK

As many of you know, Mrs Williams has been walking the 184 miles of The Thames Path. After a total of 38 walks she has only 1 more walk left to complete next week which will take her to The Thames Barrier in London. She is walking in memory of her husband and is raising money for Brain Tumour research through Cancer Research UK. If anyone would like to support her and help her to reach her target please go to her Just giving page.
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katherinewilliamsforluke

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Running for IT refurbishment

Mr White, I think you might smash this 🎯. You have many fans in our community and I have tweeted your offer to include IT education enthusiasts to contribute. We want to ensure children and staff remain IT literate and we are grateful to your super offer. Each class needs 4K as we have 16 laptops to date. Screen and 15 devices in Classes 1/2, 3/4 and 5/6. We have a 7k budget. 5k to go… Phase 1 is the display screens. Thank you Mr White.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/mrwhite

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