Prospect Weekly
Reception H assembly

The Reception Go Jetters took their audience on a whirlwind journey around the world, from the pyramids of Ancient Egypt, to the Sahara Desert and to Uluru and ‘down under.’

Pharoahs and camels ‘walked like an Egyptian’, lions roared in the Circle of Life and divers swam in the Great Barrier Reef. The children spoke clearly, sang with enthusiasm and looked fabulous in their costumes.

Well done, Reception H!

Wonderful Wonderland!

Year 3 had the most exciting afternoon where they recreated the Mad Hatter’s tea party from Alice in Wonderland. After studying the book this term all the children were able to create a truly ‘mad’ tea party. Each child designed and decorated a tea cup which they filled with a marvellous mango smoothie, and a hat that they wore upon their head while sampling mini treacle tarts and listening to the tales of Alice. A wonderful afternoon in Wonderland was had by all!

Tuesday 5 June is Art Day!

Tuesday 5 June is Art Day at both the Upper and Lower School. The children will be taking part in a mosaic art activity in the morning and a collaborative mural activity in the afternoon. Please could the Year 3 children come to school in their P.E. kit and bring their school uniform with them to change into on that day.

Year 6 Orienteering

On Thursday, Year 6 marched over to Wimbledon Common for a day of map reading and orienteering. Spirits were high as the teams competed to find the required locations and answer the questions posed to them. Important life skills that had been learnt in geography lessons were put into practice in a real world situation and, against all odds, no one was lost. Thank you to all the teachers who gave their time to lead a group.

Lost Property

Please check your child’s belongings.

Sports results

Year 5 boys cricket v The Roche

‘A’ team won by 25 runs

‘B’ team won by 6 runs

Year 3 boys cricket v The Roche

‘A’ team lost by 31 runs

‘B’ team won by 8 runs

Year 5 boys cricket v Hurlingham

‘A’ team won by 20 runs

‘B’ team won by 4 runs

Lower School Recognition Awards

Upper School Recognition Awards

Nursery trip to Bocketts Farm

On Thursday 7 June, the Nursery children will visit Bocketts Farm as part of their new topic on ‘Animals’. The children should come to school dressed in their PE. kit (shorts or tracksuit bottoms plus polo shirts and tracksuit top). They will also need a lightweight, waterproof jacket if rain is forecast. However, if it is a sunny day, the children should come to school with a sun hat and with sun cream already applied. Please bring a named disposable snack (no plastic containers). A packed lunch will be provided for all children. Please note that the children will not be returning to school until 2.45pm and so all Nursery children will need to be collected at 3.00pm that day. The cost of the visit is £25, which will be added to the invoice for next term’s fees.

Recognition this week

Each week in assembly children are recognised for achievements in the classroom and in the areas of music, computing, art and sports. This week the following awards have been made:

Nursery L

Huxley Leppard

Nursery V

Otto Baxter

Reception H

Barend Assen

Reception M

Sam Barker

Year 1B

Roya Candey

Year 1H

Henrietta Manz

Year 2M

Rafe Ypma

Year 2R

Lexi Hordley

Year 3F

Mattias England

Year 3P

Mia Ewing

Year 4H

Luke Thompson

Year 4S

Sasha Hawtrey

Year 5O

Daniel Ross

Year 5S

Harry Simpson

Year 6G

Emily Carvell

Year 6J

Henry Burke

Future dates

Monday 28 May to Friday 1 June

Half term

Thursday 7 June

Nursery trip to Bocketts Farm

Wednesday 13 June

Sports Day

Thursday 14 June

iPad talk to Year 4 parents: 8.00am

Friday 15 June

Year 5 Epsom College Bushcraft experience

Lower School disco: 3.00pm – 5.00pm

Upper School disco: 3.30pm – 5.30pm





Thursday 24 May

To the parents of children in the Upper School

Holiday Homework

Friday 25 May

To all parents

GDPR – how we handle your family’s data

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MK Hodge 25 May 2018