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This was held on Tuesday, 23rd September from 7 - 8 p.m. We have many more parents this term which is fantastic. The meeting was very productive and many new ideas were discussed which you will hear about shortly.
We ask that all our 3 year olds please wear our uniform. It looks neat and tidy and brings our School together as one big family. We also ask that you purchase the uniform from School as then the children look smart in the same style of uniform. We do have second hand clothing. Please ask Helen.
All children have music lessons with Ms Helen and the saxophone on Wednesdays. Year 1 & 2 have saxophone on Thursdays.
Ms Parisa has produced a very helpful leaflet for parents/carers as a guide to helping your child with their reading. It outlines the numerous aspects of reading over and above the reading of words. Helen will be going over this guide with parents/carers who can come along on Thursday 25th September at 3.30 - 3.45 p.m. All are welcome.
With the money made at our recent fundraising events we've purchased a set of new books for the school. These are on display in the school entrance. Please do take a look at them before we take them to be used in our classrooms. Thank you to everyone who contributed towards them.
On Thursday 1st May we introduced Taekwondo to our range of afterschool activities. Our really enthusiastic and smiley teacher quickly had the children punching and kicking in the air in time to the rhythm, which he made slapping together two enormous red gloves. The children also made hi chi sounds, which they loved doing at the top of their voices. They left the lesson with big smiles and raving about the new experience. We're looking forward to seeing how everyone's Taekwondo progresses!
At Chingford House School our garden is as much a place for learning as our classrooms. Therefore to enhance our outside learning we've recently purchased a new set of signs to inspire and teach our children, which we've put up in a number of different places.
We are continuing to keep our children busy in the garden, removing the spring flowers that have died and preparing for the summer stems. With all the hard work they're putting in we're sure to see another burst of amazing colour as the new season starts and more fantastic flowers stretch out of the ground. Its lovely to see so many of the children developing green fingers and caring for our garden.