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Headteacher's News January 2018Download PDF

Happy new year and a warm welcome to the new term. We start 2018 looking forward to an interesting and optimistic year, with the next two terms continuing our renewed focus upon teaching and learning, the school’s core purpose. We are as determined as ever to ensure our children achieve well within a happy, safe and secure environment, despite having to make some changes due to challenges being faced by all state schools. The latter part of the autumn term illustrated all that is great about Montpelier – inspired children enjoying lessons, trips and challenging activities, parents and carers sharing in events leading up to the holiday – including the highly successful PTA Disco and many performances – and staff whose dedication and commitment always give the school its particular “edge.”

Start of the day - Infants

Given that we are now into January, we would like to encourage parents and carers to leave children in the playground before 8.50am. Currently, supervision is available and there is always somebody at the gate to monitor safety. 

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Art Exhibition

Thank you for your support with the year 5 and 6 Art Exhibition last term, the event was very well attended and we raised over £210 in valuable funds for art resources. 

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PTA Quiz Night

This traditional and annual event takes place on Friday 23rd February 2018 at 7.30pm, with the ticket price including a delicious meal provided by Heena’s Kitchen Curry. 

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Packed Lunches

For those children who bring a packed lunch to school, it is important that the following guidance is followed in order to ensure a balanced dietary intake to support learning and well-being. 

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Parent Helpers

Yesterday our Year 2 children visited Ealing Abbey as part of their curriculum studies. It was wonderful to see parent helpers giving their time to this trip – but also essential. 

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Traffic and Dangerous Driving Outside the School

Please help with securing the children’s safety at the start and end of the day in the following two ways:

  1. Dangerous or obstructive parking – PLEASE TELL EALING COUNCIL by following this link 
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Punctuality and Absence

This academic year, 35 families have sent their children to school late more than 6 times. Some families have brought their children to school late between 20 and 34 times

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End of each term office arrangements

I would like to thank everybody for cooperating with the early closure of the office last term. This enabled administrative and teaching staff to better prepare for the new term rather than working in their own time during the break. 

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Security

We are enhancing security measures in order to ensure that only authorised people are on the school site at specified times and this means that we are having to take a firmer line where breaches may have occurred historically. 

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Book Week

This term we will again be celebrating book week and encouraging children to dress up as a favourite story character. Based upon observations over the previous two years, we have made some adjustments in order to deepen the opportunities for encouraging reading. 

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School Council

In the Autumn term we raised over £1,300 for good causes selected by the School Council. Thank you for your support. The School Council members meet fortnightly to discuss ideas relating to the running of the school and to agree upon charities that are important to them. Well done, School Council, for your hard work and commitment to our school and others. 

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Charges for late collection at the end of the day

Since the end of last term, the school has tightened up its end of day procedures, resulting in more children being placed in after school care when they are collected late. 

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Lost property

A lost property trolley will be left in the junior playground between 3.00 and 3.30 every Friday. Please do ensure that every item belonging to your child is clearly labelled. 

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