Our Year 6 pupils learning to cycle safely and confidently. We have 3 weeks of national cycle training at Churchfields. Cycling is a fun and healthy way for children to get about and it also gives them more freedom and independence.
All 480 children enthusiastically pedalled away this week as part of our Sponsored Bike Challenge. Every child gave it their very best and amazing speeds and distances were achieved. As children bring in their sponsor money next week we hope to see the field fund increasing. We are on target to purchase some much needed equipment for the field for all the children to enjoy.
Our thanks go to Mr Germishuizen, one of our parents who kindly lent us this specialised bike and helped set up the project.
It may be raining outside, but that can not dampen our spirits. This week we have enjoyed singing together with our music specialist, Mrs Goble. Each week we sing together in upper and lower school assembly and even the teachers join in with both the singing and the actions.
Our love and promotion of music has been noted by OFSTED and can be seen in the video they made of our school music provision.
Please look out for our autumn newsletter at the end of this month where we will have lots to update you on and share with you.
If you have any questions or comments on anything, then do please talk to your child’s teacher or a member of the leadership team.
The work outside the school is being undertaken on behalf of the National Grid.
The work has overrun and the situation is beyond the control of London Borough of Redbridge.
If you have a concern then please contact the National Grid directly.
We would advise you not to drive along Churchfields and park elsewhere.
6W – Bohemian Rhapsody
6G – Blame it on the Boogie
6H – “Leaving” on a Prayer
6F – Small Town Girls and Boys
School is indeed out for summer and we return on the 2nd of September!
For Year 6, it was a sad day as this was their last day at Churchfields, they celebrated in style with a lengthy leavers assembly. Each class showed a mash up video they’d made of music and cool moves. (These will be showcased on this site in the next few weeks). Not to be outdone, their teachers also created their own music video. (See below)
This is Churchfields Junior School:
Have a great summer
Last Thursday parents and staff were treated to a spectacular show from Year 6. Robin Hood was an entertaining and high energy performance from start to finish. The play showcased the hard work and talents from all of the children and their teachers, it was certainly deserving of the standing ovations and applause at the end of the night.
One of artists, Rose Garcia managed to capture some of the evening in the picture below, but we would welcome any other high quality images or video clips to share with the school community.
(Please pass onto Mr Evans)
Thank you to all of you who came and shared in the entertainment, pride and fun!
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It was so lovely to welcome all of our new parents last night. Our open evening was a good opportunity for parents to look around and met the Year 3 team.
If you were unable to make it, or if you enjoyed our presentation and would like to see it again, then we have embedded the slides below:
Today in assembly we had a visit from a representative from World Animal Protection. She talked to us about how we could help animals at sea and the dangers of rubbish to the survival of marine life.
She showed us the presentation and Youtube clip below: