Try discussing this question with your child to help them think about developing their thinking skills.
MR WANLESS WRITES WITH A SPORTING UPDATE:
Rapid Fire Cricket – Year 4
The children played superbly well as a team and narrowly missed out on reaching the county finals by 1 point.
Basketball – Year 6
A first Basketball competition for Parkside took place on Monday at Queens’ school, a sport which a lot of our children are very interested in, so it was a delight to hear the excitement and enjoyment on their return to school. Although they didn’t make the semi-finals, they should be proud of how well they linked up and communicated as a team.
Hockey – Year 6
The Year 6 team showed some amazing skills at a sport which was quite new to them but as the games progressed you could see the children really growing in confidence, unfortunately the year 6 team lost 1-0 in the final.
Speed Stacking – Year 2
A sport which as a school we are becoming increasingly competitive at and for a second year in a row, we were the overall winners of the event at Hertswood.
Football vs Woodlands
The Year 3/4 team battled so courageously but were narrowly beaten 2-1. A team full of potential. Well done boys.
WD6 FOODBANK – The WD6 Food support is open on WEDNESDAY & FRIDAYS from 3:15pm – 4:30pm. Parkside families can have access from 3:15pm directly after school.
ATTENDANCE AND FOOD WASTE – Congratulations to the children from 5 CEDAR & 3 ELM who had the best attendance this week. Thank you children and please continue to be an inspiration to others.
Well done to the children from 5 ASH and 3 ELM who had the least amount of food waste this week. Thank you children for making good choices and enjoying your food.
|CLASS||WEEKLY TOTAL %||FOOD WASTE kgs|
|Total||87.3||17.65kgs =30 grammes per child|
THERE HAS BEEN AN OUTBREAK OF NOROVIRUS AT SCHOOL THIS WEEK WHICH HAS AFFECTED OUR ATTENDANCE. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR CHILD WAHSES THEIR HANDS REGULARLY AND IF THEY EXPERIENCE VOMITING OR DIARRHOEA THEY REMAIN AT HOME FOR 48 HOURS.
PARKSIDE FLYERS AND HOT CHOCOLATE WINNERS – Congratulations to Marvin, Rebecca, Deeksha, Maisie, Toby, Eliana, Elliott, Ahmed and Elisa who were awarded their wings this week for being true acolytes of the school’s vision and mission. Thank you children for being such a great example for others to follow.
I will share a cup of hot chocolate on Monday afternoon with Sabrina, Wesley, Max, Taylah, Tada and Abdullah. Thank you children for being an inspiration for others and I look forward to you continuing to uphold our school values through the rest of the year.
HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!!