From Ms Scott:
Congratulations to the 33 children from Years 3 to 6 who represented Marner in the Tower Hamlets Primary Cross Country in Victoria Park. Over 550 children took part this year! Year 3s and 4s run 800m, with Year 5s and 6s running 1500m – our children were brilliant, giving it their all and showing great sportsman and sportswoman-ship. A special mention to Favor, in Y5, who came a very impressive 3rd place in her race!
Yesterday, I was privileged to attend the Year 5 assembly and I was so proud of all of the children. They presented an exciting and informative assembly focusing on aspects of the history of democracy in the UK — with a fantastic song from Mary Poppins too! Well done to the children and staff in Year 5 for such a wonderful performance.
We have opened and started using one side of our new pitch development this week.
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Just a reminder to all parents and carers to make sure that children have a hat to wear during the current sunny weather and high temperatures we are experiencing.
We have made arrangements at school for additional water to be available during lunchtime, as well as rotating classes so that they have time outside but also time in the shade. The school has purchased additional fans for the classrooms too.
Thank you for your continued support.
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go to this website Bring Your Own Device — Tuesday 20th June 2017
We understand how difficult it can be to know what your children are doing online. To help you, we are running a “Bring Your Own Device Parental Control Workshop” where we will set up parental controls on your devices with you.
There will be information about Online Safety and our technician will be there to help with parental controls and you will have the opportunity to ask us questions.
Within this blog post you will find a link to an open letter which has been sent to Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education by Teachers and Headteachers from Tower Hamlets – a copy of the letter signed by headteachers, teachers and the Mayor is available here.
For me, this transcends mere party politics and is about the investment we make to support our children to learn, grow and develop in a society which values all people for the unique talents they have and the contribution they can make.
Our next training day is Friday 24th March. We will be working with our partners from @TreesforCities, using our new outdoor ‘Edible Playground’, to focus on our school goal for this year of developing writing…
- Grow it
- Write about it
- Harvest it
- Eat it
Marner Primary School is exploring the idea of launching a new after school programme that would provide extended childcare services on the school site until 6pm each day for children from Reception to Year 6.
Follow the link, fill in the questionnaire and return it to school by Monday 20th March 2017!
Thank you to all children, parents, carers and staff who have been fundraising over the last couple of weeks and managed to raise the following:
£336.90 to Book Aid International
£173.47 to the British Heart Foundation
£97.06 to Macmillan Cancer Support
A fantastic effort!