Date: 27th January 2017

Issue No. 8
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What's On?
Okavango class assembly                             Safer Internet Day 
03/02/17                                                                     07/02/17
Y6 Parents SATS Meeting                          Teacher Training Day (School Closed)
09/02/17 at 6pm - 7pm                                              20/02/17
Monday 13th February 2017 - Friday 17th February 2017

Last week, some of our children went to visit ADA college where they worked with students studying A-Levels/BTECs in various activities focused around technology. Children got the chance to interact with VR, robots, new software programs and were able to test some games. 


The CoderDojo is a global network of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. Anyone aged seven to seventeen can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or a game, and explore technology in an informal, creative, and social environment. See more at this link
Y2 Seine Class Assembly 

Year 2 Seine class learnt about the inventor of the light bulb, Thomas Edison. After thousands of failed attempts at creating the light bulb, Thomas Edison proved that you can achieve anything so long as you don't give up.  

Week ending 20/01/17
Keira O'Kane, Karina Gwiazdowska, Dilek Akarcorten
Hamza Rafiq, Kemoye Bentham, Indiyah Akenzua-Childs,
Aoki Heron-Rainford, Nelli Warwas, Abigail Emilova,
Tyrese Balfourth, Godwin Nsimba, Hanifah Hannan, Anna-Maria Gegova, Rakaysha Dacas, Hassan Hannan,
Mohammed Al-Aidroos 
Library of Everything!
Your child may have told you about something strange that has happened at Welbourne recently! Ask your children about their adventures with Peter and their roles as Apprentice Writers.


Reading Race The reading race is a school competition that rewards the class that has read the most.
Congratulations Y6
Niagara who have read 191 times and Y1 Tweed who have read 66 times at home last week!
The Welbourne BIG team (Bullying Intervention Group) met this week. Look out for Anti-Bullying competitions in the future! Also each class have a 'Worry Box' in their classroom; perhaps ask your children what they are. The minutes to our meetings are displayed near Zambezi class. Parents and carers are always invited to our meetings and if you would like to attend our next meeting on Thursday 9th March at 2pm or would just like to find out more please speak to Mr Lane.

ECO Team Assembly

Our ECO team introduced themselves in assembly this week and spoke about recycling. They spoke about how we can recycle and work together to make a positive impact.