Roll up, roll up! Who wants to win some medals? Watch the video and read the letter regarding our UKA Virtual Sports Day -
24th June 2020
Dear Parents and Carers,
Online Sports Day
Unfortunately Sports Day will not be taking place this year. To try and get into that sporty JB spirit, we would love it if you could join us for a virtual sports day.
There are 3 events – running, throwing and jumping. There are instructional videos on the school blog that explains each event. Once your children have completed their event you need to email your scores to – UKAsports@hotmail.com
In your email you must include: Childs full name, School name, Year group and Class and Scores for running, throwing and jumping.
Please send your scores in between Monday 29th June and Friday 3rd July.
Medals will be sent out in the post for children who have the best scores.
We would like as many of our pupils as possible to watch the @NSPCC#speakoutstaysafe assembly with their families at 9.30am tomorrow morning (5th June 2020). It will have some very important messages and will be available on the NSPCC Youtube channel and via their Facebook page.
The assembly will kick off with a special message from TV presenters Ant & Dec, and a special appearance from comedian and children's books author David Walliams, followed by advise and support from the NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe team and a Q & A with Vicky Ford MP, Minister for Children and Families, featuring questions from children.
The content of the assembly will be aimed at children aged 7-11 years old (KS2), and it will focus on anxiety, including the worries that children are facing right now, why they may feel anxious or worried and ways they could be supported, for example, reaching out to a trusted adult or calling Childline.
Make sure you tune in and spread the word about it/share it among friends, family and any teachers that you know.