Diary



Date 
   
25th January 2019 

Crucial Crew - Year 6 
5th February 2019 

NSPCC Assembly             
8th February 2019 

Creswell Crags trip - Year 3 and 4 
14th February 2019 

Valentine Disco 
11th to 15th February 2019

NSPCC fundraising week - Sponsored event taking place during PE lessons. 
Friday 15th February 2019

School closes at 3.20pm for half term
Monday 25th February 2019 

School reopens to children

More events may be added during the course of the term.

Parents of Deepcar Students are hosting a Valentines Disco on Thursday 14th February from 15.30 to 17.30pm. The Cost is £5 per child which includes a hot dog, pizza, fries, healthy snacks and a drink. Pocket money stalls and a raffle will also be available. (Recommended amount £2 per child. Consent slips and payment need to be returned to the school office no later than Friday 8th February. All profits raised will go to Deepcar St John's school funds.



Past events

A big thank you has to go to Parents of Deepcar Students, who organised our recent Movie Night to raise funds for the school. The children loved it.
Week commencing 7th January 2019 - Poetry Week

It is a statutory requirement in the the National Curriculum that children learn to recite poems from heart. This week has been Poetry Week at

Deepcar St John's. Each class chose a poem:

Y3 SB - The Trouble with my Brother
Y4 AD - The Tyger
Y4 JS - Colonel Fazackerley Butterworth-Toast
Y5 HB - The Highwayman
Y6 MH - Night Mail
Y6 DB - I’m a Shrimp
Y6 TR - Pied Piper of Hamelin 

On the 11th January, an expectant audience of children and staff were thrilled to hear each class recite their chosen poems. As they each took to the stage it became increasingly difficult to separate such strong performances. Each class were a credit to the school and joy to watch and listen to. We are really proud of all our children, who have worked so hard this week.

  
   

The Winners;

Lower School – Mrs Bell’s and Mrs Thompson’s class


Upper School – Mrs Riley’s and Mrs Stewart’s class


The judges said "The standard was truly exemplary with performance levels making it very difficult to choose an overall winner” but at the end of a fantastic morning Mrs Bell’s and Mrs Thompson’s class were announced the overall winners.

Year 3 Whole School Winners


Art Week

Picasso did not feel that art should copy nature. He felt no obligation to remain tied to the more traditional artistic techniques and wanted to emphasize the difference between a painting and reality. Cubism involves different ways of seeing, or perceiving, the world around us. Year 3 are taking inspiration from Picasso and today have been practising sketching techniques before creating their own cubism piece of work.


    


Year 4 have been mastering their sketching techniques and looking at various pieces of Picasso's work for inspiration. Later this week, they will be using Modrock, which is a plaster bandage that is used for modelling, casting and crafting, to create sculptures.


      


For 'Art Week', year 5 have been taking their inspiration from one of the great artist, Pablo Picasso. They are going to be creating their own piece of art work using photographs, which they have started to take this afternoon.