MONKFRITH SCHOOL NEWSLETTER
5th March 2018
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DRESS UP AS A CHARACTER FROM A FAIRY TALE OR CLASSIC STORY
Don’t forget children can dress up as a character from a classic or fairy tale on Friday. Please make sure children are wearing shoes that are serviceable for school - no sandals or high heels!
SCHOOL TRIPS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 6th March: 2S to Pizza Express in Winchmore Hill and 3C to Barnet Environment Centre
Wednesday 7th March: 2D to Pizza Express in Winchmore Hill and 3P to Barnet Environment Centre
DATES FOR THIS HALF TERM
Friday 9th March: Dress up day-fairy tale/classic story characters
Mon 12th March: Week of Inspirational Maths
Mon 19th- 23rd March Sport Relief (wristbands on sale at the gate every morning £1)
Thurs 22nd March: Key Stage 1 and 2 choir concert @ 2.45 p.m.
Mon 26th March: Spring Competition entries due-‘Minibeast Mayhem’
Thurs 29th March: 2.00 p.m. End of Term. No After School Club.
Mon 16th April: Back to school at the usual time.
The spring competition this year is all about minibeasts!
Children can use whatever media they wish to paint, sketch, photograph, model (clay, papier mache, salt dough), bake etc….
There will be 3 prizes (and house points for all entries) per year group and one special prize overall for the entry showing the most imagination, creative flair and skill. The closing date will be Monday 26th March so lots of time to plan!
HELP YOUR CHILD WITH SPELLING
http://www.spellingframe.co.uk is a free website that covers all the National Curriculum spelling rules for Key Stage 2. If you would like to help your child practise their spellings or go over spelling rules that they are not sure about, then this website is great. There is also a link in the Home Learning section of the website.
***BINGO NIGHT THIS FRIDAY 9TH MARCH AT 7:30pm***
DEADLINE FOR ALL FOOD ORDERS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY 7TH MARCH. Tickets for Bingo only (no food) will still be available to purchase on the night. If you require another order form, please email@example.com. We look forward to seeing many of you there!
FOMS AGM and Summer Fair Planning
Due to the inclement weather last week, the FOMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) was postponed. The AGM will now be held in conjunction with the Summer Fair planning meeting on Friday 23rd March at 9am at school. Please join us for what is sure to be a hugely informative and hopefully motivational meeting where we review our previous year of events and finances and then turn our focus to the future and get our Summer Fair planning well under way. Again, we hope to see many of you there!
Dates for the Diary
Wednesday 28th March at 3:30pm – Easter Tea Party Event
Saturday 16th June from 12-3pm - Summer Fair
KEY STAGE 2 ART CLUB CANCELLED THIS WEEK
Due to unforeseen circumstances, I have had to cancel KS2 Art Club this week. The next session next week on Thursday 15th March will run until 5.30 p.m. to make up for this week. Key Stage 1 Art club runs as usual on Wednesday.
A MESSAGE FROM PCSO BURDA
Last month's ward crime stats are below. Burglary was low although motor vehicle crime remains high despite two of our main targets being arrested last month.
I can see on our systems this morning that several vehicles were broken in to last night in the N11 area. If you have been a victim of this it is quick and easy to report on the Met Police website, just click the 'Report a Crime' button on the homepage. When one of our main offenders was arrested last month, he had several items on him which were probably stolen from vehicles that night but as not everyone reports such crimes it will probably be impossible to trace every owner.
One thankfully rare incident to make you aware of was a theft on Friern Barnet Road N11 on 6th February at midday. The female victim was walking along when two males on a black moped stopped beside her. One asked for directions with an A4 size piece of paper in his hand. Whilst the victim was distracted the other suspect snatched her bag and they then rode off towards New Southgate. The suspects were older than the suspects that normally commit ‘moped enabled theft snatch’ offences as these suspects were described as being between 30 and 35 years old.
FEBRUARY CRIME STATS
Burglaries: 7 - Compared to 14 burglaries January 2018 and 13 burglaries February 2017
Residential Burglaries (4) - Church Hill Road EN4 (rear window broken), Cowper Road N14 (entry through rear door), Osidge Lane N14 (rear window smashed), Exchange Close N11 (keys stolen from flat door)
Attempted Residential Burglaries (3) - Spencer Road N11 (rear window smashed), Ashfield Road N14 (screwdriver left in window), Friars Walk N14 (window broken)
Motor Vehicle Offences: 13 - Compared to 13 offences January 2018 and 3 offences February 2017
Theft of vehicle (3) - Stewards Holte Walk N11 (BMW Sport), Osidge Lane Car Park N14 (Mazda), Cecil Road N14 (Vauxhall Astra)
Theft from vehicle (9) - Woodfield Drive EN4 (2), Beresford Avenue N20, Ashfield Road N14, Dene Road N11, Shamrock Way N14 (2), Cecil Road N14, Hampden Way N14
Theft of number plates (1) - Grindleford Avenue N11