Dates for your diary: spring and summer term 2020
Dates for your diary: spring and summer term 2020
We’re very excited to announce the first class winners for the Sportsmanship Awards this December. Each class nominated a pupil who has shown one or more of the characteristics of the Sportsmanship themes. We had a special assembly to present the winners with a certificate and the parents of the winners were invited along too. Take a look at the very worthy winners!
A fabulous time was had by all at the Year One Family Learning session last week. They were challenged with creating a bug house of their own. What brilliant designs!
These sessions are free to KPI and are delivered Rotherham CLC, we really appreciate them visiting our school with such amazing workshops for our families.
We are very excited to announce that we have a special visitor coming to school on Tuesday 26th November. Granny Norbag will be coming to see Year 1 & 2 classes. Author Malcolm J. Hogan will be bringing his Granny Norbag experience to KPI and introducing his latest book to us. The children have loved previous visits from Malcolm and we’re really looking forward to seeing him again.
Copies of the book signed by Malcolm will be available to purchase and also the opportunity to buy all 3 of the Granny Norbag books. There will be order forms available for those who wish to buy any signed copies. Send us a message on school Dojo (social media account) if you require an order form and we will send one home with your child on Monday.
KPI were very proud and excited to be part of ‘Kiveton and Wales Kindness in the Community Week’ at the beginning of October.
Each class at KPI took up the challenge of completing 21 acts of kindness throughout the week. Alongside the class challenge, each child took home a personal record sheet to record their acts of kindness at home.
Check out the new ‘Sportsmanship Award’ board in school. The award will be presented half-termly and children will be nominated by staff for showing characteristics of one, or more, of the sportsmanship themes. The themes are respect, excellence, courage, friendship, equality, being a positive example to others, striving to meet goals, inspiration, taking part fairly, teamwork, being motivated by the achievement of others, giving your best, determination and supporting others 🏆🏆🏆
Children in Need 2019
KPI are proud to be supporting Children in Need again this year. On Friday 15th November children and staff are invited to attend school dressed in spotty clothing or Pudsey clothing/accessories or non-uniform. We’re asking for a £1 donation on the day towards Children in Need.
It’s here! KPI Story Time has been launched over on Instagram. Please search for kpi _story_time or use the hashtag #kpistorytime to find and follow us.
At Kiveton Park Infant School we love books and we want to share that love of reading. Join in by reading our book recommendations and taking up the challenges we set with your children.
Challenges will be posted every Friday, keep watching so you don’t miss them!
Hello and welcome to the brand new KPI Story Time account. At Kiveton Park Infant School we love books and we want to share that love of reading. Join in by reading our book recommendations with your children. Challenges will be posted every Friday, keep watching so you don’t miss them.
Use #kpistorytime to share the love. All books are available from #rotherhamlibraries#supportyourlocallibrary
We’re delighted to announce a new Family Learning event at KPI. This FREE Family Learning is a 2 week project for children in Year 2 and their parents/carers. The 2 sessions are 17th and 24th October and will explore how we can help to save the environment. Children and parents will work together using a range of art and crafts to make a piece of art that details different ways we can look after our planet.
At Kiveton Park Infant School we want children to have a say. We want to know how they feel about things, and to listen to their views on how to change things to make them better. In the next couple of weeks each class will be electing 2 MPs to represent them. The MPs will go to meeting sand share ideas from their class.
If your child would like to be a class MP, they must tell everyone what they would do to make our school better; by either talking to the children in class, making a poster or writing a letter. These will be shared with their class over the next couple of weeks(canvassing for votes will end Thursday 10th October).
The children in each class will vote for the 2 children they think will do the best job on Friday 11th October.
Children who wanted to be members of School Parliament in Mrs Goucher’s class talked to the class today about why they should be voted for to be an MP. They also answered questions that others had about what made them a good choice for the role.
Voting took place today for School Parliament members. Children could make a poster, write a letter or talk to the class about why they would make a good MP. Mrs Grady’s class were very proud of the posters and letters they made.
This child in Mrs Mason’s class has been busy making a poster to tell everyone why he would like to be a member of School Parliament.