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Nightingale Academy

Minster C of E Primary School

Nurturing Foundations, Flourishing With God

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School News

2019 - 2020

Here is a picture of our year 2 'speed stackers' who were competing at Priory Infants last week. They were wonderful ambassadors of our school and played really well. Here they are with their medals.
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KS2 Spelling Bee

A massive WELL DONE to our class Spelling Stars this year and our school Spelling Champion! The children impressed us all during Friday's KS2 Spelling Bee with their quick recall of tricky spellings- who will win next year?!

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Rainbow and Sunshine classes were lucky enough to have a special visitor today. As part of our topic, 'What happens when I fall asleep?' we have been looking at people who work at night. Firefighter Grant came in to talk to us about what it's like to work at night. We had fun asking him questions such as 'do you ever sleep?'. He showed us his uniform and we were able to try bits on. Thanks Firefighter Grant!
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Year 1 stepped into Thomas Farriner's shoes this week and made bread rolls. Luckily, we didn't burn the school down! Unlike poor Thomas who reportedly started The Great Fire of London.
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Well done to all these children showing resilience in Blue Class who have beaten their Times Table Kung Fu score!
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Indoor Sports Day

 

KS2 had a great time competing during the Indoor Sports Day! Results and certificates are going to be celebrated in collective worship on Friday. It was lovely to see children encouraging others and aiming to be the 'best that they can be.'

The Reading Race!

 

We would like to introduce our new whole school competition- The Reading Race. This competition will promote and encourage children to be reading regularly at home and celebrate classes who are doing this consistently. At the end of each term, teachers will calculate the percentage of children in their class who are reading at home 5 times a week. The higher the percentage, the further the class will move along the track!

 

At the end of the year, the winning class will win £50 for their class to spend on their book corner (to go up with them to their next class). The class themselves will decide on their prize (this may be a selection of books, comfortable cushions and beanbags or even some twinkly lights!) Of course if year 6 win, something else will be put into place with the prize money.

 

In the school hall, we have a new display which will visually show which class is winning the race each term- keep a look out for termly updates on Facebook and the Website!

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What a blinder! Our amazing netball team didn't concede a goal during the whole tournament (even against a team that had scored 10-0 in another match) and came third overall. We couldn't be prouder. The whole team showed resilience, determination and amazing sporting behaviour - we can't wait to see what they do next time!

And to add to that, one of OUR children got player of the tournament - wonderful Darcy - and it was so well deserved.

Well done Team Minster!

Mrs Wish, Mrs Makowska and Miss White

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Team Minster were in action again on Monday and played brilliantly. They have progressed to the next round of the Les Riggs Cup. Well done to all those involved and thank you for your support!

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Today we had the great pleasure of attended Thanet schools passport Year 2 Football Festival at Margate Football. 

We are extremely proud of all the children who took part with some never playing a football match.

You all showed determination, sportsmanship and represented the school with pride.

Well done Team Minster.

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On a wet Saturday morning Minster football team played with high spirits in the Soccer Saturday this year at Upton. The team played extremely well and narrowly missed out on a trophy. They did not lose a game! Great sportsmanship was shown by all throughout the morning. Well done to all those that were involved but a special mention for Olly McCoy who played brilliantly after a late call on Friday. Thank you again to all the supporters that cheered us on.

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Trust Information

Willows Academy Trust

The Federation of Minster and Monkton Church of England Primary Schools

Monkton Church of England Primary School
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