Woodfield Weekly Blue Sheet
30th November 2018
Dear Parents and Carers,
Attendance Lottery Winner:
Year 7: Omar Year 8: Samira Year 9 : Jibran KS4: Tomas
Parent Assembly for Year 7, SDE, DGO and LMU
Monday 3rd December at 1.45pm- 2.45pm. As a part of SMSC, we teach our students to respect all religions and cultures. In order to celebrate this ethos, in the Autumn term, where most of the religions represented at Woodifeld have festivals, we are holding an assembly called 'Celebrating all Religions and Cultures.' Each of the above mentioned classes will be performing and parents are invited to come and support the children. Parents are able to take their child home at the conclusion of the event.
Parent Teacher Meetings for December
These meetings will be held over two evenings, Wednesday the 5th (for Key Stage 3) and Wednesday the 12th (for Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5) of December from 4pm - 7pm. The meeting time will finish promptly at 7pm, so make sure you arrive early enough to visit all the teachers you want to see. If you arrive at 10 minutes to 7, you will only be able to see a maximum of one teacher.
On Wednesday 5th December, the meetings are for parents and carers of pupils in Key Stage 3. Parents and carers of pupils in base classes (i.e. DGO (Miss Gonzalez), LMU (Mr Murray), SDE (Mrs Deorukhkar), 7ICR (Mrs Crosbie) and 7SHU (Miss Hussain)) should have received by, text and email, a link to book a twenty minute appointment with their child's form tutor. Other teachers (for subjects such as PE, Music, Art etc) are available for 10 minute interviews on a first come first serve basis.
Parents and carers of pupils in year 8 and year 9 can visit their child's subject teacher for a 10 minute discussion on a first come first served basis. Please note their will be no opportunity to see Mrs Crosbie (French) as she will be booked up with her tutor group interviews.
On Wednesday the 12th of December, meetings are for parents and carers of Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 pupils. All these meetings will be for 10 minutes of a first come first served basis, except for pupils in MDM (Mrs Del Moral) and Miss Henry (KHE) classes. Parents and carers of pupils in MDM or KHE class should have received, by text and email, a link to book a twenty minute appointment with their child's form tutor.
If you have any problems or questions, please contact the school office for assistance.
SALT coffee morning - Friday 7th December at 10am
Parents are invited to a coffee morning with the SALT team. The team will discuss what is speech and language therapy, the support provided at school, how it helps pupils and how does speech & language therapy work. This coffee morning is particularly important to parents of pupils with communication difficulties. This will be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have. If you would like to attend, please contact Patsy to confirm a place. Please note, no parking in the school car park for coffee mornings.
Everyone is invited to Woodfield School Christmas fair
We are delighted to invite you all to our Christmas fair on Tuesday the 11th of December from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m.
The students from Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 will be showcasing their work and selling items suck as woodwork, Christmas decorations, popcorn, tomato chutney, bouncy balls, candles, terrariums and salads, and lots lots more besides.
We extend our warm welcome to everyone to come and support the students.
In case you cannot make it in person, then you may give your child up to £5 for the day to spend at the fair. The money can be handed in to the form tutors in the morning who will then keep it safe and return it to the students at the time of the fair.
The money raised from the fair is distributed equally between the Vocational Education budget, class parties and donations to charities.
School Dinner Money
Can all parent/carers please clear any dinner money arrears before the Christmas break. As mentioned previously, we clear the books before term ends. You can pay online or via reception. If you require any assistance with this please contact Laila from the reception team.
Sufra NW London
Sufra NW-London is a charity based in Stonebridge which provides a food bank and community kitchen services to those in need. Woodfield School is now working with Sufra as a referral agency. We are able to issue a voucher to parent/carer to enable them to visit and be provided with a food parcel which contains a week’s supply of food for the whole family.
If you require more information or assistance, please contact Patsy, our Parent Liaison Officer. Rest assured as always, that all meetings will be treated confidentially.