Year 1 Trip to Budakeszi Vadaspark
Year 4 Trip to Aquincum
Assessment Fortnight begins
Step Up Day
12th& 13th June
Primary Swimming Competition
Britannica’s Got Talent
Reports out to Parents
Last day of Term 3
It has been a busy week in Primary with Primary Sports Day and all the excitement that brings! There’s still been lots of time for lovely learning in class too.
Class News Year 5 Teme undertook some practical Maths and measured the surface area of the wall in the Pirate Cove. This will help us in our preparations for purchasing paint for Project Pirate Mural which will take place from the 3rd June. Please see the gallery for pictures.
It’s nice to see more parents exploring what the Parent Portal has to offer! The class teachers have been sharing some useful d links in their weekly communication under the School Information Tab. I hope you find this helpful.
Also available are some excellent links, including to Balint Letay-Nagy’s EAL website and Education City. These 2 areas have a wealth of activities, information and help for learning at home.
To access these links, click on the School Information tab and select Bookmarks and Links.
Please do take the time to explore the Parent Portal and ask for help from me if you are having trouble registering your account.
If you have further suggestions on what information you would like us to share, do let me know!
You can find the parent portal link on the school website homepage.
Despite the rain, Spring Fayre was an epic success with the gym and halls packed with children and their families enjoying the events, the food and meeting with friends in our community. Thank you so much to the PSA for their organisation, the teachers for planning the activities and to all of you for supporting the event. It really is a highlight of the year and succeeded in raising money for a very good cause, the charity Fészek Alapítvány, who work with families in the adoption process.
Despite the rain on Monday, on Wednesday, the sun was shining! Primary participated in a wonderful day of events and fun, including javelin, medicine ball, relays, sprints and swimming. There was even some dodgeball and dancing (see the Facebook page for some AMAZING moves from Years 4,,5,6 and Miss Kiss!). The teamwork and effort the children put into the events was lovely to see and, whether they came away with a medal or not, they are all winners!
A huge thank you to Ms Tron for all of her hard work and organisation (especially after we were rained off on Monday!). The event was a huge success thanks to her enthusiasm and that of the teachers who ran the events and supported and encouraged our children.
Well done to Fire house for their amazing win too! It was very close and the other houses also did brilliantly.
Please see the gallery for pictures.
This week, was Earth Day assembly, led by Miss Lawson and Miss Tonge. Our teachers gave a very important message regarding protecting our vulnerable wildlife.
Mr Hudspith also presented some Book Week prizes which created a lot of excitement and happy memories from last term. We also did some one-minute meditation with Miss Lawson and congratulated our Stars of the Week.
Many congratulations to all children who appeared in the merit book. Check out the Britannica Facebook page for photos of assembly.
Star of the Week
Noel Y3 Tamar
Jenny Y4 Tees
Hanna Y3 Stour, Mara Y6 Tyne
Eva Y1 Axe
Daniel Y6 Tyne, Ivor Y4 Taw
Vasilisa Y5 Teme
Concerns and Queries
This is a reminder to parents that if you have any concerns or worries, please contact your child’s teacher. You can find all email addresses under the teacher’s picture on the school website: https://britannicaschool.hu/staff
The Key Stage Coordinators can also help: firstname.lastname@example.org, J.email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and of course, I would be happy to help too at email@example.com.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend with your families,
Head of Primary