Happy New Year to you all. Thank you so much for your support and understanding during the challenging last couple of weeks of the autumn term. COVID numbers rose rapidly across the school community and as they did, guidelines and advice changed too.
It is clear, and rightly so, that whenever possible schools should remain open. The greatest risk to school closure, or part closure, is lack of staff. We therefore will continue to take every precaution we can to reduce the risk of any cases spreading across our community. Hand hygiene, ventilation, cleaning and following guidelines on symptomatic children/adults and isolation will continue.
Despite all that was happening around us, we were able to hold all of our assessment meetings. The meetings allow us to focus closely on the learning of every child across the school and the huge amount of work teachers and support staff are putting in to ensure good progress.
Please engage with our website and celebrate with me the fantastic curriculum on offer here at Kelvin Grove.
Rocksteady in-school band lessons are the perfect opportunity for your child to learn new skills, develop friendships and have the time of their life.
Watch this short video to see what learning in a band could do for your child’s well-being:
Contact Rocksteady schools team direct on 0330 113 0401 or email email@example.com
Our programme of enrichment clubs start back on Monday 17th January. If you haven’t booked any clubs for your child/ren don’t fret, as we still have some club places available!
You can read all about the exciting clubs on offer via our website and book places on Pay360 / EVENTS https://kelvingrove.lewisham.sch.uk/2022/01/10/enrichment-clubs-spring-2022/
If you usually pay by vouchers, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your club choices. We also have a limited number of FREE club places available for children in receipt of free school meals, please contact the school office for more information.
Ad Hoc Club Sessions
Our ClubXtra and Breakfast Club childcare services are available on contract terms for working and studying parents and carers.
We are able to offer a limited number of ‘Ad Hoc’ sessions in exceptional circumstances – ClubXtra £13.50 / Breakfast Club £4.50 per child, per session.
To book one of these Ad Hoc sessions it is vitally important that you contact the school office in advance to register your child/ren and also make payment via Pay360 / Fees & Subs. This is so we can ensure that appropriate staffing levels are maintained and that our club activities run smoothly for all our club members.
Cerise Class News
This week Cerise class was invaded by an Evil Pea! He has caused havoc in our classroom. We have used all of our super powers
Brass Class News
Year 6 have had a great week! We have been learning all about the Black Death as part our new topic ‘disease and development’. The
Lavender Class News
Wow! What an exciting start to term Lavender Class have had! Our topic this term is titled ‘Guardians of the Planet’ and so we are focusing
Apricot Class News
I am sure all the children came home telling you about our visitors last week. Apricot class were very brave when encountering a corn snake,
The children are all very happy to be back and have returned ready to explore, have fun and be with their friends. They have been
Gold Class News
In Gold class this week, we have started our English topic about the book: ‘Dragon Machine’. In the story, the boy kept on noticing dragon
Jade Class News
We have had a great start to the new term. We were very excited on Tuesday as we launched into our new topic ‘Shakes and
Cinnamon Class News
This term in Year 2, our topic is called Out of the Ashes and is all about The Great Fire of London. For our hook,
Off to space after school ..
Club Xtra children have had a great start to the new year. They were surprised with a space role play area and went to the
Letters sent home
From the Governors
Welcome back to all our families and staff. We hope everyone had a good festive break. We are also hoping that 2022 provides a more stable and certain environment for everyone.
Whilst we have a view of the full school in our Governor duties, we have specific areas of focus for the year. So this term we will be continuing to look at race equality; digital; SEND; wellbeing; and parental engagement.
Towards the end of last term we formed a new PTA, which we are incredibly excited about. Please watch this space for further news where we will be letting you know who the committee members are and how you can get involved.
If you have any thoughts on any of the above areas, or would like to know more, please email us on email@example.com
Babies & Crawlers at Eliot Bank CFC on Mondays 10.00 – 11.30
Latino Bambino Toddlers 9.30 – 10.15 & Latino Bambino Babies 10.15 – 11.00 at TNG on Tuesdays
Adventure Time (soft play) / Giant Messy Play at TNG on Wednesday 10.00 – 11.30
KGEB Community Supermarket at Kelvin Grove CFC on Thursdays 9.00 – 13.00 & 14.00-16.00 £3.50 membership fee per week
L.I.F.E. Cooking Sessions for mums aged 16-35 at Eliot Bank CFC on Fridays @ 11.00 – 13.15
Free Legal Advice Duncan Lewis via phone on Fridays 10.00 – 12.00
Please join our Facebook page Eliot and Kelvin for the latest updates
If you would like to make a donation to support our Community Supermarket, please click on this link: https://gofund.me/c5b83467. Alternatively you can support us by joining the Lewisham Community Lottery here: Lewisham Community Lottery
Read our latest time table here: Children’s Centre Timetable – Spring 2022
Global Camps February 2022
MONDAY 14TH FEBRUARY – FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY
A unique mixture of language learning, sports coaching, arts & crafts and outdoor adventure to keep your young ones active and engaged during the school holidays.
Find out more information or make a booking through our website above.
One Tree Hill Choir
We are a friendly, inclusive choir (we do not audition) and under the conductorship of Ben Vonberg Clark https://www.benvonberg-clark.com/ we have a varied programme. We meet at St Saviour’s Church, on Tuesdays during Term time. 7.15-8.30pm. This term we are aiming to hold a concert at the end of March and we are singing excerpts from West Side Story as well as excerpts from Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms.
Our members come from all around the SE London area and majorly the SEs: 4, 15, 19, 22, 23, 26. Our charity partner is St Christopher’s Hospice and we donate to them a percentage of our concert takings.
Find out more about our choir here: https://www.onetreehillchoir.co.uk/