Every time a child does something that is beyond our school expectations they receive 1 shiny sticker. So we are very pleased to say April has received 15 shiny stickers in class. We are very proud of April's behaviour, attitude and the extra effort she puts in to doing her best at school.
Well done April you are an exemplary student and we are very proud of you.
A visit from Perform
We were very pleased to receive a visit from Perform on Tuesday 6th March. The children had a wonderfully energetic time exploring the theme of Outer Space and using drama, dance and singing to help develop their confidence, concentration and social skills.
To complement the workshop, there is a free educational app for iPhones and iPads based around the theme of Outer Space. It contains fun games, creative tasks and videos of the themed songs and dances. Click here to download it free or here to find out more about the Outer Space theme.
Perform run regular weekly classes in the local area and they are offering a special introductory discount to all parents of Scargill Infant School if they come along for a free trial session before Tuesday 27th March. Click here for the nearest locations. To claim your discount, just call Perform on 020 7255 9120 quoting SCAR270318 or visit perform.org.uk to find out more.
Pupil cuts her locks for The Princess Trust
Our year 2 pupil, Kacey 6, made a very brave and generous donation to the Little Princess Trust by having her golden tresses cut off. We are very proud of you Kacey for raising £150 for The Little Princess Trust who provide real hair wigs, free of charge, for children across the UK and Ireland who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment. For more information visit www.littleprincesses.org.uk
Friday's Kidz Fit
A new year, new routines. The children at Scargill Infant School, Mungo Park Road, Rainham had an exciting and energetic day. Along with their teachers they learnt how exercise makes their heart beat faster and what food they need to eat more of to stay fit and healthy. Carl McKnight from Kidz Fit said “I had a great day once again at Scargill Infants! All the children were amazing and I could tell they have been practising. Keep up the good work.” The children were surprised at how so many things they do is classed as exercise like, running, jumping, swimming, riding bikes. All year groups took part throughout the day taking turns to demonstrate their fitness.
Miss McGahey, Head of School said “It’s very important to learn at a young age how to keep yourself healthy through physical activities and eating healthily. Carl does this in a fun and enjoyable way enabling the children to retain their newly learned skills.”