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Visit from NSPCC Speak out, stay safe

Kelly and Chrissie from the NSPCC visited us today.  They presented a very important assembly about what we need to do to keep safe.  Children were reminded to talk to a trusted adult if they felt worried or unsafe.  The list of trusted adults included, parents, carers, family members, teachers, teaching assistants, doctors, police and many more.  It is good to know that our children know who talk to if they have any worries.  The message they were given was, “Speak out , stay safe.”

you can find more information about today’s presentation and the work done by the NSPCC at the website below.

https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/services/speak-out-stay-safe/

 

 

 

 

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Year 5 and 6 China Experience

Year 5 and 6 pupils have been learning about the Shang Dynasty.  To help bring learning to life, their Wow day included artefact investigations, some cooking and the chance to meet some very important visitors.  Miss Tupman invited Manman and Xuejing, two students from China who are currently visiting Bristol.  Manman and Xuejing were able to tell our pupils about China and Chinese culture.

 

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Summer Fair 2019

Cabot Summer Fair 2019 was a big success!  All the traditional fair activities were here including Hook a Duck, Coconut Shy and Splat the Teacher.  We also welcomed our friendly local police who brought some vehicles and kit to share with the children.

 

Thank you to Claire for leading our PTFA.  This is a very special event which we know you work hard to make happen.  Thanks also to everyone who made donation of food to sell.

 

 

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Cabot Carnival

The school was full of colour today as we enjoyed our Cabot Carnival!  Last week, Carole Johnson from the St Paul’s Carnival Committee came to tell us about how music and dance and community can bring people together.   We certainly experienced that with parents, staff and children all joining in together.  Each class made costumes and head wear to go with his year’s Carnival theme of Travel. After the dancing procession, each class treated us to a piece Carnival themed, performance poetry.

Y6 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/windrush-child

Y5 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/dadas-stories

Y4 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/our-flat

Y3 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/my-gran-visits-england

Y2 Going South by Brian Moses

Y1 The big ship sails on the Alley Alley O

 

 

This has been a great start to the Carnival weekend.  We hope those of you attending Carnival on Saturday have a wonderful time and enjoy the family entertainment and activities on offer.  More details about this year’s event can be found at the link below.

https://www.stpaulscarnival.net/

 

These were the poems the classes performed.

Y6 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/windrush-child

Y5 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/dadas-stories

Y4 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/our-flat

Y3 https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/poems/my-gran-visits-england

Y2 Going South by Brian Moses

Y1 The big ship sails on the Alley Alley O

 

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Primary Engineer Challenge

Our Engineering Club entered pupils from both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 into the UWE Primary Engineer Competition.  Children had to make vehicles that could perform within precise specifications.  We’ve been very lucky to receive some brilliant support from Mr Adrian who comes to our club each week.  He also helped ensure that our vehicles looked the best on show!  I’m pleased to tell you that Hamse was awarded runner up in his age category. Well done all who took part.

 

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Carnival Assembly

It’s always a pleasure to have a visit from Councillor Carole Johnson.  Today she brought some Carnival sunshine to our Friday assembly.  Carole told us about this year’s Travel theme.  At school we have been preparing for our Carnival by making our costumes and planning our performances.

Some children, and two very lucky members of staff, got to come to the front of assembly and wear some carnival costumes and have a dance around the hall.

Thank you Carole for bringing the message of Carnival to Cabot today, along with some Carnival sunshine!

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Bristol Together Championship

Pupils from Cabot were partnered with children from Brunel Fields to make up a team to play together in this years’ Bristol Together Championship.  The tournament brings together children from different schools across the city to play with each other.  Our team ‘Cabot Fields’ has been playing together for the past couple of months.  The children have got to know each other very well and have worked on both their football skills and working as a team.  We are very proud that they represented both schools and communities so well.  They also did a great job of finishing second in the tournament!

 

 

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