at Blind Lane , New Silksworth, , SR3 1AS
In our school we aim to provide a stimulating and nurturing environment where the pupils can be successful both academically and socially.
A reminder to all it is our McMillan coffee afternoon today. Y3 = 1:30-2:00pm Y4 = 2:00-2:30pm Y5 = 2:30-3:00pm Y6 = 3:00-3:30pm
Match reports year 5 & 6 7-a-side football tonight - silky juniors 1 v Farringdon academy 0 , great start to our first 7-a-side game with Silksworth playing some great football and we took the lead early on with a good finish from Scott and we played really well all over the pitch with some great defending as well as attacking for to secure a 1-0 win with Ethan getting man of the match ( Ethan the cat lol ) , Second game Silksworth 2 v Fulwell 0 , this was a game we dominated creating numerous chances but only getting the 2 goals from Lewis and Scott in a game which should have been a lot more than 2-0 , man of the match went to Scott - Mr. Stewart
Match report New Silksworth Junior school v St Benets - First half - We started off slowly and went one goal behind but we were Not to be beaten as we just got our heads up and got on with it and got the Deserved Equaliser with our play through Bryson And from here on in we played some Excellent attacking football. We went ahead with a goal from Aran, then we went further ahead with a deserved goal for the battling Daniel to make it 3-1 but we conceded another to make it 3-2. Then from this we kicked on second-half and took control of the game and we went 4-2 ahead with a Brilliant goal from just past the half- way line scored by Louis which flew into the top corner and left the keeper with No chance ( David Beckham would have been proud of this strike!) , St Benets did have a couple more chances towards the end of the game but our Top Cat keeper Harry made two Excellent saves to keep the score at 4-2. We broke away just before the end of the game and Bryson used his strength to battle his way through to get his second goal of the game to give New Silksworth a Brilliant 5-2 Win in their First game at 9 v 9 for our school! Onwards and upwards. Come on Silky!!!! Also I must give a special mention to Callum who got a well deserved Man of the Match for a Great game at Right back! - Mr Stewart.
The last lot of our games. http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/JWJNHFBWIZ.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/WZNPVYCGPL.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/PWASDCVVRU.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/YLTKIOGGAQ.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/MYGMNFANEZ.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/HFUMOOKLTA.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/OIHJGTJZDR.html
Even more games!!!!!!! http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/EDUNZLCMGT.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/SXARWDDUGL.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/QNEMPMBVZD.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/SXARWDDUGL.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/CGMIWSAYUE.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/SMNEPMVJMD.html
Even more games!! http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/LAKBZRKCYE.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/JONLWYEYKF.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/BJRNIILUPR.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/TZTLRYLCEY.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/ZOPYFAJEZI.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/AUBPHNSYOM.html
More games to try. http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/NFLZWAFAWX.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/CVLTDEEVRY.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/LEGBIAMRIS.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/HSUJBPYJPM.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/TOZBPDOCJR.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/SISEFBSMIW.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/FQZZUSLSSD.html
The children from year 4 have been coding their own computer games today in I.T. click on a link to give them a try! http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/RNIMKGRBEY.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/XJIDBCFGVY.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/FUTHNREQDV.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/UFLYSCMLWE.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/HOWTBDTLRS.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/HOWTBDTLRS.html http://apps.espressocoding.co.uk/EIDZPEQEMM.html
Well it was a great start to the new academic year and it was a pleasure to meet our new Year 3's and welcome them to our school.
A reminder to parents, children return to school on Wednesday 3rd of September.
The school will be open today from 1pm till 3pm for uniform sales.
Today in history. 1587: Walter Raleigh's second expedition to the New World landed in North Carolina. 1897: The birth of Enid Blyton, English author (also known as Mary Pollock). Her work has been translated into nearly 90 languages and her literary output was an estimated 800 books, with 8,000,000 sales, over roughly 40 years. 1909: The first recorded use of the new emergency wireless signal SOS. 1918: World War I: The end of the Battle of Amiens that ultimately led to the end of the First World War. The battle is also notable for the large number of surrendering German forces. It was one of the first major battles involving armoured warfare and marked the end of trench warfare on the Western Front.
On this day. 1585: John Davis, one of the chief English navigators and explorers under Elizabeth I, entered Cumberland Sound, Canada, in search of the Northwest Passage. Davis explorations included the Arctic, the Far East and the discovery of the Falkland Islands in 1592. 1940: The German Luftwaffe began a series of daylight air raids on Britain and so began The Battle of Britain which would continue into the following October. 1963: The Great Train Robbery, in which over £2.5 million was stolen, took place near Bletchley, Buckinghamshire. The day of the train robbery also happened to be the 34th birthday of Ronnie Biggs, one of the robbers.
Today in history. 1840: The employment of climbing boys as chimney sweeps was prohibited by an Act of Parliament. 1926: The first British motor racing Grand Prix was staged at Brooklands; 110 laps of the track for a total distance of 287 miles. The winner was Robert Senechal in just over 4 hours, at an average speed of almost 72 miles an hour. 1958: The Litter Act came into force in London as part of the Keep Britain Tidy campaign. Offenders could be fined up to £10 for dropping litter. In the first year nearly 1000 were prosecuted.
Today in history. 1620: The Mayflower departed from Southampton on its first attempt to reach North America but the sister ship, the Speedwell developed a leak. It had to be refitted at Dartmouth and, after further leaks (or possibly sabotage) the Mayflower made the 60 day crossing alone. 1901: Britain's first cinema, the Mohawk, opened in Islington, north London. Films were accompanied by the 16-piece Fonobian Orchestra. At the height of their popularity in the 1940s, cinemas in Britain had average weekly attendances of 30 million. 1976: The clock overlooking the Houses of Parliament stopped for the first time in 117 years.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLiM-S1A6H0 "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime". Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary, uttered these words on the eve of Britain officially entered the First World War. ON MONDAY 4 AUGUST, EVERYONE IN THE UK IS INVITED TO TURN THEIR LIGHTS OUT FROM 10PM-11PM LEAVING ON A SINGLE LIGHT OR CANDLE TO MARK THE MOMENT THE UK ENTERED THE FIRST WORLD WAR, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
Today in history. 1914: Britain declared war on Germany after the Germans had violated the Treaty of London by invading Belgium, and so began 'the war to end all wars'. Lest we forget.
On this day. 1858: Lake Victoria, the source of the Nile, was discovered by the explorer John Speke. 1957: Footballer John Charles was transferred from Leeds to Juventus for a £65,000 fee. He was the first British footballer to be transferred to a foreign club. 1963: The Beatles performed at The Cavern Club (on 10, Mathew Street, Liverpool), for the 292nd, and last time. They received a fee of £300 pounds for the performance. 1978: The Queen officially opened the 11th Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Canada.
On Friday 13th March we would like to invite the children to take part in ‘The Great Silksworth Bake Off’ for Comic Relief. If your child would like to bake a signature cake at home and bring it into school to be judged by Merry Berry and Paul Hollyhocks. The best Bakers will be awarded a prize. The theme of the bake should be ‘Clowning Around’. If the Bake Off is not for your child then we would kindly ask you to donate cakes or biscuits, you have made or bought, for us to sell on the afternoon of March 13th to raise funds for Comic Relief. The children will be able to view the competition entries and buy the cakes and biscuits on the afternoon. So…………Get Baking for Comic Relief!!!!!! Thank you so much for your support.
9 a side game vs. St. Benets scheduled for this evening has been moved to Thursday, sorry for any inconvenience.
Match Report. Wednesday 25th February 7 v 7 against Hillview and Redby. First game we played Hillview and we played some Great football passing and moving with one touch football and we were Solid in defence we took a Good lead with some brave play by Ethan who challenged the keeper and it fell to Ethan's feet to put into the back of the Net then Joseph hit a Great shot on the run to secure a Good 2-0 Win. Second game we played Redby and we shot out the blocks early on and took a Good lead through goal poacher Scott with a Good finish for a 1-0 lead then we created chance after chance but we just could not put away and we nearly suffered but for some great goalkeeping from Josh and some Great defending from Kyle and Ethan to secure a Good 1-0 Win , Well done to All. - Mr. Stewart
Match report for Tuesday 24th February, 9 v 9 vs. Academy 360 , Well what can I say about this game! We started off EXCELLENT with some Great football creating numerous chances and scoring some great goals in the first half. Second half we braved the weather, kept going and scored a few more Great goals to get a FANTASTIC 9-0 Win , Goals came from Louis 3 , Ethan 3, Arran 1 , Ryan 1 & Man of Match Kieran 1. This has got to be our Best performance so far this season, Well done to All the Team. Also A Big mention to our goalkeeper Harry who did not have much to do but made two EXCELLENT saves in the game. Mr. Stewart
Our website has undergone some changes check it out at www.newsilksworthjuniorschool.co.uk
Once again we are having our most popular raffle of the year and we would like to ask if you would donate any chocolate egg, no matter how small, for a prize. Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated. As in previous years we will send tickets home at a later date for you to buy if you would like. Please do not feel obliged to buy them as this is just to make sure every child has the opportunity to take part. Thank you for your continued support.
Notice to parents who also have children at New Silksworth Infant School. The infants and nursary will be closed to children on Friday 13th February due to an inset day, New Silksworth Junior School is still open.
Reminder - NSJS 7-a-Side team are through to the finals of the McAuliff Trophy. the Finals are to take place at Goals Centre, Bede College wednesday 11th February from 4pm till 6pm. If your child is taking part please return permission slips as soon as possible. Thank You.
The Junior School will be selling sweets and drinks next week at breaktimes. Children should bring in no more than 50p. Thank you
If you have any old uniform that you no longer need could you hand it in to the office for recycling. Thank you
School Reports will be sent out to parents on Monday 13th July. Thank you
A reminder that it's our art sale this afternoon and your opportunity to buy some framed artwork made by your children. Y3 1:30 - 2:00 Y4 2:00 - 2:30 Y5 2:30 - 3:00 Y6 3:00 - 3:30 Refreshments will also be on sale.
Great to see everyone looking smart today ready for a new school year. And a huge NSJS welcome to our new Year 3 children.
Hope everyone has had a fab summer break and remember children return to school on Thursday 3rd September at 8:55am.
The school may be closed but this page isn't. We will keep you posted with any news over the summer.
Fantastic leavers performance by year 6, certainly going out in style and not a dry eye in the house. Also a great time had by all at the leavers disco and Bbq.
There will be no after school clubs this week apart from the rescheduled Y3 and Y4 Football club which will take place this afternoon from 3:30pm till 4:30pm. Thank you.