Cleadon Church of England Academy



Spirited Arts Week

In June the whole school took part in Spirited Arts Week. Click the picture to look at some of our fantastic work!Spirited Arts logo

Sports Day / Wacky Workout Fundraiser

This year we are combining Sports Day and the summer fundraiser into a Wacky Workout. It will consist of a carousel of Sports Day style activities which we arehoping you will sponsor the children to complete. On the day of their event the children can come into school wearing fancy dress/wacky outfits – however, please remember they need to be able to be active! Princess dresses may not be the best choice!
As I explained last week, we will not be able to invite parents in to spectate this year, but will make sure you are updated via our FaceBook page.
We would appreciate any funds raised to be sent into school as soon as possible after the children have taken part. All monies
raised will go towards updating and renewing reading books.

Summer Lunch Menu

Rights Respecting School Award
We ran a competition in school for the children to design a Rights Respecting Schools mascot. Eliza from Year 4 won the competition. Her mascot was called Rolo the Rights Respecting Mascot. The features on Rolo's body represents different rights of the child.
                May be a cartoon of text that says "Rolo our Rights Respecting Mascot My ears show the right to be listened to. My house represents the right to shelter. My water bottle signifies the right to clean water. My pencil shaped body is to signify the right to education My apples and carrot signify the right to healthy and nutritious food. My ball isa symbol of the right to relax and play. My microphone shows the right to speak and have opinions."  

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