Friday, 19 October 2018

Bannockburn Bistro at Manor Way

Well done to the four children who were invited to the Bannockburn Bistro at Manor Way.


Achievement Assemblies at Manor Way and High St

Today's Achievement Assemblies across both High St and Manor Way sites. Well done to everyone who gained a Merit Certificate, invitation to Always Club and the Bannockburn Bistro or whose class received the Attendance Bear.

 High Street site

Manor Way site



The Great Bannockburn Healthy Bake-Off Competition on Friday 2nd November



For some inspiration on healthy, no added sguar bakes have a look at these deliciously tasty treats














Bannockburn School Newspaper - your school needs you!




We are launching a termly school newspaper for the children and families of Bannockburn and we want you to name it!

Send your ideas for the name of our School Newspaper to:
schoolnewspaper@bannockburn.greenwich.sch.uk before Fri 2nd November and see if your idea is chosen by the Editorial Team.

We will also be looking for contributions to the newspaper.

The following sections will feature in every issue and so we will constantly be looking for the following items:

·         Fun stuff - Jokes, Tongue Twisters, Trivia questions, Fun facts,

·         Riddles & Puzzles (logic, mazes, problems, Sudoku, word searches)

·         Photos of artwork & examples of writing e.g. poetry or short stories

·         Language phrases (with pronunciation support)

·         Articles on activities/ events you have taken part in recently around school (e.g. trips, assemblies, sports competitions, fundraising)

There will also be a ‘themed’ photography competition. This issue’s theme is POLLUTION. Your photo can interpret the theme in any way, but if it contains a photo of a person, you must have permission from the person in the photo to take it and send it to us. The best photos will appear in the next issue.

 Send your articles and items (with your name and class details) to: schoolnewspaper@bannockburn.greenwich.sch.uk

Alternatively, if handwritten/made, you can place them in the School Newspaper Suggestions Box located in either High Street or Manor Way offices.

World Food Day 2018 assemblies brought to you by the Fair Trade & Healthy Eating Monitors

To recognise World Food Day on 16th October, members of the Manor Way Fair Trade & Healthy Eating Monitors Team led two special phase assemblies for our children. Their assemblies made us reflect on our fortunate lives and the fact our right to food is something we might take for granted; we were reminded of our responsibilities to eat healthily, not be greedy or wasteful and to show empathy to struggling farming communities and those who suffer hunger and malnutrition around the world.




Fortnite #WakeUpWednesday

Message from The National Online Safety Team:

As part of our #WakeUpWednesday campaign, National Online Safety has teamed up with MusicAlternative to launch a Fortnite online safety song for your school to share with its whole school community!

Our song encourages parents and carers to "stay switched on" to online dangers when their children are playing Fortnite. We hope you love this video just as much as we do!

Please help us spread the message far and wide by retweeting our Fortnite song for parents & carers here:
https://twitter.com/natonlinesafety/status/1049971808852697089

YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j150BqInjnY
Download link: https://we.tl/t-wa4OjQ2jPu

 Many thanks for your continued support and for helping us to achieve a safer online world for children! 

The National Online Safety Team

VIP visitor: Peter Bakare visits Manor Way

Bannockburn was lucky enough to have a special VIP visitor last week! Peter Bakare, the Olympian volleyball player, visited our school to lead some special sponsored sports sessions. We had to work together as a team to encourage each other to be resilient- it was tough! Make sure you ask us about the exercises we did- we'd love to show you!

At the end of the day, we had a special assembly to hear more about Peter's amazing achievements- he inspired us to choose a goal we love and keep working towards it, even if we have some setbacks. His message fit with our school values- it was amazing to see how successful you can be if you show teamwork, effort and resilience.