Friday, 11 January 2019
Thursday, 10 January 2019
My name is Yemi Oyefuwa and I’m writing from a London based TV Production Company called Lion TV; creators of popular shows like Horrible Histories, Homes under the Hammer and Inside the Tower of London.
We are currently making an exciting, new kids TV show for a popular children’s broadcaster. The format sees two teams of 6 compete to put on the best pop-up restaurant, with two celebrity foodies mentoring and judging their efforts in the kitchen and on the restaurant floor. We are looking for kids aged 9-14.
I noticed that your school is registered with the Healthy Schools London Initiative and thought it’d be wise of me to see if you could possibly forward the attached flyer and application form to the students in your school, so that if they are any budding restaurateurs interested, they can be in touch or apply directly with us. I understand you won’t be able to pass me their details, but would you be happy to do the above and/or post it to your social media pages, newsletters and/or mailing lists.
The children must know each other in some capacity; for example, be from the same school or the same cooking club. We’re also happy to include extended family members or friends that attend different schools but know members within the team. If there happens to be less than 6 students applying from your school, it’d be really helpful if you could encourage more students to apply; especially those with an interest in running their own restaurant.
We are looking for mixed groups of boys and girls. Three of the group members will be working on the restaurant floor, coming up with a pop up restaurant theme, welcoming and serving guests, as well as dealing with customers. The other three members will be creating their own menu and cooking to a high standard, under pressure, whilst remaining calm. It’s a demanding challenge so we’re looking for candidates who are capable of working independently in the kitchen or are confident when talking to adults and people.
We think this is a great opportunity for those aspiring to work in the restaurant business, so if have any specific children in mind do, please do forward them the flyer and application form so they can be in touch. Please also pass on my details to any parent/guardian and teachers, if anyone has questions.
Have a fantastic day and please do not hesitate to contact me yourself, if you have any further questions or comments.
T: 0208 846 2041
I am emailing from a TV production company called Tuesday’s Child who make the popular Channel 4 series – Lego Masters, we were in touch with Bannockburn Primary School at the beginning of the year about casting the series that’s currently on at the moment on Tuesday nights. In case you are unfamiliar LEGO MASTERS is the competition series in which some of the UK’s most skilled brick fanatics do battle to be crowned the UK’s best amateur building pair.
Following the success of current series, we are again on the hunt to find Britain’s most talented building duos for a third series. This year we had 7 incredibly talented and wonderful children on the show and it was their dream come true. With that in mind I was hoping to see whether you would mind distributing the attached flyer to your staff and students or parents network to see if the next winner of the series is either attending or working at your school – as we are looking for creative adults too!
Please do let me know if you would like any further information, or if anyone in particular springs to mind.
Assistant Producer – LEGO MASTERS
020 3761 4559
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Wednesday, 9 January 2019
We are looking forwards to new challenges in our learning & want to share the dates for our upcoming 'Learning Together' workshops- these are opportunities for you and your child to learn together and to share in their learning journey. Teachers will be on hand to demonstrate new skills and to answer questions- it's a perfect opportunity to see what learning looks like in our classrooms.
We hope to see lots of you there!
'Learning Together' workshops- Grammar
Tuesday 15th January 2019 Year 5/6- 3.30-4.30 Hall @ MW
Tuesday 22nd January 2019 Year 3/4- 3.30-4.30 Hall @ MW
Tuesday 29th January 2019 Year 1/2- 3.15-4.15 Hall @ HS
On a cold Wednesday morning in January it was a huge surprise to find five Ancient Greek Goddesses on the Manor Way site. The Goddesses, Athena (Goddess of Wisdom), Aphrodite (Goddess of Love), Hera (Queen of the Gods and Protector of Women), Artemis (Goddess of the Moon) and Demeter (Goddess of Harvest) came to visit the children in Year 3 and gave them a taste of what life was like in Ancient Greece.
Later on this week, look out for some more photos of Ancient Greeks!
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Today in Pear Tree Class we looked at magnets. We had the opportunity to look at a range of different types and were incredibly excited to see what they could do. We tried a range of different classroom items, before working out that some things just weren't attracted to magnets!
Take a look at some of the things we discovered were magnetic below!
Friday, 4 January 2019
Thursday, 3 January 2019
On Wednesday 19th December the winners from the latest Book Quiz spent the morning doing indoor climbing at Sutcliffe Park. The children, from both High St and Manor Way. The children had a great time and overcome their phobia of heights!