Preparations are well under way across the school for the start of the new school year which is rapidly approaching.
As always, the whole school has been cleaned from top to toe and every classroom is ready for it’s new group of children. On top of the usual preparations a great deal of work has gone in to updating the learning environment in Year 6. It looks fantastic.
Families wishing to buy school uniform can come to the front office as always during school hours but on the first day we’re all extremely busy dealing with the new families, so please wait until after school on Tuesday or Wednesday morning onward for that.
We hope you’ve all had a lovely break and very much look forward to seeing you all in school colours on Tuesday 29th August. Doors open at 8.35am as always.
Firstly, we would just like to say well done to all of the year 6 pupils on a truly fabulous year. They have all worked so hard in the classroom this year and have achieved so much in their SATS. They have made us very proud.
Their end-of-year production of Grease was something quite special and every one of them performed brilliantly in front of the whole school, family and friends. What a show.
Across the school our pupils and staff have worked tirelessly to ensure that they had a really solid year. All children have made outstanding progress thanks to some fantastic work put in by the staff.
Well done everyone.
Here’s hoping you all have a great summer and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 29th August.
This year’s Dragon’s Den was, once again, a fantastic success. The pupils had clearly worked very hard indeed to create their new product ideas, their presentations and be ready for the tough questions from this year’s Dragons.
Competition this time around was SO fierce that the Dragon’s couldn’t separate them and we had, for the very first time, joint winners.
The two year groups who shared the first prize were (in no particular order)…
Years 3 with THE BOTTLE HEAD
A multi-purpose storage container made from recycled bottles
and Year 4 with SUPER SWEET BADGES
Badges made from recycled sweet wrappers
In in third place was…
Year 2 with THE SLIDEBOARD
A handy and easy-to-store dry wipe boards, pens and boards rubbers
Well done to all the pupils who put in such an amazing amount of effort.
As most of you will know the school has been raising money from many different sources, both in and out of school, so we can send some of our staff over to Gujarat in India to help support some under privileged children in an Ashram.
Right now Miss Hubbard, Mr Hassall and Mrs Mahomed have giving up their Christmas holiday to be away from their families at this festive time to volunteer and offer their help and support where it is needed more. What an awesome thing to do.