Year 6 had the opportunity to demonstrate their superb model-making and research skills on the morning of their Great Exhibition when they displayed their homework projects. It was great to see the care and attention to detail that each child had taken with their models and written reports. Children had chosen the area of Victorian life that most interested them; this ranged from the development of the railway to the most delicious Victorian sponges (which were extremely popular!)
On Tuesday evening we took 120 very excited children to see Cinderella at the Marlowe Theatre They even got a shoutout on stage! Several staff members that attended with the children were complimented by several adults watching the pantomime on how well behaved our children were which is always nice to hear. What a fabulous pantomime. We can’t wait to come back again and see next years!
The governors were delighted to welcome the parents to the first Parent/ Governor Forum Meeting this week. We were able to experience the children working in the Forest School environment and to look around the area being used for outdoor learning. The Staff and Governors explained the rationale behind this new initiative which stimulated a wide and interesting discussion.
Thank you for the support you gave to Anti-Bullying week, sending the children in to school in odd socks and buying cakes at the cake sale. We are pleased to report that the cake sale raised £136.06 for The Breck Foundation. We do hope your children came home and discussed the various activities that took place during school.