Here are the Newsletters for the summer term.
Mrs Hodgson took the first group of adventurers to Hardwick Park this afternoon. The children had a great time and thankfully the rain stayed away! The mini bus visits are a reward for improved attendance, positive attitude and good behaviour.
Mrs Smith and Mr Hay have achieved the first part of the Rainbow Flag Skilled Teacher Award. School meets the criteria for recognising and consistently challenging HBT language and behaviours. Staff challenge all aspects of homophobic bullying.
Next steps: Organise the LGBT Ambassador Project Package.
More information to follow…
The classes have all had a chance to look inside a living wagon that belongs to a grandparent of children that go to our school. The children were able to go inside, ask questions about the history of the wagon and also meet a special four legged friend! Some of the parts of the wagon were over 100 years old.
A big thank you to Mr Hoggart for helping our school achieve the Sainsbury’s Gold Sports Award. In 2016-2017, we entered a number of events including: rugby, tennis and cross country. The number of children participating in sports and active games increased too. Well done everyone!
Children attending breakfast club are encouraged to run at least one mile every morning before 9 a.m. Mr Hoggart and Mr Johnson encourage all children to participate. The activity is proving very popular with children from Reception to Year 6.