Yesterday, one of our committed governors, Mr Richard wood, came to school to get involved with some of the Rainbow activities in EYFS. He was also invited into Year 3 to see the Stone Age workshop and he said the following:
"I attended the EYFS 'Rocking Rainbow' event this afternoon. It was extremely well attended with the parents/carers of around 35 children popping in. I took the opportunity to talk to over half of them and I'm pleased to report an overwhelming vote of confidence in the school and the EYs education provision on offer. All I can say is well done the EYs team, they are a credit to the school."
"I should also mention that whilst in school I took up the invitation of Ms Brown in Green 1 to pop in to see for myself how the children were applying their learning regarding stone age culture. It was living history in action as I witnessed arrows being made, corn being ground, furs being woven and jewellery created. The children were delighted to explain their activities to me and were rightly proud of their hand axes etc. that they had made at home as part of their homework project. Well done children and Ms Brown."
He even asked the parents about "What would be even better if..." and the main thing we need to work on as a school is the amount of information we send home and to establish a suitable level of communication from school to home.
Thank you so much to Richard Wood for getting involved with the school's Rainbow Week - very much appreciated!
Mrs Michelle Bates