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Week Ending 18th November 2016
This week, the following children have received a Head Teacher’s Award:
Ruby – Year 5 – For her incredibly emotive Remembrance Day poem.
Jamie – Year 5 – For his powerful and selective use of language.
Anya – Year 3 - For her amazing Stone Age story using a range of adverbials.
Jenson – Year 3 – for amazing partitioning homework.
Lucas – EYFS – for amazing writing and letter formation.
Laviah – Year 2 – for her fantastic attitude to learning in English.
Ashton –Year 4 – for a beautiful piece of poetry homework.

Wilf will be spending the week with class 11 due to 100% attendance and Jessica will be spending the day with class 12 due to 100% attendance.
Claude is spending the week with Poppy for super work in French.

Diary of the week:

The weeks are simply flying by and Christmas is approaching rather to fast for us all!

The little ones are busily rehearsing their nativity and the older children have selected the songs they will be singing for the ‘Concert of light’.
On Monday we were interviewing for a new site manager; Mick retires in January but will be staying on with us on a part time basis, which is great. I will give you more information about the successful candidate when everything has been confirmed.

All staff and governors had their safeguarding training on Wednesday evening. The Local Authority provided the training and complemented the team on their extensive knowledge, which is great to hear.

Today I have been dressed as Pudsey as we are raising money for children in need. The children looked great in their pyjamas, but we have all been so warm! Initial count up shows that we have collected in excess of £300!

Have a great weekend.