Our college courses started this week. This is an opportunity for the children to complete a course of study over six weeks. Courses include Spanish, Geocaching, Jewellery making, Baking, Football and many, many more. there will be a big display of our learning in our entrance hall.
Welcome back everyone. It has been a glorious break with unseasonably warm sunny weather and I hope everyone has enjoyed themselves. At school Mr Fishwick, our Site Manager, has been busy making sure things get done. The new roof at the junior end of the building has been finished a week early and looks very smart. Upstairs, a new fire door has saved thousands of pounds in meeting fire regulations without the need for a fire shutter. Our school values have been put up in the hall. I was pleased that most of our children noticed this in assembly this morning. There are some fabulous topics this term and, as I write, everyone is busy learning downstairs.
What a scorcher! The sun continues to shine and England are still in the World Cup. What more could we ask for? Our eldest children returned weary from an exciting weekend away from our residential visit. A good time was had by all and I'd like to thank the staff who worked so hard. Although it did look like a scene from the Waltons with Mrs Morris sitting on the porch in the sunshine on Saturday evening! We had our super sports day on Friday. A huge thank you to all the parents and carers who supported and cheered for all the children. And, a big thank you to Mrs Shaw.