Friday, 4 July 2014


I am writing this blog just as the children have arrived back from the Rounders Festival which was held at Dame Alice Owens School. Thankfully the good weather lasted and everyone who took part enjoyed the tournament very much. Both teams did very well but one team got through to the final and were just narrowly beaten by Oakmere School by half a rounder. Congratulations to all who took part and a big thank you to Mr Mills and Mrs Robinson for their excellent coaching of the teams.  

This week has been ‘Parent Consultation Week’ in school and it has been lovely to see so many parents in school. All of those that I have spoken to appear very happy with how their child is progressing which is always good to hear. However, if you do have any concerns with your child’s learning remember that you can always make an appointment to see your class teacher or me outside of the parent consultation evenings.

It is another really busy week in school next week as is typical of the end of term. On Monday we have our last ‘Sharing Assembly’ of the year and then on Thursday most of the Year 6 children will be visiting their new secondary schools, which is always very exciting for them. On Thursday we also have the new children who are joining us in reception and nursery in school for a familiarisation visit which makes the school a slightly chaotic but very exciting place to be in. At the end of the week we have the summer fayre to look forward to. It is on from 3.30pm until 8.00pm on the Friday night so let us hope that the good weather from this week lasts until the summer fayre is over.

Have a wonderful weekend and I am sure that with all that is going on in school I will see many of you next week.

 

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