Headteacher’s Blog 26th March 2021

The children and staff all deserve a really enjoyable break. The children have done so well; it will take a little time to build up their learner stamina for the busy school days once again.

It’s been wonderful to have a taster of normality by having a full school for these two weeks before Easter.

We have had some wonderful creative work during the time we have returned to school.

The Diocesan book ‘Tell me a Dragon’ has inspired wonderful work. The new display is extremely impressive and I love the new Values display! Mrs Downes will love it when Covid allows her to visit.

The children and staff have loved all the Easter activities and treats. The Early Years pupils look so proud of all their creations. Had you worked out that the hand prints would magically transform into Bunny ears?

A very big thank you to the PTA and the Church for spoiling the children. It has been well and truly appreciated!

I am optimistic that we can have a wonderful Summer term. We will have some extra small group activities to support our learners where needed,and we can certainly have lots of fun making the most of our lovely outdoor areas.

The staff have been focusing on the New Curriculum planning lots of activities based around the Four Purposes. This has been very much a team approach with a wonderful variety of activities to consolidate and extend pupil skills.

There has been a major focus once again on supporting pupil wellbeing in all aspects of the planning.

Have a lovely Easter!