Headteacher Weekly News – 28.04.17

KS2 children receiving merits for ‘Good Work’ in Achievement Assembly were Josie Woolacott, Imogen Metcalfe, Amy Travers, Olivia Bellis- Williams, Tasmin Cole, Daniel Hale, Sam Healey and Dylan Gwynn.

The following KS2 children were recognised for positive values: Jack Whitehouse, Poppy Salter-Hourigan, Aimee Jones, Tom Whitehouse, Simona Devanakis, Morgan Willis, Amy Lui and the whole of Year 3SK!

It’s been a smooth first week back.  The children have settled back well into their classes.  Year 5 visited Port Eynon today to undertake environmental work on the beach as part of their Outdoor Learning programme.  This is the first in a series of outdoor days which will see the children working towards achieving the prestigious John Muir Environmental Science Award.

Next Monday is the May Day Bank holiday and then nationals tests are being held for Years 2 – 6 between May 3rd and May 10th.  Whilst these tests are statutory, please be reassured that  we endeavour for all the children to be as relaxed as possible when taking them.  Teachers have been successful in previous years in alleviating any possible stress and the vast majority of children have coped fine.

Next Friday is the P.T.A. Quiz Night in the school hall.  We look forward to seeing many of you there.  It promises to be a really fun evening.

Have a good weekend.

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