Easter is a time for regeneration, to begin anew.
Summer Term begins Tuesday 8.50am… see you there!
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In our school journey we believe… belong… become…
we believe that…
we should all love learning / we should inspire a passion for learning
the best learning is achieved through the provision of broad and stimulating experiences
that only through taking risks and making mistakes can we reach our full potential
we should always reach beyond our own aspirations and we will encourage others to do the same
we should always expect high standards
in belonging we…
are all the heart of our community – local and global
are a community that values the individual first
work hard as a team to improve the outcomes for all
recognise that we are all leaders and seek to develop the capacity to lead in everyone
seek to understand, respect and celebrate the differences of our world (while educating ourselves in and seeking explaining ion for ideals which we cannot reconcile in our community)
we will become…
independent and autonomous lifelong learners
valued members of our communities who have the highest aspirations for ourselves and the highest regard for others
successful, educated, confident and caring individuals
You’re welcome with parents from 8.30am and children only from 8.45am!
Let’s have a great year!
Mrs Railston and I have been hitting the charity shops! Planning our Roald Dahl costumes! Don’t forget that we are celebrating his 100th on the 13th September! Fancy dress as one of his book characters!
Have a look at the calendar. More to come but you can see a lot of the year here!
Don’t forget to check with the office if you need to update your email as the newsletter is done via email or can be found via a link on the school ‘news’ website.
We are back on the 5th September. The teachers will be at Woolacombe on the 1st September training and then in school on the 2nd. We will be able to give uniform out on the 2nd if you haven’t collected it already.
See you soon.
In September we will be launching our LOVE READING initiative. We don’t want the children to just learn to read – we want them to love to read!
We are really excited about using a set of books across the entire school called – ‘The Reading Spine’. Every year group has a set of books which they will read over the whole year.
We would encourage you to buy these books for your child! Then you can read them at home and the children can bring them into school and read them together!
Petroc Students and Chris Jenkins have been hard at work once again!
They have designed a water table which allows the children to problem solve as well the play with water. A series of funnels and tubes at the top of the table can be moved, prompting children to predict and experiment to see where the water they pour will emerge.
The Tiddlers have already got stuck in. Many grateful thanks to Chris and the Petroc students for their effort and support in giving our children such a wonderful piece of equipment.