Dear Parents and Carers
School Newsletter Friday 30th April
This week we have celebrated Good Shepherd Sunday. We have thought about Jesus as the Good Shepherd, calling us by name and helping us to feel safe and secure, particularly as a school family.
News from this week
We have begun to take part in The Big Ask. This is the largest ever survey of children and young people in England. The government Children’s Commissioner, Rachel de Souza, has put it in place so that the views and opinions of young people can be heard following the pandemic.
We’ve also taken part in the Royal Mail Hero Stamp competition, our entries will be sent off next week. Our Chaplaincy Team, led by Mrs Cassidy, have finished sowing their wild flower meadow. Everyone in school has decorated a rock and these have been laid as a border. We look forward to seeing the beautiful results.
We are hoping to be able to increase the school meals available to KS2 classes. Our plan is to include the option of a hot meal each day. More details to follow
Congratulations to Daniel Wainscott, Daisy Tann, Freddie Pearson and Raphael Raquel who have achieved their bronze award; and Emelia Halliwell, Nico Wilson, Libbie Moore and Christopher Hewitt who have achieved their silver award. Well done all of you!
Readers of the Week
Congratulations to: C1 Lacie; C2 James; C3 Isabella; C4 Zahra; C5 Ethan; C6 Sophie; C7 Ksawery; C8 Raphael.
Writers of the Week
Well done: C1 Eva; C2 Artus; C3 Freya; C4 Zachary; C5 Taylor; C6 Vanessa; C7 Maisie B; C8 Kimberly.
Weekly Class Winners
Congratulations to: C1 Kobe; C2 Ollie; C3 Ebony; C4 Joshua; C5 Sofia; C6 Stevie; C7 Leland; C8 Evie.
Best wishes for a lovely bank holiday weekend, see you on Tuesday.
Mrs S Price