Thank you to all of the children who came into school today dressed in spotty clothes and to those parents and families who threw money into our collection buckets at the gate, it is much appreciated!
Speaking of charity we raised £324.64 for Cafod’s Brighten Up campaign over harvest so thank you for that as well.
We explored National Anti Bullying Week in class this week with the theme of “All different, all Equal”, there are some pictures on Twitter. Each class has elected their own Anti Bullying Champion who will be another means for the children to broker support from an adult if they are scared to tell directly. The Worry boxes are another method of indicating if the children are unhappy. Thank you to those parents who completed our recent questionnaire on bullying– they were informative but also positive which is good to know. We have sent everyone a reminder of our anti bullying policy so that parents are fully aware of our policies and procedures.
We had an assembly on Monday on Remembrance when we remembered all the soldiers who have died in conflicts around the world– thank you again to all those who bought poppies.
Again it was fantastic to see so many parents come to our Early Years and Year 1 open mornings, in some classes it was a “squash and a squeeze” but it was so good to see how willing parents are to assist their children. The open mornings are all completed for this term– thank you so much to all the staff for holding these sessions, it will be maths after Christmas.
Have a good weekend Mrs Kathy Sexton
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