Welcome back!

Welcome back to what promises to be an unforgettable term.  We were delighted to see children return this week, wearing smart uniform (see the fashion models above!) and big smiles.  Children have already been showing passion for learning and we cannot wait to see them make progress, reach their potential and feel very proud during the year ahead.

We look forward to meeting Year 1 to 6 parents at our ‘Meet the teacher’ presentations in a couple of weeks.  Check your emails and the school newsletter for more information.

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Have a great weekend and we look forward to seeing you all again on Monday for more learning and fun.  Children, can you leave a comment below telling us what you are most excited about this term or what you have enjoyed most during your first days back?

Mr Poyton

Head Of School

4 comments on “Welcome back!

  • Mr Pearson says:

    Key Stage 1 really enjoyed singing and dancing to ‘Baby Shark’ in their singing assembly today…Sorry parents, it looks like that song will be in our heads for a bit longer!

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  • Haniya says:

    I can’t wait to do more stuff in Year 6!
    (wHy is EveRyOne liSteNinG tO tHe bAby sHarK soNg?!)

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  • Katrina says:

    Im looking forward to many things in Year 6, such as:
    •New topics
    •More challenging things
    •Trips (possibly)
    •Reading out certificates
    •Year 6 assembly (although its quite a while away)
    •SATS (yeah thats right, i look forward to them)
    •Grange-waters week (even though I’m not going to Grange Waters

    And yeah thats as much as i can think of. Also that weird, baby song is stuck in my head. Im trying to get it out but its not working. Help!!!!

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  • Mark Golledge says:

    Exciting to see everyone back at school and hear about all the plans for the term ahead! The mountain event looked exciting (I may need some of those tips myself) although I’m afraid that “that song” has also ended up in our household too!

    I look forward to hearing and seeing all the things going on in school over the next few weeks.

    Mark Golledge (Parent Governor)

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