Looking back…

It was a busy day today…

Reflecting

In assembly many of us shared our highlights of the year. Can you leave a comment below telling us your favourite memory of this past school year?

Reading

Well done to our ‘Readers of the Year’. These children really do love books and in assembly today they were awarded with a certificate and a brand new book for reading at home so often. We also welcomed Robert from Essex Libraries to our assembly to talk about the https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/. Make sure you get to a library as soon as possible to sign up. You can borrow 14 books at a time on your library card, all for free! And next Monday you can buy a second-hand book for just 20p or 50p at the end of the day. Please donate a children’s book to our shelter at 8:45am and then come back at 3:20pm to buy a different one! All money will go towards new books for the school.

Reporting

Representatives from our brilliant School Council presented to school governors and Mrs Baker today. See the pictures below. They reported to our visitors on the School Council’s important work, highlights of the school year and the findings of their research into two of our school improvement priorities this year; writing and attendance. Thank you to all our School Council representatives and to Miss Dearing who has supported them along the way.

Three more days of the term left with LOTS more fun ahead. See you next week!

Mr Poyton

3 comments on “Looking back…

  • Haniya says:

    My favourite memory this year was doing the Production!
    I’ll miss Lawford Mead a lot 🙁

    Reply
  • My favourite memory of this year is being able to do my last year sport with miss Lindsay and being with my freinds and i will miss LMPS sooo much

    Reply

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