20 Jul 2016

Head Teacher's summer message.

I would like to say goodbye to all of our leavers. You leave with our best wishes for the future. 

I would also like to welcome our new families who will be joining the school in September. I look forward to meeting you all.

It has been a happy and successful year in school. There have been many highlights: the Primary Science Gold award, the Children's University graduation, the clubs and after school events and the many visits we have been on. However I will leave the last word to Mr Light (Ofsted inspector) who described our school as a good school.

'An open and welcoming culture prevails. Pupils are happy and feel safe. Pupils’ strong personal qualities are a prominent feature of your work.......You know the school is on a journey and are not prepared to stand still.'

Thank you to everyone who has made this year possible.

If you have any questions or queries over the summer then please contact me on the email below.

Please note that if you need school uniform the school office will be open on Friday 2nd September between 11- 1pm.

Have a lovely summer

Best wishes
Mrs Mason





8 Jul 2016

Headteacher's Message July 8th 2016


Dear parents, children and carers,

Last week I had the pleasure of watching this year’s Children’s University graduates receive their certificates.  We have mounted the children’s photographs on our wall of fame for you to see. Thank you to all of you for your support of extra-curricular activities.

This week I enjoyed a music lesson with Mr Reeves and the Year 4 children. As you can see below we also had a number of parents taking part. Mr Reeves explained how the class had built up their guitar skills. The children then coached their parents. I have to say it was an interesting experience to be a pupil again!
 
I have also been watching the art exhibition evolve. I hope you will be able to come into school next Wednesday to see the children’s art work. Please feel free to get your child from the classrooms and they can act as your guide. There will be tea and coffee available in the hall.

Y4 acted as coaches this week and showed their parents how to play the guitar when they joined in a music lesson





Well done to the whole school for being the runner up in the Enthuse awards for the best primary school for science teaching and learning in the UK! WOW.


Bielefeld's Got Talent KS2 Auditions


The KS1 Judges



and some of the acts








Where in the world is this?





Have a good weekend!

Mrs Mason