Weekly Round up
Dear parents and children,
It has been quieter in school without the majority of Years 5 and 6 children who are currently enjoying their last day of skiing. I would like to say a BIG thank you to all the staff and volunteers who gave up their time to support this wonderful visit.
I have enjoyed seeing Year 3 in their Art lesson this week. They were learning how to produce multi-coloured prints. See if you can spot them when you next come into school. I also spent a lovely Forest Schools session with FS1 - great fun!
Thank you to you all for your support so far with Hat day. The School Council voted to support this charity as part of their fundraising work this term. They hope that you will be able to join us next Friday for our long awaited hat parade.
We would like to wish all the Mums out there a Happy Mother’s Day!
School Choir Music Video - Link
School Governors needed.
This summer a number of our governors will be moving onto pastures new. They have done a fantastic job supporting the school over the last 2 years and I am very grateful for their hard work and commitment. However this means we now need more volunteers.
What does a governor do?
The governor’s main role is to support the Head Teacher and staff.
The phrase, often used to describe the role, is ‘a critical friend’.
Can I fulfill the role?
Yes - all you need to be is a parent or someone interested in the school.
What is the time commitment?
The main groups meets 3 times per year after school at 3.30 pm.
We also have smaller groups which focus on specific areas e.g finance, progress which meet each half term at times to suit the members.
For more information please follow this link. http://www.bielefeldschool.com/p/governance.html
If you are able to offer your time please let me know.
We are currently advertising an LSA position. This person would be responsible for supporting teachers with computing. If you use a computer at home and are willing to learn about school systems then this could be the job for you. Training is available.
Team Points – Who am I?
Red team won!
The answer was Charles Darwin who was born in England.
This weeks question…
German Phrase of the week
Have a good weekend