So far this term...
As we approach October we reflect on the start of the school year and congratulate our new Hedgehogs for settling into school so well.
Our new Year 6 have risen to the challenge of their last year with us. They are off on their residential next week to The Frank Chapman Centre - we wish them well.
A new Prime Minister has been elected; Rui Roper will lead the new Cabinet of Ministers which include:
Deputy Prime Minister: Macey Phillips
Chancellor: Henry Mason
Education Minister: Isobel Cutler
Health Minister: Emily Stiles
Sports Minister: Morgan Jones
Environment Minister: Maisie George-Fuller
On Monday the new cabinet will provide Key Stage 2 with the opportunity to become Junior Ministers for each department.
Areas in which the cabinet will lead and develop include: completing the Healthy Schools Award audit, working towards the Sports Mark Gold Award, taking part in learning walks and 'deep dives' of subjects including maths, reading and SEND provision this term. Maisie will be reporting back on the recent Climate Change Summit and what we can do as a school to reduce the carbon footprint. Henry will be keeping a close eye on funds and will explore ways in which we can increase further our reading resources.
Also on Monday our new School Council will be revealed. Reuben Walker from Year 6 will act as Chair this year with the first meeting on Monday from 2.30pm.
Kingfishers are making full use of the Forest School each Monday morning with the amazing outdoor environment providing a great stimulus for geography and science themed sessions.
With Harvest fast approaching followed by the annual Macmillan coffee morning the pupils are looking forward to sharing their 'All things bright and beautiful' art work in church on Friday 4th October.
Come and join us...