What a lovely week …

What a lovely week we have all had this week!  It has really felt that the gloom of the past few weeks is finally lifting.  Everybody has enjoyed spending time learning outside in the sunshine.

The Key Stage Two children in school had a games afternoon on Jesus Green on Wednesday, learning some new co-operative games using the parachute.

Reception children have been making the most of their outdoor area, as usual, which is now a ‘Garden Centre’ to help them with their learning about plants.  Please see the photographs below.

Reverend Helen Orr has produced a wonderful guide to praying in difficult times, called ‘Loved in Lockdown’.  This was used as a focus for Collective Worship this week, but can be followed any time.  Please take a look!

Stars of the Week ending 26th February

Owl Class:
Alice
for settling back in
Dylan for engaging really well with sessions this week
Isabella for engagement in drawing club and wonderful ideas

Flamingo Class:
Lorna for always being positive and working hard in everything
Franek for always engaging with live sessions and answering questions well

Woodpecker Class:
Elliott for being eager to learn and beginning a new routine
Andrej for consistently putting effort into home learning
Anja for being cheerful and working independently at a difficult time
Anna for working hard on her school work at home

Eagle Class:
Callie for producing work of a high standard and a fabulous Anaconda story
Hanna for showing resilience in learning fractions

As a school we seek to be child-led. When the Governing Body asked the pupils across the entire school to discuss what our core values are, this is what they said:

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