Headteacher blog w/c 26th Nov
This week has been full of sporting celebrations with children from both Junior classes taking part in a multiskills and a futsal tournaments. Mr Tyler accompanied both groups of children and said the children were a real credit to the school on both occasions. It was fantastic to have them all up to celebrate in assembly.
Sue Waterston from Framework came to join us for our fantastic Friday assembly to talk about where our donations for the Alternative Advent calendar will be donated and how important they are to their service users. We look forward to seeing all the donations the children bring in over December as we count down to Christmas.
On to our Brilliant book..
Infant 1- Anders you were the super sentence write and Mrs Findley was so impressed at you writing every phoneme correctly in the sentence. Well done!
Lauren- you have made a wonderful clay decoration. Lauren took a lot of time and care over her work and had her own ideas about how to decorate it.
Infant 2- Jacob- for perseverance when doing column addition in maths including carrying ones.
Hudson- for improved presentation and determination to do more in all his work
Junior 1- Melissa- for completing her times tables 12×12 card. Now the challenge is to keep them sharp!
Riley- for trying really hard and focusing with Mrs Dewick in you extra English sessions.
Harrison- for being kind and considerate of others without even having to be asked. You offer to help and always give of yourself without hesitation. What a superb example of our service value you are!
Junior 2- Archie, Jack and Jacob- Mr Getthing is exceptionally proud of all 3 of you for working so hard in maths this week. Each one of you has produced outstanding work so well done!
Tyler- for producing an wonderful letter in your own time at hoe. The letter was based on a piece of work they were producing in English. Tyler has exceeded expectations so well done you.
Finally just a reminder you are all very warmly welcome at St Marys Church, Lowdham this Sunday at 10.30am for their Christingle service.