Entries by Gemma Barker

Online Safety Parent Workshop

Thank you to all the parents who attended the Online Safety workshop on Tuesday 18th November. Attached are the handouts of useful information that was provided to all. if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Mr Smith. Online Safety presentation

Maths Cluster Training

On Wednesday 28th all of the staff from 5 local schools came together at Bevington for some training on maths assessment and progression. The work is part of a project we are taking part in that will ensure our  judgments about pupil progress and outcomes in maths are common across all local schools. We were joined […]

Our new Head Boy and Girl

We have been voting for a new Head Boy and Girl over the last few weeks and today the results were announced to the whole school. They are Jouad and Calise in Year 6. Both children gave excellent speeches and passed their interviews with flying colours. They will be helping to make decisions around the […]

Wellbeing Workshop

We are running a wellbeing workshop on the 22nd September at 9.00 am in school. The session will be led by our colleagues from Parkside and will cover topics like stress and low mood with practical ideas and strategies about how to manage these. Previous participants how found these sessions very useful and feedback (see […]

Eid party and celebration

On Friday 16th September all of the children held class Eid parties to celebrate together. They shared food that families kindly donated and learnt about different aspects of Eid and what is means as part of our RE curriculum. This was organised at very short notice because of its proximity to the summer holidays so […]

New year, new uniform

The children all look incredibly smart in their new ties in years 1-6. We have heard from them how they have been practising at home using YouTube videos for guidance! Uniform is now available on line and blazers can be collected from the school office. Please ask us if you have any queries and thank […]

Meet the teacher

Thank you to all the parents who came to our meet the teacher session after school on Tuesday. We know that this is a valuable home/ school link and is part of our strategy to improve communication even further this year. We sent home booklets with all the children whose parents were unable to make […]

Roald Dahl Day

This Tuesday we celebrated the 100th birthday of one of our favourite authors. Children and adults all came to school dressed as their favourite characters from his books so the place was filled with Twits, Charlie Buckets and even the occasional Willy Wonka! The children were able to take part in lots of activities through […]