This morning, officers Glenn Hartwell and Katie Darby spoke to the children in whole school assembly about road safety. They discussed safety around the school and dangers of speed. They also introduced a competition – look out for more information in the Friday Focus….
This morning, Sara from the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust visited school. She ran a whole school assembly about the Sherbourne River and the role of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. She also talked to the children about how we can make our world better for the animals around us. She then ran workshops with Y5 to look at rivers in more detail.
This morning, Beth from Severn Trent water came to school to share an assembly with pupils from Y1-Y6. Beth explained the job that Severn Trent do; the process of cleaning water and importance of what you flush / put down the sink.
Sarah from the Dog’s Trust came to school today. She ran an assembly for Y1-Y6 to discuss safety around dogs. She then ran class workshops with pupils from Y3-Y6. She couldn’t bring her real dogs, but she did bring a couple of her cuddly ones.
This morning, year five took part in NatWest’s Money Sense workshop. The session was supported by a NatWest employee who helped the children consider money matters; including budgeting through planning a birthday party.
A great turn out tonight for the Y6 parent meeting about the KS2 SATS.
We have attached the presentation for your reference.
Here are some useful links too…
Eco-Squad speeches took place last week and voting took place for today (Monday 25th) from Y2-Y6. Last week, the pupils considered who they wanted to represent their class as school councillor – this week they are choosing their Eco-Rep..
Announcements will be made on Friday 29th….
Last week, children from Y6 wrote applications to become a playground helper (if they wanted to apply). They completed their training today.
During the training, they considered what skills they would need to be a good ‘Playground Pal’. They explored a range of games that they could introduce and how they would work to support the younger pupils at lunchtime.
School Council speeches took place last week and voting took place for today (Monday 18th) from Y2-Y6. The pupils considered carefully who they wanted to represent their class and took part in a class ballot, discussing the value of democracy.
Announcements will be made on Friday….
Welcome to a new academic year. Keep an eye on the blog this year as we share lots of your fantastic learning and experiences.