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A Message from Helen Woodhams Posted on: 19/01/2018

A Message from Helen Woodhams

Welcome back and I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. We were sad to see Mrs Burnside go at the end of last term and she has asked me to pass on her thanks for all the kind wishes and her presents. We also welcome Mrs Frances Aitkens to the team who will be working as a TA based mainly in Oak class. She joins us from Churchstanton Primary School and brings with her a wealth of experience. We also welcome Mrs Alison Appleyard, an experienced school leader, who has joined the Trust and will be working from Buckland on a regular basis. A couple of reminders for the new year. Firstly, punctuality. It is really important all children are at school on time. The bell rings at 8.55am and children should be here at that time, ready to learn. Much of the most important learning happens first thing, including 1-2-1 interventions and children not here are missing out on that very vital support. Secondly, I have been asked to remind all parents about parking and be mindful of space for buses to pass. On a more positive note, we have a busy term ahead with lots of learning to do and lots of fun to be had. Beech Class will have the opportunity to join other schools in an opera festival and will be singing at Holyrood. Dates will be forwarded in due course.There will also be the joint concert for the choir which we're all looking forward to. Members of Beech class will also be performing at the Youth Speaks competition. It has been fantastic to see their enthusiasm as they have planned their speeches.  Finally, we have also relaunched our enhanced after school club to include lots of different and unusual sporting activities with the aim of promoting activity and fitness across the school. Please book directly with Sharon or with the office. Helen Woodhams, Head of School  Categories: 1 CategorySchool News

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