Another hectic week almost completed. Observing lessons with leadership colleagues and looking at the standard of childrens' learning....all part of our role in monitoring and supporting the quality of teaching and learning.
We had a wonderful Harvest Festival Assembly on Tuesday afternoon and it was lovely to see so many parents there and then supporting our Harvest Art Festival and buying their children's Harvest artwork.
Next week I am away with Year Six on their Residential Trip. We are staying at an outward bounds centre, Swattenden near Cranbrook in Kent. The children have a busy week of exciting events lined up. You will be able to follow their adventures on this blog.
We will also be launching our new school website on Monday. Please keep an eye on it as it will quickly be developing to carry a range of information about the school, news and upcoming events. All the teachers/classes now have blogs that you can access via the blog and class pages on the website.
Enjoy the Weekend!
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