Headteacher's Blog

Hello and welcome to the first Headteacher’s blog on our brand new website. This will be a regular opportunity to share some of the things going on in school and also update any information you may need.


What a relief to return to some nice weather and to enjoy the initial activities connected to our new themes. It has been a real joy to see our pupils doing their circus skills. I’m amazed at the amount of them who have learned to juggle, spin plates, walk the tightrope and fling their Diablos high into the air (and catch them!).


There have also been some incredible smells coming out of the kitchen as most year groups have been preparing some superb food.


Our Year 6 pupils are all working hard toward their Key Stage 2 SAT’s which begin during the week of 14 May 2018.  I’m really proud of them and their resilience and confidence.


So if you are a Year 6 parent please reinforce that message, get them lots of sleep so that they can turn up refreshed and ready every day.


As you will also see we have one vacancy for a new parent governor. We are very fortunate in having a great group of governors and despite it being a challenging role it aids the school in many different areas in its drive to make a difference. If you think you could be that extra person and want to know more about what it entails, don’t hesitate to contact me or the clerk.


We have lots of exciting things coming up so keep looking at the site as we add more content, photos, work etc.


I’m about to get ready to set up the Headteacher’s tea party for tomorrow which I’m looking forward to as I always learn something amazing about the pupils.


Once again many thanks for your support in making our school a place where we make the difference.