I hope that you all had a very restful and enjoyable half term break. I extend a warm welcome to the families of the new pupils who have joined us this week.
Year 6 had a great experience in the Senior School on Tuesday and they especially enjoyed their ‘Food’ lesson where they baked bread; I think it’s been a long time since I’ve seen children so excited by a loaf!
The Reception children also enjoyed their autumn walk on Wednesday morning which must have been one of the coldest days of the year although I don’t think the children noticed as they were too busy collecting leaves. Many thanks to those parents who can along to help.
I hope that you found this week’s Parents’ Evenings informative and have a clear understanding of your child’s strengths and weaknesses and how we will be supporting them with their studies. In the future the curriculum information sheets will be issued at the beginning of each term so that you have an outline of our curriculum your child will be following that term. Our next Parents’ Evenings will in February, however, should you have any questions in the meantime about your child’s progress, please do not hesitate to contact their class teacher.
Our Book Fair is running in the Infant Foyer, before and after school, until 15 November and we are grateful to all of you have supported it so far.
The proofs of photographs taken earlier this term have been sent home so please check your child’s bag if you haven’t seen it yet.
Next Friday is 2N’s Assembly and we welcome all the parents and supporters of pupils in Mr McGadie’s class to join us for the performance and refreshments.
Well done to Madeleine Bramall-Martin and Hafsah Akram from 6N who sold £190.75 worth of Poppy Appeal merchandise.
Have a good weekend.