Posts from: July 2021
Where there's a will, there's a way
We've made it to the end of another school year ðŸ‘ðŸ™‚
What haven't we done 'virtually' this year? From parent's meetings to celebration assemblies - where there is a will there is a way! The staff team have totally amazed me in the creative ways they have found to recreate experiences for the children. Who would have thought that we would...
Time for change - transition week
Last week was another difficult one for us, resulting in having to close another 3 class bubbles, two of which were Year 6 classes. It is at times like this that our staff team really show how resilient and creative they are. They will always find a way! ðŸ‘ðŸ™‚
The last sixteen months since Covid-19 changed our lives we have found ourselves...
What a week!
Having managed to keep school fully open since March 8th with only one class bubble closure, it was quite a shock to have to close 3 class bubbles within a few days ðŸ™. This obviously presented many challenges and we had to manage 19 staff being absent over several days. This was done in such a calm and organised manner which enabled everything to take place in school that...
Skills, knowledge and understanding ðŸ“šðŸ‘©ðŸ«ðŸ–ŒðŸ‘¨ðŸŽ¨ðŸŽ
I am currently reading every child's end of year report, something which I find incredibly rewarding. ðŸ˜Š What has really impressed me is the breadth of knowledge, skills and understanding the children in all year groups have. Even though we are having to work hard to close the gaps in...