From Tegan controlling the orchestra to Callum playing the wonderful piano in the hall. Many pupils from Key Stage 3,4 and 5 went to the Skills Show and had lots to say about different jobs and careers they wish to follow It now looks as if the excessive heat is over but I do hope it stays fine tomorrow for our Summer Fayre and I hope I will see many of you there.
What an amazing year we have had from starting our new build last September, through winter months, having some interesting pizza lunchtimes and snow days due to the Beast from the East and on to this term with some amazing sports and fitness events in scorching heat and of course our leavers prom and awards ceremony.
I am sure you will all join me in wishing Liam all the best in the future. Please see at the end of the newsletter a consultation from Leicestershire about school term times. This newsletter is sent every week and we are working towards sharing this electronically.
The older pupils have been very supportive of those new to the site staff and pupils and some good new friendships are developing. The Key Stage One assembly looked equally engaging and the visitors commented on how well they all were joining in and even those struggling to sit were happy and being included in the group.
Word bank Word banks are lists of words to support children with their writing.
The purpose of text-marking is to make children aware of how different texts are set out and which features are used. I would love to see what they looked like.
Syllable A syllable is a single, unbroken sound of a spoken or written word. Wonderful Team Work This week we had some colleagues from another school visiting us and observing in classes. We have also had students very much enjoying their first day of Work Experience placements and the Interns giving very positive feedback about their first weeks.
Have a good weekend. I hope everyone enjoyed the last two weeks and whatever activities you were involved with. The feedback for our performers from the festival director for the Curve was super.
Jeffrey will continue to be a member of the Governing Body, but we would like to express our sincere thanks to him for the many years of passionate leader-ship as the Chair. Next week is moving on week for our older students with lots of activities around life after school work and leisure and I hope you join us for the moving on event on Wednesday 5 July.
Observers enjoyed the snowflakes and wanted to stay longer! They have all coped extremely well and tried very hard to do their best.
Lots of fun was had thanks to some very muddy and wet but enthusiastic staff!. Haiku A haiku is a form Japanese poetry that has three lines. As many of you know last term some of our Key Stage 3 pupils took part in the Shakespeare for Schools Festival and we have had our official feedback which is really good to read see later in the newsletter a great achievement for them all.
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The end of a half term already! A busy half term with lots happening and lots of achievements by the pupils.
The secondary site on Barwell Lane is part completed and we are still keeping fingers crossed hoping the building will be finished for the first week in November - we will keep you posted. Welcome. Welcome to our school’s website. We want it to reflect what a fantastic place our school is for children to learn, develop and play.
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