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Good Marks Assembly 16.09.16

Mr Curl started this week’s Good Marks Assembly by saying a “huge well done to our tour guides over this week’s Nursery Open Mornings. You have all been fantastic ambassadors!” Mr Manning, Year 6 teacher, added that “the guides were great examples to other pupils and also to our prospective parents – these young people are an asset to the school and show how very well rounded, polite and helpful they are. They all worked really hard!” Mr Curl finished by thanking everyone for 3 successful open mornings.


Then, on to House Team points:-

Blue – 590

Brown – 582

Yellow – 518


We then moved onto the Value of the month, ‘Thoughtfulness’ and watched our school video to remind us how we can be thoughtful towards each other…




Merits awarded for our Value:

Year 1: Merit awarded to this person because they always help others without being asked

Year 2: Merit badge goes out to this person beucase they are continuously looking out for others

Year 3: This person is thoughtful and has the want to help others

Year 4: For trying your best and put a lot of effort into their work this week, being thoughtful about their dedication to class work

Year 5: We have a quote of the day in Year 5 and every morning, we discuss the quote. This person always thinks about the quote, breaks it down and puts their opinion to the class, something thoughtful and interesting each day!

Year 6: This person changed his mind and went to choir for the greater good, to help out the choir and put others before his own choices. Mrs Phillips added that she was extremely proud and wanted to make sure this person knew how helpful his decision was to everyone else!


Awards and Certificates

  • Grade 1 Flute with Merit
  • Swimming Level 3 Award
  • Infants Sports Trophy


School Council

Exciting news today for the School Council – today was election day and the new reps were announced! Before announcing the new Council, Ms Burgess asked us all what the School Council does? “It represents each class in meetings and school decisions”, “they organise events” and a key development from last year’s School Council, was the change of menu to focus on healthy eating and making healthy choices.


Well done to our new reps! We’re looking forward to what changes, developments and decisions you’ll be making this year.


New Developments

Forest School will be working on a beautiful new mural for the junior and infant entrances at the front of our school and will be selecting a few drawings from our pupils, which will be incorporated into their design! The development is to link in with Forest’s Art and Community Action Awards, as well as creating a more inviting and colourful entrance for our children.

This week, Wildlife Club researched, painted and drew some British Wildlife creatures, to be in with a chance of becoming part of the mural. If your child would like to enter a Wildlife painting – please enter before Wednesday 21st September! They must be finished in paint, felt tip or pastel. No pencil. Your critter also needs to fill the whole page (A4)! (Please ensure names and year groups are on the back). 

Let’s get creative!



The Dream Factory sent in a certificate for Summer Term’s fundraisings, we managed to raise £1052! Lots raised for our final term, well done and a huge thank you to our families who have helped make many dreams come true!


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