From the Headteacher…

27 Jan From the Headteacher…

Friday 27th January 2017

No 333, Friday 27th January 2017

Dear Parents and Carers, It’s been a chilly week this week but that has not stopped us having a good week. We have been talking to the children about behaviour and respect this week. We have been discussing how important it is to respect each other, possessions and other people’s or the school’s property. The children listened very well.

We have also been discussing how important it is to keep safe and we have reduced the amount of injuries in the playground. We will be encouraging all the children to continue with this behaviour. I really enjoy seeing the children when they come and show me their gold certificates.

Peach class performed a fabulous assembly this week. They had prepared some amazing work and spoke in loud clear voices. The song at the end made us all smile. Well done Peach class.

Please can I remind you that the children must not bring toys, swap cards or money to school unless asked. Thank you for supporting us with this.

Thank you for your pictures for our School Crossing Patrol Officer. We will be sending them off to Hackney and then we shall wait in anticipation for the results.

We have had some great trips this week. Fuchsia class and Cerise braved the zoo in the cold and Year 6 visited the Royal Courts of Justice. All were very successful trips.

Have a great weekend.



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