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Letter from the Head of Primary - 2nd June 2016

02 June 2016

It has been an important week for our Year 6 students as they have been sitting their Key Stage 2 SATs (Standardised Assessment Tests). Sitting three papers in English and three papers in Maths, the students have approached the tests with a mature and calm attitude and have clearly put their very best effort into completing them. It is important to note that these tests provide a snapshot of what the students can achieve, whilst our teachers have conducted ongoing teacher assessment throughout the entire year in both English and Maths which is much more thorough and provides a lot more detail with regards to the progress made by each student. On receiving the results of the SATs, the teachers will be able to use this data to see if it provides a reliable benchmark with the information that has been collected throughout the year.

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In Year 1 this week, our students came across something very mysterious. On Monday, they discovered some green slime in various parts of the school, accompanied by some clues. On Tuesday morning, I therefore went to speak to the Year 1 students and ask if they could investigate where this might have come from. Armed with high visibility jackets, helmets, torches and tweezers, the students discovered that there were some strange materials in the long jump pit on the field, which seemed to belong to a spaceship. On returning to class, they used their creativity and imagination to produce some wonderful pieces of writing about what might have happened and why a spaceship might have landed on our school field.

Pre-Nursery also had a fun morning on Wednesday, with their Teddy Bear’s Picnic. Unfortunately our plans did have to change a little bit due to the rain, but the children still had a fantastic time taking part in activities such as ‘Find the Teddy’ and ‘Pin the Bow Tie on the Teddy’ as well as many more. For their lunch the Pre-Nursery children had a picnic with lots of wonderful treats!

Next week, we will host our final Coffee Morning of the year. We have changed this so we can invite all parents together from 9.00am to 10.00am on Wednesday 8th June and we will enjoy tea, coffee and some sweet treats whilst we look back on a year of coffee mornings and what we have achieved as a result of our school and parent partnership. We hope you can come along to join us.

Before then, we have our Summer Fun Day to look forward to, and I know at school we are all keeping our fingers crossed for a dry day!

Lisa Passante

Head of Primary