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Primary Weekly Update 24/11/2017 from Mr Nicholas West

24 November 2017

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Last week we discussed the quality of your children and what makes a BVIS student so special. One of these factors is of course you, their parents. This was evident again this week in the generosity and love shown to all our teaching staff for Teacher’s Day on Monday 20th November. The school reception area, offices and classrooms are full of vibrant colours and aromas from the beautiful flowers you gave to staff. We are all extremely grateful and honoured to receive these, and also the kind words shared in cards and verbally in person. One or our key values is respect and this clearly demonstrates the respect that is held for the people who educate and nurture your children. Thank you.

Monday, coincidentally, was International Children’s Day so we were able to reciprocate and give back this respect and care to the children. Lots of various activities happened in each classroom to celebrate the children and the teachers and we can’t think of a better two days to occur together.

Our Early Years building had a very exciting event on Wednesday when Mr. Sayer cut the ribbon to declare the soft-play room open. Over a number of weeks, the room has been completely changed with brand new soft, colourful and creative furniture for the children to enjoy. You can read more about this in Miss. Julie Walton’s EYFS article and see that the room is just as much fun for adults too!

Have a great weekend.