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Primary Weekly Update 31/08/2018 from Dr Nici Wood

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Even the rain and pull of the Vietnam versus South Korea football match didn’t keep many of our parents away from our Primary ‘Meet the Teacher’ event on Wednesday evening; it was wonderful to see you there. From the conversations that I observed between parents and teachers it proved to be an excellent opportunity for everyone to find out more about their children and their curriculum. Thank you for coming.

Again, on Thursday evening, we were happy to talk to our EYFS parents at their ‘Meet the Teacher’ event. I would encourage all of our parents to try and join us on these occasions as they provide a forum to not only find out more about the workings of our school, but also to give us feedback so that we can continue to provide the very best service for our children.

Communication is vital and I urge you to use ‘Class Dojo’, email your class teachers and use the class planners if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to help.

In addition to our ‘Meet the Teacher’ events, information about the school can be found in the Parent Handbooks which are available for you to see on our school website.

This month, the children in our Primary school are focusing on their Personal Goal ‘Respect’. We are working hard to remember the etiquette of walking sensibly around the school, being considerate to others and embracing our differences. I am so proud of the children for the way that they have risen to this challenge. They are remarkable. Please support us at home too by letting us know whether your children have shown examples of respect and we can award them House Points in school.

This Friday, we all enjoyed the 'National Day' assembly presented by our students in Year 6.  They worked creatively to provide us with information about the significance of this important event and we applaud their efforts.  Our thanks go to the Year 6 team of students and staff for preparing this assembly for us.

I would close by wishing you all a wonderful National Day and I look forward to seeing you back in school next Tuesday.