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A Week of Respect, Resilience & Collaboration

It has been a week full of learning and discussions across the school, where students have been fully engaged in their learning.

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Students have been working to gain house points for their house teams by collaborating, showing resilience and being respectful.  The tokens are beginning to build up and each team last week decided what their team reward will be if they are the winners at the end of the term. We look forward to seeing which team can receive the most house tokens!

We have had some great role models in Year 5 and 6 who are keen to be our student leaders for this year.  We have been discussing with the students why they think they would be a good prefect and role model for the younger students.  Next week we will announce our student leadership team for this academic year.

Wishing you a lovely weekend,

Jo Prabhu

Head of Primary