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Message from our Head of Primary

We had our first Parent Voice meeting yesterday which was extremely constructive. 

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We will now review the points raised and I will write to all parents next week to explain our further discussions or actions on the points raised.  Our next meeting is on Wednesday 27th November at 8.30am and I would be great to see more parents at the meeting.

This week is Anti-Bullying week and our PSHE sessions and discussions have been based around this.  Students have been discussing how they should behave and what to do if they feel upset or they see someone is not being treated the way they would like.  In assembly today, we focused on anti-bullying week and discussed with the students about how they can focus on kindness and how to help others every day and not just during one week. 

Our Personal Learning Goal focus for this month is Morality which we have explained is making the right choices even when nobody is watching.  I look forward to seeing our medal winners at the end of the month.

Joanne Prabhu
Head of Primary