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Rainforests, Making the News & Morality

We have ended a very busy week in the primary with two, wonderful class assemblies

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A BIG thank you to 3 Caterpillars for teaching us all about the importance of looking after our planet with their performance of 'The Great Kapok Tree'. The pupils passion for their IPC unit, Rainforests, shone through and was mirrored in the audience. Our assembly also celebrated the work of our Year 2 writers, who took part in the Global Campus comic book competition; the children focused on another relevant environmental issue- whaling. They invented superheroes whose mission is to prevent whaling.


In 6 Hawthorn, the class assembly was written and produced by the students themselves. They performed 4 different skits detailing how newspapers are made, using the knowledge, skills and understanding that they have developed through their IPC unit, 'Making the News'. A massive congratulations to the students on a job well done!


Today marked the end of another monthly PLG: Morality. The teachers came together and, with great difficulty, put forward the name of the student in each class they believe has consistently behaved morally. As with all of our PLG's, although we focus on one per month, we expect our students to demonstrate each of them the whole year through. Our focus PLG for the month of February will be 'Thoughtfulness'. 


Can I take this opportunity to remind you, if you haven't already done so, to sign up for Parents Evening on Tuesday 5th February or Thursday 7th February. This is a great chance to catch up with your child's teacher and hear about the progress they are making. 


Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary