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The Sun is always shining in Primary

It may have been a rainy, grey week but the sun kept shining in the Primary School 


We finished a busy week with two class assemblies, where the children confidently shared their learning journeys with us in the most colourful of ways.

Ladybirds class introduced us to Detective Dan who went to help the land of similes and save them from the Metaphor Witch. The children then shared their own similes which they wrote about their families before treating us to a rendition of  'Everything at once'. Well done Ladybirds!

In Alder class, children from the future paid a visit to warn us about what lies ahead if we don't start making real changes to protect the Earth from climate change. 

They visited world leaders; Trump and May. Spent time with a family and crashed a meeting at MIT. All to convince them and us about the big changes we can make in our everyday lives to save the future and preserve our planet.  A very important and relevant message delivered superbly by Alder class.

I would also like to remind you about the Parent in Partnership workshop on Wednesday 20th March at 8:30am in the canteen. The focus will be 'Creative Thinking' and the workshop will be led by Mr Henry Guyler. We look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.

Wishing you all a sunnier weekend.


Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary