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The first Day of Spring has Sprung

The first day of spring has sprung and it looks like it is here to stay (fingers crossed!). 

Creativity Workshop

This week in the primary school, parents were invited to a 'Creative Thinking' workshop, led by Mr Guyler. Feedback was very positive and I know that Mr Guyler delighted in getting the opportunity to share 'The Little Book of Thunks' with you all. For those of you who were unable to attend, but are interested in what the workshop covered, please get in touch and we can get the materials sent to you.

A reminder for those parents with children in Year 6, the 'Transition Q & A' evening will take place on Tuesday 26th March, 4-5pm. I encourage you to attend and spend time with the Year 6  teachers, who will be able to discuss how they prepare children for the transition in to Year 7. 

Wishing you all a wonderful, spring weekend.


Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary