A Welcome Return!
Autumn Two begins well!
Welcome back to the new half-term. It has been pleasing to see so many raring to go again after the break. This half-term is always eventful with Christmas only a few weeks away.
This week has seen some very unfortunate weather, which sadly forced the planned cluster Years 5 & 6 football tournament at Hemsby Primary School to be cancelled. This will be re-arranged for the new calendar year, but it was a real shame for those selected who would have enjoyed representing the school with a smile on their faces. Hopefully, the new date will be announced nearer the time.
Our class worry boxes are being used well, providing our pupils with a discreet avenue to highlight something is on their minds they would like to share. I encourage all pupils to use their own class boxes should they need to.
Our safety committee has undertaken a safety I.D. lanyard check on staff this afternoon as part of their role. It was all completed as a little bit of fun, but highlights the importance of ensuring all staff are wearing their badges. The pupils reported positively back to me.
Lots of good work has continued to take place over the course of the week and I have enjoyed waking around and hearing the History being taught, seeing the French sessions and watching the children do PE. The singing from Rev. Jo's assembly was also very powerful and enjoyable. Great job everyone!
Next week, we have our Federation and community Remembrance event taking place on Friday 11th at 11am around the village memorial. If any parents are passing at that time, please feel free to join in with us. Last year's event was a real success and a moving occasion. Hopefully, the weather will remain dry and our school will again be commended on our pupils' amazing behaviour.
Have a fabulous weekend everyone!