NSPCC fundraising

A message from Sharon from the NSPCC in response to our fundraising last term:

‘Hi this is Sharon from the NSPCC just thanking you for your support in helping your children with their sponsored fundraising, we have had a wonderful response. The money that we raise is so helpful in continuing our ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme and keeping vulnerable children safe. If you do have any more funds to be returned or donations that you would like to make could I please ask that they are brought into school this week in time to reveal the total to the children at their thank you assembly on the 5th March. Thank you again for your support and generosity.’


Curriculum Feedback

This afternoon Mr Vernon held group discussions with children from every year group to gain feedback on the topics that have been taught this half term. As well as every topic receiving 4 or 5 out of 5 stars, the wealth of knowledge that the children have learned is phenomenal. It was also really interesting to see where the children want to take their learning within future topics.




Today’s assembly told the story of Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era. We learned about the self-control and grit that Mr Robinson showed throughout his life, especially when facing a constant stream of racism against him. This was an excellent opportunity to remind our pupils about the core British value of equality in all areas of life, as well as about justice and fairness for all.

‘It is not necessary to react to everything you notice.’

Jackie Robinson