This week’s thought comes from Jesse Owens, who showed a huge amount of grit and courage to win 4 gold medals in Berlin in 1936. The children all found out information about this significant individual during today’s assembly and have been challenged to demonstrate grit at school this week.
There was a huge amount of achievement to celebrate this week at QPA, including four more character awards!
This morning the pupils had a special assembly to introduce this year’s library challenge. This free scheme at all local libraries involves the children solving the mystery by reading 6 books over the course of the summer. There are plenty of rewards available for all budding detectives!
This week’s thought of the week comes from a key historical figure who was the theme of today’s assembly.
Congratulations to our pupils of the week. Such a broad range of achievement across all areas of school life – keep it up!
This week’s thought, from the Dalai Lama will be shared today with the pupils during today’s assembly about freedom.
This week’s thought came from Sir Tim Berners-Lee, pioneer of the world wide web. The children learned about this significant Briton during today’s assembly and considered that he showed a high level of inter-dependence, grit, curiosity, trust and courage on the path to his amazing achievements.
‘We need diversity of thought in the world to face the new challenges.’
Sir Tim Berners-Lee