Busy, busy, busy!
Now that is what anyone would call a busy week!
The list and range is extensive, and if I try to name everything that school put on this week I would be sure to miss something important, but we had:
A concert with over 170 pupils from across school taking part,
A play from the 120 Year 3 children attended by a hall overflowing with audience members,
A swimming gala at Ponds Forge, with our fabulous inclusive team winning bronze medals in the first division,
An exploratory planning session with a social enterprise entrepreneur about establishing a new STEM offer,
An afternoon of visiting children from other schools enjoying sport on our carpeted lower playground, supported by our own Sports Leaders,
Four days of Forest Schools outdoor cooking experiences for every Year 6 pupil,
A Class assembly from a Year 4 class, to showcase their learning to parents,
A day of cricket coaching for Year 5,
Samba Sport for Year 6,
A visit to a local Church as part of RE learning for four classes,
Assemblies led by a local Church leader,
A campaigning demonstration and march, raising concerns about plastic pollution,
An appearance on Look North, BBC Radio Sheffield and in the Sheffield Star,
And lessons and learning across the curriculum, of course.
This could be why a large portion of responses in the parent opinion survey, run by Governors, shows a positive reception for our rich and broad and active curriculum.
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