Message from the Headmaster:
This week we have celebrated so much! We had our final governance visit for this academic year. We were able to demonstrate to our governors all of the projects we have been working on and to show them how successful they have been. It is a perfect opportunity to reflect on the past year as well as a chance to discuss what we have in the pipeline for next year and beyond. Charlie P, Dominic W and Tom F showed our visitors around and did us proud. They were asked many questions from the governors and they demonstrated that our pupil voice is very much alive and well.
On Wednesday we had a history workshop on ‘the seaside’. This explained how our affiliation with the seaside has evolved over the centuries. The Nursery had their Father’s Day and Magic Breakfast this morning. It was lovely for the dads to come into school with their sons. The Music Department held a Performer’s Platform directly after Magic Breakfast. What a musical extravaganza it was with a singing solo, violin, cello, piano, guitar and the recorder all being performed! The Year 2 boys were very excited to be playing a home cricket fixture against Wetherby today. I have been assured of their much improved skills.
We have our Summer Fair tomorrow, which I am sure will be very well attended. There is already so much in school, ready and waiting to be set up. Well done to Subhan who set up a stall outside in the playground yesterday and sold his very carefully crafted paper planes to raise money for our charity. If I did not see you today at the gate, I hope to see you tomorrow at the Fair. Remember the four canvases done by each year group will be up for sale in the Nightingales classroom through silent auction. They are beautiful, so get those bids in…
Wishing you all a lovely weekend. May the sun keep shining and please click HERE to read the rest of this week’s newsletter.