Mr Spanswick's Weekly Words Summer 3
This week’s news is from the Deputy Head’s Desk and as this has been a shorter week in school you might think that there would be less things happening. However, that does not seem to be the case.
On Bank Holiday Monday 1 May several of our chess players were at Newbury for the Megafinal. The good news is that six of them have qualified for the next round - see the Chess news item for more information. Well done to all the boys who took part and represented the school so well.
Mr Spanswick is currently away inspecting another school. From the messages I have received I know that he is very busy, hence the change of this week’s author. He hopes to be home before Saturday and will no doubt be seen around the school next week catching up with the events of the last few days.
On Wednesday I overheard Mr Goddard confess that he had just umpired the coldest cricket match he can remember. Look for the Sports Masters information to find out whether our teams have been successful.
The first floor landing has been almost silent today as Year 2 are away visiting the Living Rainforest as part of their Mexican Geography studies. This is one of the many trips taking place this term which help the boys develop their knowledge and understanding. The ideas taught in the classroom are brought to life in an unforgettable way.
I hope you have a relaxing weekend and we all start to experience some warmer weather.