Mrs Kirby's words summer week 5
A touch of normality resumes…
Within a week, Year 1 and Reception have visited the Thicket; Upper Junior swimmers have competed in 2 Swimming Galas against Highfield, and parents were onsite (yay!) to spectate; a visiting Virtual Reality company have visited and we have welcomed prospective pupils into school for taster day. It feels (nearly) how it used to.
The girls continue to impress with their attitude, kindness and manners, as well as still following Covid protocols. But despite the way the classrooms are set up (desks facing forwards which we cannot wait to change) and the social distancing we still need to abide by, their learning and achievements continue. They continue to be positive and remind us of the important things in life.
In assembly this week, Clodagh told us all about the challenge she is completing in half term to raise money to raise awareness about Epilepsy. Cloadgh has Dravet Syndrome and is hoping to cycle ten miles and raise £1000 for “Young Epilepsy”. We will be helping her to reach this target by taking part in some challenges during PE next week, and if you would like to donate please visit https://www.justgiving.com/Gary-Ennis
- Merits: Daniella (R), Aria (Yr1), Kaliyaani (Yr2), Phoebe (Yr3), Marni (Yr4), Gabriella (Yr5), Maisie (Yr6)
- Times Tables: Ava (Yr3), Gloria (Yr4)
- Number Up: Ava, Emily (Yr2), Gerogie, Holly S, Ella (Yr4), Layla (Yr5)
- Bunny awards: Emily (Yr2) for always listening well and showing respect and courtesy, and Gloria (Yr4) for giving our taster day girls a warm and friendly welcome
Have a lovely weekend!
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