Miss Barlow's Words Lent 6
“Take every chance, drop every fear and always reach for the stars!”
This week was all about the Dance Show! Well, that is not strictly true; we still taught the girls (lots in fact!) and competed in the London West ISA Regional Tournament. But I cannot let the success of the bi-annual Dance Show pass by without it’s own feature in our weekly bulletin…
I cannot express how proud I am of the girls and the PE department for putting on such a talent-filled, creative and moving performance. From beginning to end, I went on an emotional rollercoaster - from crying with happiness when the curtain opened on the Reception minions to being moved by the individual performances of junior and senior girls. When events come along which leave you staggered, moved and in awe, it is hard to find the words to describe the ‘goosebump’ feeling you get. It was an honour to watch the girls and it is an honour to be part of a team and school which enables every single pupil to be a part of something so special.
A special thanks to Miss Lucy Lamond for being our Headteacher for the day. She excelled in her role and enjoyed many of the things which we Headteachers do. (No, not sitting around all day drinking tea!!!)
Have a wonderful Half Term and we look forward to seeing you for the second half of our Lent Term.
Merit Certificate: Lara Lopez Guisado (Reception), Chloe Heavyside & Florence McArdle (Year 1), Sylvie Corley & Anaiyah Ingoldsby (Year 2), Olivia Seaman (Year 3), Jessica Burgess (Year 4), Sophia Stevens (Year 5) and Laetitia Parr (Year 6).
Bunny Awards: Charlotte Burfitt (Year 1) for being a very kind and supportive friend , and Erin Moorby (Year 3 ) for always being a kind and caring friend and for always working hard in class.
Winning House: St Ignatius
Mathlete of the Week: Scout Stalham
Egg-cellent Reader of the Week: Anaiyah Ingoldsby
Times Table Badges: Bronze: Darcie Allanson Silver: Matilda Greenwood Gold: Chloe Massoubre
Please see below some changes to activities. Apologies in advance:
Monday 20 February - No Gymnastics
Tuesday 21 February - No Judo
Thursday 23 February - No Gym Squad
Friday 24 February - No Lunchtime Gym Club
World Book Day - Thursday 2nd March. The girls are invited to dress up as their favourite character. This year they can come dressed in full costume.
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