Welcome back to our new school year. The children have returned to school looking so smart. I'm so pleased to see no trainers being worn, just smart, black, school appropriate schools.
The children have really impressed us in their first few weeks back, they have been working very hard, impressing teachers new and old. It makes me very proud.
The children have been busy electing our school council this week and I'm looking forward to announcing names in Assembly, alongside out head boy and girl.
I would also like to congratulate all those children who successfully completed the Library reading challenge during the summer. Fantastic to see children with a love of reading and practice over the holidays makes them even better readers when they return to school in September.
We are introducing some new reading rewards this year as we want to encourage our children to read regularly at home and school. Watch our newsletter for further information.
Mrs C Faulkner
As our summer term comes close to it's close it is a good time to reflect on the school year. We have much to celebrate as a school, with many sporting achievements: our Y5/6 football team as district champions, our Y3/4 hockey team as district champions and third in county.
Our academic achievements with children working hard and trying their best in all aspects of the curriculum.
We really are proud of the achievements of the children,their attitude to school
It's hard to believe we are already in March! Such a lot happened in the previous half term. From attending the Young Voices concert in the Genting arena, to our INSPIRE workshop on love. Thank you parents who help us to allow these events to take place your support is always welcomed.
Today is world book day and it's wonderful to see our children dressed as their favourite character. Mrs Ryan as Miss Trunchbull is quite fantastic!
In this Lenten term we will spend some time reflecting and considering how we can make right choices and help others. Our Y5/6 class will present the Stations of the Cross in the last week of term and as always you are more than welcome to join us.
Please keep checking on our website and newsletter for up to date information.
Welcome to 2017!
It's hard to think we are already a third of the way through our school year. This term is always busy and there are lots of events planned, keep up to date with the diary page in our weekly newsletter.
On the 26th January we welcome author Harriet Goodwin who will be sharing some of her books with the children and holding some workshops with our KS2 children. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn about the life of an author and give our children aspirations of their own.
We have some of our children going to the Genting arena on the 31st January to perform in the Young Voices concert. They have been practicing very hard and are very much looking forward to the big event.
On the 7th February we welcome Dan Callow and One Life Music for a whole school retreat day. This is a wonderful opportunity for the children to take a day out of the normal timetable and have time to reflect and be thankful for all the gifts and opportunities we have.
We have our second INSPIRE workshop on the 14th February, the theme is Romeo and Juliet which our children are all studying this term. We look forward to welcoming lots of parents, and the children are really looking forward to having the opportunity to work with you in their classrooms.
We welcome all comments from parents and as part of our INSPIRE workshop we will ask for your feedback so we can consider these comments when we plan our next events.
Thank you for your continued support
Mrs C Faulkner
It's been wonderful to have the sun shining so brightly this week. The good weather has allowed all the children to play on the field at lunchtimes and they have really enjoyed the extra space.
The Summer term is so busy and we have wonderful events like Holy Communion, Confirmation & the Summer Fair to look forward to. We also have some of our children taking SATS at this time of year, we know our children work especially hard and this is an opportunity for them to demonstrate just how hard they have worked, Ss Peter & Paul wish our Y6, Y2 & Y1 children the very best of luck in their tests this year.
How exciting, to write my very first Head Teachers’ blog for our brand new website. We have a lot to be proud of in our school, this web site will help us to show everyone the wonderful hard work that happens every day in our classrooms. It will be a showcase of all the fantastic achievement s you make in your school lives, such as sporting tournaments, workshops and celebrations.
I am very proud to lead this school and I am looking forward to regularly updating this blog with news and events from SS Peter and Paul, so check in regularly to join me in celebrating all our accomplishments.
Mrs Faulkner March 2015