I wish all our leavers success and happiness in their next stage of life and I hope you all have a good summer and I look forward to welcoming your children back on Tuesday 29th August and the start of building our new upper school. At the Middlefield Lane site the pupils are enjoying the extra space and there has been some very quick colonisation of the spaces that are now available.
I was pleased so many of you were able to attend parents evening or at another time during the last week and thank you to those who completed the parent questionnaire.
The students were amazing very well mannered, mature and professional sales people. I would also like to thank the staff who have sup-ported her at various times outside school hours to ensure she can participate.
So the pupils explored their own recipes using the ingredients — Ethan B has a very sweet tooth while Abbi prefers the butter!. As we approach the final week of the term we still have no clear date for the opening of the new building. The older students also wrote some super things on the writing walls.
The end of a half term already. They all seemed to enjoy the tour of the new school. I am sure if you are quick with ordering they will arrive promptly.
The Governors continued with their meeting after the Richmond Governors had left and discussed a variety of items including recruitment to the two vacancies for Community Governors and their roles.
The pupils have used the maps and picture books independently and have worked hard to overcome fears of some of the animals that they have met on route. Elizabeth worked outstandingly well to compose her own song about her love of singing and how important her friends and family are she has really impressed the Viva Team.
What a fantastic Communication Week we have had. Unfortunately, Kathryn Hirons one of the teachers at upper school is going to be absent for the remainder of this term and will be leaving at Christmas to pursue interests other than teaching. Have a lovely half term I hope you enjoy the snow.
What is a play script. So many great opportunities and lovely responses from the children and young people.
We have seen some super work in Key Stage 3 English with the World War 1 theme - some discussing and recording what they would need to take, others creating a soundscape or making papier mache helmets. This morning they packed away their tents ready for the final leg of the journey.
So many achievements and opportunities to challenge themselves and although cold, the weather has been beautiful!. So far throughout the project it has been great to see how our young people have thrived on new challenges and have surpassed all of our expectations.
Molly enjoyed herself but I think was a little thrown by the lights as they came on but she still listened and kept Jenny on her toes when moving about. Christmas dinner and parties have been successful this week and I was surprised at how many pupils like sprouts.
At our lower site we have seen so many varied activities around World War II with some creative art work, making paper aeroplanes and of course the multi-sensory environment which was hugely motivating for Mars class. He mentioned how confident they were and what great composure they had on stage.
During this hot weather the alfresco dining at upper school is still proving to be popular but I am not sure this will continue as the weather changes. While we have all had a great deal of fun, the message of high aspirations and widening horizons has been very clear.
I was also very pleased that the students from Redmoor who join us for our pathways curriculum attended to collect their awards and certificates. We hope it will address your comments about needing more targeted communication.
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Play scripts - Story settings, non-chronological reports, diaries, poetry the list goes on! Peruse our writing composition resources for Foundation, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Welcome. Welcome to our school’s website. We want it to reflect what a fantastic place our school is for children to learn, develop and play.
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This text can be used to familiarise pupils with the layout of a play script, identify the features and to work as a small group to read and renact a simple play. This text can be used to familiarise pupils with the layout of a play script, identify the features and to work as a small group to read and renact a simple play.
A handy editable frame that fits the Ikea Tolsby picture frame perfectly!
Great to support your KS1 pupils with their writing.Writing a play script ks1 maths