Our new Vision statement
We have refined our school vision overtime. Back in January last year, we introduced our Core Beliefs but have since taken these and distilled them into one simple statement that’s easier to grasp and, more importantly, easier for the school to use as a direction. Our new Vision is as follows:
We hope that parents and carers can relate to our new Vision but we are always open to feedback and suggestions and expect this to evolve further overtime.
New Relationships and Sex Education Policy
Following an update from the Department for Education (DfE) on the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum we have updated our policy to align to this. You can read the DfE document here:
As a result of this update, we are asking parents and carers for their views during a consultation period. This will run from today until the 2nd March. We are happy to receive comments via:
- email to email@example.com (with the subject link RSE Views)
- Letter handed-in to the office (with RSE Views on the envelope)
- By completing and handing-in one of our Feedback postcards which can be found in the office.
You can now find your child’s Curriculum Information on the Curriculum page of our new website. There you will find:
- Project Overview
- Knowledge Organiser (so you can help your child learn the key facts)
- Home Learning activities
We are twinned with Muramba Valley!
On Monday this week, Chris Lloyd, from Education Uganda led our Collective Worship and talked about our revived partnership with the charity and our twinned school Muramba Valley Primary School. Chris described how we are the ‘same but in different ways’ alluding to the many things that children in the Muramba Valley do that we do – but may have to pass the odd lion sitting in the road on the way to school! We look forward to getting our partnership up and running.
Our new school prayer
Our Young Governors worked alongside Mrs Phelps to produce our new school prayer. Well done to all those involved –
Wishing you all a fabulous weekend!
Tim Woodford, Headteacher