I can't believe that we are now half way through the school year; where has the time gone?
I spent time with every class last week before we broke up and what impressed me was the way in which all of the chidren have made progress and developed both academically, but just as importantly, socially.
From the youngest to the oldest, children were working diligently and independently for prolonged periods of time in lessons, with a real enthusiasm for the work that they were doing. It was brilliant to see.
The children carried out a questionnaire before the break; I will let you know the results of this once I have processed the papers this week.
We have some building work happening during the half term break, including the new ramp that was requested by you, the parents. I hope that this will make access to the Key Stage 1 end of the school easier for those of you with buggies.
I shall be spending a couple of days away at the seaside later in the holiday; something that I have enjoyed ever since my time at University at Exmouth. However you choose to spend the half term week, I wish you health and happiness in doing so.