All of our headteacher blogs
Date: 5th Apr 2019 @ 11:53am
What a busy week we have had!
On Tuesday we had the Easter Bonnet Parade and the Easter Craft Competition, it was lovely to see so many parents coming to support the events. I haven't forgotten that we said we would do an Easter Bonnet Parade for parents next year!
As part of there Connected Curriculum topic the children in Y4 organised a cake sale to raise money for Water Aid and Y5 organised an art auction to raise money for Refugee Action.
Today we had three assemblies to celebrate outstanding attendance. Any child who had 98% attendance or above presented their grownup with a certificate to say thank you for getting them to school every day.
I can't believe we are nearly in the Summer term, this year is flying by.
Have a lovely Easter and we will see you all on 23rd April.
Date: 27th Mar 2019 @ 5:13pm
It was lovely to see so many of you at Parent's evening last week. Don't worry if you didnt manage to make it, we will be in touch to arrange an appointment with you. Josie Elson, Chair of Governors, was delighted to talk to so many of you about your child's learning, she felt that the children took their learning seriously and that they were very proud of what they had achieved.
I look forward to seeing you at the Coffee and Cake meeting next week where we will talk about Assessment for Learning (AfL).
Date: 22nd Jan 2019 @ 4:19pm
It was lovely to see so many of you at the meet and greet session with the new school nurse this morning.
Remember Laura will be here every Tuesday morning from 8.30-9.30am to discuss any concerns you might have about your child’s health. If you would like to make an appointment to see her please speak to Mrs Roberts.
Date: 16th Dec 2018 @ 1:15pm
It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas.
What an amazing week we had last week!
Who needs the X factor!!!!!!! The very talented children of Ravensbury entertained us with their singing, acting and performing. EYFS and KS1 children reminded us of the true meaning of Christmas with their renditions of the Nativity story and KS2 braved the cold to entertain everyone with their Christmas songs (it would have been even more Christmassy if we had managed to get the snow machine to work - sorry ). The samba band, steel pans and choir put on a musical showcase to share some of the things they had been working on in there after school clubs.
The children enjoyed Christmas dinner on Wednesday. The dining room had been transformed into a magical grotto. The look on the children's faces as they entered the dining room was priceless.
Thank you to everyone who came to the Christmas celebraions, your support is very much appreciated.
Best wishes for Christmas and 2019!
Date: 3rd Dec 2018 @ 10:07pm
Thank you for all your kind donations. We have been inundated with chocolate and toys for the Christmas Fair.
I look forward seeing you all at the Christmas Fair on Friday 7th December!
Date: 23rd Nov 2018 @ 4:17pm
It was lovely to see so many of you at parents evening this week. It was a fantasitc opportunity for you to find out how hard the children have been working this term and to see the fantasic work that they have been doing.
Thank you for all the lovely positive comments you shared with our Govenor Karen Jarmany.
Congratulations to all those children who have been seleceted to represent their class on the school council. We are all really proud of them.
Date: 14th Nov 2018 @ 5:18pm
My first ever blog. Watch this space for my weekly update.
What an amazing afternoon I have had today teaching maths in year 6.
The children worked really hard to secure their understanding of negative numbers.
I wonder what we will succeed at next week????????????