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The April 2014 newsletter has been uploaded to the Newsletters page and also sent home via email.   

The Summer Term for children begins on Wednesday 23 April. We look forward to welcoming you back.

Car Free Day - Wednesday 2 April
What a wonderful day we had! Thank you to everyone who made the effort to come to school 'car free!' Out of 302 children who attended school yesterday, 289 children walked, scooted, cycled,  parked and walked 
or came by bus. Only 13 children either came by car or car shared. An amazing result! It was lovely to hear the many enthusiastic comments made by children and adults and see how clear of cars it was around the school.

The day started with an Assembly led by Year 4, who told us why we should try to travel to school in a sustainable way. They explained what idling meant, why we should not park on the zig zag lines and about how we need to remain on good terms with our neighbours.
 
Our Travel Ambassadors had carried out a car survey previously and repeated the process that morning. They were able to report that the number of cars passing the school or parking outside had halved on Car Free Day. Our Ambassadors also announced the winners of our WOW Badge Competition.
 
During the morning, the children wrote poems, made posters, created graphs and helped to design a whole school banner related to Car Free Day (which we displayed in the car park). In the afternoon we had a fantastic time in the car park and back playground, where Year 6 were running a number of fun activities for the school to take part in. All the children had the opportunity to ride the juice bike and taste the smoothie they had created. Several children also had their bicycles and scooters security marked, an initiative run by the police.

My thanks to Miss Cummings, Miss Piggott, Mr Mendat, Year 6, Mrs Seymour and Mrs Gammie, one of our governors, for all their hard work and contribution to the day.
It was quite noticeable that many families repeated the experience the following day. A most successful event and one I am sure we will repeat!


Ash Wednesday Service
It was lovely to see many parents join the school for our Ash Wednesday service. Thank you for sharing the occasion with us and for some very positive feedback. One parent said:

" Just a quick note to say how impressed I was with the behaviour of the children today during the Ash Wednesday Service.  It was wonderful to worship with such attentive, well behaved children and to hear them singing so joyfully in a service they all seemed to enjoy."

The stream beside the school
Please ensure that your children do not play with the water as they may be in danger of falling in or picking up something unpleasant as the water may well be contaminated. We continue to be vigilant over the water levels and are in communication with the parks and highways departments.

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These are the nine values that represent our school's Christian ethos. They were chosen by the children and we reflect on them during the year.

'Faith is when you trust in someone or something with all your heart, no matter what.'

'Hope means to believe in yourself when you need to try again.'

'Love is helping each other and not always thinking about yourself.'


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