HEAD OF SCHOOL UPDATE - 7/5/21
I hope you have all had an enjoyable week; it has been an exciting and eventful one in school.
On Tuesday, the school field was transported back in time to 1066, when one of the most famous battles in English history took place – the Battle of Hastings. The year 2 children reenacted the battle with Daffodils as the Normans and Tulips the Anglo-Saxons. The Normans were victorious, beating the Anglo-Saxons (the English to you and me). King Harold was killed and William of Normandy became King. It was such a wonderful experience for the children and they used all their learning from the past few weeks to support them in accurately reenacting the battle. The children’s outfits were excellent – thank you for your support with these.
Then in year 4, the children had a surprise visitor - King Henry 8th. The powerful King popped by to investigate the children’s knowledge regarding historical sources. Luckily, he was impressed with their understanding and knowledge of the past; in particular the Tudor times so no one was beheaded.
Finally, I want to share with you that our new school website has launched this week. Our new site has been built to hopefully make navigating the site more accessible and user friendly. Our aim is to regularly upload key information to the website so you can access all the key documents, letters and bulletins when you need them.
Have a good weekend