Headteacher's Roundup 16 November 2018
On Monday we celebrated our uniqueness by wearing odd socks as a part of Anti-Bullying week. The children have discussed this as a theme in their PSHE lessons, considering what bullying is and what to do if someone is unkind to us or a friend. Year 6 have designed some superb and thought provoking posters on this topic that will be displayed around the school.
We were all inspired by Jaysen on Monday who came to speak to the children during our assembly. He was not only the first Mauritian to climb Everest but he has now climbed 6 of the 7 peaks. It was incredible to hear details of his climb, the equipment he used and the resilience it took. A truly wonderful lesson for us all.
Today the spots were out in force in support of Children in Need. Whilst a great deal of fun was had by all it was important to be reminded about how fortunate we all are and to be able to support and help others.
Tomorrow we will be out in full force supporting our U11 boys in their county cup final against Barrow Hill at Charterhouse. Good luck boys we are so immensely proud of you!