Friday, 24 September 2010

Whole of the moon

Greetings all,

This week, I have been blown away by the amount of top quality work that keeps being sent to my desk, especially from years 5 and 6, to add to my star work wall. Equally, our new presentation books in reception are looking superb, and we are right to take pride in the brilliant things that are going on. All visitors thus far, including LA school improvement officers, singing teachers, contractors and new parents, have unanimously agreed that the children look very smart in uniform, that the quality of the work they have seen has been excellent, and that the school looks and feels a really happy and busy place.

So what have we learned this week?

Take that may be good, but we're better.
Year 6's books are not just good, they're better.
Reception this year have not started school as well as we thought they would - they were better.
Key Stage 1 corridors ands classrooms keep getting better. And better.

And, Miss Lee doesn't like spiders.

Music tuition has started, and sounds brilliant. And we've been invited to perform at the Colston Hall. More of this later...

I'll see you all at Molineux, as soon as I've learned how to spell it. One week to the Ryder cup. Why don't they do advent calendars for that?

That is all.