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'Pupils are incredibly content in this school. Happiness shines through their exemplary behaviour' - Ofsted (November 2019)

Walk to School Week

Once again, we have had a very successful ‘Walk To School and Be Healthy Week’ with lots of  families walking to school and lovely packed lunches including fruit and vegetables.

On Groovy Shoesday, children enjoyed wearing their slippers, favourite shoes and we managed to raise £432 For James Bertrand – thank you for your kind donations.

To promote healthy eating, The Co-Op were particularly generous, providing bananas, oranges and cucumber for each class –  the children loved it and many tried different fruit for the first time.

Ms Wise set up an exciting basketball challenge and a great highlight of the week was the ‘Mini Boot Camp’ organised by one of our parents, Mrs Smith.

Thanks to the  Year 6 ‘Walk To School and Be Healthy’ team, who embraced their responsibilities wholeheartedly, we now have data on each class and the healthiest class will receive the ‘Walk To School and Be Healthy’ trophy.

Lots of lovely badges for the weekend competition are gradually filtering through (the deadline is Monday 13th November). The winner from each class will receive a prize and judging will commence next week by the Year 6 team.

The ‘Walk to School and Be Healthy’ team closed the week with a conga in the playground!  We hope that children continue to keep fit and eat healthily!

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