Headteacher’s Blog

Welcome to the new headteacher’s blog. here I will be sharing news and views and setting questions for the children to win a prize.

 

18-04-18

Today’s question, who is the second in line to the throne? Answers to me please.

 

17-04-18

Greetings all to a new term. My first question for this term is:

Who is our local MP and which party does he represent? Answers in the morning please.

 

 

29-03-18.

Well our trip has nearly ended and what a wonderful time we have had. The children have been a credit to our school and have really grown up and into the week. The never give up attitude was there in bucket loads yesterday as the children were surfing with big waves and a cold wind, nobody gave up and I was very proud. The disco was fun and even some of the teachers showed their best moves. At the moment the rain is pouring down for the last activities but the children went out with big smiles, I think that says it all!

 

 

 

27-03-18.

Well, what a day. Surfing, climbing, camp fire and toasted marshmallows. The children are having a great time and hopefully tonight a good sleep!

Good morning from a wet and windy Cornwall. Today, the children will be experiencing a full day of activities including surfing and  coastal traversing. All children slept well and are  looking forward to breakfast.

26-03-18: Year 6 have had a wonderful first afternoon at Widemouth Bay. Two brave groups have taken the plunge body boarding in the Atlantic. Mr Harris and I won the archery contest. Everybody is looking forward to dinner.

23-03-18: Congratulations to our Year 5 and 6 children who performed at the Beaminster Singing Festival. You all made me very proud and I know that everybody was impressed with your performance of Food Glorious Food.

Today’s question: Why did Jesus travel to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday? Answers on Monday to Mrs Lovering as I will be on the year 6 residential.

22-03-18: Good luck to our Year 5 and 6 children who are performing at the Beaminster Festival. I am know they will be great.

Today’s question: Who was the first female prime minister of the United Kingdom?