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Posted on: 27/04/2018
Headteachers Blog 27/04/2018
CONDOVER HALL THANK YOU
Our amazing year four pupils had a great time at Condover Hall and it was so good to see their tired but happy faces coming off the bus. I would like to thank our wonderful staff who went on the residential with our pupils: Mrs Ansell, Miss Brett, Mrs Halliday, Miss King, Mrs Knowles, Mrs Charity, Mr Winslade and Mrs Worthington. They told me that the behaviour of the children was excellent and the staff at Condover had said that our children were the best organised and behaved that they had seen! Again, Westfield Junior School pupils are having compliments when we are out of school. I love that!
MRS CHENEY’S MARATHON!
Last Sunday, our very own Deputy Head Teacher, Mrs Cheney, ran the London Marathon in aid of the ‘Jeans for Genes’ charity which, as a school, we support annually. She finished in 6 hours and 25 minutes which was a very good time, considering that she had a broken leg last year and dislocated her toe last month! All in all, Mrs Cheney only had four months of training and we are all very proud of her determination and resilience. Today, we had our Jeans for Genes Day at school to support her great effort. She has spoken to the children in assembly today and has been showing of her medal of which she is justifiably proud!!
We are looking forward to seeing you all for Parents’ Evening the week after next. Year five teachers will be in the main school hall. Other staff will be in their classrooms. This is only for years three, four and five. 4SF Parents’ Evening will be held later on in the term.
YEAR 4 BREAKFAST
It was good to see so many parents and other family members attending our breakfast this morning! We hope you enjoyed your food and being able to spend time in school with your child.
This term, the Goodies’ Treat is on Monday 2nd July and is a theatre company (M&M Productions) who will be entertaining the children - there will be an ice cream too. You can’t we don’t offer great treats! Everyone is entitled to the Goodies’ Treat unless they are given a detention. Last term only 9 pupils missed out.
Best wishes, Margaret Greig