A place with a zest for excitement, friendship and fun;
Where learning extends beyond the classroom walls.
A place where we all feel safe and secure;
Where integrity and honesty are highly valued.
A place where we appreciate and celebrate difference;
Where we support each other and learn from mistakes.
A place where we nurture a thirst for learning,
Aspire to brilliance and build resilience.
https://www.facebook.com/fiona.brady.50/posts/10155269015706766 We hope everyone with chicken pox in Nursery ( and other classes) starts to feel better soon. We miss you! Love Mrs Brady, Mrs Walters, Mrs O'Connor, Mrs Gage, Mrs Sartin and Mrs Humphries xxx
Retweeted Jersey Education (@JerseyEducation): Good morning everyone. Schools are open as usual today, Monday 19 March. DfI tell us that the roads are all passable. Take care on your journey in though.
Happy St Patrick's Day! Eila helped her mum bake a cake for the occasion.
Parents, please look out for the letter below in your child's book bag. We are looking forward to our first community breakfast on the last day of term. We hope you will be able to join us with your child. Orders need to be in by next Friday please.
Monday 12th March was Commonwealth Day. Mrs Dixon explained about the Commonwealth and shared a summary of the Queen's message with the children. We discussed the Commonwealth Values and compared them to our school values: 1. Men and Women are equally important. 2. People of all races and skin colours are equally important. 3. It works hard to improve education for everyone. 4. It encourages respect for others and works to make people's lives better. 5. It believes that protecting the environment is important This year's theme is about working together to help to create a future that is fairer, more secure, more prosperous and sustainable. What can your child remember from the assembly? Can they remember how many countries make up the Commonwealth? Do they recognise Queen Elizabeth II? Here she is on her way into Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day Service.
St. Peter's B team took part in the Primary Schools' netball tournament at Les Ormes this afternoon. Despite not getting though to the play off stages the girls played some very competitive netball securing 2 good wins and above all having a thoroughly good time representing their school and taking part in competitive sport. Well done to them all and thanks to Mrs Simon for taking them on her day off! :-)
Reminder that tomorrow is the deadline for Bingo ticket requests. Don't miss out!
Key stage 2 had an assembly this afternoon called "Make The Call" which focused on the practicalities of making a 999 call as well as the consequences of making a hoax call. During the assembly a Year 6 pupil was given a mobile and asked to call 999 to report an emergency we had seen on a video. This call went to the 999 operator and then on to the correct control service who managed the call as if it were real. (They had had prior warning to expect the call). We could all hear what questions the operator asked to gain more information about the emergency. The assembly was put together by the States Of Jersey Fire & Rescue Service and Child Accident Prevention (Jersey) and was a fantastic opportunity for the children to understand how and when to make a 999 call! Try talking to your child to see what they can remember from the assembly.