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.
Year 5 and 6 have been learning about the Government of Jersey and the States Chamber with Mrs Southern. Today they had the exciting opportunity of posing questions to Constable Vibert and Deputy Huelin, who kindly agreed to visit. Their questions were insightful and thought-provoking for the politicians who have gone away to find out more information in order to be able to answer some of their questions. One of the questions they have asked is whether there could be a pelican crossing instead of a road crossing patrol on Rue de l'Eglise...
Our Christmas Fayre last night was such a fabulous community event. I am so proud to be the Headteacher of such an amazing group of teachers, children and families. Thanks again to everyone who made last night possible... - Laura, our PTA chairperson, and all her fantastic PTA committee for their calm organisation. They have worked tirelessly behind the scenes on all the preparations and in organising the incredible raffle over the past months. - businesses and individuals in our local community for their generosity in donating raffle prizes - our teachers, teaching assistants and volunteer helpers for their creative ideas and guidance to the children in making the beautiful items for their class stalls - many of them using recycled materials - Mr Laffoley for his patience and support and for creating such a beautiful grotto for Santa - our children for their skill in making such beautiful creations to sell - our incredibly supportive parents for selling raffle tickets and sending in all your generous donations - everyone who came along: children, staff, families and Santa(!) for giving up Friday evening to run a stall, or to attend and spend so much money! - and lastly to our children for such exemplary behaviour throughout the evening. Thank you everybody!! We can't wait to hear how much we have raised towards our playground renovation project! Have a well deserved restful weekend! Mrs Dixon x
We were so proud that our Constable Richard Vibert was with us to open our new library at the start of our Christmas Fayre this evening. The new library has been a labour of love by Mr Robinson, Mrs Nolan and Mrs Turmel. This project has been made possible thanks to the incredible donation and volunteer support from HSBC International and the generous donation from an anonymous benefactor for new books(thanks to Variety for suggesting us). We are so excited that the children can finally start reading the wonderful books in their new library. Phase 2 is to decorate the walls... Thanks also to all the parents who have donated new books to our library. Please let us know if you would be interested in being a volunteer librarian next term.
What a fabulous Christmas Fayre - a HUGE thank you to Laura, Cindy and all the PTA helpers and friends who made it such a great success. We are thinking of asking Father Christmas to come back for those who didn't see him, if there is enough interest. Please like or comment below if you would like Father Christmas to come back before the end of term
The PTA would appreciate as much help as possible this evening and tomorrow with the Christmas Fayre. Please let Laura Stuart know if you can help. She wound especially appreciate help clearing up after we finish. Please can all raffle ticket money and stubs and unsold tickets be returned before the fayre tomorrow. We need this done in order to fulfil the gambling regulations. Thank you