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.
Parenting is the most amazing experience! But, it can also be stressful, sometimes overwhelm and get the better of us. It's important that we, as parents, have calming and self-care ideas that we can go to when we need to centre and reconnect with ourselves. This printable poster is a simple aide memoire designed for parents. You might like to print it and keep it somewhere you can refer to when you need a few moments to regain calm.
We are delighted that HSBC are supporting us in a complete makeover of our library. Mr Laffoley cleared the room at the end of term and a team of HSBC volunteers helped him with the decorating yesterday. We can't wait for the new carpets and furniture to arrive!
Children love minibeasts so if you are looking for something to do as a family, why not try this!
We are very proud of Poppy who is one of only two Brownies in Jersey to have been awarded the annual Dorrel Wherry award for commitment to her unit (16 St Peter's) and for showing caring and kindness towards others. Well done for demonstrating our school values outside school Poppy! You are a star!
Ian Rolls has chosen his favourite seven letters from the children's designs... T - Eila H - Fearne E - Abigail W - Maisie I - Sienna L - Taylor-Jay D - Beau R Congratulations to all these children whose designs will be used for the finished sign for our Forest Schools area
Thank you to all our families for your support this term. The end of term newsletter was emailed today. Wishing you all a restful Easter break. School reopens on Tuesday 23rd April.
Year 4 had a fantastic India Day today as a culmination of their leaning in Geography. They had a range of activities throughout the day, including dancing and drawing Rangoli patterns on the floor! They cooked a range of delicious traditional dishes which they shared for lunch. Thank you for inviting me along Year 4 and for sharing your knowledge about India! Thank you to all our parent and grandparent helpers for supporting with the cooking. Mrs Dixon.