Miss Phillips: July 2019
We have had a fantastic week in school this week and everyone has enjoyed their transition days and spending time with their new teachers.
Well done to all of the children who have received an award this week, some more fantastic learning and behaviour.
We have some more super readers this year. It's great to see so many of our children enjoying their reading.
Base 5 have won the attendance this week with 100%, a fantastic effort, keep going for the last two weeks of term.
This week blue team have managed to earn the most team points, well done.
A few weeks ago, Mrs Holdsworth set a challenge for the children to drink 6 — 8 glasses of water, milk or unsweetened squash. Well done to all of the children who managed this challenge and to all of the children who brought back their drinks chart.
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