B Cador: March 2018
Wow! We've achieved whole school attendance of 99% this week, which is absolutely FANTASTIC! Our aim is for 97% so to be just off 100% is amazing!
Here are the results:
- Joint first place with 100% attendance: Base 3 and Base 4
- Second place with 98%: Base 2
- Third place with 97.8%: Base 1
Thank you to all our children and their mums, dads and carers for making sure that 'every lesson counts' for our children's attendance and progress.
And now to our ACHIEVERS of the week.
In assembly, on Tuesday, I talked to the children about being an 'achiever'. Jessica in Base 3 shared some of the certificates she had received for her achievements as well as her Summer Reading Challenge gold medals. Children were asked about what they wanted to achieve. So many of the children are working hard to reach the next level in sports like swimming and gymnastics and one of our children is training so that he can compete in a three day U12 sailing competition. All our achievers recognised that to achieve you have to aim high, work hard and stay focussed on your goal. We can all be great achievers.
Enjoy the photos and have a lovely weekend,
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