We’ve had a fabulous time in Chester today. Children got the chance to go on a march with a Roman solider this morning and then spent the afternoon in the museum looking at old ancient ruins/artefacts. Their Roman numeral knowledge and Latin was put to the test and our recent history work in school meant the children were engaged and knowledgeable about the Roman period!
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Mrs White was teaching us all how to start playing the Clarinet this week. I can vouch for the children when they say it isn’t the easiest one to master! They all did a fabulous job and all managed to play a note or two. If you are interested in having you child bring the Clarinet home for extra practice that is no problem at all, as long as you sign the permission slip beforehand.
Such fun had by all yet again! Gorge walking and pioneering! More pics to follow when phone dries out!
So proud of these guys today! Every single one of them stood at the top and almost a full house abseiled down!
We were joined in class by the author Jo Cotterill today. She was here as part of our work with Shrewsbury Bookfest. The children will be writing and creating their own books which will be sent as art of a larger competition with other schools.
To support their writing and as inspiration, we all took part in a workshop where Jo was able to share her top tips and give us some ideas for our own stories. She was fantastic and all the children enjoyed being part of our day. Jo was so impressed with their ideas, writing and the work many of them had completed to show her. Well done team!
Another successful ‘Safer School Group’ meeting at Baschurch C. E. Primary School. For many years, Headteacher Mrs Williams, Mrs Knight, staff and governors have ensured that security/ safety is a priority and it is demonstrated through the schools solid involvement in the ‘Safer Schools’ initiative. The Safer Schools initiative includes reviewing any incidents/issues at the school, ensuring the essential security/safety measures are active and finally, considering any potential improvements. Involving pupils and parents/carers is an important factor of Safer Schools and the school ensures this involvement through surveys, Safer School Group involvement and newsletter items/feedback. A future Safer School Group meeting is scheduled for 2019 and West Mercia Police normally attend. Overall, excellent work!
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