Mr Maksymiw's news w/c 26th September
Today was a milestone in the school year. For the first time all the children at school were in our Monday morning assembly, including the children from the Foundation classes, Catkin and Acorn. The school now feels complete and I am happy to report that the youngest children’s behaviour in assembly was fantastic. Well done!
We meet together every Monday for our whole school assembly but for the rest of the week the children generally meet in their key stage for singing or a follow up assembly exploring the theme introduced on Monday.
Of course our Friday Achievement Assembly is something special. In these assemblies we celebrate the achievements of two children from each class who have impressed their teacher with their work, behaviour or cooperation and kindness. You will receive a text when your child receives one of these awards.
I am looking forward to a great week in school.
Mark Maksymiw (Headteacher)
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Mr Maksymiw's news w/c 19th September
I wanted to let you know about a partnership that the school belongs to with other schools in Loughborough. It is called LPAP (Loughborough Primary Academy Partnership) and it is made up of nine schools. These schools are Outwoods Edge, Holywell, Mountfields Lodge, Loughborough C. of E., Rendell, Cobden, Stonebow, Hathern and Robert Bakewell. We work together on specific projects such as developing a common report form as well as more general collaboration such as developing projects for a Gifted and Talented group. The aim of the group is to work for the benefit of all the children and develop opportunities for classes to collaborate and get to know one another. In our recent inspection OfSTED recognised the benefits of belonging to a group like LPAP.
I will let you know about the work of LPAP as the year progresses.
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Mr Maksymiw's news w/c 12th September
I hope that your children have settled into their new class this year. I have seen lots of enthusiastic children making a good start to the Autumn Term. We have had two assemblies where children are presented with their Achievement Certificates and I am always pleased to find out what children have done to be awarded a certificate.
This week will be the first week that our Foundation Stage are in for the whole day. The school now feels complete and ready for the year ahead.
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