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Welcome to the Summer 2009 edition of Newsline

As school year comes to an end, it’s time to reflect on the highs and lows of 2008/2009.

For me, the highs have related to some fantastic achievements made by children with a range of talents; just three examples.. the work done on British Food Fortnight, Dance Showcase and the footballers’ visit to the David Beckham Academy all showed the children at their best. And the lows? Well it is sad saying goodbye to children and staff alike. This year we are seeing a lovely bunch of children leave for secondary school. They have formed two great classes with warm and strong personalities who will not quickly be forgotten. Thanks and farewell to Aoife, to Tom and to Sophie; members of staff who are also moving on. Thank you and good wishes.

Summer visits and Journeys.

We all enjoy the wide range of educational trips which take place during the summer term. Year 5 have been studying the seaside and had a marvellous day at Littlehampton. France was the destination for the Year 6 group and a Year 7 group had an adventurous time at the Frontier Centre.

It’s school camp and barbeque this week and we hope to see as many parents as possible at Chalfont Heights on Thursday lunchtime. The forecast suggests that it may be raining but we will still be smiling and singing. Parents may want to bring their umbrellas — just in case.

After more than 10 years as Deputy Head,

Sue Stalley is stepping down. I am truly grateful for all Sue’s hard work. Sue has overseen the birth and development of both Nursery and ASE Place, has been a support and an example to all our new staff, has been a stalwart on all our school camps and as acting head, saw the school through the outstanding Ofsted inspection in 2005. From September, Sue will still be a member of the staff team but will only be working part time. We will miss her infectious laugh and her resolute commitment to the best interests of all the children.

Sue and her friend Aisha at school camp

Dennis Goldthorpe

 

Links to Summer 2009 Newsline Pages

Pilgrim

Hearts Diamonds Barnacle African Russian
Normandy Blue-Winged Egyptian White Greylag Nursery
           


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