Chair of Governors Blog – Christmas 2019

Chair of Governors’ Blog Christmas 2019 Once again, the Autumn term seems to have passed in a flash, and here we are a week away from Christmas! This has been a busy and highly successful term with Ofsted judging the school as Good. This judgement is a testament to the clear strategic leadership provided by

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Cherrywood Choir Sing for COGS

Cherrywood Choir were given the opportunity to sing at an event at The Church of the Good Shepherd. They sang so well and did the school proud. There were lots of lovely comments when they finished. One lady called them ‘a credit to the school’. They really showed all of our school values while on

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Oak Class Listen2Me Concert December 2019 Videos

Oak Class performed their concert to the school to show off the skills that they had learned using brass instruments. 

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Young Interpreter Shines with EMTAS Blog

We are very proud of Mariana, one of our yr 6 pupils who wrote her very own blog about being a Young Interpreter. It has been put on the EMTAS website (who are the Ethnic minority Traveller Achievement Service) and will also be published in January’s Young Interpreters newsletter. Mariana has been a fantastic young

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Mayfield Carol Concert December 2nd

On Monday 2nd December we performed a Carol Concert at the Mayfield Community Centre. The children sang beautifully and then waited very patiently to meet the special guest – Father Christmas – who had taken time out of his very busy schedule to meet with the children. Thanks to all those who came along to

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Nativity

Here are a few photos from the rehearsals of our recent nativity. I’m sure all who came to see the play last week would agree it was a great success and some may even have left with a slight tear in their eye! The children were very excited to perform for their families and had

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‘Save Queen Elizabeth park’

Last month Year 5 wrote to the local council , concerned about proposals that an oil company wanted to lay a fuel pipeline through Queen Elizabeth Park. The pupils letters were very well written many with an underlying message of how valuable green spaces are and showing a real concern for their local environment, for

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Elm Class Marwell Zoo Visit 19th November

Elm Class visited Marwell Zoo as part of our Science Topic.  We had a special workshop where we learnt about animal’s habitats and how different animals moved. Some of the brave members of Elm stroked Sally the Stick Insect!  Our favourite animals included: penguins, giraffes, tigers and of course the cute Red Panda.

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Marchants Hill PGL Trip November 2019

Our residential trip to PGL was an amazing experience. When we arrived, we met our group leader, Sophie, who did a fun activity with us. In fact, the week was so action packed we didn’t have time to laze around. Over the following days we tried new experiences such as zip wire, abseiling, rifle shooting

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Year 4 Cinema Trip ‘Dora The Explorer’ 14th November

Oak class had a fantastic day out today visiting Vue cinema. The skies weren’t clear but at least it wasn’t raining! We were careful to avoid the puddles on the way as we walked. I definitely encouraged a brisk pace so we could be outside the cinema ready for 9:30. Luckily we were the first

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Values Assembly 13th November

This morning we had our values Assembly and this week’s value is Integrity. Nominations were Frankie (being honest about her mistakes), Zain (for always playing fairly in the playground), Adarsh (for being honest and fair with others), Remzi (great sportsmanship and upholding the rules in PE). Jack-Ryan received the award for sticking with what he

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Sycamore Class Marchants Hill Trip

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Sycamore Class visit QE2 Park

We put everything that we had learnt about shelters into practise when we visited Queen Elizabeth Park. As you can see, we made fantastic dens using all of the resources from the woodland, including logs, bark and the natural shelter that woodlands provide. We have really understood what makes a good structure- let’s hope we

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Cherrywood Achieve Silver Modestars Award

Due to the hard work of all the children and parents to find healthier and more eco-friendly ways of travelling to school, we have been awarded the Silver Star for our Modestars campaign. We are very grateful to all of you either walk to school and use our various park & stride areas to ensure

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Celebration Assemblies w/c 21st October

Here are some photos of the various awards that have been handed out this week. Values Award winner this week is Sienna-Rose for using manners in class by taking turns in group work and sharing resources. Also nominated were Nicole, Lewi, Mehmet, Jamie and Arya. Stars of the week this week are Angel B, Angel

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Harvest Celebration

We all had a great time at the harvest celebration yesterday. It was lovely to see so many parents in the afternoon, enjoying the food that the children had worked hard cooking/making during the day.

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Celebration Assemblies

Some of our Stars of the Week from Assemblies 7th & 11th October. Well Done 🙂

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Assembly Friday 20th September

In our assembly today 6 pupils were awarded with Star of the week – John, Dexter, Lily, Zoe, Lakshaya & Freddy. Well Done and keep up the good work 🙂  

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Assembly Friday 13.09.19

In today’s assembly we had are Stars of the Week – Mariana, Aimee, Amy, Ria, Jasper & Megan. Well Done all

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Chair of Governors Blog – Autumn 2019

Chair of Governors’ Blog 10th Sept 2019 On behalf of all the Governors, welcome back. I hope that you all managed to enjoy some rest and relaxation with your families and friends making the most of the amazing weather that we had for much of the holidays. A special warm welcome to all the new

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