Goodbye and good luck Year Six!

A fond farewell to all our Year Six pupils as the sun sets on their unforgettable journey through primary school. With bittersweet smiles and brimming eyes, they stand at the precipice of new beginnings, ready to soar into the vast unknown.

Here are a couple of snapshots from over the years and a few messages from staff:

Congratulations, year six leavers. Farewell, and may your future be filled with endless possibilities.

Poplar Family Adventures

Learners in Poplar 1 were very excited to have their families come on our school minibuses for their trip. Pupils showed them the beautiful gardens at The SPACE centre and explored the sensory trail. They interacted in the SPACE centre and tried the different equipment.
We have been thinking about picnics this half term in DT and it was great to share a picnic with them before driving down to the local park.
It was great that our families were able to meet each other as well.

Whole lotta Lego love!

Our weekly lunch time ‘Brick Club’ has been a popular session with pupils this year. Who doesn’t love a good play with Lego?! Brick Club is hosted by our trained Lego Therapists Alison and Mandi. It’s a freeplay session that allows pupils the time, space and resources to explore their creativity, develop some fantastic build skills and have lots of fun! It also provides an opportunity for pupils across different classes to come together to play and chat, encouraging new friendships and building up communication skills. Pupils often choose to have their Lego build photographed at the end of the session and added to our display wall. We are all really proud of our fantastic creations!

Rowan’s PASSED!

On Tuesday 4th July Rowan and 6 staff members from across school took part in The Dog Mentor Training Course. Rowan has been in school for a while – getting to know his environment and we are so proud that all of your hard work with him was recognised, and he passed his official assessment.
Rowan will start on a full timetable from September to support the children with the support of his trained mentors.
We can’t wait to see all of the wonderful things and the big impact we know he is going to have in school.