Weekly roundup – Infants
Last week of term 4 and what a week it’s been!
On Wednesday we had our Opal Final Audit and we are so pleased to say that we have been awarded the Platinum award which is the top award and in line with the Junior school. Our schools are double Platinum!!! Rachel Murray who supported us through our journey said these kind words.
‘Your commitment to play was so evident through the lovely, inclusive feeling and happy,?calm atmosphere on your playground.
For your statistics, you are in a group of around 100 schools out of 20,000 in the UK to achieve?this level of excellence.’
A huge thank you to our Play team, staff, governors and of course the children who make play at St Saviours so amazing. Click her for photos
Also on Wednesday, Faye Bertham (assistant director of education in the MAT) visited the St Saviour’s schools. Louise, our Science Lead, took Faye on a Science walk through the school celebrating how scientific knowledge and skills build from Nursery to Year 2.
Today we have shared messages of love and kindness thinking specifically about the situation in Ukraine. Thank you to River in year 5 for this great idea. Click here to see pictures of the Infant and Junior children together sharing their messages.??
We have been so impressed with the independent fundraising ideas the children have been carrying out. Click here to find out more about one of these fundraising projects.?? As part of this we would like to collect donations. If you would like to make a donation which would be passed on to UNICEF who are working to support families in Ukraine, please do so via SchoolComms over the Easter break!
We have been kindly gifted two trees for the Infant school and two for the Junior school, one from BANES and one from Bath in Bloom as part of their celebrations for the Queen’s Jubilee. Mr Beament donned his gardening attire to help the Green Team and School Councillors plant the trees. They were very excited to find a pot buried deep in the ground. We will let you know if it turns out to be valuable and on the Antiques Road Show. Click here to see pictures of the trees being planted.??
On Monday we had our Easter service at the church. The children impressed me greatly with how they walked to and from church, sat respectfully in the church, and the confidence with which the children who spoke, stood and delivered their messages to the audience. Thanks to Rob and Rachel for hosting us Click here to see pictures of our service and the Junior service.?
In other news this week we have:
Year one Past and Present here
Year two paintings of Daffodils here
Smarties Easter Challenge here
Click here to find out where your donations for Ukraine are now
Would you like to be a site manager for the St Saviour’s Schools? Click here to find out more.??
We hope that you all have a restful and healthy Easter Break whether you’re staying at home or going away, and we look forward to welcoming you all back for Term 5 on 25th April.