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St Saviour's Church Schools

Weekly Roundup Infants

Dear Parents and Carers,


Weekly roundup – Infants 


And we’re back…. 


Happy New Year to you all. We hope that you had a good rest over the break and that everyone feels refreshed and raring to go. 

It was lovely to see all the children returning on Wednesday looking relaxed with smiles on their faces. On Wednesday we shared in assembly how a new year can mark a new beginning and a chance to get excited about new things. The children shared their ideas. 

Aoife said, ‘I am excited about friends’ parties and also maths.’ 

Elliot said, ‘I am excited about finding out more about the Great Fire of London our new Discovery theme.’ 

Sophie said, ‘I am looking forward to learning more skills in gymnastics.’ 

Zaedyn said, ‘I’m looking forward to getting even better at writing.’ 

Later that day I enjoyed a lovely afternoon with France class where we shared feelings of success as part of our Jigsaw learning. Olive shared that she had felt success over the holidays when she completed a 300 piece puzzle! She shared that it had been really tricky but that she had completed each part of the picture in turn. She was obviously proud of her achievement, and we had a great discussion around how achieving things that had been tricky can make us feel even greater feelings of success. We made links with our Caring Code and how doing our best means persevering and not giving up even when things are hard. Well done Olive for great perseverance. 


Our four-legged friends 


A polite reminder that our school site is a dog free site. This is purely for health and safety reasons and is Trust policy. All of the dogs that I meet are all very well behaved and are lovely, however, they do need to be left at the school gate. If there’s no one to wait with them, please can they be tied to a part of the fence where children have enough space to enter the site. Some of our children can feel nervous around dogs and they need to be able to come into school feeling happy. The black gates at the side entrance have enough space but if you enter via the top entrance please just make sure the gate way is free.  

Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.


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We wish you a peaceful weekend and look forward the terms learning ahead. 


Best wishes,