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St Saviour's Church Schools

Weekly Roundup – Junior School

Welcome back to Term 5! We’ve had a great start to the term and been up to lots of exciting things.  


Year 4 visit to the church 


Year 4 visited St Saviour’s Church earlier in the week and were able to complete activities at different stations around the Church. Click here to see pictures of this. Thank you to the team at the church for welcoming us.  


SEND visit 


Yesterday, we welcomed Diane Anderson and Kim Lloyd to the St Saviour’s schools to look at the great support we have in place for all children at St Saviour’s Schools. Sara, Sophie, Mr Beament and myself took our visitors around both schools, and we were lucky enough to see lots of the learning going on during the morning. Our visitors said they were impressed with the respectful relationships they saw children demonstrating and could see that grown ups in school know all of the children really well (this is something I see everyday so it is really nice for a visitor to notice this in such a short space of time). Some children explained about things which support them with their learning, for example a writing slope, a wobble cushion or extra thinking time. We were really proud of the way all of the children demonstrated our School Values and the Caring Code so brilliantly for our visitors.  

Celebration Assembly 


Today in celebration assembly, we enjoyed some singing, sharing Free Reader certificates and celebrating our Rockstars of the Week. Click here to see pictures of this. We also shared a wonderful piece of work from a child in Year 6. She has been so inspired by the Year 6 English work based on the book, ‘The Lion above the Door’ by Onjali Rauf, that she completed her own piece of work about this. She has made a factfile about Elizabath Choy, the Singaporean war hero who was a volunteer nurse. Year 6 are remembering forgotten heroes of the war from different nationalities using this book as a stimulus, and when Onajli Rauf heard Year 6 have been reading this book, she has tweeted Year 6 to say, “How wonderful to hear. Hope you all have many an exciting discussion as you go. Thank you for honouring the s/heroes of our pasts so.” 


Also this week: 

-to find out more about the Alice Park play consultation, click here 

-to see some pictures from Thrive time, click here 

Hope you have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend.


Best wishes, 

Mrs Simmons