Weekly Roundup - Junior School
What a fun filled week we have had!
Last Saturday, despite the rain, FOSS pulled out all the stops for a fantastic, flower themed summer fair-it was great! There were lots of wonderful stalls (glitter tattoos, arts and crafts, bric a brac and games like beat the goalie) and an amazing BBQ. We had a brilliant performance from the Boogie in Bath dancers but speaking to the children, the highlight seems to have been throwing sponges at Mr Beament in the stocks?! 😊 I know everyone had a great time-thank you so much to everyone who made it such a great day. Click here for some pictures.
Year 5 enterprise day
Year 5 (supported by Miss Williams and Miss Drake) have been working so hard to put together enterprise stalls and on Monday, we were lucky enough to visit them on the top playground. I was blown away by the variety, creativity and hard work that had gone into the stalls. Click here and here to see pictures of this brilliant event.
Shuffle up day
It was so great to welcome the Year 2 children on Thursday to the Juniors, and for the children to spend the morning in their new classes. They had lots of fun, and a highlight of the morning was choosing a new class name (the reveal will come soon!) and opening our new book parcels, gifted from the previous class and bought using money from the E-Team bake off sale. Click here to see pictures of some of the books the children chose.
We are so pleased that our Ofsted report is now ready to share with you, and to say that we remain a good school. You will receive an email about this today, and the report will be published online in the coming weeks. The experience the inspector had over the two days was genuinely what school is like every day: he saw kindness, tolerance, inclusivity and a lot of fun! There were so many things he loved, but a couple of particular stand outs were the E-Team ("just wow" were the words he used to describe their tour of the school) and a Year 6 maths lesson he saw, where the children confidently discussed varying methods to solve a problem, encouraged one another, demonstrated the school values marvellously and impressed with their technical mathematical language. The children were, as always, amazing, and we are very proud of them. Huge well done to everyone, as this is very much down to the hard work and support of the whole St Saviour's Community, and a special well done to the fabulous staff team at St Saviours who work so hard to provide an amazing education to the children, supported by the trust and our wonderful governors.
Key dates: It’s a busy time for everyone over the next few weeks. For a summary of key dates, click here