As we are preparing to return to school Mrs Carpenter would like o remind you all that the school is in the middle of a 5-minute walking bubble. The map is below so you can see where this starts. Our journey on Modeshift STARS! Will be continuing throughout 2022. Please watch this space!
The first group of Mini Police have now finished their service. They all did a fantastic job! They went out on patrol round the area and caught someone dropping litter, and Mrs Carpenter’s son who was riding his bike on the pavement. Jamie found himself in Mini Police court, he got 100 hours community service. I am sure school could find him some jobs to do! Here are some of the photos:
Pictures from the court house and certificate presentation.
In October we held a Road safety week which was a great success! This will be now an annual event as we as a school feel it is vitally important. As we see the issues outside our school everyday.
Above are photos from or Truck training day! A truck with a trailer on is the same length as a Humpbacked whale and as tall as a giraffe and weighs the same as 7 elephants! It would take a loaded truck travelling at 20 mph from our carpark to the end of the car park in St Mary’s to stop! Scary thought!
School Council met Ian Conlan a Councillor who is campaigning for a 20mph speed limit where people walk, live and go to school!
Dennis Distribution a local haulage company have supplied the school with enough Hi-Viz waistcoats for every people in our school. We cannot thank them enough for their kindness. They have also offered to support us in any way they can! The waistcoats will be used on any trips we have. Some have been used already by 2gether and YR 4.
In February this year we found out we had achieved the Silver Award for Modeshift Stars! Which was fantastic. We were waiting for our award to be delivered and in November we received this certificate.