I have had the pleasure of observing some super lessons this week including a sensory story in Lemurs class.
It was a great tour and they all respected and abided by the rules impeccably. It was girl power Olivia.
Everyone was really enthusiastic in the beginning. There should be limits on working hours, and people should be able to take holidays with pay. An expectant mother and her baby should both receive extra care and support.
Getting up from the steps, Karen walks over to one of the windows and stares out of it. Some of our older pupils in Key stage 2 were making decisions about things they would take in a holiday suitcase either for a hot holiday or a cold holiday some were learning to spell some tricky words as well.
It was lovely to catch up with the students who left last year and I know many of the current students enjoyed meeting up with old friends. The pupils have been involved in many creative and performing arts activities, I have read some wonderful writing and seen some exciting sensory work throughout the week and the pupils have responded extremely well.
We also put a copy of the newsletter on our website. We should have the right to share our ideas with who we want, and in whichever way we choose. They were a credit to the school well done to all. I would like to say a big thank you to all the staff and pupils for making this happen.
Everyone has the right to education. The Royal Wedding has been the focus of lots of learning with pupils preparing, cooking and sharing food together.
Then you number the scenes in the montage in order. I hope you found it useful and we hope to support all parents and families with similar events throughout the year. Next week is our last week before the half term holiday - the time seems to have flown past.
We have also had school photos this week which seem to have gone well and we are looking forward to seeing the results. Congratulations to both Jake and Luke. Yesterday and today the world changed to spring and the transformation has been amazing.
It has been lovely to welcome all our new pupils who have all settled in extremely well. The New Site Well four classes have moved in and are enjoying our new building. So many great opportunities and lovely responses from the children and young people. Rhiannon working with a volunteer on kicking a ball, Mollie working on dropping and throwing different balls, Robert walking around a course and stepping over obstacles, Andie giving instructions to go through obstacles pulling a rope to go around a course and Kinjal engaged really well with a new activity after getting a head massage.
The government has a responsibility to protect us and our family. Every person in society should have the freedom to develop their personality with the support of the resources available in that country.
Our older pupils have had a day out at Drayton Manor and all behaved exceptionally well one highlight came from one of our pupils, Jamie B, who whilst queuing for one of the roller coasters noticed another student from another school becoming upset and not wanting to go on the ride. The staff reported… It was lovely to take Kieran and Elizabeth to the Bake Off on Saturday although none of our 3 entries won we all had a lovely time and the venue was packed.
Yet they are the world of the individual person; the neighbourhood he lives in; the school or college he attends; the factory, farm, or office where he works.
He took some great pictures and our favourite, which made us all laugh, was an action shot of David the judge eating cake. He is still very much a supporter of the school and has worked hard to ensure our Ambassadors and the businesses who support us, will remain with us.
The whole group were unusually but understandably speechless!. I hope everyone enjoyed the last two weeks and whatever activities you were involved with. I understand some teams were more successful than others. We all have the right to enough food, clothing, housing and healthcare for ourselves and our families.
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A BBC Bitesize secondary school revision resource for Standard Grade English on writing a script: characters, plot, dialogue, stage, radio, TV, film.
think about characters, plot and dialogue. Persuasive writing is, in essence, convincing your reader or listener. Richard challenges Shannon to write a persuasive piece to convince him.
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