Pleased to meet you this week! Thank you to all the parents who came to speak to class teachers at parent consultations. The staff always enjoy sharing the children’s targets and successes. The two way flow of information is a really positive way for us to work in partnership to maximise children’s progress and to hear about pupil insights into what we do. (more…)
Lest we forget… Remembrance Sunday. The children worked hard in forest school this week to create a memorial linked to Remembrance Day. It was lovely to hear one of them volunteer a prayer at the end of the afternoon during reflection time. (more…)
Our whole school visit to St Nicholas Church to celebrate Harvest Thanksgiving.
We were so proud to share some of our learning about harvest thanksgiving with our parent community at St Nicholas Church this week on Wednesday. The children were amazing, and did a fabulous job with songs, prayers, talking stories and we have collected so many tins, and packets of food to contribute to the local food bank. (more…)
A Season of Change. Good news! Our Ofsted letter was sent out to all parents this week, and has been uploaded to the school website. We were delighted that the inspector acknowledged a range of positive statements including: ‘curriculum topics are rich and inspirational.’ (more…)
Exciting learning both outdoors and in! (more…)
Creative beyond belief at CVPS!
Around school this week we have seen fabulous creativity from both the children and staff teams. TT Rock Stars in Year 3 now have a hot seat competition to challenge pupils with the speed of recall with their times tables. Our early years team have been baking gingerbread and creating potato heads, and in Year 5 the class have once again refined their Greek pots, developing the skills they showed last week. (more…)
The week an inspector called!
This week we were visited by Her Majesty’s Inspector Mr. Chris Smith as part of the four year cycle of inspection that we were due. The findings are confidential until they go through a due diligence process at Ofsted, but we will receive a letter in a few days time which will outline Mr Smith’s findings, and whether or not our school continues to be regarded as a ‘good’ school. (more…)
Hooray for Stay and Play!
Parents of pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 enjoyed a visit to their children’s classrooms this week for the first stay and play of the academic year. It was great to see everyone and to hear from parents what the children are saying about school! The next one will be held next half term. (more…)
Welcome back to school everyone! And what a start to this academic year with every year group having launched their new topics with great style this week! (more…)