Our assembly on Monday was all about hope and time for change. We read Tomos Roberts’ poem ‘The Great Realisation’ and considered what the world has learnt over the past year and how we can use these lessons to live happier and healthier lives. A lot of our ideas linked to being Pegasus People who care; are proud of themselves and their actions; have good manners; are safe and happy and strive to be a great learners. We celebrated great Pegasus People today in our Gold Award Assembly; ‘well done’ to the following children who always demonstrate great team work:
|Yellow||Abdul and Florrie|
|Red||Lily and Kobi|
|Orange||Freddie and Kaycee|
|Blue||Kasey and Nicolas|
|Green||Jack and Isadora|
|Indigo||Isabella and Rion|
|Violet||Lizzie and Owureku|
|Turquoise||Beatrice and Ezra|
|Ruby||Evie and Robin|
We were so impressed with the excellent presentation skills, alliterative poetry, acrostic poems and beautiful art work from Indio class on Thursday when they took part in their first class assembly. Well done!
Last chance for your pupils to participate in The Big Ask
The Big Ask – the largest ever consultation with children in England – finishes this week. More than 500,000 children and young people, across thousands of schools, have had their say about what matters to them for their future. Does that include your Child? This week is the last chance for your child to make their voices heard and tell the government what they need in order to have a better future. The survey closes today on Friday 28 May.
Parent Reading Survey
Please take part in our parent and carers reading survey so that we can find out how to support you best when reading with your child at home. The survey will remain open until Wednesday 9th June. Click here for the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PFZX9X9
Have a great half term and see you again on the 7th June!