04 February 2022


This week we have been thinking about our most important Pegasus value, -‘we care’, thinking carefully about how we show that to others, and ourselves. We have also been learning about Chinese New Year and have been excited to welcome in the Year of the Tiger! We have also been treated to an assembly involving a balanced argument about artefacts at the British Museum. The children presented arguments for and against returning items back to the country they originated from. There were some very salient points made on both sides. They finished off with a nod to our Collective Worship theme of ‘compassion’ and sang Bruno Mars’ ‘Count On Me’. Well done to Oak class who delivered their lines with clarity and confidence. A huge thanks also to Mr Opara, who worked hard to support the children to deliver such a fantastic assembly. If Oak class parents would like to watch the assembly again, it will be available on the class blog after today.

Rainbow Winners

Class Name Rainbow 1 Rainbow 2
Holly Nyiah-Rae – for showing a fantastic attitude towards her learning and being resourceful in all lessons. Olivia – for persevering to produce a fantastic piece of writing for our Cinderella write ups.
Cedar Felix – for thorough editing to correct his speech punctuation Cora-Rose – for an enjoyable Cinderella story with lots of detail
Birch Xaviera- for great perseverance; for always doing your home learning every single week. Yasmine- for being a great friend and making our new friend feel welcome.
Lime Theodore – for always persevering in his tasks. He wrote a wonderful piece of descriptive writing using adjectives and conjunctions. Well done! Gracie – for showing great perseverance in hockey. She is always absorbed in her tasks and wrote an amazing descriptive piece of writing using similes to describe a volcano. Well done!
Hawthorn Ruby – for amazing contributions during an RE lesson on judgement Chidimma – well considered contributions during an RE lesson on judgement
Rowan Nealan-  for improving the consistency of his handwriting and overall presentation. Roshina – for a sustained effort to develop her writing which has led to amazing progress.
Hazel Asya – for excellent use of BLP skills in every lesson Sofia – for brilliant listening skills and collaboration in class
Willow Zeenat – for using her reasoning skills in maths to develop a better understanding of factors. Ralph – for showing excellent BLP skills when listening to his talk partner and asking them questions to find out more.
Sycamore Sidiki – for managing his distractions and persevering in our lessons. We are so proud of you! Daniel – for managing his distractions and persevering in our lessons. We very proud of you!
Beech Tallula for writing a fantastic narrative that built suspense and was told from two different perspectives- each character had a clear style of telling their point of view. Very well written. Alex- for writing a story with a clear plot that linked to our class text. It showed a great understanding of the work we have done!
Oak Evie and Loretta for working extremely hard whilst being off from school and submitting their work on the blog site.

Cypress Superstars

We are very proud of Sheick (Birch class), who has moved on two colour bands on the Cypress Reading Tree! Sheick you are an amazing example of focus and determination – well done! Meredith (Lime) crafted a very impressive guitar from cardboard boxes and rubber bands. Each of the strings even made a different sound – great attention to detail! Gus won our Golden Lock prize this week – keep up the scooting! Freda in Beech won our Word Wizard rosette this week! Who will win next week’s? The word of the week is ‘grudge’. Get your entries in before 9am. Good luck!

Brighten Your Bag Competition

We had some fantastic entries to the Croydon Council’s Brighten Your Bag Competition which was run before Christmas.  It’s aim was to highlight road safety and the important message of be bright be seen.  The children had put a lot of thought and effort into their designs, which were definitely eye-catching!  Croydon has just announced the winners, sadly not Cypress this year, but well done to everyone who entered!

Pegasus Parent and Carer Questionnaire 2021-22

The Pegasus Parent and Carer Questionnaire 2021-22 is now live!  Please click here to complete the survey and share your views.


Have a great weekend!


Mrs Carpenter and the Upper School team

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