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Newsletter 25th March 2022

Posted: Fri 25th Mar 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

It was a pleasure to welcome parents and carers of Eugenie Clark class to their
amazing class assembly this morning. Miss O’Mahony, Wider Curriculum Lead,
has informed me that the children have completed so much learning - I’m not
sure how they have crammed it all in. Thank you to Mrs Clark and Mrs Gilham,
and of course the children, for such a wonderful assembly today.

It was also wonderful for Mrs Lawrence and Mr Devlin to welcome parents and
carers to school for our Ambassador and Special Recognition Assembly on
Monday morning - our congratulations to these children and what a fantastic
way to start the week!

Last week I sent a letter asking for you to complete our Parent/Carer Survey.
If you have not already done so, please do take a moment to complete this
short survey as your views are very important to us. With your feedback we
can continue to further improve the school to make it the very best we can for
all our wonderful children and families. 

I would also like to thank Mrs Lawrence and our Inclusion team for running the
fourth outreach session on Wednesday morning and Thursday evening focusing
on Sensory Processing and Autism. There are two outreach sessions left in this
academic year; Dyslexia and Working Memory on 4th May and Managing
Transitions on 15th June.

Finally, I am delighted to announce our winners from World Book Day. Isabella
C, 1T, won the reading in the most unusual place and Harrison Gou, 5F, won
the spoon competition with his entry of Oliver Twist. Well done to our winners
and thank you to everyone for submitting your entries and taking part.

I am delighted to advise that Boom Arts will be continuing to run their Street
Dance after school club until the end of the summer term. To find out more
and to see their booking information, please refer to the email sent to R-Y6
parents/carers on Wednesday. I have also attached their flyer for the one day
workshop they are running here in the Easter holidays and also their flyer for
the club here for the summer term.

Earlier this morning we also sent some information (year 3-6 only) from
STEMkids regarding a new external engineering club we will be running at the
school after the Easter holiday. This is not something that we have offered
here at the school before, so it is very exciting to be able to have this club.

Mrs Jones will sadly be leaving us to move to a new post after Easter. Mrs
Jones has been with us since 2017 and has worked in our pre-school and over
the last few years, in Reception. We will all miss Mrs Jones but wish her all the
best for the future. Her last day at BHPS is on Wednesday 30th March.

In addition, I am delighted to advise that Miss Trickett has joined us as an LSA
in our Reception team. On behalf of the staff at the school, I would like to
extend a very warm welcome.

We look forward to welcoming you into school on Friday 1st April at 2.45pm for Look at my Learning. If you are unable to make this, please do not worry as teaching and support staff will also be looking at learning.

Have a fabulous weekend.

My very best wishes,

Mrs Freeman
Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead

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