Posted: Fri 30th Sep 2022
Dear Parents and Carers,
Thank you to our Year 6 parents and carers for attending the Y6 SATs and Isle of Wight residential meeting yesterday - we hope the option of either an after school meeting or virtual evening meeting gave everyone the opportunity to attend. If you do have any questions regarding either the trip or SATs, please let your child’s class teacher know.
This week, we would formally like to welcome Mrs Bhatia to BHPS. Mrs Bhatia joins us as our new SCITT Student for the year and will be based with Mrs Buchanan in Year 3. On behalf of the staff team, we extend a very warm BHPS welcome and wish Mrs Bhatia well on her placement.
The school really is a hive of activity at the moment. With breakfast club, after school club (mini and full) as well as our exciting lunch clubs and after school enrichment sessions, we really hope that we are providing your children with exciting opportunities that being in a primary school should bring. All of the internal and external clubs we offer are listed on the ‘Clubs’ section of this website.
On Wednesday, we were delighted to write to parents and carers of Reception children regarding our Parent Forum and Class Representative group. If you feel this is something that you would like to become involved with, please get in touch with Mrs Helps at: email@example.com for an informal discussion.
Earlier today we wrote to parents and carers of Reception - Year 6 children regarding our expectations around reading. Please read this letter carefully as well as the attachment from Mrs Lucas, English Lead, which draws your attention to book changing for both Key Stages 1 and 2.
We wish the BHPS Netball team ‘good luck’ in the Year 6 tournament this afternoon against Farringtons School. The team have trained very hard these last few weeks with them even getting into school for 7.30am on Wednesday for an extra training session to ensure they were ‘tournament ready’ with Mrs Horgan! I am looking forward to hearing from Mrs Horgan later today!
Have a wonderful weekend.
Our best wishes,
Mrs Freeman Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Lawrence SENCo, Deputy Headteacher and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
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