As we approach the halfway point of this academic year, we can reflect on a successful autumn term of innovation, creativity and academic rigour, building on the achievements of last year. This has continued into the spring term, with many children in Year 1 and Year 3 achieving their Arts Award.
Through our many learning experiences, we continue to emphasise to our pupils the importance of understanding how learning is integral to everyday life and their ability to make empowering choices. Our forthcoming Aspirations and Enterprise Week will provide our pupils with a rich opportunity to engage with a range of professions, and apply business tips for themselves.
Our local connections with Bata and Thurrock Trailblazer continue to strengthen, and we are establishing more effective international connections, for example through our cross-trust Chinese Project.
You may have seen some of our popular home learning projects including Year 6’s recent Titanic Exhibition and Year 4’s science experiments and landscape models, showing that any work or experiences that children can do outside of school related to our plans for the spring term will link into children’s learning in school and support them well.
We look forward to sharing more with you during our assemblies, Equity Actions and other events.