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A Message from Gareth Nation Posted on: 23/02/2018

A Message from Gareth Nation

Welcome back everyone - I hope you all had a lovely half term. The children have once again returned refreshed and ready to go. It has been a busy and exciting week in school. During Forest School, the children have made Shadufs (in keeping with their topic on Ancient Egyptians), have been showing respect for their environment through some on-site maintenance, have enjoyed taking part in the RSPB Great schools Bird Watch as well as the usual den building and tree climbing! Thank you to Stacey Dunn for helping out. Today, Class Drogo have had a ‘Froggy Friday’ looking at life cycles and studying the frogspawn in the pond. In our Values Assembly on Tuesday, I introduced our new value for the term - integrity. Please discuss the importance of ‘integrity’ with the children at home and support their understanding of what it means to behave honestly and have strong moral principles.  Today was ‘Aspiration Day’. A special thank you to all of the visitors who came to school to talk to the children about their career. Miss Fraiser, Sarah House, Julie Holman, Chief Petty Officer Whitehead, Chief Petty Officer Mullett, Sonja Hellier, Rob Loxton and Mr Smith all came and enlightened the children about their profession. We covered veterinary, navy, music, the emergency services and we even had a farrier perform a live demonstration! It was lovely to see the children exploring the skills and attributes that are required to fulfil various different professions and careers. Thank you parents and carers for supporting the children prepare for this day and raise money towards our charity for the year to rebuild a school in Nepal.   Categories: 1 CategorySchool News
A Message from Gareth Nation Posted on: 2/02/2018

A Message from Gareth Nation

A massive well done to all those who took part in Cyclo Cross, what a lovely opportunity for the children. Forest School will return to normal next week as there is no Cyclo Cross. Next Monday, it will be Tintagel South and next Wednesday will be Dartmouth class. On Wednesday of this week, Mrs Szarmach and her Forest School team took Tintagel North to Ham Hill for the day and planted trees with the Ham Hill rangers. What a fabulous job they did too! Well done to everyone involved and thank you to Mrs Szarmach for organising it all. A special thank you to Mrs Paget who dedicated her morning to supporting the children in their adventure. In total, they planted 100 trees!    I’d also like to thank all of the staff who have worked with Tintagel South in Mrs Legg’s absence. Mr Penn has done a wonderful job over the past few weeks and, along with Mrs Seaby, Mrs Downes, Mrs Staniland, Mrs Chant, Mrs Morris and Miss Fallon (one of our students) they’ve all ensured consistency for the children. Well done team! We welcome Mrs Legg with open arms next week. It has been lovely to see parents at Tiny Turrets Stay and Play sessions this week, don’t forget there is another session on Monday at 9am. Next Thursday we have our Star Gazing Evening, it was a huge success last year and we welcome back a familiar face this year (Mr Handscomb!). Please see our Facebook page for further details. It will be a wonderful evening so please come along - Mr Penn has been in touch with the Met Office for up-to-date knowledge of cloud coverage!   Next Friday, we will be having a ‘drop everything and read’ day so please ensure your child/children bring a book of their choice to school. There will be a drum every so often throughout the day where everyone (including staff) will stop what they’re doing and read. Also, don’t forget to send in your photos of ‘extreme reading’ for the class displays - thanks to those of you who’ve sent them in already. Finally, thank you to all children, parents and staff at Castle for making the first half of Spring Term such a successful one. Gareth Nation, Head of School  Categories: 1 CategorySchool News

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