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Posted on: May 28th 2021

A message from Mr Nation

Judging by the weather, you wouldn't think it was May and that we are entering our final term of 2020-2021! 

With 7 weeks to go, we’re hopeful that annual school events will be able to run as per normal. This will depend upon the national lifting of different restrictions. We will communicate further details around Year 6 leavers, Sports Day etc. once we know more. There have been countless activities taking place over the last term including Bikeability, music (brass) lessons, trips to various places of interest linked to our Discovery project focusing on History, drumming workshops, Forest School and countless sporting activities. Every member of staff, visitors to the school and responsible adults from outside of Castle Primary have said how well the children have behaved and what a delight they have been to teach. The children are truly living out our school Vision and Values which is wonderful. 

Our Values Assemblies  have continued to focus on ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’. The children have demonstrated great empathy and understanding. They realise the importance of ‘acceptance’ in such a diverse world and have shown great maturity when discussing these matters. 

I hope you all have a lovely half term. 

 

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