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Dear all the fantastically talented pupils at Neatishead, Salhouse and Fleggburgh,
First I must apologise for not writing to you for a while. The prime minister, Mr Johnson, has been keeping me very busy, giving me lots of jobs to do!
How are you all? It is half term this week so I do hope you are taking a rest from your home schooling routines. We have had some brilliant photographs and video clips of you hard at work. Science and PE look like favourite activities.
Science and Design Technology challenge alert!
How many uses can you come up with for using aluminum baking foil? I advised my daughter’s boyfriend to wrap his foot in some the other day! Can you guess why?
and why not have a PE challenge too…
Throw a ball in the air, lie down and get up in time to catch it!
I have been playing a lot of table tennis in the garden. We have a very wonky table tennis table which we have had for twenty years or more. You can never quite be sure which way the ball will bounce. I have played my son and it is about 200 games to him and 2 to me at the moment but I am getting better. Trouble is, he is too! What core value am I showing?
I continue to be a star at scrabble (even though I say it myself). But there has been some cheating to contend with from family members like hiding the letter ‘Q’ the other day. What core value are they not showing?
I have been keeping in touch with all the teachers and staff on Zoom or similar. I will be seeing some of them at school this week although we will be social distancing to keep everyone safe. They always talk about you all and are clearly missing you.
I keep promising myself that next time I contact you I will do so in a video. I must organise myself. You will see how wild and weird my hair has become. I would even let one of you cut it if you were allowed to ….. or thinking about it, maybe not!
Continue to keep yourselves safe, healthy and happy.
A message from the Headteacher
I feel very privileged to be the Executive Headteacher of Salhouse V.C. CofE Primary School; to be responsible for the school’s welfare, education and happiness is something I will never take for granted. Every decision that is made is for the benefit of all our children and this enthusiasm and vision is reflected in everything we do. We want Salhouse to be a happy and safe community where everyone enjoys a love of learning. Our Christian values of respect, responsibility, courage, compassion, trust and perseverance are at the heart of our school community.
“Soar on wings”
“They will soar on wings like eagles;
They will run and not grow weary,
They will walk and not be faint”
We often hear staff, parents and children say 'our school feels like a big family' which is a reflection of the cooperation, team spirit and acceptance that we seek to promote.
We really value high quality teaching and learning for children and are, therefore, keen to embrace new initiatives to encourage our children to put maximum effort in everything they do. We are proud of our curriculum that promotes inclusion and encourages creativity, recognising that children are individuals and respond differently to different tasks.
Our staff, governors, parents, carers and the wider community work in partnership to ensure that our children receive the best possible education, enabling them to develop academically, spiritually, emotionally, socially and morally.
Anti bullying Team
Deputy House Captains
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