Primary took part in a relay competition for the 2021 Red Nose Day, inspired by the One Show’s Big Red Nose Egg and Spoon race. We did this
for 30 minutes and everyone tried their very best.
Hazel class have created a lockdown display.
On our display we share all our lockdown achievements and hard work.
We shared stories such as ‘Whilst we can’t hug’ by Eoin Mclaughlin.
Discussed ways in which we could send love to our friends and family that we miss.
Talked about key workers and all their hard work.
Created rainbows and hearts in memory of all the people who suffer the effects of covid.
We were also inspired by Sir Captain Tom campaigning and decided to set up our very own class enterprise.
The latest LMI Bulletin has been published and is available here
In this week’s
- More civil service jobs announced for Darlington
- The BBC reports a shortage of Bouncers as clubs prepare to reopen
- The Apartment Group looking for new staff as it reopens its bars
- A labour market update
- Evaluation of the NE Gatsby Benchmarks pilot
- Maritime careers webinar
- Student finance eligibility 2021/2022
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Today Hazel class were learning about a famous Polish composer Frederico Chopin.
We listened to a piece of music he composed.
We discussed our likes and dislikes about the music before exploring the piano.
Hazel class then created their own piece of waltz music with 3 beats to a bar.
During Outdoor education 80 went prepared with litter pickers, gloves and refuse sacks to give the area a good tidy up and make it safer. During the lock down months areas have been neglected and started to become unsafe. Staff supported pupils to identify the risks that could occur if the area was left untouched and what could they do to manage the risk to make it safer for themselves and others to use. Staff also discussed how this was meaningful to them in PFA and the world of work to identify and manage risks in the workplace. In doing this the pupils made a positive contribution to our school community.
Good afternoon everybody
Croft will be having a remote Ofsted inspection tomorrow, the 18th March 2021 and as part of the process parents are invited to submit their views via the Ofsted portal. The full letter from Ofsted can be found here and there is also a link to their portal where you can submit your views.