Not exactly dawn - more like half past ten - but the threat was just as real. We had great fun snowballing during morning break - some of the children are pretty good shots - I was glad to hear the sound of the bell ringing (or was that my ears?)
The view from my office window this morning. Beautiful - but take care on the roads! YES - we ARE open.
Following my assembly on Monday - which included the poem 'Smiling is Infectious' - one of the Year Two pupils brought me a lovely poster she had made at home to display in school. It certainly brought a smile to MY face (and YOURS too I'll bet). THANK YOU!
Well - that was Monday! I've been in Year 4 and Year 6 today and thoroughly enjoyed myself - grammar, reading, Ancient Greeks and mathematics - not a bad mix! Speaking of mathematics - don't forget it's NSPCC Number Day on Friday!
We've just received a certificate from the Royal British Legion thanking us for our donation to the Poppy Appeal (see above). Last term, St Stephen's parents raised an amazing total of £1,700 for a range of charities including Macmillan, Children in Need, Mission Christmas and the Children's…
Mrs Faulkner and the 'Ethos Crew' delivered a wonderful assembly this morning to mark World Religion Day. Respect for different faiths and cultures is a key message that is reinforced in everything we do at Stephen's. The children did a great job - well done! Look out for the leaflet in your…
Actually - it was the BELL that stopped play - the children would have been quite happy to stay out all afternoon.
Come rain come shine - our pupils are always up for the Daily Mile. Well, MOST of them are - look closely and you'll spot a couple of them trying to blend in with the brick wall instead!