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Entry#3 25/08/2023

Dear Parents and Children,


With a week or so to go I've had an idea. We'd like to create a display in the hall encapsulating the summer holidays. All we need is ONE beautiful photo that sums up your summer. 


All photos shared through the admin office will be considered for the display. 


Here's mine!


Take care everyone and many thanks.


Mr Osmond

Entry #2 18/08/2023


Hello everyone,


I hope you are continuing to enjoy a wonderful summer holiday. The weather appears to have improved since I last contacted you and looks set fair for the remainder of the holiday, so that's good isn't it. 


Did you manage to watch and enjoy the England Women's Football Team victory over Australia on Wednesday morning? It was a fantastic game of football, with both teams giving their all in front of a crowd of some 75,000 people. 

The England players were magnificent. Keeping up their high levels of intensity and fitness throughout the game, so much so that when Alessia Russo scored that breakaway third goal in the 86th minute, I jumped off the sofa and split my coffee!


They really do have all the qualities of a successful team, they back each other up, look out for one another and respect their wonderful manager, Sarina Wiegman. 


Our school Values of Love, Courage and Trust have definitely been needed in England's run up to the final, let's hope that they can take that last successful step on Sunday and win The World Cup for England for the first time in 57 years!


I'll be in touch again next week, stay safe and enjoy the sunshine.


Mr Osmond

Entry #1 04/08/2023


Dear all,

Firstly, I hope you are all having a lovely summer holiday despite the unseasonal weather. 


We thought we'd create a BLOG so that I could touch base with you all and send encouraging messages in the lead up to the next academic year. As we draw closer to September, I'll increase the frequency of these messages and I may even drop in a few learning incentives because a six/seven-week holiday is a long time, and you never know, you might run out of things to do!


For now, though, I wish you well, stay safe and remember fun learning can take place whatever the weather, so throw on a mac, take an umbrella and occasionally brave the elements. Alternatively, if it's pouring down, cosy up with a good book or watch a favourite film!


Kind regards,

Mr Osmond