Guidelines for on-line usage time for your child.
Please see the enclosed link below for advice and guidelines on on-line usage and screen times.
We aim to give children a sense of confidence and belief in their own unique abilities. That’s why we’ve designed our curriculum to be as practical, creative and inspiring as possible. Every achievement is celebrated, no matter how small.
We feel a deep responsibility to nurture happy, responsible and confident young people of faith and values.
As a church Academy, we provide a Christian ethos that infuses the wider Academy community. Our teaching and reflection times focus on developing a strong culture of care, respect and empathy for one another.
Mrs Havbro and Miss Sadler made a life changing visit to Sierra Leone in February. During their visit they worked with the teachers at Grafton Baptist School to develop their teaching strategies through a ‘critical thinking’ project. While they were there the British Council filmed them. Take a look at the film on the link below.
Mr Dangidi will be visiting our school at the end of the term.
British council Sierra Leone film
h2.Our SIAMs inspection took place in March 2017.
Purpose and focus of SIAMS inspections
The principal objective of SIAMS inspection is to evaluate the distinctiveness and effectiveness of the school as a church school, and how well the distinctive Christian character and ethos of the school ensure the development and achievement of the whole child or young person.
Please read the whole report here if you wish:
Our golfers have made it to the final at the K2 at Crawley!
Performance to parents. 2.30pm
Another chance to bring your child in to familiarize themselves with the staff and the classroom. This is also a chance to make early friends with some of the other children.
Children will be left to play. Whilst parents attend a short meeting regarding the allocation of classes, expectations and start dates and the readiness for school.