Our Chair of Governors, Lesley Lyon, would like to remind all parents that abuse of our staff will absolutely not be tolerated. We all have the right to come to school and be happy and safe, so any abuse will be taken seriously and the police will be contacted, if necessary.

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Martin Smith, Joint Vice Chair of Governors, 26.5.22

In my role as school governor and the lead for the Cultural Rucksack programme in the City I visited the Mellers Primary school, earlier this year, to discuss how the School might become more involved with the Cultural Rucksack programme in Nottingham. This programme has been established to improve the relationship between City schools and … Continue reading Martin Smith, Joint Vice Chair of Governors, 26.5.22

Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors, 28.4.22

It is some time since we wrote on the blog and that is because for the last couple of years the governors have been extremely busy with preparing the ground for the formal federation with Nottingham Nursery School. As many of you will know Mrs Patel has been spending time at the nursery, supporting with … Continue reading Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors, 28.4.22

Teeny Reid, 15.12.21

PE monitoring:  I spoke with Mr Nottingham about PE across the whole school. He told me that a new skills based curriculum that focusses on skills that can be applied to a range of sports has been introduced. There are two specialist PE teachers. Nathen Walters for KS1 and KS2 and Emma Leake in early … Continue reading Teeny Reid, 15.12.21

Sue Blakeway, Vice Chair of Governors, 6.12.21

As part of the governor monitoring week, I met with five subject leaders. We discussed the development of each curriculum area, the progress of the children and considered strengths and areas for development. Art During our meeting on 30th November, Miss Bird, subject lead for art, explained that her main focus for the year is … Continue reading Sue Blakeway, Vice Chair of Governors, 6.12.21

Carol McCrone, Vice Chair of Governors, 6.12.21

KS1 monitoring As part of Governors’ monitoring week, Mrs Martin and I met to catch up on the great work in Key Stage 1 (KS1). She explained the hard work that the teachers had put in to reduce the impact of COVID on children’s learning. The KS1 staff are supporting children to catch up and … Continue reading Carol McCrone, Vice Chair of Governors, 6.12.21

Events

  • Nathan’s Parent Fitness Class
    30th May 2022 9:00 am
  • Drumming lessons
    31st May 2022 4:00 pm
  • Dance club
    3rd Jun 2022 4:30 pm

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