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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24.6.22 Jo Kervick, Governor

Last term, Kiran Dhanjal monitored PHSE. She observed lessons in Years 1, 3 and 5. Feedback was given to class teachers and Kiran identified some questions to consider. How do children apply what they have learnt? How do you know children have achieved the learning objective? How do we evidence leaning in PHSE? Are we … Continue reading 24.6.22 Jo Kervick, Governor

16.6.22 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors

On Thursday 16th June the three governors who are responsible for monitoring English spent the day in school with Mrs Buttress. We were engaged in a number of activities during the day including observing lessons, speaking to a group of pupils, discussing data and reflecting on what we had observed. This was done to ensure … Continue reading 16.6.22 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors

9.6.22 Sue Blakeway, Vice Chair of Governors

It was a pleasure to visit the school on 25th May. As always, I was inspired by the work that takes place, committed staff teaching hardworking, enthusiastic children. It is a privilege to see the school at work. Mathematics Hannah Darko, fellow governor, and I met with Lorna Dermody to discuss progress in mathematics. We … Continue reading 9.6.22 Sue Blakeway, Vice Chair of Governors

6.6.22 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors

It was a great relief, when I visited school on Monday 6th, to find a cheerful group of builders working on the new building for our Focus Provision for deaf pupils. This building has taken a long time to get underway. Our meetings with architects and the Local Authority started back in 2020 with a … Continue reading 6.6.22 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors

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

Events

  • Drumming lessons
    28th Jun 2022 4:00 pm
  • Dance club
    1st Jul 2022 4:30 pm
  • Nathan’s Parent Fitness Class
    4th Jul 2022 9:00 am

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