How lovely it was to drive to school this morning after a half term rest without having to de-ice the car! Not only that, but it was also already light as I set off on my journey which reminded me why I particularly love this half of term leading up to Easter. One notices a subtle change in mood as the days begin to lengthen, the first buds appear on the trees and colour enters the world in the wonderful displays of daffodils already beginning to line the roads. For the children, one notices happier moods at playtimes as they are not so weighed down with a multitude of hats, gloves, scarves and double coats. This also transfers into the classroom as it is always during this half of term the children really begin to bloom in their learning. It is almost possible to see all previous learning ‘click’ as the children make connections and everything comes together with results that always astonish, astound and deliver an enormous sense of pride to the teachers who have been nurturing these seeds of learning since they began guiding the children’s journeys in September. I’m looking forward to a fruitful and happy half term!
Nursery 2 Enjoy a Frosty Morning Walk
15 January 2018
Weekly Boarding at King's Hall
12 January 2018
Primary School Pupils Welcomed to Our Tomato Challenge!
1 January 2018
King's Hall Pupils Bring Christmas Sparkle to Local Children
31 December 2017
King's Hall Athletes Sprint to Success at Biathlon Championships
29 December 2017