This year we have extended our work across two weeks. Our assembly was delayed due to an important visitor in school, but our pupil leaders have been working with Mr Bates to plan this. They were amazing ambassadors for our school on Thursday and, although our report will not be issued for a while, I know our children were impressive. This is testament to the community we are and everyone’s drive and determination to instil our key values of care, respect and consideration – caring for everyone and everything, showing good manners at all times and making decisions with thought and care.
This year we have linked our work around these ideas to Romeo and Juliet and the relationships the play explores. The play begins with a fight between rival families , and we all know it ends in tragedy. Along the way parent and child relationships are explored , friendship and loyalty , grudge and revenge .
These are all relevant to the work we consistently do to foster positive attitudes in achool and our behaviour policy. Each day starts anew to give children the chance to modify their actions and offer new perspectives. We usually have positive experiences and relationships than negative in life and that is what we seek to reflect across school .Our recent pupil questionnaire supports this.
Wr look forward to sharing our RSC work wider next week- hope you can make it!