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Headteacher's News December 2017Download PDF

Dangerous Driving

A few parents and carers have mentioned their concerns about dangerous driving by our parents and commuters on the approach to, and outside, the school. 

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Data Protection

The school takes data protection very seriously and next year we will be providing simplified information about how current (and revised regulations) affect school life. 

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Security and safety

We are finalising security measures in order to prevent visitors entering the site without authorisation because we want to keep our children safe at all times. 

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Thank you for the fantastic response regarding the arrival of items (instruments, pencil cases, clothing) into school.

We are saving hours each week, enabling us to concentrate on teaching and learning and keeping the main entrance to the school secure. 

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The magic of a winter wonderland – awe and wonder

And finally. As we draw towards tonight’s Christmas disco and a number of seasonal events in the run up to the holidays, a huge thanks to our business manager, Ms Power, 

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As we feel the onset of winter, this is a good time to reflect upon the successes of the past term. A number of staff have settled into school and our new Reception children are confident and enthusiastic. We have enjoyed some exceptional assembly performances, visited various venues on school trips, heard the choir singing and the orchestra playing, and raised our expectations of what we hope to achieve. The charitable work – led by pupils – has been rewarding and PTA events have (and will be tonight) an enjoyable aspect of children’s whole experience at Montpelier. During the term I have been reminded of many things, and two in particular. The compassion that so many in our school community have displayed for different reasons has served as an illustration of all that is still good in a world that can feel fragile from time to time. And our children! Today, I had my coat tugged, arm pulled, hand “high fived,” and my letter to a parent given a detailed critique, by 4 and 5 year olds - all because I dared to venture across the Reception playground at lunchtime. What a great school to be a part of.