What a diverse week it has been!
Today, saw a combination promoting two worthy causes Children in Need and Anti-Bullying. It was fabulous seeing everyone dressed up in sports' and spotty clothing. It was also amusing to see the entire school copying an aerobic routine with Joe Wicks, live, during collective worship. During break times , our pupils showed how important our ethos of family and friendship is by getting them to write kind words and messages to one another to highlight the Anti-Bullying drive.
This week we received our final SIAMS report with the top judgement of EXCELLENT. I know it is well deserved for all the hard work all stakeholders have put in since the last inspection. We have another five years before they return to work on even further improvements.
Attendance was won this week by Year 4 with another 100%. Well done to them. Only Year 6 attendance was below the 96% threshold.
Forty Cross-Country runners were taken to Bure Park to compete against other schools and didn't they do well. Not only did we all finish the course, but seven of the pupils across the four year groups qualified for the next phase of the competition at Holkham Hall. This was a very proud moment for Homefield, as we doubled last year's qualifiers. Thank you for all the parental support.
Next week, we have Bikeability for Year 6 pupils on Monday, then Caring Crusaders have training at Ormiston for the Diana Award and the football teams have several matches to play. I am so pleased pupils have even more opportunities to shine.
Have a great weekend!