Global Difficulties Midterm Essay
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Congratulations to this weeks cup winners in KS1 and KS2.
Also, to Lily for her super reading and Lucy, Libby, Megan, Lucie and Kate (netball). This week, the winners of the PE cup were Linnets (KS1) and Puffins and Curlews (KS2) and the class cup went to Puffins.
This week Owls and Kestrels were lucky enough to have a visit from Simon Ould’s Space Odyssey. Chris Hadfield’s version of Space Oddity played as the children entered the dome where they were taken on a virtual tour of the International Space Station as well as a whirl wind trip around our solar system and beyond.
A warm welcome to our new Foundation children who started school this September.
Congratulations to the cup winners in KS1 and KS2.
Also, a big ‘well done’ to Libby, Millie and Dexter for reading six books from the library over the summer break.
Human population AGEING
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Thank you for all your support and for following the school blog over the last few years. I hope that the posts and photos have brought as much pleasure to you as I have had doing them. I will continue to “check in” and see what everyone at Stowford is up to.
Last week we said goodbye to an amazing and talented Year 6, who excelled in the classroom, the playground, on the stage and on the sports field. Thank you to all of you for all of your effort and contributions over the years and good luck as you move on to the next stage of your educational journey.
Children and staff at Stowford School said goodbye to Helen Tipping this week, as she moves on to a new role, after leading the school for 11 years.
At a special assembly to mark her leaving, Mrs Tipping was presented with a special card, created by children and staff throughout the school featuring portraits of her by everyone. The children had also decorated letters to spell out “Stowford School” that she can display in her new office. Her final gift was a unique framed picture which showed all the birds that the classes are named after.
Mrs Tipping, who is leaving to take on the Executive Primary Principal role in the new Multi Academy Trust, had a gift of her own to present and gave the school a portable shelter that can be used on trips and at sporting events.
Deputy Head, Sue Williams, said, “Helen’s impact on the school has been immense and she leaves behind “big boots” to fill. From her relentless commitment to raising standards to her introduction of new, exciting initiatives, such as focus on improving play and Philosophy for children, she has led the school with passion, dedication and desire to make Stowford the “best it can possibly be”. She will be much missed by pupils, staff and parents, although we are delighted that her new role means that she will still maintain strong links with the school.”
A huge congratulations to Summer who, last weekend, became the U9s British National Champion in Irish Dancing. She now goes on to compete in the European Championships.