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The first whole school assembly of the spring term began with me praising the children for their considered and respectful response to a number of Easter assemblies held in school led by the Rev Susan and other members of the clergy. We … Continue reading
Thank you to all parents able to support this weeks parents evenings. With your support we can achieve so much more! I’m off ro run my first 50 mile ultra run in ROTHERHAM in the morning. Monday could be interesting!!!!
PEARSON VISIT 220513 alan steer Wednesday was quite a day celebrating once again the achievement of Miss Carty in winning this prestigous award. Huge thanks to all the people who were able to say a few words on behalf of … Continue reading
Not long now until Year 6 sit their national SAT tests on the 13th May and as usual at Titchfield they are well prepared and up for the challenge! At the end of that week there might also be some … Continue reading
At the time of writing the children have been back in school a whole ten days and the summer holidays now seem a distant past as the school has settled down to learning quicker than ever it seems .Several changes … Continue reading
I had a great first day back after a relaxing easter in the main. Popped into school a few times to monitor progress to our bottom field and the pathways which I KNOW the parents appreciate because I was there … Continue reading
Came into school today as an Indian Prince/ Grandad and have been mistaken for ‘Wee Willy Winkle, Moses, Jesus and Ghandi which I suppose was far better than the chorus of ‘Mr B, WHAT ARE YOU????!!!’ Check out the photo album … Continue reading
A windswept rainy day in Devon didn’t dampen our fun!!
Overlooking the river Torridge this afternoon, from a wooden bridge above the river, our eagle eyed chidren spotted the spine of an animal glistening in the water. On closer inspection after retrieval from the water by myself we noticed that … Continue reading
Mid afternoon on a rainy wind swept winters day in Deepest Devon and year 6 have already tended to the donkeys and made their beds for the evening, let loose seven different breeds of chicken before breakfast, scooped several tons of … Continue reading