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September 2016

  • What did you think?

    Published 28/09/16

    Did you come to our Growth Mindset day? Please give us some feedback. You can do this using the new feature on our website - just go to the 'Parents' section and choose 'feedback'. Alternatively, just put a comment in our feedback box which is in the main entrance area at school. We thank you for your comments.

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  • Setting Our Bubbles Free!

    Published 25/09/16

    The school held a wonderful Growth Mindset day on Tuesday which ended with a big finale where all of the children and parents 'set their bubbles free'. Everyone in the school wrote a wish and said it as they released their balloon - the wishes were all based on having a Growth Mindset. At the same time as starting their wish, everyone was releasing all of their worries. It was a great day where lots of fun was had by all.

    During the morning, every child had written a story where the moral was based on one of our whole-school learning behaviours. These stories will be published to make a Growth Mindset book. We also held a whole-school assembly all about having a Growth Mindset. In the afternoon, we had over 80 families join us to work in our Houses and make a balloon and talk about what their wish could be. There was also training for all parents held in the hall which showed what a Growth Mindset is all about. Thank you to everyone who came and took part. Dont forget to 'keep your bubbles free'!

    To find out more about having a Growth Mindset please visit our Growth Mindset and Parent Support pages of this website.

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  • Roebuck's league campaign up and running!

    Published 16/09/16

    Roebuck played their first Football match of the season against a strong Round Diamond team.

    Five players made their full debuts for the team, as well as five players from last year, and they performed admirably. This was particularly evident in the first half, showing their work on passing and movement skills developed in training.

    The scoreline of 6-0 did put a dampener on a determined display but the team take away plenty of positives as well as pointers to improve in the future.

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