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December 2021

  • Dream catcher Mark Lewis

    Published 13/12/21

    Today we had a dream catcher assembly with Mr Lewis, who is the headteacher at The Thomas Alleynes Secondary School. He also works closely with our school. He explained to us that being a Head Teacher is not just about sitting around in a dull office doing nothing, he told us that all his days are different and exciting. For example, he and students have been on a number of trips to different areas in different countries- Russia, France/Paris and Greece.

    Mr Lewis was born in Stevenage, but grew up in Biggleswade, as a child. When Mr Lewis  was a child he went to Lodge Farm Primary school and Highfield secondary school. Also, when he was younger he wanted to be a history teacher and journalist. As he wanted to be a history teacher he had to study all subjects at school. He told us that he loves his job and couldn’t ask for a better one. 

    He left the children with a nugget of wisdom which was,‘Have a go at everything and be courageous’.


    Written by Yasmin Bell

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  • Lawson Trio Classical music Concert

    Published 07/12/21

    Key Stage 2 classes experienced a Piano Trio last week in school. The children from Upper and Lower Key Stage 2 enjoyed listening to a variety of classical pieces of music from composers who were still alive. The Lawson Trio performed a variety of songs to the children, highlighting the different instruments that were on show: the piano, violin and double bass.  The musicians worked hard to engage the children and teach them about each instrument as well as lots of key vocabulary. They encouraged the children to create stories in their mind from the pieces and discuss how it made them feel and what parts of the music made them feel this way.

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