Hi, it's Ellenor, one of your school ambassadors. This week, in our blog, I am talking about how Mr Duffy (a Director from the Shaw Education Trust) came in last Friday to look at how the school is doing with their safeguarding.
Class 4's blog
Hi, it's us again - Ellenor and Adam, your ambassadors. Today we are going to be talking to you about the changes to our guided reading sessions. At the start of December, we were visited by directors at The Shaw Education Trust to do a health check on our school to help us to continue to improve. One of the small changes we have made as a result is to help us develop our fluency in Reading.
A Message from our Ambassadors
One of the responsibilities that our ambassadors, Adam and Ellenor, have is to know about our school and the priorities we are working on in order to improve. Pupil voice is an exceptionally important part of our development, because everything we do is aimed at providing our children with the very best education so that they can exceed their potential.
Our Behaviour mentors (Ben, Freya and Alice), have been appointed to promoted positive learning behaviours across the school. Their role involves encouraging others to be successful - both personally and academically. At the Meadows, we want our children to embody our 'Secrets of Success' in order to do this. We want them to: work hard, improve, concentrate, push themselves, understand others, not give up, try new things, imagine, compete and stay safe.