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26/05/23

Squirrel class had a Victorian topic day. Candles, bookmarks, bread, button moulds, herbal bags and initial handkerchiefs are just some of the things they got to make!! 😁 pic.twitter.com/IOt9txcHbO

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26/05/23

Rabbit class having an end of Summer 1 treat whilst enjoying the ☀️ pic.twitter.com/ELfTBEF6jk

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26/05/23

Pheasant class playing with the magnet games they designed and made 🤩 pic.twitter.com/37WJElSLGc

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26/05/23

Dragonfly class had a wonderful drumming workshop today! pic.twitter.com/bwX3v1YaBH

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26/05/23

Science lesson in Badger class this week. Using a thermometer to check the temperature. pic.twitter.com/UlYRuXwn1q

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26/05/23

After a very hot, fun rounders tournament. Our fabulous team batted and fielded exceptionally and came in 4th place. Well done to everyone, you really know the meaning of teamwork 👏🏻⚾️🏆 pic.twitter.com/NQTG84syM7

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26/05/23

📢 Breakfast Club is now Available!🥣 Cereal, Toast and refreshments available🕒 7:30am - 8:30am Monday - Friday💳 £3 per pupil📄 To find out more, visit our website:https://t.co/Pm9N7Y9qlV pic.twitter.com/jKjA7mJHtM

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25/05/23

📢 Breakfast Club is now Available!🥣 Cereal, Toast and refreshments available🕒 7:30am - 8:30am Monday - Friday💳 £2.50 per pupil📄 To find out more, visit our website: https://t.co/CamZptWTrc pic.twitter.com/GT569hKHkk

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24/05/23

Rabbit class demonstrating our school value of pic.twitter.com/qToay2Fmdn

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24/05/23

Dragonfly class were investigating irreversible change in Science today. pic.twitter.com/qL0aJvzq9Y

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21/05/23

Friday Year’s 4,5 & 6 took part in a netball tournament. They were absolutely incredible they scored lots of goals and defended many more. We are so proud of you all, well done 😀👏🏻👏🏻. pic.twitter.com/CsQRIAd24y

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21/05/23

Pheasant class had a ‘Rosa Parks’ workshop today as part of their topic work. pic.twitter.com/3SVU0aKiNJ

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17/05/23

Squirrel class were on a wild plant hunt during their science lesson today🌱 pic.twitter.com/kPWHdMudig

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17/05/23

Rabbit class enjoying the ☀️ pic.twitter.com/svb4hInBuo

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17/05/23

Pheasants learning to tell the 🕰️ pic.twitter.com/DT4ScCXRtf

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15/05/23

What a super day in Squirrel class, the children levelled up some sentences based on The Smartest Giant in Town. The children produced some amazing sentences 🥰 pic.twitter.com/1UHO4s276o

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15/05/23

What a busy PE lesson today… Our gorgeous Rabbit class ran the daily mile, practiced their races for sports day and then experimented with some PE equipment! pic.twitter.com/wMJEvXxaps

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15/05/23

Badger class visited Mountfitchet castle today as part of their topic work 🏰 pic.twitter.com/aP1dteQGCI

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12/05/23

Owl class relaxing after working hard all week! pic.twitter.com/QM1wshZzpM

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12/05/23

Squirrels investigating halves and quarters. pic.twitter.com/iIPLNUjh4k

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DfE charter

Our school has signed up to the DfE's Wellbeing charter and we actively prioritise the wellbeing of our staff team. We are proud to have signed up for the Wellbeing Charter and we will continuously review this to ensure that we are covering all eleven areas of the charter in our staff wellbeing work.

We have a Staff Working Group, consisting of members from different teams across the academy aswell as a dedicated governor for staff wellbeing, which meets every term.

We regularly consult our staff, both formally and informally, to gather their thoughts and feelings on all aspects their working environment. We give them frequent opportunities to ask questions, share their views and give feedback directly and confidentially. Governors and senior leadership are committed to listening to what our staff say and doing everything possible to promote a culture of open communication and wellbeing throughout our school.

Staff are encouraged to make the most of a range of wellbeing resources and training, both internal and external, and a respectful working environment is maintained throughout our school. Workload is carefully monitored to ensure staff are supported and can thrive personally as well as professionally.

In our recent Ofsted (05 05 22) the inspectors appreciated the work that the staff and governors go to in order to support wellbeing and workload
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