Headteacher's Blog

 Wednesday, Sept 21st, 2017

Good afternoon,

Great news! The lockers have been sorted.   Children have their new locker from the KS3 team. There are a few to pair up tomorrow still.  Thanks to all the KS3 pupils for being so patient.

Amazing fundraisers and super fit warriors into the bargain! Eleanor, Carmen, Freya and Katie took part in a Split Triathlon recently. in doing so, they raised £308 for Cancer Research. A marvellous acheivement.  We are very proud of them.

Met with Mr. Wood and Mr. Langley today to talk about the fun days that they are planning for later in the term/year.  House Day is always a big hit and Mr. Wood is keen to plan the first of our enrichment days.  We feel that these a lot to our curriculum.  We are going to organise the children into groups of 6 ,7 & 8s this year.  More to announce soon.

School of Rock rocks! Mrs. Sadler is so excited about the progress of the cast and is running around school singing numbers from the hit show! Less than 2 months now until they all take the stage.  Put the 13th and 14th of December in your diaries.  She's taking all the credit for the inspired casting of Ajay - we think he has to take some of the credit, too.  Another talented all-rounder from our school.

I have to make a plea to the school community to assist us in making the front of school as safe as possible.  The Worcester road is very busy and the bus bay particularly so.  We would appreciate if parents and carers did not use the bus bay to drop children off, especially between 8am and 8:15am.  We have had to ask for the Wychavon Parking Team to support us today, such was the congestion.  The safety of the pupils is of paramount importance to us all, I'm sure.                                                                                    

Our school supports the training of teachers and we will soon be advertising for the next round. This is a brilliant system, very well led by Mr. Clabbon,  that allows 'new blood' in school as well as helping adult students to hone their skills.

Nick Pullan

Quote of the week: "By perseverence, the snail reached the ark." Charles Spurgeon.

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Mission Statement.

We, the pupils, staff and governors, of St Egwin's C.E. Middle School, endeavour to create and maintain a happy, caring and purposeful ethos where relationships are based on respect in a fair and inclusive community. Everyone has the right to feel safe and valued for the person they are.

It is our belief that pupils want to learn, know how to learn and should be able to tackle new challenges with confidence and enthusiasm. Pupils are consulted and involved in decisions through the school council, pupil forum and eco-council. We regard the social, emotional and spiritual development of children to be at the core of our daily responsibilities. As a Church of England school, we strive to live according to Christian principles, fostering in the young tolerance, forgiveness and love. Creativity in all its guises is celebrated. To maximise potential and for everyone to enjoy success is our ultimate goal.

We are committed to providing the best facilities and resources possible. We embrace new technologies but also value enduring, traditional approaches. We take pride in our school environment as both a learning resource and a pleasant place to spend time with friends and colleagues.  

At St Egwin’s C.E. Middle School, it is important to us that our pupils become healthy, responsible citizens of the twenty-first century. We seek to work collaboratively with parents and to be fully involved in the community of our town and the wider global community, understanding the faiths, cultures and needs of others. 

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