I’m rounding up 2019 with news of all the learning and excitement we’ve had at Spring Brook Lower throughout December.
Autumn is my favourite season of the year and I’m pleased to say that lots of our children have been experiencing the best it has to offer.
It’s been an incredibly busy week at Spring Brook Primary. I’ve been out nearly every day visiting yet more pupils who are keen to join us.
Our first full week of the year has been fantastic!
Mr Dec, our wonderful IT Technician, has got all of our iPads up and running and we are raring to go.
We have had a wonderful week at Heron Street this week, welcoming lots of new children! We have started with 38 primary age pupils, which is double the number we started with 4 years ago! We
I must start with apologies for not having published a blog for a few weeks…I don’t know where June has gone! The first two weeks, our Year 6 pupils spent in Wales – the first
Miss Thomason has an update for us on our Year 6s’ first full day in Wales..
One week left to go, where on earth has this half term gone!
Class 1 have had a varied week with some children doing their SATs, so it’s been different for them.
I don’t know where this week has gone because it doesn’t seem like two minutes ago that I was writing last week’s blog! We’ve had lots of visitors to Heron Street this week.
I think it’s fair to say that the whole MAT production of The Greatest Show has dominated our week and wow, what a belter it has been!!! My face literally aches from smiling and I’m all