World Cup woe trumped by sports' successes and national recognition.
Phew! What an emotional rollercoaster of a week. We nearly made it...again! We can all dream that one day England will get their hands on the World Cup trophy once more.
Thankfully, school events have cheered us all up. Sports' Day was fabulous; we saw some amazing individual achievements, as well as some worthy team performances. Well done to all pupils that took part and a massive thank you to staff and spectators for making the event the success it was.
On the same day, seven of our Caring Crusaders travelled to Birmingham to receive the National Diana Award. This highlighted our impeccable behaviour, strong nurturing ethos and a caring, Christian nature for one another. Well done to the pupils for being awarded this accolade.
Attendance was won by Year 5 with 98.70% - well done guys. Only Year 3 and Year 6 fell below the expected county target of 95%, with everyone else above it. Keep this going everyone.
Next week, we have the attendance award trip to the cinema and our Homefield University graduation. The first takes place on Monday 16th July, with the latter on Tuesday 17th July at 10AM at St. Nicholas' Church. Today, we fitted our robes on and rehearsed what the proceedings will be like. They really looked the part.
Have a great weekend!