Headmaster’s Roundup 21 September 2017


Having returned from an extremely successful trip to Snowdonia I am even more assured of the leadership qualities and team working strengths of our current Year 6 cohort. They impressed me with their resilience and determination to tackle new challenges, as well as developing a much deeper understanding of what individual, team and environmental well-being means. I know that they are going to be a great asset this year.

Well done to all the staff, parents and children who took part in Run Reigate on Sunday, raising money for great causes, especially for George and the Giant Pledge. More about this further on.

There have been some wonderful ‘Stunning Starts’ going on around the school including the Year 2 visit to Legoland, Year 4 flying off to India and Year 3 enjoying being statues in their Drama lesson.The school fixtures have also got off to a flying start with some very enjoyable and competitive games across the age ranges, including the U10s football tournament last Saturday.

I believe that everyone who attended the two informative curriculum evenings found them to be very helpful. Thank you for such a good turnout. It is great to know that we are all working in partnership to help the children reach their potential.

At the start of another academic year I would like to thank FOSMA for all they do to raise money and put on fantastic community events for the school. Do look out for the upcoming events including the AGM on September 28th at 7.45pm, the Quiz Night on October 5th and Fireworks on November 3rd.

This week we received a letter of thanks from the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity for the £2,449.15 raised through the Water Run organised by the School Council. Thank you again to everyone who was involved.

Marcus Culverwell

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