Life at Springside - Headteacher's Blog

Promoting British Values

Through its curriculum, extra-curricular activities, teaching and learning, Springside Primary School will promote British values. By doing so, we will ensure that all learners understand the values that have traditionally underpinned British society. The teaching of these values will promote cohesiveness within our school and community. We will prepare pupils for life in England where the population has an increasingly rich diversity of backgrounds, origins, beliefs and cultures by promoting the values on which our society has been built. By teaching pupils these values we will help all to become good citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Christian Aid Week 2019

posted 17 May 2019, 06:42 by Gillian Thornicroft   [ updated 17 May 2019, 06:49 ]


This week we have been learning about christian Aid Week in assembly. We have looked at how they help refugees, people after disasters and world health. 

Before School Toast Club

posted 17 May 2019, 06:40 by Gillian Thornicroft   [ updated 17 May 2019, 06:56 ]


Toast will be on sale again as from Monday 20th May 8.30am until 8.50am in the hall. Money raised will be used to buy Year 6 an end of year production to perform for family members. 

SATs week 2019

posted 17 May 2019, 06:39 by Gillian Thornicroft   [ updated 17 May 2019, 06:57 ]



Well done to all children in Year 2 and Year 6 who have been sitting their SATs this week. 

Graduates of the Week - 9th May 2019

posted 11 May 2019, 08:06 by Gillian Thornicroft


Graduates of the Week - 2nd May 2019

posted 3 May 2019, 08:21 by Gillian Thornicroft


Children's Book Week

posted 3 May 2019, 08:16 by Gillian Thornicroft

As part of Children's Book Week this week, Reverend Thompson came into school to talk to us about the Bible in assembly. 


Graduates of the Week - 25th April 2019

posted 27 Apr 2019, 04:41 by Gillian Thornicroft


Values Afternoon - Pride

posted 27 Apr 2019, 04:37 by Gillian Thornicroft

This term, our Values Afternoon was based on Pride. Each class learnt about a different aspect of this value and then shared their learning in assembly. 
EYFS
EYFS children read 4 stories and they thought about what each character was proud of. They also thought about what they were proud of. 
Year 1
Year 1 children thought about how they could be proud of themselves and others. 
Year 2
Year 2 children thought about how everyone is different and everyone has something to be proud of. They embraced and celebrated differences. 
Year 3
Year 3 children wrote on Proud Clouds. They also read a story about an exclamation mark who wanted to be a full stop. The story taught them about how being different is something to be proud of. 
Year 4
Year 4 children thought about being proud of their school. They wrote poems about what is good about our school. They also thought about celebrity talents and about 'trolling'. People 'troll' others because they are jealous rather than celebrating other people's talents. 
Year 5
Year 5 children made a Proud Book. They shared their writing about how they were proud of themselves and other people. 
Year 6
Year 6 children learnt about Gay Pride and LGBT. They read a book about Harvey Milk and the origins of the Rainbow Flag. 




Easter Model Making Competition

posted 21 Apr 2019, 02:46 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well Done to everyone who entered the competition, your models were all wonderful! Here are pictures of the winners.








Easter Service in Church

posted 18 Apr 2019, 02:53 by Gillian Thornicroft

The Easter service in Church this week was lovely. Well done to year 5 for your lovely clear readings, year 2 for your Easter Poem and the rest of the school for your beautiful singing. As usual you all represented the school well and the parents gave lots of lovely feedback. 

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