The Governing Body is looking for new governors. We are seeking people who are committed to improving education for all pupils, willing to learn, committed to the school’s vision and ethos and who able to work as a team and take collective responsibilities for decisions. Governors don’t have to be parents or involved in education as full training and support will be provided. We currently have vacancies for people with knowledge of finance, performance management / HR, facilities management or early years education. It’s important that we have a balance of parents and non parents on our governing body, so if you are interested in becoming a governor yourself or know a friend, colleague or neighbour who you think might fit the bill, we’d love to hear from you. Please email email@example.com to arrange an initial chat. Click here to find out more details about what governors do.
As part of their fascinating topic, ‘How has Cambridge changed?’, the children in our Y1 classes, Scarlet and Crimson, spent their time, recently, being intrepid explorers and navigators.
They were set a number of geographical challenges as they made their way round the historical city of Cambridge. The children followed directions and found lots of interesting and famous landmarks throughout the city. They also visited Great St Mary’s Church, where they learnt about the history of the city, including the market square, as well as climbing the 123 step tower to see a magnificent view of the city!