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What a busy week...

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School has been a buzz this week with lots of exciting learning opportunities. We have shared our school community with a number of visitors — the Secretary of State; Cheshire East Councillors; the new Crewe and Nantwich Conservative Candidate; CDAT Education Effectiveness Officer — all of who have commented on the enthusiasm and engagement for learning; the eagerness of the children to share the challenges they were trying to solve and the thirst for trying their best; the children's politeness and the calm, purposeful environment were seen throughout school.

Our new children in Preschool and Reception have all settled well — they are already showing engagement with their learning and there is an excited chatter between them as they go about their learning jobs. They are always eager to share with visitors to their classrooms. We have some new faces in other classes across school too, it is lovely to see them making new friends and becoming part of the Wybunbury team.

I encourage you all to read the weekly class news, you can find out about all the amazing things which happen in our school and sometimes photographs too!

This week has seen the first of our class worships too — Year 6 led worship based around the R of our curriculum driver SPARK. R is for resilience and they used their recent experiences at PGL to help understand the importance of resilience. Thank you to everyone who joined us, Mrs B and Year 6 for leading us.

The final TT Rockstar house team battle was closely fought over last weekend — just 29 points difference between Greens 11174 and Yellows 11145 — that is just 3 questions in the studio!! Certificates have been given to the top 3 contributors for each house colour. The Red verses Blue battle finished with Red 3369 points and Blues 8581 points! Well done to everyone who helped their teams! Coming next are the class battles! A weekend off this week though!
The first Bingo Board has been completed! Harry in Year 2 has completed all the challenges set — well done! Miss McCurrie has introduced the bingo board to provide writing challenges for homework.

OOSC are loving their new home and the children are enjoying the activities on offer. They have created themselves a giant loom band challenge. They have high expectations! They want to beat the loom band world record. I thought a challenge would be to make one as long as the height of Wybunbury Tower (96ft) but that was soon done!! Watch this space!

Y6 are taking their roles and responsibilities very seriously and are already making an impact around school — our first fundraiser has started this week; the Eco team are working with our caretaker to look at how litter can be reduced outside; school council have been armed with clipboards and have been making notes about strengths and improvements to consider.

Another busy week to come! Tuesday, Academy photographers are with us. Thursday sees us celebrate Harvest in Year 1-6 — further details can be found on the calendar. We will once again be collecting donations for the Nantwich Food Bank. If you can support Year 4-6 by walking to church with us, it would be appreciate — please meet in the conservatory at 10am. Reception families will be participating in Messy Church on Friday morning.

This week will be Mr Charlesworth's last week with us, as many of you are aware, he also has his own gym business and he needs his time, energy and focus to be with this. He has made a difference to sport at Wybunbury and we thank him for the commitment he has shown. We wish him well! We are in the process of appointing a new sports coach — details to follow at the end of the week.

I wish you all a relaxing and fun filled weekend
Mrs Chesters

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