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Headteacher’s Blog

Mrs Allen | Headteacher at the Federation of Rudham & Weasenham Church of England Primary Academys

Welcome to my Blog!

I aim to update this page as often as possible to keep you up-to-date with new and interesting information about both the schools within the Federation. Posts will consist of text, photos, samples of work and anything else newsworthy!

1606, 2017

Weasenham Sports Day

June 16th, 2017|

Having had to postpone the Sports Day from last week due to bad weather, we had the most amazing time on Thursday 15th June. The children all ran, skipped, jumped and juggled with their eggs and spoons for their races in the morning. The fun didn’t stop there – in the afternoon the Yr 6 children arranged activities to help fund their Leavers’ trip. This included throwing wet sponges at one of the Yr 6 children, beat the goalie and also a rounders match – including parents, staff and children.

We raised over £300 during the day . Well done and a massive THANK YOU to all involved and those who supported us.

1306, 2017

June 13th, 2017|

We are in the process of updating our Teaching for Learning Policy, it will be published on this site as soon as it has been agreed by the Governing Body.

1206, 2017

Sports evening at Rudham

June 12th, 2017|

Thank you to everyone who came to support the children on Friday night. We had an excellent evening of traditional sports. We had lots of fantastic comments from our parents such as – ‘This was the best year yet.’ ‘I loved the competitive nature of the sports evening.’ ‘What a great community feel to the evening.’ ‘It was Sportastic!’

Photos and more comments will be put up in school, please come and have a look. Thank you to the PFA for the BBQ and refreshments.

2203, 2017

March 22nd, 2017|

We are rapidly racing up to Easter. The children have had an enjoyable term. At the beginning of March a group of yr 3 and 4 children spent 3 days at Hilltop Outdoor Adventure Centre in Sheringham. All the children had so much fun, they went bug hunting in the woods, built their own campfires, lit them using flints and best of all got to toast marshmallows and drink hot chocolate. Other activities included the Super Swing, zip wire and Vertical Challenge.
As we get ready for the end of term, we will be holding our Rudham Celebration Assembly at the Village Hall on Friday 31st March at 9am and Weasenham Celebration Assembly at All Saints’ Church on 31st March at 1:30pm, please join us if you can. By the time we come back, we will be in full swing for the SAT’s assessments for those in yr 2 and yr 6. We will all be thinking of the children during this assessment time.
1411, 2016

Admissions Policy

November 14th, 2016|

Please see below a message from DNEAT regarding our Admissions Policy.

The Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) is standardising its Admissions Policy for all its primary academies to take effect from September 2018. There is a legal requirement to formally consult on any proposals and you are welcome to comment on this. The consultation window is 14th November 2016 to 8th January 2017. You will find the proposed policy on the academy’s and DNEAT’s website. Any comments should be sent to amelia.moy@dneat.org.

You will find this proposed policy under the Policies tab.

 

3009, 2016

September 30th, 2016|

Welcome back – it has been a very busy time since we returned from the Summer Break. We have welcomed 18 new Yr R to Rudham and 5 to Weasenham.

What a fantastic week we have had. Both schools have celebrated the Harvest in Church. The Harvest gifts of tins and packets will be sent to the Salvation Army for distribution across the local area.

Some of the children have also visited Houghton Hall ground to explore the outside area. We have been so lucky with the weather.

Children form each school have also taken part in the Cross Country event at Greshams. We are very proud of everyone who took part. Thanks to Mr Suswain for arranging for the children to go and all who transported them.

The attendance for this week is as follows:- RUDHAM = Eagle Owls – 97.89%, Snowy Owls – 95.22%, Barn Owls – 96.36% and Tawny Owls – 91.11%. WEASENHAM = Kingfishers – 89.41% and Robins – 97.22%.