Even though we have had challenges this term, the school community has pulled together in true Mead spirit. The strength of the school's ethos of "Proud to Belong" has truly shone through. Everyone has worked very hard, and we have had a very busy term with lots of great learning taking place.
Nursery have had a visit from a Red Double Decker bus which they loved. Reception enjoyed a visit from the Surrey firefighters and their fire engine. Year one had a great day visiting Brooklands Museum and Year 2 had an interesting visit from a Polar explorer. We all enjoyed celebrating World Book day and a visit from the poet Coral Rumble.
All of these experiences ensure that the learning for our children is engaging, exciting and hands on, and we know that children learn and remember more when this happens.
We continue to look to the future and move forward knowing that there are many exciting things to come, in particular the partnership that we will have with the BET family of schools
Thank you for your continued support, we are lucky to have such a committed and supportive parent community.
I wish you and all of your families a very happy and safe Easter.
Please remember the children and adults are not permitted to ride scooters or bikes in the playground for safety reasons. The scooter and bike racks are next to the year one classrooms where you are very welcome to leave them.
To end the autumn term, the whole school worked on a shared reading and writing project based on Nick Sharratt’s new picture book “Oh No! Shark in the Snow!” To start off the event Nick Sharratt visited our school virtually. He read to the children “Oh No! Shark in the Snow...