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I can’t quite believe that we have reached the end of the academic year. What a year. In spite of the restrictions placed upon the school, I truly feel that the Prospect House community has come out stronger. I am so proud of how the children have persevered and now look forward to next year in eager anticipation as to what we can all achieve.
I would like to thank all the parents who have, together with the school, adapted to the many changes forced upon us. From the challenges of home schooling to the frustration of staggered timings, we have survived, and are certainly ready for normality in September.
To the staff, thank you so much for the hard work and commitment you have given to the school and the children. It is only through your exceptional efforts that we were able to adapt and change so quickly, no matter the situation.
For those who are leaving Prospect House at the end of this year, I would like to wish you all the very best for the future.
I hope that all have a wonderful summer
The pace has not slowed as Year 6 spent their last few days at PHS. On Tuesday night, once the heavens were all rained out, 6G put on an extraordinary final performance of the production of Shakespearean Star Wars: ‘Verily, A New Hope’. An epic three-hour saga later, the children still had the audience engaged. It was an impressive performance and demonstration of teamwork.
After a visit to the teachers’ pizzeria, where they made their own (rather stodgy) pizzas, the children delighted in their prize-giving ceremony. The awards were hotly contested as all our children have put in a Herculean effort this year. Congratulations to all award winners!
We are so very proud of everything our Year 6 pupils have achieved, not just in the last few weeks but throughout a tumultuous year. We wish them all the best for the future. Please do come back and visit!
May the Verse be with you.
On Wednesday, the children in the Upper School took part in the A-Life Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshop. There were many interactive stations where they learnt all about the five ways to wellbeing through the acronym ‘Get CALM’. Each activity enabled the children to learn more about their own wellbeing and identify ways to implement these in their own lives. The stations ranged from learning how to take notice of the world around them using their senses to taking part in an “escape room” problem solving task. As well as gaining a better understanding of their own mental health and how their brains work, great fun was had by all. The children impressed their teachers with their teamwork and eagerness to get involved.
Shiver me timbers; what a treasure of a week we have had! The crew have been busy making their own healthy sea creature fruit snacks, making dazzling jewellery and loot! The whole of Reception joined together for an undersea dance in their amazing sea costumes.
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M K Hodge 9 July 2021