Twickenham Class Performance

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"Bone-afide" Performance

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Last year we piloted a new scheme to give children from each class the opportunity to show their parents and carers exactly what they are learning during their school day.

This has proved a huge success, not only with positive feedback from parents enjoying seeing what their children have been getting up to at school, but also because we have seen an increase in pupils confidence and self esteem.

This week, Parents and Carers from Twickenham Class, came into school to meet GANF staff and watch a performance from their child’s class.

The pupils showed parents all about what they have been learning so far this term. They impressed with individual Literacy Presentations that they had put together themselves and performed a Science sing-song. Parents were even lucky enough to watch a musical performance relating to the Biology Topic and the children showed off their knowledge of the medical names for all the bones in the human body!

It was a wonderful morning and the parents/carers were thrilled to get an insight into the school day.

Parent, Mrs West said, “I felt very proud of all the children. It took a lot of courage for them to stand alone and speak but they were all amazing. I was especially proud of my own daughter, for starting the performance off!" 

This scheme is being rolled out across the whole Fellowship and we aim to run three class presentations every half term. So look out for your child’s class presentation in the near future!

We look forward to welcoming you into school very soon…..