On 10th October, the whole school celebrated World Mental Health Day. We all dressed up in something yellow to mark the day. The children took part in many activities and discussions, including what makes us unique, how to talk about mental health to others, how to improve our mental health and who you can go to for help.

We would like to say a big ‘Hello’, to our new attendance mascot, Harold. Harold will visit classrooms in the school when they have great attendance. Children who improve their attendance will have a chance to visit Harold.

We have also been promoting good attendance with lights outside each classroom door. Every day the light will be turned to red, amber or green according to the attendance for the class. All of the classes are trying hard to be green every day and Harold is visiting them when they are green.

The pupils have voted for their new student ambassadors. The student ambassadors allow the pupils in school to have a say on many issues and make an impact on school life. This week they have already been thinking about ways to improve playtimes and lunchtimes.

Mrs Wood has chosen new reading ambassadors to support pupils throughout the school with reading. The reading ambassadors visited the beautiful, new reading shed which is located near the playground. The children will be using the reading shed to enjoy reading during lunchtime and playtime.