It Could be a Scorcher
Forecasters are predicting a scorching hot week in the South with some heat reaching us by Wednesday. Whilst it is wonderful to feel and see the sun, we have had so little of it this year that we can all take two simple precautions to stay sun safe.
Today I have a very good friend visiting our school and talking to some of the children. It is Sister Francis Anne, a Church of England nun who is originally from the glorious Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos, formally from Walsingham and now lives in Chiswick. I know that Years 4 and 5 are to ask her some questions about life as a nun but I am sure they will find she is as fun loving as the rest of us! Welcome Sister Francis Anne.
On Thursday morning several of our teachers will be absent. Throughout the past year they have been undertaking action research to discover ways to further improve teaching and will be presenting their findings to teachers from other schools. We intend to become and Action Research school as a way of making teaching and learning even better at Seaburn Dene so other staff will be posing a question and researching it next year. Mr. Howe will be explaining part of his findings at the Meet and Greet in September.