This morning's House Point assemblies helped to celebrate the half term's value of independence and helped to emphasise how an individual's hard work, determination and ability to make the right choices can have a positive impact on not only themselves but other people around them and the school as a whole, perfectly exemplified by the whole school platinum jubilee celebrations and events.
Year 5 and 6 pupils who entered the King Henry VIII school art competition also received their well deserved certificates with two pupils, Tanushree and Shreya, given special prizes for their fabulous efforts. All their entries have been displayed around school for everyone to enjoy and admire.
Certificates were also given to Maples (Y6), Sparrows (Y3) and Rabbits (Y2) for their attendance achievements this term too.
Finally, the Greswold House competition leader board is getting very exciting as St Patrick's accumulated the most points this half term meaning they're now only one point behind leaders, St George's.