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Knights Templar School by Jane Sperring
The new year at school has started with two new members of staff and another one due to start in October.
Mrs Laura Weaver is the new deputy head and Miss Alexandra Glenister is our new Year 4 teacher.
In October Mrs Samantha Coleman will be joining the office staff after Daphne Milton retired at the end of August. We pray that they will all settle in quickly at the school and that their many gifts will inspire the children's learning.
Some of the governors met with David Frowde, the head teacher, at the end of August to put into place dates for the year to monitor the children's work. This is of vital importance because as governors we need to see that the children are progressing as they go through the church year. In the past the dates were often set very late which resulted in some of us being unable to fulfil this vital duty.
I am going into school again to hear the children of Maple class read. This is always a delight and it is lovely to see the children's reading improve week by week.
Some more memories from the Year 4 leaver's service -
Izzy - The favourite memory I have from Knights Templar is when I went to Exmoor Zoo when I was in Mrs Bradford’s class. I really enjoyed seeing the Exmoor beast. It was a black jaguar in a clear glass cage and there was two of them – a male and a female. I also really enjoyed seeing the animals that were prey for other animals. I remember seeing a crane’s egg – it was huge. It was a bit scary when the bus broke down on a steep hill on the way there.
Niamh – My favourite thing we’ve done in swimming was when the whole class did team games. My favourite thing I’ve done in Oak Class was the egg experiment when the milk turned into slimy white jelly. We had to chuck it in the bin!
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