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Summer Term 2019
Hi all , we were invited into school assembly last Friday for “ The Lisburne School Garden Competition .” Each class had created a themed garden that was the result of all the children working very hard during maths week. They used all types of maths , weighing , measuring and counting to creatively design their gardens through lots of practical activities and trips to the garden centre . Joan our chair , had the very difficult job of helping to choose a winner ! It was lovely to see the whole school together in the hall and see a pupil from each class be awarded a star mathematician of the week certificate , and the children so delighted and applauding of their class friends achievement. Great team spirit
Spring term 2019 (2)
Hi everyone , it’s the second half of the spring term 2019 . we would like to say a big well done and thank you to the staff who swam the Lisburne school swimathon on the 23rd March and achieved a massive 137 lengths !! A big thank you for everyone who donated for more funds for school , it’s all greatly appreciated !
Spring term 2019 (1)
Hi everyone it’s the Spring 2019 Lisburne School Governor Blog. We have two new Governors to welcome on board: Pam Childs and Lucy Hasler. We will all be attending a Governor morning in school on Thursday 7th February.
We will be looking at DEAL strategy to help support writing in addition to reading and communication across a range of topics/subject areas.
Some of use will be attending various training courses over the next few weeks including new governor training, Chairing effective meetings and Development Governor training. Training is either provided through the Governor hub run by the council or in house at school.
Autumn Term 2018/2019
A big welcome back to the start of a new school year . This half term , I attended the Chairs briefing on the 13th September and the governors will attending the awareness day held on the 29th September to learn more about the different conditions some of the children have within school, myself , Laura and Lindsay will be delivering leaflets to resource schools and nurseries to promote the morning .We will be holding our full governing body meeting on 17th October.
Summer Term 2018
Hi all, it’s the summer term already. We have attended the school summer fair which was a great success and very busy in the beautiful weather. The Signing Choir gave a lovely outdoor performance at the fair.
We all came in for a Governor Day on “Well Being” where we took a look at what Lisburne does to promote personal well being – we had a yoga sessions with Sena, who showed us all the work she had been doing with the children. We also saw class circle times where children and staff are encouraged to have a voice and share their thoughts and feelings.
We are looking forward to attending the school show which is always a treat and celebrating the year sixes time at School at the Leavers Disco later in July.
All the governors are involved in school life and take pride in being governors.
Spring Term 2018
Another busy term for the governors, we were invited into school for the ribbon cutting of the brand new second school mini bus . The children will be able to get out and about for lots of new experiences and develop life skills . A big Thank you to everyone who contributed to the fundraising effort to make this possible.
We came to spend a full day in school to look at how the pupil premium fund is used , this year the focus is on communication and we had a very informative day, seeing how speech and language therapists use different forms of communication methods within school and how the children are learning to communicate with each other through music and dance .
The governors attended the annual governors conference. The focus was on “well being“ for schools, for staff, pupils and parents and carers .
We are looking forward to attending the Easter celebrations on the last day of term . Happy Easter holidays from the governing board.
Autumn term 2017
We have been very busy this term, with our meetings and spending lots of time in school. In mid September we attended the ‘Awareness day’ where we learned a lot about the different conditions within school, from the parents point of view. The parents ran the stalls, giving in depth knowledge about how the conditions affect their children. We came in for the harvest assemblies and we visited different classes. I visited Silver Birch class and we made ‘Mr Potato heads’ out of vegetables and sang the ‘Harvest Samba song’. Most recently we attended the anti bullying week, ‘WoW morning’. Where the theme was ‘All different, all equal’ the children were looking at different disabilities and how it might feel . The children painted using their mouths, with hands behind their backs and touched things they couldn’t see in touchy, feely boxes. We are very much looking forward to seeing Lisburne Christmas shows, always a highlight of the year show casing all the children and staffs hard work.