Headteacher’s Blog

On Tuesday, Anthony Glenn visited Bowmansgreen to deliver a ‘Shaking up Shakespeare’ performance of Macbeth. Pupils and staff were thoroughly entertained by his show which included some cameo roles from pupils across the school. It was a fantastic, interactive experience which inspired and delighted the whole school – something pupils will remember for years to come. I have not heard our reception pupils giggle so much!

On Monday, pupils in KS2 will be taking part in a sponsored Daily Mile. Parents are welcome to join their children for this activity – see the sponsor form for timings and details. The following Monday (June 24th), it is the turn of KS1.

I am sad to announce that Lisa Cutmore will not be returning to Bowmansgreen after her time off this year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for all of her hard work and commitment to the pupils and families of Bowmansgreen and wish her well for the future.

Yesterday, Jennie from Jousters Childcare joined parents at breakfast club, to say hello and answer any questions about the new after school club starting at Bowmansgreen in September. We hope that parents found the opportunity useful and had your questions answered and any concerns allayed. We are looking forward to working with Jousters and are excited at the prospect of our new provision.

Members of the FOBS committee have been busy all year, preparing for today’s Bowmansgreen Summer Fair. The final touches are currently taking place and with dry weather and sun forecast for most of the day (fingers crossed!), it promises to be a great family event and day out.

I look forward to seeing you there!