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- Our Values: Happiness
This week the children considered what they do that makes them happy and how they can improve their happiness as well as the happiness of those around them.
- Sporting Success
Our first TAG rugby fixtures of the season were played on a bitterly cold afternoon last Friday. The team of Y6 boys and girls played superbly. We came out 9-8 winners in one game narrowly lost 8-7 in our other match.
- Our Values: Growth
We have been considering the story of David and Goliath, reflecting on the courage it took for David to stand up against the giant, Goliath.We thought about situations that can seem like giants in our lives, whether at home,at school,or in our learning.
- Sutton Education Trust Consultation
Details about the consultation process for our school entering the Sutton Education Trust can be found under the parents tab above.
- Classic 1K
It has been a pleasure to join so many of our children in our classic 1k run each Tuesday morning this term. Any parents are welcome to join us next half term. Check out the Nonsuch Park run for other fun ways for families to enjoy exercising together.
At Nonsuch Primary School the safety and welfare of our children is of the utmost importance.
All adults must protect children from harm and abuse and be aware that any child may be at risk.
Everyone (including parents and carers) has a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of our children.
Sue Hawker is the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead and should be contacted (via the office) immediately with any concerns. Josh Chamberlin acts in this role in her absence.
Jonathan Nicholas is the nominated safeguarding governor. Please click here to download our safeguarding policy.