Being a creative thinker is one of the attributes most sought-after by employers. We want children that can come up with new ideas – whether they are finding different solutions to a maths problem, composing a piece of music to reflect a mood or emotion, or deciding on the best tactic to use to put the ball in the hoop. Creative thinkers have open minds and are free thinkers and so they are able to express their thinking in different ways, producing new ideas or concepts.
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Remembrance Day – Sunday 13th November
Remembrance Day is an important time and taking part in the acts of Remembrance is a way of showing respect for those who have sacrificed and have fought for freedom all over the world. On Tuesday 8th November, we will be recognising Remembrance in our school assembly for KS1, KS2 and KS3. We will be visited by the Chelsea Pensioners. On Sunday 13th November, our Head Boy and Head Girl will visit the British Embassy to participate in the Remembrance Sunday Service. Across the whole school we will be learning about the importance of Remembrance and completing activities that help us have a greater understanding. Be sure to come and check out our Poppy Garden project around the school from Tuesday 8th November.