Shaw Wood Academy takes great pride in getting involved in the local community where possible and enhancing the community spirit of the pupils, parents and staff associated with Shaw Wood Academy. It’s important to Shaw Wood Academy that everyone associated with us is proud of that fact and that they are proud of the local community.
Congratulations to Gracie Rutherford. The first child in Key Stage 2 to achieve the Reading Octopus challenge.
We are looking forward to giving more keyrings and certificates to more of our dedicated and hardworking readers this half term.
Thank you to parents for your continued support with the challenge!
As part of our amended behaviour and reward policy, we have added a purple star to the classes’ behaviour ‘Good to be Green’ board. This is a reward for those extra special children who consistently show outstanding behaviour, effort and attitude through the term.
As a reward and thank you, the children enjoyed a festive afternoon tea with SLT as well as taking part in all their fun sessions throughout the day!
The new Healthy Learning Healthy Lives programme, launched on January 15, is all set to improve the fitness, health and happiness of local children in the borough. It aims to assist teachers and teaching professionals in developing an integrated approach where the learning environment supports a child’s health and well being.
Miss Dixon and Mr Parkinson being presented with the Healthy Learning Healthy Lives certificate.
If you have any ideas of how Shaw Wood could get further involved in the community or if you have any community events where you think Shaw Wood could support you then please don’t hesitate to contact us.