We’ve traveled from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again…
Welcome to our monthly newsletter.
If you’re new to The Golden Mile, the monthly newsletter lets you know if your school came in the top 3 schools for averaging the most miles per pupil, for last month; it’s the only fair way of doing it!
We’re delighted to say there has been no let up with schools clocking up an impressive 5000 miles in September, 12,000 in October and 14,463 in November, making 31,463 miles of physical activity so far this school year.
Here’s a brain numbing fact for you… 31,463 miles is the equivalent of travelling from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again!!
Top scorers – November 2014
The top 3 schools in November that averaged the most Golden Miles per pupil was -
1. Isham Church of England School, Kettering averaged 6.69 Golden Miles per pupil.
2.Hollesley Primary School,Woodbridge averaged 5.19 Golden Miles per pupil.
3.Reedham Primary School in Norwich averaged 4.65 Golden Miles per pupil.
Please find attached our 2015 policy for children wishing to join our school.
All schools that are their own Admissions Authority (Isham CEVA Primary) are required to publish their “Admission Appeals Timetable”. An Appeal is a route you may wish to consider, should your child not be offered a place at Isham for Sept 2015. The timetable has not yet been published for YrR Appeals and we will publish this info as soon s we have it.
If you have applied to another year group in our school, and have not been successful, you also have Right of Appeal. In the first instance you should request an Appeal Form by writing to: Diocesan Appeals Administrator, Diocesan Board of Education, Bouverie Court, 6 The Lakes, Bedford Road, Northampton, NN4 7YD. Tel: 01604 887006 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Friday, Year 3/4 had a fantastic day shelter building and fire lighting over at Everdon Outdoor Learning centre as part of our Extreme Explorers term. The children learnt how to survive in the woods and found different food sources … Continue reading →