During our final assembly of 2019, we said a fond farewell to two members of staff who are moving onto ventures new.
Firstly, Ms Swann is leaving us having temporarily taken the helm so admirably to steer class 3 whilst Mrs Hollingshead was on maternity leave. A big thank you for all your efforts and we wish you all the very best in your next venture.
Secondly, we bid farewell to Mr Beighton who has been with Mercenfeld since 2011. Mr Beighton has been an amazing member of our team with a very resilient attitude to all the challenges that have faced him while working here. From ICT gliches and dying computers; production lighting to sound systems; too little disk space to overworked internet! These are to name but a few that have reared their ugly heads, it’s a wonder he found the time to teach!
As a tribute, Charlie challenged him to a Mastermind round on his favourite subject, ICT. They were challenging questions and we won’t mention his score. Mya read a poem she had written about joining his class and how it made her feel. Brought a tear to many an eye in the hall. Thank you both for making it special for Mr Beighton.
Thank you so much Mr Beighton, we will miss your booming voice, cheerful demeanor, upbeat attitude and the competitive spirit that has underpinned many aspects of Mercenfeld. Good luck in your new career as an author!
This has been an amazing term for house points, the highest achieved since we started the scheme so a huge well done to everyone! WE are pleased to announce the final scores for both this week and for the Autumn Term. They are as follows;
First place: Charnwood 106 points
Second place: Bradgate 101Points
Third place: Swithland 100 points
Fourth place: Bosworth 90 points
This means the final totals for this term are;
First place: Charnwood 2054 points
Second place: Swithland 1968 Points
Third place: Bosworth 1860 points
Fourth place: Bradgate 1748 points
Well done to everyone and especially Charnwood who have headed the race for much of this term. We hope you enjoyed your little treat break time?
Remember, it could be your team next time so keep going with all your efforts in everything you do!
The KS1 Reading Challenge winners were announced in our assembly today along with the top readers for KS1. Well done to Oli, Olivia, Ellie and Zoe. Your names were entered in a draw for a winning prize and the lucky person was Oli. Well done you!. We will resume again after Christmas so keep reading over the holidays, it all counts especially those new books Santa may give you.
The final class reading totals for KS1 are as follows;
KS1 Reading Challenge totals:
Class 6 = 621
Class 5 = 1136 1st
Class 4 = 501
Class 3 = 618
Class 2 = 1000 2nd
Class 1 = 986 3rd