Big Blue Book of Brilliance

We would love to hear more about your child’s efforts, achievements and contributions outside of their school lives. Some of you may recall our ‘Big Blue Book of Brilliance’. This is a wonderful book that we keep in school where we record the many achievements our children have made outside of their school lives. Now that the world is getting back to normal, we have heard about lots of competitions, tournaments and community projects that our pupils have been involved in. We want to celebrate and recognise our pupils’ achievements too! If you have any certificates, medals, trophies or photographs that show brilliance outside of school, please send them in with your child and we will photograph them in school or send us a photo through Class Dojo. Children who appear in our Big Blue Book of Brilliance will receive one of our much sought after Brilliance Badges!

We look forward to sharing in the amazing achievements of all our pupils.

Mrs. Charleuf

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Book of Brilliance Notice

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