This Week at Webster: Tuesday: Additional Funnybones club, Parents' literacy course in the cabin; Wednesday: 1V visiting the Church, Year 4 (both classes) visiting the Places Project, Football match away at St Philip's, School nurse visiting Reception Classes; Friday: Recycling assembly with Luke.
'If we try, we can do this!'
(Roza-Year 6-BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour 22/11/2013)
We received a fantastic letter from David Laws MP:
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As you have seen, we are surrounded by scaffolding. The metal roof covering has been stripped off and this phase of the project is now complete.
The building of the new roof will begin soon and should be complete by March. The plans look wonderful, and while we all wish it could be finished tomorrow, we have to be patient and live with the situation for a few months. Click here to see a plan of what the finished roof will look like.
There will be some disruption to classes on occasion. It is anticipated that some classes may have to move to a different room for two days from time to time if any heavy work is carried out above their heads. Luckily, we still have two spare classrooms. Rest assured that the whole programme is being professionally project managed and risk assessed by specialists.