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Brenzett Primary School

BrenzettChurch of England Primary School

Governor News

Here you will find links to any information about our Governing body as well as minutes from meetings.

25th June - Covid-19
We attended school to monitor the Covid 19 arrival process against the schools Coronavirus Risk Assessment.  We are pleased to report that the process worked extremely well for all concerned. Staff were on hand to welcome pupils and parents/carers and the children appeared happy to be going into school. 
We are also pleased to report that both pupils and parents/carers followed "the rules"  set out to create a safe environment.

20 December 2019 - Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year to everyone associated with the Kingsnorth and Brenzett CEP communities from all at the JLGB

Monday 11 November 2019 - School Service of Remembrance

The service was led by Reverend Jackie (curate) with a number of the pupils playing a prominent part.
The behaviour of all of the pupils was both impeccable and very respectful.

 

05 to 08 November 2019 – Yr6 French Residential Trip

I had the pleasure of accompanying Yr6 children from both Kingsnorth and Brenzett on their residential trip to France.  The trip gave children, and staff, the chance to experience life in a French School, where the children had the opportunity to use their French language skills. Visits were made to WW2 museums in Ambleteuse and La Coupole along with cultural visits to a boulangerie,  sweet factory and Auchan supermarket, where once again, the children got to use their French vocabulary buying food items for their lunch that day. Friday morning bought a more serious event with a visit to East Boulogne War Cemetery. The children were set the task of finding the headstone of a young man, born in Kingsnorth who sadly lost his life in WW1. The children then lead a Service of Remembrance at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where their behaviour was impeccable. On the  journey home we stopped off at Nausicaa Sealife Centre a most enjoyable way to end the trip. The trip was a great experience for the children and something that I feel they gained from. through a well thought out itinerary. Special thanks to the staff and volunteer adults for making it possible.