Thank you!

Thank you for an amazing year!

Abbots Langley School is very lucky to have the community it has and we are looking forward to a new year and new challenges.

Have an amazing summer and I look forward to hearing about everything you get up to.

A special good luck message to our wonderful Year 6 children. As I said today, you are all amazing and you will all continue to be brilliant in everything you do.

I could not ask to be the Headteacher of a more positive, creative and friendly school and I can assure you that I will continue to support and guide the school, with the amazing staff, which will ensure that we continue to move forward!

Thank you and enjoy!

Mr B

The Summer Fair!

Every now and then things happen that make you smile. That happened to me last night. Charlie (of ALSA fame) popped into school to let me know about the Summer Fair.

I really enjoyed myself on the day, and it seems that lots of other people did too.

Before I actually get to the amount of money raised I need to thank ALSA. There is a small, yet brilliant and dedicated group of parents who put themselves out on a very regular basis. Even whilst Charlie was delivering the news about the fair, a group of parents were sorting out the tickets for the disco on Thursday.

Being a member of ALSA doesn’t mean that you have to eat, sleep and breathe ALSA, it just means that you want to support the school, your child and the whole community.

Every person who carried a table or chair at the weekend is part of ALSA, every person who donated a bottle of wine or cuddly toy is part of ALSA and I for one, love everyone who is part of ALSA, as they enable me to provide an even better resourced curriculum for your wonderful children.

When the next event appears on the horizon I will be in touch with you all and see if we can get even more ALSA people, which will make it that little easier for the team who work on every event!

So, if you have managed to read through the above writing, well done! However, here comes the part you are really interested in.

The Summer Fair managed to raise £7843 – with the potential that it could raise even further if we complete one more matched funding deal.

This figure is over £1000 more than last year and for that I have to thank you all! It makes such a difference to school and to your children, which is why we all do these things!

So, I will no doubt cross paths with many of you over the next few days, but if I don’t – have an amazing summer, enjoy every minute and I will see you all in September, when we will continue to try our hardest for you and your children.

Thanks

Mr B

Welcome to The Lodge!

photo 4The Lodge has officially been opened by Local Councillor, Chris Lloyd.  People from Barratt Homes were at the launch and were very impressed with how the building looked.

There has been a huge amount of work put into the building, especially from Emma Hill and Rachel Turffrey – there is a long list of people who have helped, but far too long for a Blog post – so thank you very much!

I would like to thank Barratt Homes for the building and all of the support and help over the last year.  We could never have wished for a better building and we are all looking forward to using it in the new academic year.

I also have to thank Mrs Negrello, as it was down to her well timed question as to what was happening to the building, that we now have it in our grounds!

 

Please feel free to have a look in The Lodge over the next week and it won’t be long until your children are coming home telling you all about the amazing learning they have done in there.

I hope you enjoy the photos!

 

Mr B

 

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