Whether dreaming of a life on stage or simply enjoying taking part, we are proud to play an essential role in opening children’s eyes to the possibilities of performance.
Our Head of English reflects on the importance of pupil voice in shaping the curriculum and helping pupils transition to senior school.
Mrs Matthias-Rosser with a reminder of the impact you can make if you just stop, pause the to-do list and really listen to the person you are with.
Remote doesn’t have to be ‘remote’. Our SENCO, Miss Hewitt, reflects on how Mayville has maintained connections and adapted the delivery of learning.
During LGBT+ History Month, PSHE Co-ordinator & English teacher, Mrs Hardcastle, highlights the importance of celebrating diversity in literature.
When your child doesn’t love reading as much as you: how to tackle the reluctant reader. Mrs Matthias-Rosser offers some lockdown tips.
What are pupils learning during lockdown? Mrs Mills discusses how the mastery of soft skills is helping to prepare pupils for the future and life beyond school.
‘The words we use matter, the way we talk to people, communicate with them, write to them matters.’ – Ms Reid discusses how language, in fact, matters.
In response to Amanda Gorman’s poem at the presidential inauguration, Mrs Hardcastle reflects on the often misunderstood power of poetry.
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