Amazingly, that’s another year over! Fittingly, the Y6 saw us off in style with an amazing performance of Bugsy Malone, a fabulous set of memories at their Leavers Tea and then an amazing Leavers’ Award ceremony!
The citations read out to our winners exemplified the spirit and values of Sharmans perfectly! Courage, teamship, community and achievement all shone out. Although only won by a few, there were so many more children who could have won those awards and we are really proud of them. My thanks to Alan Rapley, the former GB Olympic Team Captain, for coming to present those awards and spend some time with us.
On a personal note, my many thanks for all of the kind messages of support that I have received. If I have only been partially successful as they suggest, then I will leave a very happy and proud man.
We are all of us merely stewards, taking care of the present for the future. It has been an honour to serve here and I thank you all for your support and wish you the very best for the future. I know that I leave the school in good hands!
Take Care. Burn bright and reach for the stars!
I can’t quite believe that we have come to the end of another academic year; time definitely flies when you’re having fun! Well done to everyone for a fabulous year and good luck to all of our wonderful Year 6 children moving on to pastures new, please keep popping back to see us as it’s always lovely to hear how you are getting on and to find out about your future successes. Work hard, be brilliant and always keep a little bit of Sharmans in your heart. I’m sure that you’d agree that these sentiments also very much apply to Mark. You have taken the school on an amazing journey and we will all miss you very much. Don’t be a stranger!
Thank you to everyone I’ve spoken to over the past few weeks for your kind words of encouragement and support for my future role as Acting Headteacher. I’m feeling really excited about leading the school and working with such a fabulous school community although, admittedly, September feels a long way away! Wishing you all a happy, safe and hopefully sun-filled Summer holiday and see you all on September 3rd.
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