Haselbury Campus Stories – July

We have come to the end of the school year, and what a year it has been! In spite of  exceptional circumstances our pupils have once again blown us away in the progress they have made through; determination, commitment and hard work. We are so proud of them. We look forward to welcoming our new pupils and their families to the school in September. But before we go please do check out what we have been up to his month.

Thank you to Nichols Class for hosting a theatre afternoon of #AliceInWonderland Pupils took turns asking for and serving food, before everyone enjoyed the theatre together.

 

 

A message from Fox Class.. @KateOsamor @wwf_uk

Are you going to help us get deforestation #OffOurPlates ? DEFORESTATION IS NOT A JOKE!

    
    

 

Zorn Class invited a mini zoo into the classroom and got to meet and hold some very cute animals. Our favourite animal was the chinchilla called Charles.

     

Fox Class have been making mask clips to donate to NHS staff to prevent their PPE from rubbing their ears when wearing face masks for long shifts. I have attached an image of these so you can see what they look like. The class have also made DIY sewing kits which come with easy instructions and all the materials for people to make their own. What a great idea!

     

For their Enterprise business project pupils decided that making braided plastic keyrings, bracelets and necklaces which can be washed and cleaned would be a great choice during Covid-19 times.

    

   

Pupils in Sanchez Class used scales to measure grams, tsp for vanilla extract and amount for eggs following a biscuit recipe. Pupils really enjoyed this measuring lesson and measuring independently.

    

Drum roll……🥁 and the Jack Petchey leader award goes to… our Director of Education Mrs Carmel Fox 😀
Carmel has been at West Lea for the last 6 years and has become part of the fixtures and fittings of the school. She has been an integral part of the leadership team that has over seen the school grow from 90 students to nearly 400 in the last few years, as well as achieve our current Outstanding Ofsted grade. Carmel exudes the values of the school: Kindness, Innovation, Community, Inclusion in everything she does. For a short time she was ‘poached’ by the Local Authority to help with the strategic development of Special Educational Needs across the borough of Enfield but we are so pleased she has returned to us this academic year. Mrs Fox  is a truly valued member of our school community and West Lea is proud to have her in our team.👏