Stories from The Olive Tree

Family Newsletter, Weeks 6 & 7

Dear families, Last Friday, all pupils enjoyed a very full Spanish Day, where they celebrated the diversity of Spanish-speaking countries worldwide. All pupils from Years 1 to 10 cooked a dish, learnt a dance and created a map of a Spanish-speaking country. A...

Family Newsletter, Week 5

Dear families, Last week was very full and exciting. On Friday we raised a little money for the dyslexia library. Thank you if you were able to contribute. We will let you know the full amount next week. In primary, projects are underway in all classrooms and children...

Family Newsletter, Week 4

Please note this newsletter will now be sent to you every Monday at around midday. The Spanish version will be posted on the web simultaneously; it will be accessible to you if your default computer settings are turned to Spanish. Last week was Harvest festival. Thank...

Family Newsletter, Week 3

Dear families, It was a great second week of term: everyone was settled and productive in their classrooms, with some beautiful work starting to take shape. We look forward to sharing it with you soon. The main focus of the week for many pupils was the climate...

Family Newsletter, Week 2

Dear families, A great start to the school year, with pupils of all ages settling in beautifully. From day one, there was happy play and chatting in the gardens at break times and some great learning got underway. A smooth and easy transition back into learning mode...

Family Newsletter, Week 1

Dear families, Thank you to those who were able to make Meet The Teacher last Friday.  There was great excitement about the new school year. At last, the big day arrives tomorrow! Staff are also very excited to be welcoming our pupils back and to get started on some...

Pre-Term Family Newsletter

Dear families, Just ten days to go until we welcome everybody back to school on Monday 9th. We hope it's been a lovely break for you and are looking forward to the new year as much as we are. We would like to give an especially warm welcome to all our new families and...

Why are our GCSE results higher than average?

Today, GCSE results were published. These are the exams that every pupil at a British school, in the UK and internationally, must take at 16 years old. A pupil's results will stay with her/him for life: great GCSE grades open doors; poor GCSE grades limit future...

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