Some kind words from our school community and visitors
May 2016 School To School Support Burnt Oak Primary School – Medway.
Visit by Oslo Education Agency 6.11.14
Dear Sarah, Nick and JulianThank you so much for taking the time to speak to us on your work with restorative practices and for also giving us the opportunity to meet your pupils. Queensbridge is an exciting school and we learnt a lot from the work that you there during our visit.Thank you again for hosting us and I hope that we can continue to build on our relationship with Queensbridge Primary, and you are more than welcome to visit us any time.Hope to hear from you again soon!Best regards,
Reading Recovery Visit 2/10/15
Dear Andrea and Catherine
I wanted to thank you again on behalf of all the teachers who came from the gipsy hill federation for yesterday’s visit. It gave us a huge amount of food for thought and the impact of the programme and how it is managed and valued within the school was really inspiring – so rich and focused. We are really looking forward to being able to roll it out in our schools and feel we now have a much better understanding of how to make it workable and ensure it has the most possible impact. Please also thank all the teachers and support staff who allowed us to come in and observe.Kind regards,Amelie Thompson
Head of Inclusion
Gipsy Hill Federation and Mayflower Federation
A huge thank you to both yourself and Sophie for giving up your valuable time for me. I haven’t stopped talking about the wonderful things that I observed today. A vibrant Head Teacher who truly loved what she was doing and an obvious love for her students. You and your team have the recipe for success and It was an honour and privilege to share the day with you.
March next year ,a trip to NZ is a must , I am excited about showing you and whoever you choose to bring with you around my school and other schools in the area. All you need to do is get there and we will take care of the rest.
Thank you again and I will be in touch soon. I will get my ICT coordinator to make contact with Sophie.
Western Heights Primary School
It was an absolute pleasure hosting Queensbridge Primary School Student Film Awards. The skills of the pupils involved in making the films were very impressive and it was wonderful seeing their reactions when watching their work on the big screen. The project itself is a fantastic way to encourage learning about film making and puts focus on teamwork needed when acting as a crew. The children in attendance were well behaved, professional and talented. Fully deserving of the awards they were given. What a great way to encouraging young budding film makers and build a next generation of award winning creatives. Congratulations to the teachers organising this event and we would be more than happy to be your host venue in future.
Audience Development Officer
I just wanted to let you know how fantastic your Year 4 children were yesterday at the primary/secondary Spanish conference.
They sang with fantastic pronunciation and accents as well as speaking confidently in front of 30 adults about learning Spanish.
The secondary teachers were very impressed and this was a great way to share with them the levels children are able to reach in primary so we can ensure smooth transition in the future.
Thank you again Jenny for organising.
“Thank you for bringing the children today. I thought their behaviour was a credit to your school and colleagues and do of course feel free to pass that on.”
St Michael and All Angels Church