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16/09/16 - Reception and Nursery have made a fabulous start to their Cape journey. They are settling well and beginning to establish simple routines. Elsewhere, we have had some great superstars in Praise Assembly, lots of awards for all round great behaviour and hard work.


Next week sees a visit from the animal man to Year 1 and Year 6 have a special assembly and workshops about anti-bullying and domestic violence. Have a great weekend!


09/09/16 - Welcome to the first edition of my Head Teacher Blog. We have reached the end of our first week back and it feels like we have never been away! The children and staff have settled well into new routines and classes. The purple uniform looks great, everybody looks really smart, we may remind you if you forget the right uniform!


Praise Assembly was great today as each teacher told the school about one great thing the class had done this week. We heard lots of wonderful things, including; lining up brilliantly, helping others, working hard. Keep this up folks!


Next week we will be welcoming our reception and nursery children back to school. Please do your best to help them, I know you will. Have a great weekend and I'll see you on Monday!

Hello Cape BlogSpot,


Today I’m going to tell you about some of the pupils in Year 6’s resolutions. Here are some of them:


Olaf had decided he would be doing himself good if he stopped chewing his lips.


Eemaan’s New Year’s resolution was to eat less chocolate. Let’s hope she can keep that up.


Tania had told me her resolution was to spend more time with her family. I thought this was a good choice because she wasn’t just thinking about herself.


Vanessa had decided to learn her times tables to help her improve in her maths.

What was your New Year’s Resolution and have you kept it up or have you failed miserably?


Hello Cape BlogSpot,

It’s a new year and a fresh start, a new leaf, and a clean slate. I’m excited about this year!

Every year people make resolutions and this year I expect no difference.

2015 has come and I have made a LOT of resolutions. Partly because I need to but mostly because I’m excited and motivated. I think that’s a good thing.

Here is one of my resolutions:

Try new things- As  you may know, I am not one for change so I want to give things a go.

What are your new year’s resolutions?

See you next week


 Exhibition Time

Hello Cape BlogSpot,

How have you all been?

Well by the title of this week’s blog, you can probably tell I’m going to be writing about our school’s fantastic exhibition that happened on Friday 12th December 2014. In my opinion the exhibition was great but being an expert is a lot of responsibility.  It can make you feel quite anxious but I soon calmed down after a very interesting conversation with a jolly visitor about our hard work. When walking round our exhibition you will realise that our school is very special, we are all very hard working and we fit together like a jigsaw puzzle which is why our school should celebrate our hard work.

If you see me on the playground come and tell me what you thought about the exhibition. Thank you for reading my blog and I will see you next week.

Bye everybody!


 Hello Cape Blogspot,

Santa, ponies, party games and fun – all you could find at the Christmas fayre on Tuesday.

Did you go to this magical event?

On Tuesday 2nd December 2014 Cape Primary School had their own original Christmas fayre. You could tell that the place was filled with joyful spirits because of the gleaming faces you saw when you walked past each and every person. But do not worry if you did not go; there are much more fun events ahead!

Make sure to read the Cape Chronicle to find out more about the Christmas and ask the school council about upcoming events. Check online next week for another blog post!

Bye Everybody


Young Voices

The choir that will be singing in the Young Voices celebration have recorded a short audio clip to mark the anniversary of the death of Nelson Mandela.