Members of the public
We are always incredibly proud of our children, and the way the behave when they go on education visits. So we are always very happy to receive emails, letters or phone calls from the public telling us how fantastic and well mannered our children are.
I attended the abovementioned event on Monday and had the pleasure of participating with 8 delightful pupils from your school:
Sydney, Ahmid, Larisa, Cruz, Bryany, Shanique, Lucien, and Tyler
They had to fill in feedback forms and I was most impressed with their handwriting. The children were a credit to your school with their behaviour and attitude to the events on the day. They then went on to win the trophy for participation, team spirit and motivation which clearly made their day. I can still see their beaming smiles.
I hope they enjoyed themselves as much as I did.
With kind regards,
Dear Mr Carpenter,
I was at the World Diving Championships today with my school and I had the pleasure of sitting next to your PE teacher and a group of your children. The behaviour from your children was superb and there were lots of schools around who weren't!
I thought you would like to know what a great example your children were for you today as well as your PE teacher - neither of us could believe some of the other schools around us.
Sports Leader/Year 3 class teacher
Gillespie Primary School
I felt I must write to let you know that I had the privilege to see members of your school at Cannon Street station and going on to the underground. The children and staff seemed excited happy to be travelling on the underground.
The children's behaviour and the relationship between them and their teachers was wonderful. They are a credit to themselves, their teachers and the school. I hope that they had a great day at the Science Museum.
I was accompanying pupils from my school at the Science Museum today and was so impressed with the behaviour of some of your pupils that I just had to write to make you aware. The pupils in question were four girls from Beech class. One of our pupils had accidentally taken a chair from their table and in response they were so polite in dealing with the matter to the point that all four girls finished their lunch quickly and kindly offered us their table. I was so taken aback by their impeccable manners and generosity.
You should be very proud of them as they were true ambassadors for your school and set such a wonderful example to our pupils. Please pass on the message to them and their teacher. Thank you.
The Eldon Federation