News from Otter Class

The train arriving at platform 9 and three quarters, was most definitely for the Otter class. Pupils have journeyed into the magical life of Harry Potter, having imagined what it would be like to receive a letter from Professor McGonegall inviting them to be educated at Hogwarts. Children wrote to reply, however not all pupils said they wanted to attend…writing was produced with insightful thoughts such as, ‘ I’m not too sure where an education that came from Hogwarts will leave my future career opportunities!‘ Otter pupils then explored the magical Diagon Alley, making descriptive pieces that were so vivid, a reader would feel they were in the Alley itself : The Owl Emporium: ‘From inside the Emporium, the cages that hold the owls as prisoners, rust and corrode like an abandoned prison…’ .  Gringotts: ‘A grand building stood proudly, made out of shiny, glimmering white marble. It towered imposingly over the other measly shops, casting a sinister glow of elegance…’  or perhaps Ollivanders is  more to your taste:’ Towering way above any other magnificent magic shop, Ollivanders (makers of exquisite wands since 382 AD) stood out with its charcoal-black bricks, which were as sooty and grimy as a chimney sweep, fresh out of a chimney. Its disarrayed, slanted shelves were tattered, with battered boxes holding slightly chipped wands. The beautiful halo-like lights were stars in a gloomy sombre sky. At Ollivanders, the wand will choose the person…‘ . Otters  wrote in role as Snape to Professor Dumbledore in no uncertain formal terms, complaining bitterly about the shocking behaviour of those pesky first year Griffindor students. As though that wasn’t enough, pupils then entered the Hogwarts bakery, creating the most unbelieveable purple and blue breads – even a mix of  tabasco and chocolate flavours – it could only be Hogwarts! Could we top that? Yes, the Otters ventured down to Marlborough College to meet Hagrid in person and carry out a scavenger hunt and quiz and then for our Marlborough St Mary’s finale a visit from the Owl man – wow what a term

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Headteacher
Mrs Anne Schwodler

Deputy Headteacher
Mrs Toni Holford-Wright
Contact Information
Mrs Susannah Greenbank
Ducks Meadow, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4BX
01672 513101
Office@marlboroughstmarys.wilts.sch.uk

Mrs Sue Kent
Ducks Meadow, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4BX
01672 513101
Admin@marlboroughstmarys.wilts.sch.uk
Safeguarding

Marlborough St Mary’s Primary School is committed to providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment, which secures the well-being and very best outcomes for the children in our care. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people is the responsibility of everyone involved with the school and we expect all staff, governors, parents, carers, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.

If you are concerned about the safety and welfare of any child do not hesitate to come into school and speak to one of the Safeguarding Leads or a member of the senior leadership team. You can also report your concerns to the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 0300 456 0108.

The School’s designated safeguarding lead is Mrs Anne Schwodler

The School’s deputy designated safeguarding lead is Mrs Kath More supported by Mrs Mandy Howarth

The School’s safeguarding governor is Mrs Joyce White.

Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy can be viewed by clicking here 

 

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