On Monday, we talked to the children in assembly about Shrove Tuesday and Lent.
Lent is a period of time in the Christian church calendar which starts on ‘Ash Wednesday’ and leads up to Easter every year. Traditionally, Christians mark Lent by giving something up, but what if we could do more than that?
During the 28 school days of Lent we’re inviting our children, staff and families to take part in simple acts of kindness. We’re ‘giving something back’ instead of ‘giving something up’.
Small acts of kindness, performed by everyone in our school and community, has the power to make a big change to our school, community and, ultimately, to our world.
Below is a family chart which you can use at home. Let’s get the wave of kindness moving all over Pinner!
We have had a few queries about the recent outbreak of coronavirus. We will continue to follow the advice from the government and we advise parents to use the following web link for up to date information: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public. Please remember that the advice is regularly updated.
If parents or families have returned from visits abroad, please follow the advice on the government website.
We will continue to remind all our staff, children and families about sensible hygiene precautions including the use of tissues and hand-washing (see below). This is not new - this is good, all year round, advice!
We love reading at Pinner Park School. Our children and staff have discovered that reading can take place any time, any place, anywhere!
Have you been caught reading in a unique, unusual or exciting place? Send your photo to email@example.com and it will appear in our gallery below!
Wow! The two finalists in the Jack Petchey West London Schools Table Tennis Championship U11s are brothers from Pinner Park!
Well done boys! Winner and Runner-Up!
The tournament winner has qualified for the Butterfly Individual Championships that will be played in Wolverhampton in April, playing against the best players in the country. And both boys have been invited to the Jack Petchey London Schools’ Table Tennis Finals taking place in April.
Best wishes for your next tournament!
Note: It is our policy not to name pupils alongside photos.