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Class photograph proofs are being sent home with the children today.

Orders need to be returned to school in the envelope provided

(with your child’s name and class on the front please)

by Monday 4th June

to enable us to get the photos back to parents before we finish for the summer holidays.

Full size photos are available to view in our HUB.


100% Attendance Awards for the Spring Term will be awarded in Celebration Assembly this Friday.It will be a fantastic celebration of whole school achievement, so please join us if you can.



The cost of a school dinner has risen by 5p a day to £2.25 per day (£11.25 per week).

Please may we remind parents that dinner money needs to be paid on the morning your child requires a dinner, no later than 9.30am – we are not able to supply a dinner to those who have not paid in time – thank you.

Cold but happy!


What a great opportunity for team work the recent snow brought. At break time, we were able to trek down onto the field and explore our very own arctic environment.

The children (and adults!) had a wonderful time working and playing together, seeing who could build the biggest snow ball and then turn it into a snow man.

Thank you Fiona, in the Kitchen, for the carrots. Without those, our snowmen would have had no noses.

How does a snow man smell without a nose?

Still terrible! Boom Boom!


Attendance Audit

We are currently undertaking our half termly attendance audit, this looks at individual children’s attendance, patterns of absence and any other relevant information.

Where your child’s attendance is causing a concern, your child’s class teacher will be asking to meet with you over the next few weeks to further discuss your child’s pattern of attendance.

What your child’s class teacher is specifically tasked with detailing for you is the detrimental impact repeat absences has on your child’s learning and progress, this is an aspect of school provision which is inspected by Ofsted and action taken by the Local Authority where absence is having a detrimental impact on the progress.

Please can we also remind parents that it is your responsibility to make contact with the school when your child is absent providing the reasons for their absence. In the event that the school does not hear from a parent regarding the absence of their child the absence is recorded as ‘unauthorised’. As part of our duty of care for all children, a Safeguarding concern is triggered where there are repeat occurrences of parents not making contact with the school.

If you have any questions regarding your child’s attendance, please ask to speak with Mrs Galling.


This Sunday is Mothering Sunday and Fr. Nick will be leading celebrations at St. Luke’s church during their 11.00am service.  If you are able to get along he’d love to see you – he tells us that there will be flowers given to all those mothers and special others who look after us – a real opportunity to give thanks for all they do!

If you would like any further information please contact 01626 681259 or Email Fr. Nick at


Please can we remind all nursery parents that when collecting your child at lunchtime after their morning nursery session, or dropping off your child at lunchtime for their afternoon nursery session, the only access to the nursery that can be used at this time of the day is the Sandringham Road gate.

In order to safeguard children within the school access to the nursery is not available via the main school entrance and HUB at lunchtime. Many Thanks.


Safer Internet Day 2018

Safer Internet Day 2018 – 6th February 2018

Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally in over 100 countries to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. It provides an opportunity to inspire a big conversation, within families, classes, schools, and even nations! This year the theme is ‘Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you’. On 6th February in particular we will be supporting children’s developing awareness of how their online lives can have an impact upon how they and others feel, and encouraging them to understand the role that they have in building respectful online communities.

In school on Tuesday 6th February there will be two special assemblies to which parents are invited. Our KS1 assembly, led by Mr Franklin will take place at 2.30pm in the Studio, while our Key Stage 2 assembly, led by Mr Hankin, will take place in the hall at 9.00am. Miss Butler’s team in the Foundation Stage will also be sharing opportunities linked to the day.

Alongside these events there will be opportunities shared with children throughout the week linked to the key message of Safer Internet Day. Please speak to your child’s teacher if you’d like to know more – we hope you are able to join us.


Please can we remind parents that the use of the car park is not permitted at drop off and pick up times (including lunchtimes for Nursery children), due to the conflict between pedestrian access and vehicles.

Mrs Galling and Mr Hampton will be on gate duty at various times and are continually monitoring the situation.   Thank you for helping us keep your children safe.

We are a ‘GOOD’ school

Please read our recent full Ofsted inspection report by clicking on the button to the left.

We are a ‘GOOD’ school

Please read our recent full Ofsted inspection report by clicking on the button to the left.