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Merit Award Winners – Friday 16th April

Below are all of the Merit Award winners for this week – well done everybody! Lily- being an amazing friend to the new starters Markey – Amazing doubling work! William- Trying really hard during RE day Evie – for explaining what evaporation was when discussing...
Posted On 16 Apr 2021

Newsletter – Start of Summer Term

Hello and welcome back after the Easter break. We all hope you had a restful time before the start of a busy and exciting term for your children. As lockdown eases, we will continue to follow national guidance within school. At the moment, this means that children remain in...
Posted On 16 Apr 2021

Merit Award Winners – 26th March 2021

Below are the winners of the Merit Award this week – well done to them all! Freddie for trying really hard with his behaviour  Scarlett for improvement in confidence and speaking Oliver for his hard work in phonics this half term Faye for such beautiful writing using...
Posted On 26 Mar 2021

Parent Feedback – Home Learning

As a school we are keen to get some feedback regarding our recent remote learning offer, particularly what you thought about the work provided and how we communicated with you during the last lockdown. If your child accessed remote learning between January and March, please use...
Posted On 19 Mar 2021

Return to School 08.03.2021

Please see the attached letter with information relating to the whole school re-opening on Monday 8th March 2021. Should you have any questions please contact the school office.
Posted On 26 Feb 2021

Schools open only for vulnerable children and children of key workers

The Prime Minister has imposed new lockdown restrictions to combat the escalating Covid-19 crisis, which means all schools will now only be open for vulnerable children and children of key workers. Education will be delivered by remote learning, online or through workbooks...
Posted On 05 Jan 2021

Schools open only for vulnerable children and children of key workers

The Prime Minister has imposed new lockdown restrictions to combat the escalating Covid-19 crisis, which means all schools will now only be open for vulnerable children and children of key workers. Education will be delivered by remote learning, online or through workbooks...
Posted On 05 Jan 2021
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