As you know we work closely with the WE charity and through the WE Go Green campaign, our Eco-warriors wanted to make our school and environment more sustainable, colourful and eco-friendly! We would like to share their first project for this year which we hope people in the local area will also take some enjoyment…

TERM 1.2 EXTENDED OPPORTUNITIES: 4th November 2019 – 7th February 2020     Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Lunch Time     Art (Yrs 1,2 & 3)       Mindfulness (Yrs 1,2 & 3) After School 3.15-4.15 Football (Yrs 1, 2 & 3)   Lego (Reception, 1 & 2) Dance (Reception, 1 & 2)…

The first week back at school and Year 5 were filled with stories about their summer holidays. After reading about the Postcards for Kindness campaign, we all decided to send our own. The children enjoyed planning, drafting and designing their post cards before creating their final copies, adorned with stamps and ready to post! The campaign initially…

Following the success of our WE Read Together Campaign, we are delighted to share with you a story written by the WE Charity. It tells the journey we all took to achieve our goal of encouraging our children to read for enjoyment and to share books with others. This story has been shared as part…

On Thursday 20th June, we launched our very first ‘Book Swap.’ The initiative ran as part of the school’s commitment to the WE Charity who help schools to embed social action both locally and globally. The event was planned and organised by our Pupil Leadership Team who have spent the last few months asking parents…

On Monday 28th January, Reception and Year one children met the infamous Zoe the Zebra, Pete the Pelican, Poppy the Puffin and Tommy the Toucan to learn all about road safety. The educational show engaged the children with some volunteers showing that they were already expert road-crossers by knowing that you hold hands, look, listen…

Sid from Eagle class has created these incredible drawings that we wanted to share with you all. Sid told us how much he enjoys art and we are so glad he shared his work with us. We are sure you will agree, he is a very talented young man.

Parents should encourage their children to walk with friends on the way home. To ensure their safety, can you ask your child to keep expensive items in their pockets or out of sight, particularly mobile phones. We are conducting assemblies and PSCHE programmes on Road safety and hope you will encourage them to be aware…