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Breakfast Club has been temporarily postponed during School's partial closure

Breakfast club will return once school fully reopens.




After tonight’s announcement from the government on the closure of primary schools we will unfortunately be unable to return to school as planned tomorrow (Tuesday 5th January) except for our key worker and vulnerable children; as recorded during the previous lockdown.


As the announcement was given at such short notice, we will be working hard to sort provision for all other children as soon as possible and will be in touch tomorrow in regards to this. We were very much looking forward to welcoming all children back tomorrow but we must follow the governments guidance in order to safeguard both our children, staff and the local community.


National Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children, we raised £48.41p- Thank you!

The children have raised £48.41 for Save the Children


Anyone can connect to the easyfundraising website or app to buy from a list of over 400 retailers including Ebay, Amazon, Argos, M&S and we receive a donation for every purchase made. There is no extra cost involved when making purchases and donations gets paid direct to the Friends bank account.




Coronavirus Update November 2020

 Over the weekend, I learned that one of our local school’s was having to close its doors this week, due to the coronavirus.

 That’s both sad and worrying. Currently, there’s much talk about vaccines, but at this moment, when all the statistics are rising, it’s immensely important that we all adhere to the guidance.

 I’d like to thank parents and carers for the continued wearing of face-coverings and observing the one-way systems and keeping socially distant, but may I remind you of the most recent guidance:

 Social contact:

From 5 November, you must not meet socially indoors with family or friends unless they are part of your household, meaning the people you live with, or your support bubble.

You can exercise outdoors, or visit outdoor public places, with the people you live with, your support bubble, or 1 person from another household.

Meeting in larger groups is against the law apart from specific exceptions where people from different households can gather in groups.


Social distancing:

To reduce the risk of catching or spreading coronavirus, you should minimise time spent outside your home, and when around other people ensure that you are two metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

 These are simple extracts; you can find the full document at:

  Here’s hoping we all stay safe and well.


Kindest regards,


T W Emery

Readathon starts 23rd Nov 2020- Raised so far £1299.50! Thank you for all your support!

Sponsored Winter Readathon

This term we would like to raise some money to buy new reading books to replace and expand our depleted stock in school following Lockdown. To help raise some money, we will be running a sponsored Readathon.

In order to take part, your child will need to gather sponsorship for the number of times they read at home or to us in school over the next 4 weeks. This could be a few pages, a chapter or a whole book each time, depending on their reading ability.

Re-reading books is vital in helping children develop fluency and improving comprehension, because of this, if your child reads the same book, page or chapter a few times each time that text is read will count towards their final total.

We understand that at this time, for some, money is tight, so whatever amount your child raises, however small, will be celebrated in school and greatly appreciated. There will be prizes awarded in each class for children who have taken part and made an effort with this challenge.

You have the next week to gather as many sponsors as you can and bring your child’s sponsor form into school on Monday 23rd so that we can record how many times they read over the next 4 weeks.

The Readathon starts on Monday 23rd November.

Please could you record in your child’s reading record every time they read and what they have read so we can add this and any reading completed in school when their folder comes back into school at the end of the week.

We are hoping that with Lockdown, we can all take advantage of spending more time at home by supporting our children with their reading which is vital to every subject.


Sponsorship Form

New Intake September 2021. Online Primary Admissions open 16th November and closes 15th January 2021.

Primary school admissions open on 16 November 2020 and close 15 January 2021


This link will take you to the Parents Admission page.

Please keep checking your emails and Parenthub messages.

It is vital that all parents check their emails and Parenthub messages over the Summer holidays for information regarding the return to school in Sept.



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