Dear Parents and Carers! Our most recent school newsletter is now available for download. Please click on the button below to download a copy. Keep up-to-date with what’s been happening at our school – and what’s planned for the weeks ahead…
The Take Home Tasks were great; the children and families clearly enjoyed making the various projects. A particular well done to Jake in Year One who made a moving scene with some excellent details! The entries are now displayed outside Year Three, so take a look next time you are in!
ear One are studying the Gruffalo in literacy; they have been learning about the various characters this week using role play. This will support them with lots of creative ideas when they write next week.
A huge thanks and well done to the wonderful parents who took part in the Hampton Court half marathon last Sunday. Around £4800 was raised and they hope to try to hit the £5000 mark soon! This is a substantial amount and the money will be spent on play equipment for the children. Kelly and I met two companies in … Read More
Don’t forget, if you have time over the holdiays, you and your child(ren) can get creative with the take home tasks: Reception Class: Their topic for next half term is transport, so the children can design their journey to school. They can perhaps make 3D models of what they see on the way to school, or they can draw and … Read More
Our neighbours, the Air Cadets, have been in touch. They are still in the planning process for their new building behind our playground. Once the work is agreed, the Air Cadet leaders have agreed to share their outdoor space with us which is great news.
It’s been a very quiet half term on the PTFA front following such a busy time in the latter part of last year. I just wanted to update all of you on the latest regarding the playground equipment. Through your generosity and hard work last year we have an initial spending budget of £5000 and have agreed with school that … Read More
This week, Apple Class visited the local Mosque. The children received a tour and they learnt about the history of the building and they learnt about where they pray. It was great opportunity to learn about the differences between religions.