Please find the link below to the Breakfast Club Survey.
Helping Parents with Home Learning: Getting to Grips with Grammar!
This event is designed to help primary school parents with home learning.
In this session we will explore:
- Grammatical terminology. Consolidate your understanding of word classes including nouns, verbs, adjectives, determiners, conjunctions, pronouns and adverbs.
- Ways to support your child at home with their understanding of grammar.
- This 45 minute session is free to all parents who have children at Primary School.
- Monday 10th May 2021 7pm – 7.45pm
- Thursday 15th July 7pm – 7.45pm
Raising a Reader: Top Tips for Parents to Foster a Love of Reading
We know from current research that children of all ages who read for pleasure perform better in all subjects. Reading for pleasure also builds empathy, improves wellbeing and has a dramatic impact on life outcomes. This session will explore practical tips on how to help your child to foster a love of reading.
- This 45 minute session is free to all parents who have children at primary school.
- Thursday 20th May 2021 7pm – 7.45pm
We have an exciting new project starting in school which your child is eligible to be part of. It is called the “Go Well Heart Project” – a physical activity “Secret Mission” research team encouraging everyone to be active. Your child will be tasked with testing out a series of challenges in two separate six week booklets using the equipment supplied in the HEART Project backpack. They should work through the pages, test out the challenges and use the stickers to show when they have finished their testing. Every three weeks they should return the booklet to school and they will receive an extra piece of equipment to test out. After six weeks there will be a second booklet with new activities to try. At the end of the project there will be a medal and certificate for all those pupils who have completed the research mission.
Dear Parents / Carers
Although the country is following the government road map out of lockdown, all our safety procedures in school will remain the same until we are officially told it is safe to change them.
The children will remain in their bubbles in school and the staggered start and finish times will continue as below. Thank you.
Neve and Imogen – Nursery
Elsie and Vienna – Reception
Lily and Lainie – Reception / Year 1
Alice and Jenson – Year 1
Emmett and Jessica – Year 2
Amelai and Ellie – Year 3
Sophia and Jasmine – Year 3/4
Mia and Liliana – Year 4
Mia and Eli –
Lucy and Lexi –
Year 5 / 6
Charlie and William
Dear Parents / Carers
Following the release of the government’s guidance on the reopening of schools, we will be welcoming all our children back to school on March 8th. We are so looking forward to seeing them all again!
Attendance will be mandatory but we know that returning to school is vital for children’s education and for their wellbeing.
We want everyone to feel as safe and secure as possible upon their return and the government have produced comprehensive guidance for a system of controls for children and staff to effectively reduce risks and create an inherently safer environment.
School will operate just as it did before Christmas, as all the safety measures were then in place. We will continue to ask for your support and respect for all our safety measures and systems, including following the drop and pick up procedures when large numbers of adults are on site. Read more…
It is World Book Day on Thursday 4th March and this year we have adopted a ‘Bedtime Story’ theme. To kick-start our celebrations, we will be uploading videos of our staff sharing their favourite bedtime stories for the children to enjoy at home. This will begin on Monday 1st March and there will be a link to these within the newsfeed on our website – keep checking; we will be adding new stories every day! Read more…