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Introduction from our Head

Mr. Graham Gunn, our Head Teacher, talks about our school

Mr Gunn

We offer a happy and secure environment where learning is both challenging and fun! We seek to provide the best conditions to enable children to flourish; to grow up to be respectful, thoughtful, confident and caring. We are committed to making sure that school is a special place that allows everyone to thrive – academically and socially. As a Christian school we recognise that we are all equal in the eyes of God and that we possess unique gifts. We seek to nurture these ‘gifts’ to create a vibrant school community where individuals are encouraged to work together for the common good. The principle ‘love God, love neighbour’ governs our attitudes and our actions and all these things are reflected in the school mission statement ‘Faith, Excellence and Enjoyment.’



Staff Training Day: School Closed


Y1 to Trent Park

Y1 to Trent Park


Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning (school dining room)

Updated 15.09.2017

We have created a new ‘Holiday Clubs’ page on the website within the ‘Information’ tab (please visit to find out more about this autumn term initiative). Reservations for October half-term and October staff training days can now be made by returning your forms to the school office.

Macmillan Coffee Morning, 8.55 am, Friday 29th September: Mrs. Becker is again running a coffee morning in support of Macmillan Cancer Support. Please join us if you can.

Please visit the Extra Curricular Clubs page too, where you will find up to date information about the clubs we are offering this term for children from Y1 through to Y6.

Educational visits to Central London: trips to central London were postponed last term following terrorist incidents in the UK. There are no plans to reintroduce such trips at the moment. Governors will meet to review the situation soon and you will be notified of any changes to this arrangement should they arise. We still intend to offer a full programme of activities both at and beyond school, so please be assured that our innovative creative curriculum will not be adversely affected by this decision.

Oxfam Collection: We welcome monetary donations alongside your harvest food donations for our harvest festival church assembly at 2 pm on FRIDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER. We have a whole school ‘topic’ of Social Justice this half-term and we would love to support Oxfam in their sustained effort to eradicate inequality around the world.