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Updated 11.09.2018

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL. We hope that you all had a lovely summer. The children have settled in to their new classes very quickly and the term has got off to an excellent start with great behaviour and learning! This is always a busy term so please keep abreast of events by visiting the website regularly. Lots of items will be added to the website calendar in the next few days and important information posted to class pages by teachers.

Updated 11.09.18

P.E kit and Games: P.E. kits for all pupils, Y1-Y6 must be kept in school Monday to Friday and only taken home at the weekend for washing. Children are not permitted to participate in P.E. lessons without the correct kit so please support your child’s learning by ensuring this.
‘Meet the Teachers’ – meetings have been arranged for the week commencing Monday 17th September. Please check your mobile phone for details pertaining to your children’s classes and/or look at the school calendar to confirm day and time of meetings. This is an opportunity for you to find out more about the focus of learning for the year, understand the needs and priorities of the class and discover ways that you can support learning at home. Please make every effort to attend. Meetings will last no longer than 30 minutes.
Junior games lessons: KS2 games lessons take place on Tuesday afternoons. Lessons during ‘autumn half-term 1’ are for Y5 & Y6; lessons for ‘autumn half-term 2’ for Y3 & Y4. This rotation is continued for the spring term. Please ensure all children have school issue jogging tops & bottoms throughout the cold winter months as many lessons will take place outside.

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.’



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