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We have signed up to be part of the Bike It Plus programme again this year which encourages active travel within our community.  Lots of events and activities will take place throughout the year including workshops, competitions and events.  A Bike It Crew will be selected from our current Y5 class to help us organise these activities.

Our first event will take place on Monday 9th December.  Mollie, our Bike It Officer, will be visiting our school and will set up a ‘Map and Chat’ session for parents at drop off before school.  This will give parents an opportunity to discuss and find out different possible routes for sustainable active travel.  On the same day we will be holding a BE SEEN BE BRIGHT day where children will be encouraged to decorate their bikes, scooters or bags as brightly as possible.  There will be prizes for the best bike, scooter or bag.

Please watch this space for future events!

New material is constantly added to our school website. New pages which will interest you within the INFORMATION tab include – THE WIDER SCHOOL CURRICULUM, SPORTS ENRICHMENT, SPORTS GRANT & SPORT IN SCHOOL … & our SPECIAL SCHOOL EVENTS pages. Special events PHOTOS will also be added to the GALLERY at the foot of every page

Christmas Jumper day on Friday 13th December.

Please bring in £1 in exchange for wearing a Christmas jumper to school.  All money raised will be donated to Save the Children.

PTFA Advent Fayre

Saturday 7th December @ 12 – 4pm

Healthy Weight coffee morning on Wednesday 29th January @ 9am

Please join us for a parent coffee morning to find out about healthy eating, oral health and health promotion.

Parent Safeguarding Workshop

Tuesday 11th February 1.30-3.00pm

Introduction from our Head

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

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.’



Christmas Jumper Day

Donate £2 and wear a Christmas jumper to school


Junior Carol service


Pupils Christmas lunch