parents' evening - monday 13th & tuesday 14th march 

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school news 

Industrial Strike Action - Thursday 2nd March 2023 

As you will know, strike action is planned by the National Education Union (NEU) for Thursday 2nd March. 


Where classes will be closed, we have been able to offer a small number of places following the government's guidance on ‘Vulnerable Children and Young People’. In these small number of cases we will be contacting parents to organise this care. 

We can confirm  that we do intend to open for certain classes, due to expected adequate staffing. The classes that we currently expect to open as normal are:

For classes not listed above (Nursery, Year 5 and Year 6),  we can not currently confirm if those classes will be closed or not. Because of this, we do advise that parents begin to make arrangements for their children to not be in school on this day. It is possible that the situation could change and we will keep you updated between now and Thursday 2nd March.

Lent Fundraising 

This year, we will be raising money throughout Lent for Cafod, and two breast cancer charities. We kicked things off with a very successful cake sale today and will be running a different fundraising activity every Friday until the end of term. 

Friday 3rd March - Easter Colouring Competition 

Pupils pay 50p to enter a Stations of the Cross themed picture into a class competition. The winner in each class will win an Easter egg! 

Friday 10th March - Penny Trail 

We are asking pupils to bring in change in order to create a huge penny trail around the school playground. 

Friday 17th March - Beat the Goalie 

Children pay £1 and will be able to try and score a penalty against the teachers and lots of other fun activities. 

Friday 24th March - Break the Rules Day 

Children have the chance to break some of our school rules!! More details to follow! 

Friday 31st March - Easter Egg Raffle

Raffle tickets will be sold for 20p a ticket or 6 tickets for £1.

We will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 3rd March. 

Children are welcome to come into school dressed as their favourite book character, however this is optional and children will not be expected to be in fancy dress if they would prefer not to. 

We will also be welcoming our friend and author Karen George back to school to work with the children on some exciting story activities. 

After School Clubs 

After school clubs are now back up and running.

Club bookings are not carried over from last term, so please ensure your child is booked in for this term's sessions using the School Gateway App. Please do not assume they will have a space because they attended last term.

For more information on the clubs we have on offer, head to our After School Clubs page 

Girls Football 

The final outing of the girls football team was yesterday and having been inspired by the Lionesses performance on Wednesday night they were raring to go! The girls showed some fantastic team work: encouraging each other to keep going and celebrated each other's successes. It was against tough opposition but they came away with a number of goals scored and other teams commenting on our brilliant goalie skills. Well played everyone!  

Uniform/PE Kits 

Please can we once again remind parents that children should be coming into school in the correct uniforms, and PE kits on their correct day.

Children should not be wearing branded sports wear for PE, and should instead be wearing a plain white t-shirt and plain black shorts/leggings/joggers. We will make contact with parents of children who do not come to school in the correct kit, and children may also be provided with spare kit to change into. 

If you would like more information about our school uniform, visit


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 Gamiel - For learning to ride a bike using the pedals - well done! Your determination and practice paid off! 

Year 1 

Muhammed and Kodi - for fantastic reading!  What superstars you are! 

Year 2 

Jamaica - for following instructions, when we made bread in class. You made an excellent loaf and then tidied up with no mess! Well done. 

Year 3 

Matheo - for fantastic letter formation and improving his handwriting 

Flynn- For his fantastic progress in Art. Flynn worked incredibly hard to develop his sketching skills. Well done, Flynn! 

Year 4 

 Ivan and Abby- For using their understanding of Biblical stories to contribute great knowledge in class during RE this week.  

Year 5 

Year 5 Campers - for cheering each other on at camp this week, cleaning up and working hard on the challenges as a team! 

Conrad - for an all round brilliant 3 days in Year 2. You have been helpful, kind and we have really appreciated your hard work 

Year 6 

Freya and Maisie - for combining their knowledge of WW2 and biographies to independently research and create some fantastic writing about other women heroes during the war.