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News items for week ending 23rd November.

Attendance for this week

Lower School:                  Murphy         99.0%

Upper School:                  Wells             99.2%

Well done to both of these classes

Communications this week:


Applicable year group

How it was distributed

Swimming lessons letter

Year 6

Hard copy

Penalty Notices letter

Whole School

Hard copy

NSPCC Online Safety Workshop

If you would like to attend the free NSPCC Online Safety Workshop being held on Tuesday 4th December at 2pm in the Upper School Hall, then please return your reply slip to either school office indicating how many places you would like. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.


School Photographs

Proofs have been sent home with the children this week. If you are placing an order via the school please ensure that it is returned to the school office by no later than Monday 3rd December.



As the colder weather is setting in, please do take extra care when walking across the playgrounds as they may be slippery in places.



As you are aware we now do a large part of our communication electronically, either by email or via the website. However hard copy letters are still sent out occasionally and we also notify parents of any first aid treatment given by issuing either a red or pink slip. Please remember to regularly check with your children if they have any letters for you from the school.


Footwear for Forest School!

The children at the Upper School have been enjoying their Forest School sessions, but due to the change in weather we are in need of spare pairs of suitable footwear for the children to wear when participating in Forest School. Therefore, if you have any old Wellington boots or other suitable footwear which your child has grown out of and no longer needs, we would be very grateful if you could donate them for our KS2 children to use! Please place any donations in the collection box outside of the Year 3 entrance.

Thanks in advance from Mr Boffa.