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Stop Press 15th March 2019

Stop Press 15th March 2019

News items for week ending 15th March 2019

Attendance for this week

Lower School:        Inkpen        100%                    

Upper School:        Walliams      97.2%          

Well done to both of these classes


Communications sent out this week:


 Applicable year group

 How it was distributed

LA SEND letter regarding visit

Whole School

Stop Press 8/3/19 & email 13/3/19


World Book Day – Thursday 7th March - UPDATE

The winners from World Book Day were as follows:

The Blue Balloon: Mick Inkpen

Mrs Large: Jill Murphy

The overall winner at KS2 was Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney

Runners up were:

A hole in the zoo: Mick Inkpen

The Jolly postman: Allan Ahlberg

The BFG: Roald Dahl

The Worst Witch: Jill Murphy

Well done to everyone who dressed up, it was a tremendous effort by all, you were all winners!!  Please click here and here for photos.


Year 5/6 Football Tournament

Congratulations to those pupils who reached the Crystal Palace for Life Foundation, knock-out quarter finals round at Trinity School on Thursday!  Click here for a team photo.


Science Week

All pupils have had an amazing week experimenting and learning disgusting and intriguing science!  Please ask your child what they have learnt!


Pyjama Day –  Friday 22nd March

Pupils can wear their Pyjamas to school on Friday 22nd March for £1 for our Eggstravaganza!  Please look out for details on our Easter Enterprise that are to follow.


Children’s Centre

As you may know there will be changes this year to children’s centres and how Surrey County Council supports families.

The new approach will involve Surrey County Council focusing its resources on helping the families most in need of support, which means that some of the existing children’s centres will close and others will become Family Centres. Surrey County Council will no longer provide universal services for all families at Family Centres but other organisations, such as health visitors, may offer these at the centres and at other community venues.

You can use the Family Information Directory to find universal and other services, support groups, activities, events and more.

The changes will take place at different times across Surrey’s 11 districts and boroughs, so to make sure families can find out what is happening in their area the district and borough pages on the Family Information Service website will be regularly updated from April. They will provide information about when current activities offered at children’s centres will close and where Family Centres will open.

In addition there is a new page on the website which provides information about the final proposals that were agreed by Surrey County Council’s Cabinet. This also has a link to the results of the consultation that was undertaken to get views and suggestions on the draft proposals.

Kind regards,

Children Centre Team


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11+ Mock Tests @ Woodcote High School

Please click here to see the flyer regarding upcoming 11+ mock tests.


KS1 – Movie and Onesie – Save the Date!

On Wednesday 3rd April, we will be having a Movie and Onesie event for KS1! More details to follow.



As well as your child’s class teacher, please can you also let the Upper School Main Office know of any appointments, clubs and any other notices.  You can email at  Thank you for your cooperation.


The Word of the Week was

Upper School           ‘parsimonious’ – frugal; doesn’t spend a lot of money

Lower School            ‘vast’ – very large area; extremely large in size


Please note, if articles are submitted late for publication, they will be published in the following weeks’ stop press