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Stop Press 10th May 2019

News items for week ending 10th May 2019

News items for week ending 10th May 2019

Attendance for this week

Lower School:                 Inkpen/Ahlberg     100%          

Upper School:                 Walliams                  99%

Well done to all of these classes!


Communications sent out this week:


 Applicable year group

 How it was distributed

SATs letter

Year 6

Hard copy

Digital Parenting Magazine Whole School Hard copy


Good Luck Year 6!

I know you will all be just as proud as we are of our Year 6 pupils who are undertaking their end of KS2 SATs next week.  They have worked really hard and the staff supporting them have been amazing.  I’m sure they will all be in our thoughts next week.


Trim Trail Upper Site Main Playground

You may have noticed that some parts of the trim trail require repair as they have been taped off for health and safety reasons.  The children have been reminded that this means they should not be playing in this area before or after school.


Year 6 Leaver’s Party

Please refer to the original letter regarding the final payment that is due for the Year 6 leaver’s party.


BBC Surrey KIDS TALK visit

We were very excited that James Cannon came to interview some Year 3 pupils this week!  He has taken their podcast away to edit and we will let you know when it goes live!  He asked many amusing questions such as ‘Do you have any advice for Prince Harry as he has become a new dad?’


Get into Teaching!

Please see the attached Tandridge Trust Alliance flyer for the upcoming GET INTO TEACHING event on Tuesday 21st May, from 9.30-11.30am at St Mary’s School.



We have been asked to remind parents to be considerate when parking near the Lower site, in particular near Batts Farm; where for health and safety purposes, should NOT be used as a turning point.  Thank you for your co-operation.


Polite reminder

Please can we ask the parents of the Infants to keep their children off of the field before school as mud is being walked in through the classrooms.  Thank you, once again, for your co-operation in this matter.


Helping your child deal with anxiety

Please find attached a leaflet that will help recognise anxiety and stress, with tips and advice on how to cope for both children and parents.  Please click here for the leaflet.


The Word of the Week was

Upper School          plethora      - ‘large or excessive amount’

Lower School          fumbled      – ‘do or handle something clumsily’

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