Our latest newsletter is now available. In it we look at how our governors evaluate impact. Newsletter Summer 2018
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Thank you to all those who voted in the recent ballot to elect a parent governor. We are pleased to announce that Mr Mark Holmes was elected. Thank you also to the other candidate, Mr Kevin Macdonald.
Out Spring 2018 newsletter is now available. In it our Chair, Penny Davies thanks everyone involved in securing our recent successful Ofsted inspection. Newsletter Spring 2018
Our latest newsletter is available here. In it we introduce each of our governors and also outline the agreed priorities for our school this year.
Our latest governor newsletter is available here. In it we explain a little about our strategic planning and our three year work scheme. We also invite you to become part of our governor team. We hope you find it interesting. newsletter-dec-2016
We would like to give a warm welcome to all the parents taking part in out new Triple P Parenting Course
In our School Information section of our website, under School Performance you will be able to find information about our 2016 school results as well as how we measure up in terms of school attendance.
The latest Governor Newsletter is now available. In it there is an update on our work and our membership. We will also be at the transition evening this Wednesday so do please come and see us. Newsletter July 2016
This week in our sleep tight course at school the health visitor has been talking about sleepy foods and the amount of sleep your children need according to their age. We’ll be completing sleep diaries this week. Here’s some interesting information for you. If you need any more support or have any questions, don’t hesitate… Read more »
The explorers have had a busy few weeks learning about animals and how they grow. Two weeks ago we went on a trip to Rand Farm where the children fed the animals, held Guinean pigs and rabbits, had a tractor ride and had a lovely picnic in the play park. It was an exciting day… Read more »