The PTFA have arranged a non-school uniform day on Friday 17th June. Instead of paying money for your child to come to school wearing their own clothes, we would like to ask you all to contribute a tin, packet or bottle for the Tombola at the Summer Fete (which will take place on Saturday 2nd July). Please give these donations to your child's class teacher. Please note, children are not allowed to wear football shirts and must wear sensible shoes. This does not apply to Year 2 who are on a school trip that day and will need to wear their school uniform. However, we will give Year 2 their own Mufti Day on a different date.
We currently have vacancies for three parent governors. This is an opportunity for you to become involved in shaping the education and welfare of our pupils, both for those here today and those who will be with us in the future. There are no qualifications required to become a Governor, just an interest in education and a willingness to give up some of your free time. There is an evening meeting of all governors once a term and in addition you will need to attend the meeting of one of our committees. If you are interested in becoming a parent governor, please collect a letter containing more information and a nomination form from the school office. It is important that parents are represented on the governing body. I hope you will consider nominating yourself. Completed nomination forms need to be returned to the school office in a sealed envelope by Tuesday 21st June.
Badger's won the best attendance for coming to school every day and we got to go to Merlin's Magic Castle. When we got there all of us began to play. I was the most playful one. Me, Kellie, Lewis and Oliver went to the dark swing. I threw balls at Harrison and Oliver. Finally all of us had a picture. When we got back we were so sweaty that we all wanted a drink. It was an exciting but sweaty day - thankyou! Yara Abdul Majeed
On Friday 4th February Badger Class whent to Merlin's Magic Castle. I was excited going there. When we were in there we played cookie catcher. Kamil was catching us then I went on the red slide and I slid on the balls. It was very fun! Then I went to the curved slide. When I went down it was very dark and I went back up again. Leigh DeGuzman
I'm so glad you all had a good time. I wonder which class has the best attendance this term? Mrs Smith
Have a look at more photos in the Gallery
Last term, Ladybird class were the class with the best attendance within Foundation Stage. They were rewarded with a trip to Merlin's Magic Castle at Sutton Arena. They played in the ball pit, walked along the bridges and had great fun running around. They all had a fantastic time! One of the children drew this lovely picture of them walking on the bridge. Have a look in our school gallery for some more drawings from Ladybird Class.
Well done Ladybirds - lovely pictures! Mrs Smith
A nationally recognised qualification to enhance skills and career opportunities within the Child Care sector. Look at the pdf file containing more information in the file downloads section of our website.