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Return to school 

8th March Return

We are looking forward to welcoming the children back to our ‘new normal’. As successful as the remote learning has been, having the children in school is what we all want and it will be great to see everybody in person.


Arrival and Collection

Adults need to wear masks. Once you have dropped off or collected your child, please leave immediately. This will enable better social distancing and improve parking.

Please arrive between 08.40am and 08.59am to drop your children off.

We will have a staggered collection time. Please arrive for your child at the correct time, again to enable better social distancing and improve parking.

Class 1 and Nursery and older siblings

Class 2 and older siblings

Class 3

14.45 - 14.55

14.55 – 15.05

15.05 -15.15


School dinners

We have requested that our school kitchen opens on the 8th March so children can have a warm cooked meal. Hopefully we will be able to confirm menus with you next week.


PE clothes and Outdoor clothes

On these days please come to school in appropriate PE clothes and old outdoor learning clothes (including wellies in a bag). 


Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

PE Day




Outdoor learning Day





On Monday 8th, please could everybody wear full school uniform.


World Book Day

On the 4th March, it is World Book Day. If you are at school or at home we would love to see you dress up for the occasion. A full schedule for the day will be sent out by teachers next week.


Thank you all 

Dear Parents and carers,

Thank you

I would like to say a huge thank you to the children, parents, carers and staff for this half-term. Everybody has really gone the extra mile.

Friday afternoon
After half-term we will be open on Friday afternoons.

Inset Day
Monday 22nd February is an inset day, so school will be closed to all children and there will be no remote learning set. 

Wider opening
We will be awaiting the government announcement during half-term regarding school opening, and we will communicate with you all once we know what this looks like in more detail. 

Have a wonderful half-term. You all deserve a bit of a rest!

Best wishes, 

Mr Hannah


Home Learning Heroes 

I have been loving the variety of home learning that has been sent in today. It is great to see you are getting outside with your learning as well spending your time writing and typing. Will there be snow to play in today? 


Home Learning Heroes  

More and more emails have come flooding in with photos of your home learning. We have fire of London painting, pyramids, Egyptian biscuits and sweets and even a clay cartouche. Keep up the amazing work everybody!


Lent Collective Worship 

This Collective Worship, brought to us by the Church of England, explores Lent, the period of reflection in the run up to the Christian festival of Easter.

Collective Worship for Primary Schools - Lent (S3E2) | The Church of England 


Safer Internet Day  

The theme for this year is 'an internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world'.

The idea behind the focus for this year is to look at why inaccurate content exists, where it comes from, and what young people can do in response.

We know that the issues of misinformation and ‘fake news’ do not solely affect young people, but that these issues do have a great impact on how young people feel about their time online.

We want to help equip young people with the skills they need to spot inaccurate content, which can sometimes be a complex task. Once young people feel more comfortable separating fact from fiction it is important that we then help them to take the next steps in helping to create an internet full of trustworthy and reliable information.

The link below provides information for children which is age-related, as well as information for carers and parents about how they can keep their children safe online: 

Safer Internet Day 2021 Top Tips | Safer Internet Centre


School Celeb 

A huge well done to Indiee for making it into an issue of Country Walking magazine. Indiee and all the family are big fans of walking and this picture shows them out and about in the recent snow. I will have to get Indiee to give me a signed copy!


Home Learning Heroes 

Here is another quick snapshot of some of the amazing home learning photos that have been sent into school. You really are such a talented bunch. We are missing you all so much in school and we hope to see you all soon in person, rather than just on TEAMs. 


Top Tips for Lockdown 


Children's Mental Health Week Assembly 


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