Newsletter – Monday 2nd October

  • Expansion Build News – The Lunchbar Demolition

    Expansion Build News – The Lunchbar Demolition

    We will move out of the lunchbar over October half term and will have a temporary, purpose built, fully fitted kitchen on site to continue to cook our school meals during the works. The children will be eating inside the hall in school throughout the development. During the demolition and construction of the new building,…

  • Black History Month

    Black History Month

    October is International Black History Month in the UK and this year’s UK theme is ‘Sharing Journeys’ – an exploration of the lives and stories of the people who came to Britain in the 19th and 20th centuries and helped lay the foundations of today’s diverse Black British Community. What are we doing in school?…

  • Harvest Festival performances on 19th October 2022

    Harvest Festival performances on 19th October 2022

    We are looking forward to inviting you to our Harvest Festival Services at the Holy Trinity Church on Wednesday 19th October. We will have two services in the morning for KS1 and KS2:10.00am – EYFS and KS1 Performance11.00am – KS2* Performance*Year 4 will not be performing at the church on this day as they will…

  • School Awards – Week 5

    Class Learning StarPAP StarRespect BadgeBe Your Best
    DeaconMillie AryahiLeilaJoscelyn
    James Jess MarleyEvan Richard
    Jeffers ReaganJames KlaraJack
    Rosen RalphLily Megan Rhys
    Cowell IndigoEliaLukeIzzy
    Pichon SamuelJullya Teddy Wren
    Sachar EmmaMikaeelIsaacZeke
    Rauf AavaToriJaydenBella
    Ho-Yen Archie Lauren Paige
  • Colder Weather – Clothing


    Please remember to label your child’s fleece, jumpers and coats! As the colder weather approaches, many children will be bringing more items of clothing and some of these items may be misplaced across the school.
    Ensure your child recognises their items and knows where to look for their name. When it is named, it is much easier to get this back to you. Alternatively, please check lost property in the school office.

  • Attendance – 26th to 30th September

    Staff, parents and pupils come together to maintain and improve attendance every day. More information for parents is available on gov.uk. Our school attendance target for the year is 95%. The whole school attendance last week was 96.7%. Here is the detailed class attendance information:

    McKee Outstanding
    DonaldsonGood
    DeaconOutstanding
    JamesGood
    JeffersOutstanding
    RosenGood
    CowellCould do better
    PichonOutstanding
    SacharGood
    RaufGood
    Ho-Yen Could do better

    Outstanding ~ 98.6-100%
    Good ~ 95—98.5%
    Could do better ~ 94.9% and below

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