World Book Day 2019

As you will know from the recent newsletter, World Book Day is taking place on Thursday 7th March. This year we have decided not to ask the children to dress up as book characters,  they will instead be producing a piece of writing (each class will have a theme) during...

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Momo Challenge – advice for parents

As you may have read in the news recently the Momo Challenge is an extremely disturbing game that conceals itself within other harmless looking games and online videos played by children. Several children have come into school today talking and worrying about the content. We thought it might be beneficial...

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Blinded by The Light

“It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light” Aristotle The light looks so beautiful this time of year. The sun is rising earlier and when it cuts through the trees – it is beautiful. It is so important that we all feel the warmth...

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There’s a Starman…………

This time of year the night sky offers an ever-changing display of fascinating objects that you can see. From stars and constellations to bright planets, the moon and sometimes special events like meteor showers. If you have the app ‘SkyView’ on your phone – you can even see space junk....

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Strength In Numbers

As you know, we have had a big push on maths this year. Every member of staff has been encouraging the children to enjoy maths – especially when we are surrounded by numbers in our every day lives. Below you will find a little bit of maths fun. Try it...

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It was snow joke!!!

What a week! At the same time as we were saying goodbye to January, we were saying hello to a power cut, snow and freezing temperatures. A big thank you to our site manager Keith for making sure that the school remained open. It was snow joke as he cleared...

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ThinkUKnow – online safety

Keeping children safe online is vital. Please check out the new ThinkUKnow section that we have added to our website under the PARENTS section. Here is the link  https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk ThinkUKnow is aimed at making young people think about who they are talking to online especially when so many children are playing...

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