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The Reading Café


Introducing 'The Reading Café'! As part of this term's topic, Stories, we have decided to put on a reading cafe for every class. Parents will be invited into school to read and take part in activities with their child. We are hoping this will encourage some children to read at home and will be a brilliant bonding experience for children and parents. It will also give parents the opportunity to come into class and see what their child is learning. Look out for your invite to come and join your child's class in The Reading Café.

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The Reading Cafe - Jaguar Class


Jaguar Class enjoyed going on a bear hunt this afternoon with their parents and carers. We read the story and took part in a sensory walk.

'We can't go over it, we can't go under it, oh no, we've got to go through it!'

The children, parents and staff enjoyed getting wet in the river, dirty in the mud and cold in the snowstorm. Here are the photos of our adventure. 

The Reading Café - Lion Class


Lion Class enjoyed the Reading Café this afternoon. Parents came in to school and enjoyed a teddy bear's picnic with cake and custard! We read different stories about bears and even played pass the parcel. All of the children, staff and parents enjoyed the afternoon and can't wait for the next one!

10/12/18 - Christmas Fayre


Our Christmas Fayre was AMAZING! We had lots on sale, including crafts the children had made and crafts our Parent Group had made. Our raffle went well and the chocolate tombola was a popular choice with the children. We raised a massive £1047! This will help towards our new soft play area. Thank you to everyone who came.

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Maisie, a therapy dog and her trainer came into school to spend time with the children. Maisie was extremely well behaved and enjoyed the attention off all the children. Here are some photos of Lion Class

and Maisie!        

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A big hello from Sarah and Dani our new Family Support Coordinators. Their role is to provide additional  support to families to encourage positive outcomes for all pupils. This can include telephone queries, attending a variety of meetings and offering support and advice where necessary.

Sarah and Dani will also be monitoring pupil’s attendance, please ring before 9am to let them know of any  absences.

Sarah and Dani are hoping to organise successful family support sessions that will offer guidance and activities for families. These sessions allow for informal chats and information sharing. Everyone is welcome to attend.