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  • Happy New Year

    Published 04/01/22

    We hope you have had a lovely Christmas.

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  • Merry Christmas

    Published 10/12/21

    Our Nursery Children have been busy learning Christmas songs to share with you.

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  • School Meals Survey

    Published 18/10/21

    Parent Questionnaire DMBC Catering Services

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  • Newsletter 21.07.2021

    Published 21/07/21

    We hope you all have a fabulous well earned summer break, take advantage of the wonderful weather we are having. We will see you refreshed and rejuvenated on Monday 6th September.

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  • Good Diabetes Care in School Award

    Published 13/07/21

    As part of the school's commitment to supporting pupils with medical conditions we have been nominated for the Good Diabetes Care In School Award.

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  • Activities for Summer 2021

    Published 12/07/21

    Are you looking for something a bit different to do this summer?

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  • School Lunch Theme Day

    Published 17/06/21

    We are having a Woodland Nature Theme Day...

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  • NSPCC Report Abuse in Education Helpline

    Published 21/04/21

    The NSPCC has now launched a free and anonymous helpline for children and young people who have experienced abuse at school.

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  • Newsletter Thursday 1st April

    Published 31/03/21

    Have a wonderful break, Happy Easter. Artwork created by Riad in Year 3.

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  • Newsletter 12.02.2021

    Published 12/02/21

    Half Term Letter from Headteacher  12.02.2021

    Mrs Harvey is so proud of everyone, the learning has been amazing, please have a look at some of the work the children and teachers have been doing below.

    Remote Learning

    We have done some remote learning analysis for the whole school. Everyone is doing so well so a big thank you to all the teachers, support staff, parents/ carers and pupils for all of your hard work. 

    We are up to 90% of pupils from Reception up to Year 6 accessing learning remotely whether that be online (74%), in school (13%) or through home learning packs (19%). 89% of our disadvantaged pupils are working remotely and 91% of our SEN pupils are too which is fantastic! We will be looking at contacting the 10% who are still not accessing learning in order to support them further, but this is a great achievement. This will continue after half term and we will be taking daily registers to ensure that as many pupils as possible are keeping up with the curriculum and not falling behind. 

    We have also opened our nursery a few weeks ago and the children are very much enjoying being taught in a slightly different setting and having new teachers to support them. Well done all nursery staff and pupils. 

    We know it hasn't been easy, but everyone is really pulling together- thank you all! 

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  • School Closure

    Published 24/01/21

    School will be closed Monday 25th January due to snow.

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  • Merry Christmas 2020

    Published 14/12/20

    Enjoy our alternative Nativity from KS1 and Early Years...

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