What a term it has been, but we have made it through! Thank you to our whole school community for your hard work, support and positivity. You have all been incredible. Have a sunny, relaxing and so well deserved Easter break and we will see you all again in the summer term!
What an 'eggciting' day we have all had! There has been music, dancing, Easter egg hunting and even a visit from this little fellow, the Easter Bunny! Thank you to @sainsburys for supplying the Easter treats!
It’s the end of the week and we are a very happy, full school once again! We’ve all had such a wonderful week catching up and have loved being back in the classroom! Well done to all of our amazing children, parents and staff team. Have a lovely weekend!
Our very first remote Golden Book Assembly is now available to view on our website, or via our school You Tube Channel! Well done to this week's Golden Book winners! Keep working hard children, we are so very proud of you all.
...and so we reach the end of a very busy and action packed Autumn Term, in what has been a year we will never forget. On behalf of the staff and governors, we wish all our children, parents and their extended families an enjoyable, restful and safe holiday and a very lucky 2021.
...and of course we had a visit from Father Christmas himself (and his magical elf... who looks rather familiar!).
Wow what an amazing day! Thank you @MandMTheatrical for your brilliant pantomime of ‘The Wizard of Oz’. It was so cleverly done. We all loved it!
Eloise's Chicken Fajitas are going down a treat! Well done Eloise for designing such a delicious dish, and thank you to our talented cooks @mellorscatering for making lunchtime so special!
It is anti-bullying week next week. The theme for this year is ‘United Against Bullying.' To start the week we will be taking part in #OddSocksDay on Monday so please support by wearing odd socks to school! #AntiBullyingWeek #unitedagainstbullying.
We wish all of our families a very relaxing and happy half-term break and look forward to seeing you all again on Tuesday 3rd November 2020.
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