... but today we have our very own Remembrance Day poppy field. Thank you children, parents and carers for making y… https://t.co/lA1fDaWSCc
We started off last week with only a handful of beautiful recycled poppies...
What a lovely letter from the Minister of State for School Standards, congratulating us on our 2019 phonics scores… https://t.co/uug6n8dn0g
What an amazing Year 2 assembly this morning. Children, you are all superstars and we are all so very proud of you.… https://t.co/OV8jfVFq8Y
It's Friday already and that means only one thing... it's time to find out who has been chosen by the midday assist… https://t.co/pAV3ICnA8r
We wonder which children in Years 1 and 2 have managed to get their names into our sparkling Golden Book this week?… https://t.co/VvKksqiuTX
Has anyone seen the villainous Professor Slime? Our Year 1 Superheroes are searching for him everywhere, following… https://t.co/GVKM50ELpx
Welcome back! We wish all of our new Reception and Nursery children a wonderful start to school and a huge welcome… https://t.co/Y7P7PNaZWJ
...On behalf of the staff and governors, we wish all our children, parents and their extended families a wonderful… https://t.co/WfskgmNhkr
It's holiday time! We have been overwhelmed with the kind gifts and cards that we have received from our children a… https://t.co/ZhjA1RHXc2
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