Wet Dismissal at Home Time
Year 3 will be collected as normal from the outside doors of the classroom.
Year 4 will be collected from Year 3 classes on the lower floor, from the outside doors as well, as follows:
- Class 6 from Class 5 (around the building)
- Class 7 from Class 4 (around the building)
- Class 8 from Class 3 (around the building)
- Class 9 from Class 2
- Class 10 from Class 1
Year 5 will be collected from under the shelters around the office block.
Year 6 will be seated in 4 rows (classes), in the Bottom Hall.
Year 6 children who go home alone will be dismissed from their classroom.
- 08/05/20Friday 8th May 2020 is a Bank holiday to celebrate 75 years since VE Day - Victory in Europe Day. We will resume to our normal programme of lessons on Google Classroom on Monday 11th May 2020.Read Full Story
Year 4 SuperstarsYear 4 students have been learning about the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day. This day celebrates when World War Two ended in Europe and the fighting stopped.Read Full Story
VE Day 75th Anniversary 2020Today, we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the day World War Two ended. This was the day that the Germans signed an unconditional surrender to the allies. It was the end of 6 years of war, that had killed millions of people. These included men and women from the armed forces and millions...Read Full Story
Covid 19 Information in Different LanguagesHere are some links to information that explains Covid 19 in a variety of languages. https://www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk/coronavirus-information/# https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/my-hero-you - Story suitable for 7- 13 years old https://www.mind...Read Full Story
Sun Awareness Week 2020Every year, the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) runs a national campaign around skin cancer called Sun Awareness, which includes national Sun Awareness Week in May. This year’s Sun Awareness Week will be held from the 4th - 10th May 2020. Children and adults ar...Read Full Story
School closure update: 27.04.20Dear All We hope that you are all keeping healthy and well. School still remains closed to most children until further notice to safeguard public health. If you require any support or guidance, please ASK! Sarah (Headteacher) and other members of the Leadership Team are on site, so...Read Full Story
Update 27.04.20This week, children will continue to access learning tasks from Google Classroom and obtain support from their teachers. The Remote Learning page provides support for parents and carers to ensure continuity of children's education at home.Read Full Story
Year 6 Super ScientistsIn Science, Year 6 students explored the concept ‘Light’ and used the idea that light travels in straight lines to explain why shadows have the same shape as the objects that cast them.Read Full Story
Oak National AcademyOn Monday 20th April, a government-funded online learning platform - the Oak National Academy - was launched.Read Full Story
My Hero is You... how kids can fight COVID-19!Please follow the link below - it enables the story to be read in: English, Russian, French, Ukranian, Bahasa Malay, Arabic, Spanish, German and Turkish.Read Full Story
Closure update: 09.04.20Following Government advice, School remains closed to most children until further notice to safeguard public health.Read Full Story
School closure update: 06.04.20Following Government advice, School remains closed to mostt childen until further notice to safeguard public health.Read Full Story