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  • Weekly Class Attendance

    Published 17/09/21

    Attendance for week ending 20th May 2022:-

    Y6 Turing - 88.33%

    Y5 Earhart - 90%

    Y3/4 Parks - 95.52%

    Y2 Lovelace - 95%

    Y1 Anning - 96.67%

    F2 Little Explorers - 88.1%

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  • A window on our school...

    Published 21/05/22

    This week, we have taken photographs of the children playing and learning together - we thought you might like to see them! Click on a photo to start the slide show...

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  • Important information about personal, social and health education-Jigsaw

    Published 16/05/22

    Important information to read...

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  • Celebrating the Queen's Jubilee!

    Published 15/05/22
    On Friday 27th of May we will be having a wonderful time celebrating the Queens Platinum Jubilee as a whole school.  On that day we would like to invite the children to wear red, white, blue or a mixture of all three colours!&n
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  • Homework Expectations Reminder.

    Published 10/05/22
    We have noticed a dip in children meeting our school homework expectations. In our recent parent survey, 97% of parents said that they knew how to support their child at home. Please encourage your child to keep up with our homework expectations as a
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  • Covid Update, 18th April 2022

    Published 18/04/22

    From 1 April 22, updated government guidance advises people with symptoms of a respiratory infection, including COVID-19, and a high temperature or who feel unwell, to try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people until they feel well enough to resume normal activities and they no longer have a high temperature.

    Anyone with a positive COVID-19 test result will be advised to try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people when they are most infectious:

    • Adults: 5 days
    • Children: 3 days

    We would ask all families to exercise great caution when considering if their child is well enough to attend school. This will allow us to maintain optimum staffing levels and ensure as many children as possible stay well and can continue to come to school.

    The latest NHS advice for children can be found here: Please note that the NHS has significantly expanded the list of symptoms linked to covid-19.

    Please let us know if you have any questions.

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  • Let's Sing 2022

    Published 03/04/22


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  • Dragon's Roar- April

    Published 01/04/22
    The Spring Term has whizzed by us in, what feels like, the blink of an eye… but what a term it has been. The children have been fabulous and have shown a superb commitment to their learning and we are so proud of the progress they have made.
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  • Egg Rolling Champion 2022!

    Published 01/04/22

    Our Egg Rolling Champion 2022!

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  • Parents' Evening

    Published 15/03/22
    Parents’ Evening: 28th March and 30th March 2022 This will be an opportunity for parents and carers to come into school and discuss their children’s progress in person with the class teacher. Parents and carers will also get
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  • Science Week 2022!

    Published 13/03/22
    We are all very excited to be participating in British Science Week this week. Miss Rayns, our school Science Lead, kindly put together a SCIENCETASTIC week for all the children to enjoy before she went on maternity leave- Thanks Miss Rayns!&nbs
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  • Covid-19 update 5/3/22

    Published 05/03/22

    We are aware that some local schools are still experiencing high levels of Covid-19 amongst staff and pupils – Covid-19 is still posing a health risk and causing considerable disruption to children’s education. To help reduce the spread of the virus, please: 

    • Continue to be very attentive to any potential symptoms of Covd-19.
    • Do not send your child to school if they have symptoms of Covid-19 or they have a positive LFT.
    • Book a PCR test if your child has symptoms of Covid-19.

    All families should all continue to follow guidance on People with COVID-19 and their contacts if anyone in the household has COVID-19 symptoms.

    Children absent with Covid must not return until they have had 2 negative LFTs taken 24 hours apart from Day 5 onwards. If LFTs remain positive, then they should continue to isolate for the full 10 days.

    You can still call 119 for Covid-19 advice or visit the NHS website.

    Please call school if you have any questions.

    Many thanks for your ongoing support.




    How to safely return to your normal routine before 10 days

    Many people will no longer be infectious to others after 5 days. You may choose to take an LFD test from 5 days after your symptoms started (or the day your test was taken if you did not have symptoms) followed by another LFD test the next day. If both these test results are negative, and you do not have a high temperature, the risk that you are still infectious is much lower and you can safely return to your normal routine

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