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Parents - please come along to the Parent Community meeting on Tuesday 14th November from 3.30pm in the 6R classroom. The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss key dates for this term and to allocate roles and responsibilities for the Table Top sale, Festive Fair and Winter Disco.
Grab yourself a bargain at our first event run by parents, for parents, taking place in the Key Stage 1 hall from 3.30pm to 4.30pm!
Come along to our very first event run by parents for parents, taking place in the Key Stage 1 hall from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. At the table top sale you'll find new and used goods, handmade arts and crafts, cakes and much, much more. Support the school and grab yourself a bargain in the process. If you'd like to rent a table top to sell your own items please ask at the school office.
An opportunity for Year 2-6 parents to find out how to support your children with their English learning at home. Please arrive at the office by 9.00 am so that the session can begin promptly at 9.05am.
This week we were thrilled to invite our existing parents and our new parents to our Reception open morning. We had a great turn out and both the staff and the children took pride in showing them around our amazing early years environment. Thank you to all those who came and please don't forget to sign up for a place in our fantastic Reception classes for September 2018.
If you need any further information or support please come in to the school to book an appointment and we will happily support you were possible.
On Wednesday this week, Year 2 and 3 were lucky enough to have a special visit from Adrian Barnett, who usually lives deep in the Amazon rainforest! He spoke to Year 2 about different habitats and how animals adapt to these habitats. Year 3's talk was all about the Stone Age where they discovered how humans developed over millions of years and how important the Stone Age is to our society today.
All of the children asked such great questions and learnt so many facts. Many thanks to Adrian!
This week year 6 went to the Imperial War Museum to learn more about their topic of World War 2. They were totally amazed by the historical artefacts throughout the museum. One child said, "I was lucky enough to meet a man named Peter who had fought in World War 2 and his father fought in World War 1. He told us a few stories about what it was like back then!"
The whole year represented our school beautifully and have a fantastic trip. Big thank you to the Mums and Grans that came with us!