Here is your weekly bulletin. News, reminders and links to recently published posts you might have missed:

Mrs Stafford (1 Chestnut) announced the safe, but 10 days overdue, arrival of baby Jack on the 31st of May. 7lb 14oz in case anyoe was wondering!

Congrats and commiserations to our super Sports TA Miss Baker, who played in the rugby union national finals for Notts, Lincs and Derbyshire against Cornwall at the weekend. Lots of us watched this online or on TV, cheering NLD on, although Cornwall ran out winners.

Reception have been showing some fantastic artistic skills. What progress they have made!

Mrs Hinton posted an update of the latest digital developments:

Our cricketers – all Year 5 or 6 except for the incredilbe Year 3 Oli – came equal first at the tournament to find Gedling’s champions:

There is a bargain book sale, today, Friday 10th:

Year 4 have been busily preparing for their statutory national times tables checks:

Year 1 are currentlly working trhrough their statutory national Phonics Screening Checks

A number of children have been nominated for Transform Trust Awards, to be presented at a special assembly on the 24th:

Year 4 are off to the Nottingham open Tennis today (10th):

Mrs Hinton has been presented with her National Teacher of the Year Award:

Our girls’ football team had an astonishing result in their Gedling Champions League quarter-final:

Our ‘a’ team footballers went out of their Gedling Champions League quarter final, but with a great performance and heads held high:

All of our classes have taken delivery of a lot of new books, deliberately chosen to better reflect our diverse community. Here’s a view from  Reception on this:

There was lots going on around the Jubilee, including a giant picnic. Two examples here: Some tree planting and a view from Reception:


We have been seeing a big increase in the number of children collected late from after school clubs. We would like to politely remind you that attendance at clubs is conditonal on the children being collected on time. Staff run these clubs voluntarily in their own time and it is patently unfair to add to the length of their day and interfere with their own arrangements. By way of example, one member of staff this week missed their own children’s pick up as they were here still, over half an hour late, awaiting collection of children at the club they had been running.

Diary for next week:

Friday (17th) is the finals day of the Transform Football Championship, hosted by us from 12:30pm. Players selected have already been notified by letter.

Further ahead:

The Summer Fair is scheduled for Friday 1st July

Year One have a trip to Wollaton Park on Monday June 20th

Y6 SAT results are published (to us) online on the 5th of July. We will share asap after that, same day if possible.

Open Evening is Monday 18th July, 3:45-5:30pm. You are welcome to visit school, see you child’s current/new teacher etc.