Welcome to this week’s bulletin and news round-up

A busy first week back after the holiday and one in which the weather has scuppered a few planned outdoor events and clubs. At one point yesterday it looked like the MUGA was becoming a replacement for the recently departed swimming pool and out on the field the water was literally¬† coming up over the top of one’s shoes – ankle deep in parts!

Some important posts below – please note that we’ll be ‘off grid’ communicaiotns-wise on Monday. The Parent-Governor nominations close on Monday too. We have had a couple of nominations so far, which we think will lead us to having to run an election. More on this next week… The post about online safety is hugely important. We don’t intend to spread fear or panic, but we do feel it is important to make sure that our community are well-informed, aware of the risks and possible consequences of misuse of social media. It is always tempting to think “it can’t happen here”, but recent events suggest the need for much more caution and control.

We’re making good headway on our Forest School project, the biggest single new development in our school for many a year and one which we hope will provide fantastic new enrichment and wellbeing opportunities for years to come. All very exciting!

Communications Friday 23rd to Tuesday 27th

Social Media Safety

World Book Day

Forest School Update

Sustainable Procurement

School Book Fair

Athletics Success

Parent-Governor Vacancy

Books and Blankets Club

Year 6 Dance Workshop

Year 6 Chinese New Year Celebration



Parent Governor Nominations Close – Monday 26th February

Nursery Stay and Play Sessions – Friday 28th February

Y6 SATs Meeting for Parents/Carers – Monday March 4th, 3:30-4pm

World Book Day – Friday March 7th

Year 5 Residential – Weds 13th to Fri 15th March

Comic Relief (Red Nose Day) – Friday 15th March