We had a Super Sunny Sports Day!

Well Done the winning Yellow Team!

A Fantastic Gala Day!

Thanks to Red Bus Days who provided our fantastic cars.

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Is your child starting school next September?

Choosing the right primary school could be one of the most important decisions you make for your child.

Ring the school on 01535 273839 if you would like to arrange to come and visit.

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 ‘What are the best things about learning at the school?’;

 The teachers do things one step at a time”.

 “Every day I learn something new!”   

 “I like maths because my teachers help me”.

 “We get to work with our friends and our teachers make the lessons fun”.

 “The teachers are always there for you when you need their help”.

 “I enjoy PE because it helps me to exercise”.

Read the full results of the July 2015

Questionnaire for Pupils on Learning on the Key Documents page.

Behaviour in lessons and around the school is excellent. Pupils are unfailingly polite and are eager to share their many experiences about school. They are very proud of their school.

Ofsted December 2012

A link to the full report can be found on the Key Documents page.

Our School Code of Conduct

Readiness, Resilience and Reflection

 We always do the best we can by:-

being ready to learn

never giving up

thinking carefully 

We always show respect to everybody and everything.

We always keep ourselves, the school and others safe.

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Click on our School logo to see the weekly Achievement Certificate winners.

Latest Calendar Events

School Re-opens05Sep2016

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Some of our Fantastic Fantasy Football Champions - Well Done!

BBQ Fun!

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Children’s collection arrangements

Please ensure you let your child’s teacher or the school office know if someone different to usual will be collecting your child from school.

This helps to avoid any confusion and delays at the end of the school day.

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