Children are invited to wear a Christmas jumper to school to celebrate Christmas jumper day.
On Friday 18th November, we are celebrating Children in need at school. It is a £1 donation to be brought into school and your child can wear something related to Pudsey bear e.g., spotted t-shirt or a yellow t-shirt.
On Monday 14th November, it is ‘Odd Socks Day’ at school to launch anti-bullying week. Children are to wear odd socks (the brighter the better! To show their uniqueness) to celebrate the fact that it is good to be different. Please can we remind you that children are still to wear their school uniform with their odd socks, thank you.
The Christmas Pantomime for years 1-6 this year is Snow White at Middleton Arena and is on Thursday 8th December. Payment details are now on Arbor. Children will attend school as normal and travel on the coach to Middleton Arena during school time and return for normal pick up time. Any questions please contact the school office, thank you.
A reminder to all Parents/Carers that the flu vaccinations will be given in school on Tuesday 11th October. Only to the children that have given parental permission and returned back their forms.
Halloween Disco KS1 3-4pm, LKS2 4:15-5:15pm, UKS2 5:30-6:30pm. More details to follow!
The fun and engaging week-long activity for primary schools has been built to make pupils experience first-hand the importance of walking to school. Children will be well on their way to reaching their recommended 60 minutes minimum of physical activity per day before even reaching the school gates! Not only will it set them up for a positive day in the classroom, but it will also help create healthy habits for life.
Pyjamarama is all about getting children excited about reading, and fundraising to make sure every child gets their bedtime story. We are going to be enjoying a range of reading activities throughout the day: reading, enjoying and sharing stories, all in the comfort of our pyjamas. We ask for a donation to BookTrust to help all children have access to stories and to reading
Children will be taking part in NSPCC Number day – enjoying a range of number based activities both in the classroom and outdoors.
School will be closed to Children on Thursday 6th March – as school will be a local polling station.