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Year 3 Tate Project – update!

Year 3 had a fantastic session with the Tate Britain photographer! The project was launched tlast week, at Tate Britain, revealing the Turner Prize winning artist behind the project to be Steve McQueen, Oscar-winning director of 12 Years a Slave.Follow the links to...

NSPCC Visit – 18th September

The NSPCC will be visiting our school on Tuesday 18th September. As part of their Speak Out, Stay Safe programme they will be delivering an assembly to children in Years 1 - 6 and children in Years 5 & 6 will also take part in a workshop. Children will be bringing...

Autumn Term 2018 Menu

Our new menu for the Autumn term can now be viewed on our website by clicking here. Please ensure that you inform the school office of any changes to your child's meal pattern....

End of Summer Term!

NOTICE FOR RECEPTION - YEAR 6 A reminder that the term ends on Friday 20th July. School finishes at 1.15pm. We wish you all an enjoyable summer and look forward to seeing you all in...

Reception Phonics Workshop

Thank you to all the Reception parents who attended our phonics workshops today. We had hoped for you all to join your children on the carpet, but there were just too many of you, which was lovely to see! We hope that you found the session useful and enjoy practicing...

Active Lives

Each term, a number of schools are randomly selected to take part in the Active Lives Survey, with the aim of getting 100,000 children and young people in Years 1 to 11 to complete it each academic year. Children from years 1, 3 and 5 completed the survey at...

Year 6 production of Romeo and Juliet!

I was incredibly proud to watch Year 6 in their incredibly powerful performance of William Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet last night! The children have come such a long way, working with their teachers and Mrs DeSouza, from Stanley Park Infants' and I'm sure all of...

Year 5 visit Wilson’s production of CATS

Year 5 were lucky enough to be invited to watch Wilson's School's performance of CATS on Wednesday. The children have reported that it was an OUTSTANDING production! It was a fantastic performance and everyone was incredibly impressed by the costumes, dancing,...


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