How the School Works
Developing Responsible Citizens, Confident Individuals and Independent Learners
Our Values and Aims:
Nurture respect for themselves, others and the environment.
Build relationships and a learning culture of collaboration and sharing.
Have the courage to take risks and the resilience to cope with the challenge.
The belief in their own capability to influence their own futures.
Enable learning capacity to flourish by recognising all children as active learners, capable of being resourceful given supportive conditions.
Plan experiences and opportunities that promote creativity through a curriculum rich in the Arts, Science and Technology, Humanities, Spiritual, Physical and Emotional Health, Mathematics, Language and Citizenship.
Registration is strictly Monday 20th April 2015 for all pupils who have not attended a club yet this year or who are eligible for Free School Meals (Priority letter required). From 8.30 a.m. in the hall.
Whole school registration will follow on Tuesday 21st April 2015, also 8.30 a.m. in the hall. Club letter.
Please take your letter with you when you register.
All clubs begin Week beginning Monday 27th April.
The Parents' meeting for children attending the Year 6 residential trip to the Isle of Wight will be held on Wednesday 22nd April, at 6pm in the school hall. Please enter the hall via the side door, which will be open from 5.50pm. Please note that this is an information evening for parents only.
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Monday 28th January 2015 - Tuesday 5th May 2015.
From January 2015 Shared Reading will take place on the last Monday of each month.
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