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November 2014 Newsletter

Welcome back to the second half-term of the new academic year. We have
devised new homework systems which encompass the empowering learning
targets giving a little more direction whilst still allowing children an element of
choice and creative thinking.

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October 2014 Newsletter

The Autumn term has begun in earnest with 321 pupils now on roll, our largest figure for many years.

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July 2014 Newsletter

We are nearly at the end of another academic year which seems to have flown by. It has been a very busy half term with many events and activities taking place.

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June 2014 Newsletter

Preparations are underway for the demolition and building of our new canteen. Work will start on the 14th July to remove the contents of the building.

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May 2014 Newsletter

As you will have seen on your return after the Easter break-no improvements were made to the decking areas in KS1, much to our disappointment.

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March 2014 Newsletter

Thank you for your attendance at the parent consultation evenings. Discussion, sharing of information and support for your child's learning is a three way process between you, your child and your child's class teacher. As mentioned in the last newsletter, please come and see us if you have queries or have a change of circumstance which may affect your child in school.

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February 2014 Newsletter

You may well be aware that Government changes to the curriculum will come into force in September 2014. As a School we have already started the review process of our current curriculum. We would really appreciate your views on it's development.

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January 2014 Newsletter

Welcome to the first newsletter of 2014. I know many of you were able to see one of the Nativity performances which again delighted audiences. Children and staff worked hard to put together an entertaining and heart-warming production.

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November - December 2013 Newsletter

We are about to launch into the round of Nativity performances and Christmas parties, always an exciting time of year. I hope that many of you will join us for one of the performances of 'Prickly Hay' and refreshments afterwards.

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