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26th November 2021

Children’s Flu vaccinations - Thursday 9th December

We have currently received consent forms from 50% of our pupils. The NHS have asked us to encourage the remaining families to indicate whether they do or do not wish their child to be vaccinated - they would really appreciate it!

The online consent can be found at

Reading Volunteers Still Needed!

Reading is the thing that makes the biggest difference to children’s achievement – in fact, out of how much you read versus your parents’ jobs, how much you read is the biggest indicator of how successful you’ll be!

We are looking for adults who would like to volunteer to hear our children read when they are in school. This can be anything from a regular half hour to a half day. If you’re interested, please ask Paula or Sarah in the office to put your name on the list and we’ll get back to you!

Extra Play time winners!

Congratulations to the following classes who won extra play for having the best attendance!

Younger years: Last week - Year 2 Nightingale Class with 95%. This week – Year 1 Seacole with 95%
Older years: Last week - Year 5&6 Cuffay Class with 98%. This week – Year 5 Bowden with 96%

Year 5 and 6 had an amazing time at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday!

Year 5 and 6 were able to investigate human evolution through the ages which linked to their Science this term on Inheritance and Evolution. They also had the opportunity to look at some amazing examples of fossils that have been found in the British Isles. The children were fascinated by the skeleton of the blue whale which took up the whole ceiling of the great hall! There were so many sights and wonders to see and do that we were kept busy all day and could easily spend another few days exploring. The children all said they would like to go back with their families now.

REMINDER: School Christmas Dinner

The exciting Christmas Dinner Day will be on 8th December this year. As always, the children will be treated to table service from their teachers, Christmas crackers, music – and excellent food, of course! Normally, all children will get involved in this treat (it doesn’t matter whether your family celebrates Christmas or not). If you do NOT want your child to have school Christmas Dinner, please let Paula in the school office know or reply to this email.

August 2022


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