School Newsletter – Thursday 24th March 2016

Dear Parents / Carers,

Shocking news this morning as we returned to school after a late night to find our Lowry painting has been returned.  A note attached says it was “borrowed” and that it isn’t a real Lowry painting BUT a copy and worthless!!!!  We still appreciate our copy of the original painting but are happy we do not have to claim on our insurance.  Which member of staff actually “borrowed” this painting still remains a mystery although the children still have their suspicions.

It was lovely to see so many people at the Easter Egg Bingo last night it was an ‘eggcellent evening’ where everyone had a ‘cracking’ time.  Thank you to all who helped donated eggs and supported the event.

The Easter plate competition has been judged by one of the governors and a child from each class awarded a prize alongside 2 bonus prizes.  Well done to all the winners and everyone who entered with some imaginative and creative designs.  Faith, Aila, Charlie B, Tia, Dylan D, Evie and Liam received their prizes in assembly today.

We continue to update our school Facebook page with photos and information so please keep an eye out for the latest curriculum news and updates there.

Swimming lessons start after Easter for children in years 4 and 5.  Please check your child’s reading bag / your email for their letter.

School closed today for the Easter Break.  School reopens on Monday 11th April.

On behalf of the Governors and Staff I wish all our families a happy and safe Easter break

Thank you 

R. Walthall


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If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead.

The Safeguarding and Child Protection policy can be found here.