She did it!

In assembly today, on her 30th birthday, Miss Hedworth had her hair cut. 51cm worth of hair is being sent to the Little Princess Trust, which donates real-hair wigs to children who have lost their hair through cancer or serious illness. Miss Hedworth was nervous about having her hair cut…and t

eSafety Updates

It’s been great to hear so many stories of what our children have been up to during the holidays…think they needed to come back to school for a rest – as I’m sure some of you did too! There were some updates in the last newsletter and one which wasn’t on it – ment

Helping with Reading

Reading at Home We are often asked if there’s anything that parents can do at home to help their child with reading. Reading is the most important thing that you can do with your child, especially with younger children. The poster below gives you some ideas of how to approach reading with your

A day to remember

As Armistice Day fell on a Friday this year we were able to hold a whole school assembly to share in an act of remembrance together. Sarah Northall, the vicar from St Peters, joined us for our service and the children from the Worship Council led us in our minutes silence. The whole event was [&hell