Primary School News

Oct 9, 2017 | Primary School News

With the summer well and truly behind us, it doesn’t seem possible that we are having discussions about Christmas already! The children have returned to school full of creativity after the summer and we are very excited about our learning this term.

The Year 6 children were whisked off to PGL activity centre, on the Isle of Wight, where they overcame some of their greatest fears, challenged their thinking skills and had lots of fun! It was great that I was able to spend some time with them and I was incredibly proud of their resilience, collaboration and care for each other.

Once again we have planned a busy term and we are looking forward to the Savage Stone Age experience, the invasion of historical tribes and journeys into the world beyond. This terms we are focusing on developing our computing skills, with the introduction of some exciting new resources. All the children will learn how to use coding to control different devices to further challenge their creative thinking skills. Is anything really possible with our ever changing technological world? We are ready to find out!

Welcoming visitors to our school is something we love and this term is no exception. We will be celebrating Grandparent, Language and Outdoor Learning to name a few with members of our local community. If you would like to visit our school then we have two open days panned this term. You will have the opportunity to have a look around the school and talk to staff and children on: Tuesday 14th November from 9.30 am to 11.30 am and Monday 20th November from 2 pm. If you are looking for a school space for your child, then please come along so we can share our fantastic school with you. Please contact the school office on 01403 700280 or you can email them

Warmest regards
Amanda Harrison, Head Teacher