Primary Newsletter - 18th March 2019


Red Nose Day


On Friday we celebrated Red Nose Day with a pyjama day. The children (and staff) were really excited all day, and thought it was great to be able to wear slippers at school! Thank you all for the donations of cakes, the  children had a great time after school coming out to buy cakes, and most of them wanted to get something for their families which was lovely!

We had a raffle during assembly on Friday too, the Red Nose Day cake was won by Eleanor in Year 4! Thank you so much to Tina for making and donating the cake for this cause.

Writing Competition


During assembly on Friday we also had Explore learning in to launch this year’s writing competition. The theme is ‘’Change the World’ and the children have been given entry forms to write their 500 word stories which will be judged by Alesha Dixon.

Car Park

It has come to our attention that the car park spaces and speed of cars going through is not appropriate. Please remember, for the safety of all our children and families, to drive very slowly through the car park and use the lined spaces to park appropriately. Please ensure you are not too close to the path so that people and pushchairs can walk through. Thank you


This weeks winners for top attendance of the week were:

  • EYFS and KS1: Hedgehogs with 99.6%

  • KS2: Turtles with  98%

Dates for the Diary

  • Friday 29th March—Y3 Chessington Trip

  • Wednesday 3rd April—Beauty and the Beast production

  • Thursday 4th April—Beauty and the Beast production