• Well done to year 6!

    We were all very proud of Year 6 pupils last week

    We were all very proud of Year 6 pupils last week, as they completed their six National Tests (SATs). Every child showed confidence and positivity as they tackled Spelling, Grammar, Reading, Arithmetic and Mathematics papers. These tests are used to measure how well our school is doing, but also by secondary schools to set targets for GCSE grades. With such great attitudes, we know our Year 6 pupils will have done themselves proud!

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School

  • Cadbury nurture garden sale

    This week only!

    Cadbury Class have been busy creating a garden themed sale to raise funds for our Nurture group. Look out for them after school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week!

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School

  • Donation thanks

    Improvements to our Forest School area

    Thank you to Wickes on Queens Drive who gave the school a huge discount on materials needed to replace the children’s planting boxes in our Forest School. We are also very grateful to Miss Mousley’s partner who has donated his time to take away the old planters and install the new ones!

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School

  • Health warning

    Families are alerted to the dangers of the fake tongue piercings craze.

    Families are alerted to the dangers of the fake tongue piercings craze. Queens Medical Centre have recently dealt with very serious medical injuries caused when these have been accidentally swallowed by children. Read more about this warning on Nottinghamshire County Council's page HERE

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School

  • End of school day

    Thank you for being on time - or letting us know if not

    Thank you to the majority of parents who are on time to collect from Nursery at 3pm and main school at 3.15pm each day. This means that staff can get on with preparing for the next day, go to their training meetings or get home to pick up their own children on time. We understand that sometimes there are hold ups. If you find you are going to be late to pick up your children, please make a quick phone call to let the school office know. Families who are always late for pick up need to be aware that school will begin to charge for childcare after May half term.

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School

  • Chickenpox Outbreak

    Health advice

    Younger children have suffered an outbreak of the common childhood illness “Chickenpox” over the last two weeks. Chickenpox starts with itchy red spots anywhere on the body. Over a week or so the spots spread, fill with fluid and burst as blisters. You don’t normally need to see a doctor – the pharmacist at the Chemist can help without an appointment. Children must not come into school if they have chickenpox as it spreads very easily. They can return to school once the blisters have all scabbed over. Click HERE for the full chickenpox advice from the NHS.

    Posted 20/05/2018 by Whole School - Read more

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