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School is now closed for the half term holiday. We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday 25th February.
Just some of the positive comments from our recent Parents' Questionnaire!
“Great teachers, brilliant communication. My child has a lot of support and she is happy to come to school every day.”
“The behaviour is great and there is a friendly atmosphere in school. Children are challenged and staff are always approachable and deal with any concerns.”
“Good communication, friendly staff, good Religious Education and there is a determination to always improve and listen to the parents and pupils.”
“Outstanding teaching members of staff, strong leadership, interventions are in place for students who need support.”
“School always makes time for parents and children.”
“I feel my child is treated as an individual and strengths and weaknesses are both tended to as much as each other.”
“The school has changed a lot and is managed better. I feel really happy about all of the changes.”
Information about preparation classes for First Reconciliation (for children in Year 3 and above) can be found here.
There are lots of exciting things happening in school all the time! Be sure to read our Weekly Newsletter regularly to find out what's been going on!
59 children achieved 100% attendance in the second half of the Autumn Term 2018! Congratulations to them all.
This week's highest attenders are Year 4 with 98.2%.
Let’s see if we can reach our target of at least 97% in every year group every week next half term.
We appreciate that children do get ill. However, if your child has a sniffle or a bit of a sore throat, they can still come into school. We advise that you give them some medication in the morning if they need it and then, if you let us know, we will always contact you if they are continuing to feel unwell at school.
CLASSOPOLY leaders are Year 4.
These children came to school every single day in 2017 - 2018! Well done to them and their parents!