Welcome back to school after Easter. I've thoroughly enjoyed my first term with you and look forward to continuing to improve all aspects of the school
for everyone's benefit.
I'll try to make sure newsletters are kept up to date. In the meantime, news from the Pond and Puddle is posted (button on the right).
As a rule, our latest newsletter is available online by clicking the button on the right.
Please remember I or my colleagues are always on hand to help if you have any enquires. Please feel free to make an appointment to see me any time or grab me in the playground before or after school. Remember, too, that Tracey and Mel in the Office are always happy to help with issues concerning the day-to-day running of the school.
You can also use the enquiry form if you can't get into school or if your query is less urgent.
Please note that in order to reduce the amount of paper used, printed copies of the monthly newsletter will from now on be sent home only with those children whose parents specifically request them.
Please feel free to use the enquiry form here to let us know what you think about our site. Response so far has been very positive and we appreciate all comments and suggestions. We rely on your views to keep the site intersting and informative.
Our School Policies are now available for viewing online by clicking here or from the link on our "About the school" page.
I hope you enjoy browsing here and look forward to your comments.
We can offer places at After School Club and Breakfast Club.
The Clubs offer professional childcare to suit your child's needs - and we are so FLEXIBLE! For example: bring your child along for just one or two hours a day/week OR for a full session. A snack is included in the price and lots of fun is guaranteed!For further information, please pop in to the Club any time and chat with any of the team. You can also visit our page on this site or phone the Club direct on (01457) 857586 or the main school office (01457) 852427.
The PTA is affiliated to an organisation called easyfundraising, which generates donations to school funds every time you shop online by clicking links to stores on their pages.
There is a vast range to choose from, including all the major high street shops, holiday companies, insurers, online auctions and mobile phone suppliers. More here