New school meals lunch menu

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Bugs and Bones are coming to Year 1!

Newsletter – the new school year

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September 2018-19

Vacancy for new Chair of Local Governing Board

As many of you will already know, this year will see us becoming an academy and joining with other local schools as part of PEAK Multi-Academy Trust. As a result of this change, some of our Governors will be moving into Academy Board Trustee roles and will eventually be relinquishing their roles on our Local Governing Board. Our current Chair of Governors, Mr Brad Ames, once formally in his new role as a Trustee, must step down as Chair. It therefore leaves us with an opportunity to recruit a new Chair of Governors who will transition into the role with the support of Brad and the existing Governors. The new Chair of Governors will lead us, along with the School Leadership Team (SLT) through our academisation, our first steps as a new multi-academy trust and be involved in establishing the important role of the Local Governing Boards as part of the PEAK Multi-Academy Trust. We are therefore seeking a Chair who has the capacity to be committed to working alongside the SLT in taking us on the next stages of our school’s journey. A role description is available here. Mr Ames, or our Vice Chair, Emma Baker are also happy to answer any questions should you be interested in this exciting opportunity; they can be contacted via the school office or email Brad, or Emma, .

Arrangements for Monday

Good afternoon, thank you for following the link texted. We wanted to share with you the arrangements for leaving your child on Monday and collecting them again at the end of the school day.

Please leave your children as they enter the school building at the Year 1 ramp (located opposite the ‘top’ Flatt’s Path gate e.g. closest to the shops end of the path). We do ask parents not to enter the building due to the high volume of children arriving, and to avoid congestion in our corridors which is a safety risk. We know you, and your child’s Reception teachers have been working really hard all last year to support the children in becoming independent and we know they are ready for this next big step!

Please leave any messages for class teachers with the staff on the door who do note these and take them around once the school gates are closed. Class teachers are much easier to talk to at the end of the school day and we would urge you to use this time for non-urgent communications.

On Monday, classrooms and class teachers will be available at the end of the school day between 3.30 and 4pm. If you wish to, you can pop back into school after collecting your child to see their new classroom etc. ‘Proper’ Open Evening will be on the school calendar which you will receive with the first newsletter.


Class 5 – Mrs Reynolds and Mrs Howe will dismiss from the door outside Class 6; this is located past the upper trim trail.

Class 6 – Miss Bowen will also dismiss from the door outside her classroom.

Class 7 – Mrs Wilkinson and Mrs Bayliss will dismiss from the Year 1 ramp where the children enter in the morning.

Class 8 – Mrs McKeown will dismiss from the fire exit opposite the staff carpark (the children will know it as “First Aid”)

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you on Monday!

End of Year Newsletter – July 2018

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Healthy Living Week Newsletter 2018

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June 2018 newsletter

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June 2018

What’s on at our local Children’s Centres – May Half Term

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May Half Term 2018

Latest PTFA meeting minutes – 12th April 2018

April 12th 2018