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19th March 19
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12.03.19   King Georges Hall - Sing Together Concert 6.00 pm - tickets available from                        King Georges Hall


04.04.19  Year 3 and 4 worship in Church

09.04.19  Year 3 Class Assembly

11.04.19  Lent Service  9.00 am - everybody welcome

12.04.19  School Closes for half term


29.04.19  School re-opens

02.05.19  Easter Service 9.00 am - everybody welcome

06.05.19  Bank Holiday 

13.05.19  SATS Week

17.05.19  Exhibition Day (1 of 2)

20.05.19  DT Week

21.05.19  Year 1 Class Assembly

               New Parent Intake Meeting

23.05.19  Year 1 and Year 2 to Church with Rev Morris

24.05.19  Exhibition Day (2 of 2)


03.06.19  School closed for INSET Day

04.06.19  School re-opens

10.06.19  Phonics Screener Week

12.06.19  Year 5 and 6 Residential to London

17.06.19  Science Week

21.06.19  Take Over Day

25.06.19  Reception Intake Day

28.06.19  Reports to parents

01.07.19  Parents Evening 3.30 - 6.00 pm (no appoiintments necessary)

02.07.19  Reception Intake Day

02.07.19  Moving up morning

04.07.19  Year 1 and 2 to Church

09.07.19  Year 2 class assembly

11.07.19  End of year Eucharist

16.07.19  Leavers service 2.00 pm

               Leavers party 6pm - 8pm

17.07.19  Leavers service in Church

17.07.19  School closes 2.00 pm

                  Bright At Night         

As a school we are getting involved in encouraging kids to stay ‘Bright at Night’.  This is a road safety awareness scheme for primary and secondary school children in the United Kingdom.

Over the years, we have created some great long standing relationships with local people, schools, clubs/initiatives and businesses.

As a school it is important to make ties locally. Working together with local companies, other schools and organisations is great for the community and anything we can do to help is always on our mind.

‘Bright at Night’

As we know during winter months, it goes darker much sooner and as your children are finishing school, reduced visibility does without doubt add to your concerns.

Local coach operator Coach Hire Booking are offering advice to schools and parents on how we can help keep kids stay visible during the winter months and beyond.  They have also offered to sponsor High-Vis vests when the school becomes in short supply. Coach Hire Booking have also recommended, and are happy to supply, Smiley Face Reflectors for both children and teachers upon request.

Children wearing High-Vis tags are proven to be visible up to three times further away than those without them.

The goal is to educate children in road safety awareness, especially during the darker winter months.

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