Please see the letter in our ‘Letters to Parents’ section on the home page regarding the Christmas arrangements in school leading up to the end of term.
For information on the progress of the headteacher recruitment please take a look at the update provided by the school governors in the Letters to Parents on the home page.
Over the last half term a small group of staff and parent volunteers started work on improving the school pond area as part of our Outdoor Environment Project. We’ve created a page under the Gallery tab to put updates and photos of our progress. Please take a look and see the transformation of the pond area. Can’t wait to see how it develops along with the other plans for the school grounds!
In the run up to this year’s Children In Need day we are starting to collect the old round £1 coins that are no longer legal tender. If you find any at home: in pockets, bags, drawers, piggybanks or even down the back of the sofa – please bring them into school this week and next week so that we can donate them to Children in Need.
We’ll also be wearing anything spotty for Children in Need Day for a donation of a NEW £1 coin! For more information please see the Letters to Parents section on the Home Page.
Our Sports Ambassadors have started running their lunchtime activity clubs with classes. Robins class had a fantastic time today and did lots of exercise! Please take a look at the Gallery for some photos of them in action.
It’s hard to believe we’ve reached the end of Term 1 already! Have a great half term break and see you back on Monday 30th October 2017 for Term 2.
Thank you so much for the donations for our Harvest Festival this week and for coming and buying some of the lovely produce available after school. We managed to raise £178.40 and the remaining food donations will be given to the Chippenham charity Doorway, who help the homeless in this area.
We’ve had a very successful Open Day welcoming lots of new families to look around our school with a view to their children starting in September next year. It was lovely to have so many people take up the opportunity to see the school ‘in action’!