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  • Nursery and Reception Places Available From September

    Published 25/04/24

    We have a few remaining Nursery and Reception places for September. Please contact for more information. 

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  • Year 6 Residential

    Published 21/06/24

    Our Year 6 pupils recently returned from an exciting residential trip to Kingswood. The children had an incredible time participating in a variety of activities, including abseiling, rock climbing, archery, low ropes, fire lighting, shelter building, and enjoying a campfire. This trip provided an excellent opportunity for our pupils to develop their teamwork, resilience, and outdoor skills in a fun and supportive environment. We are proud of their enthusiasm and achievements throughout the period.

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  • Reception Superhero Day

    Published 07/06/24

    Reception classes celebrated Superhero Day with great enthusiasm. The children dressed up as their favourite superheroes and participated in fun activities that highlighted the values of bravery, kindness, and teamwork. Thank you to all the parents for their support and creativity in helping to make this day a fantastic experience for our young superheroes.

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  • Pedestrian Training – Year 2

    Published 24/05/24

    We are delighted to inform you about the fantastic experience our Year 2 pupils had during their recent Pedestrian Training session! This important event was designed to teach the children essential road safety skills and the importance of being vigilant pedestrians. Highlights of the training included practical lessons and interactive discussions where the pupils participated in handson activities, learning how to cross the road safely. Engaging discussions about road safety rules and the dangers of distracted walking kept the pupils attentive and informed. A big thank you to the School Travel and Road Safety Team, for conducting such an informative session.

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  • Mini London Marathon

    Published 03/05/24

    To inspire our pupils to be more active, last week we participated in the Mini London Marathon. Pupils were given a choice to either run, jog or walk a distance of 2.6 miles. The Mini London Marathon has become an annual event in our calendar and it provided our pupils with the incredible feeling of being part of a country-wide fitness community. Well done to all the pupils who took part.

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  • Phonics Intervention

    Published 26/04/24

    Our ongoing Phonics Intervention sessions have been designed to cater specifically to the needs of our Early Years and Key Stage 1 pupils, offering a fantastic opportunity to enhance early literacy skills on a regular basis. Remember to continue to support your children at home on the literary journey.

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  • Cookie Baking

    Published 19/04/24

    We are delighted to inform you that the Year 2 children had a fantastic cookie baking session! Under the guidance of our teachers, they eagerly rolled up their sleeves, mixed ingredients, and baked delicious cookies from scratch. The children had a wonderful time learning about the baking process and practising their culinary skills. Not only did they have fun, but they also developed teamwork and creativity as they decorated their very own take away bags.

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  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccination

    Published 18/04/24

    The vaccine is free and offered to all children in the UK. 2 doses can give lifelong protection against: 

    These highly-infectious conditions can cause serious illnesses including pneumonia, meningitis and hearing loss. They can easily spread between unvaccinated people.

    Any children in London who are not up to date with their routine vaccinations can get a catch-up dose via their GP to make sure that they are fully protected. 

    If you believe your child is missing a vaccination and you don't want to wait, you can contact your local GP to book an appointment.

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  • Ducklings

    Published 17/04/24

    From gentle cuddles to careful observations, our pupils immersed themselves in the world of these fluffy friends. Through this handson experience, our pupils fostered a deeper understanding of life cycles, animal behaviour, and the importance of compassion towards all living beings. It was a heartwarming sight to see our school community come together to support and nurture our feathered guests.

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  • British Science Week

    Published 22/03/24

    We are excited to report the tremendous success of our British Science Week activities, which captivated minds and sparked curiosity across the school! From spelling bee competitions, brain-teasing quizzes, thought-provoking debates, and aweinspiring Science Expositions, it was a week filled with excitement and discovery.

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  • Celebrating World Book Day!

    Published 15/03/24

    It was a pleasure to celebrate World Book Day on 7th March 2024, with a delightful array of literary festivities. This year, both staff and pupils were encouraged to come dressed as their favourite book characters, which ignited the magic of storytelling throughout our school. The highlight of the day was a special assembly titled “The Masked Reader,” where mystery and intrigue unfolded as individuals, hid behind the curtains and disguised their voices as they read extracts from their favourite books. After each reading, the pupils had the fun task of unmasking the reader.

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  • Year 5 Pedestrian Training

    Published 08/03/24

    On Wednesday 28th February, the Year 5 pupils took part in our annual Pedestrian Training session. The children were very engaged throughout and gained valuable knowledge on how to be responsible pedestrians.

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