Monthly Archives: November 2014

Star Gazing and Stars of the Week

As I write, the preparations are being made to put up the school’s Christmas tree in the hall ready to be decorated this evening…only three weeks of term left and lots still to do! Gone are the days (thank goodness) … Continue reading

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Internet Safety and Christmas Prep!

It always seems that Christmas starts so early in the life of a primary school and this year is no different! As I write, we have a non-uniform day to promote contributions to the PTA Christmas Craft Fair (see Diary) … Continue reading

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“What does a Governor actually do?”

This month our blog has been written by Huan Quayle (Vice Chair of Governors) It’s my turn to write the Governor’s blog this month and I thought it would be useful to have a go at answering the question: “What … Continue reading

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Open Days and Heroes

The autumn weather certainly has kicked in this week! We have done well to avoid the problem of indoor playtimes/ lunchtimes so far as we know how important it is for our children to have a chance to have fresh … Continue reading

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Half-term Hols and Harvest

It was great to welcome everyone back to school after what I hope was a nice, restful half term break for you all last week. We missed our usual Monday assembly because of the Training Day, so children were straight back … Continue reading

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