Monthly Archives: November 2017

MFL Letter from Mr Farmer

29th Nov 2017
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"Stille Nacht" rehearsal update

27th Nov 2017
During our after school rehearsal today some of the cast of "Stille Nacht" filled sandbags kindly donated to us by Mo Ricketts and the Lympstone barracks. We have been blown away by the overwhelming amount… Read More

Thought of the Week - Controlling Emotions

27th Nov 2017
Theme: Controlling emotions Quote: “If you don't think your anxiety, depression, sadness and stress impact your physical health, think again. All of these emotions trigger chemical reactions in your body, which can lead to inflammation and a… Read More

Open Evening - Change of Time

21st Nov 2017
Change of time! Please note the information meetings/school show arounds for parents of children starting Reception in September 2018 has been changed to 2pm and 5pm (not 6pm as previously advertised) this Thursday, 23rd November.… Read More

Primary Christmas Events, November 2017

20th Nov 2017
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Behaviour Systems in Primary Phase

20th Nov 2017
  We are undertaking a review of the behaviour systems in the primary phase and are very interested to hear the views of parents. We would appreciate it if you could complete our online survey by… Read More

Year 2 Letter, 20 November 2017

20th Nov 2017
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Primary Assembly - Universal Children's Day

20th Nov 2017
Here is the PowerPoint that we used to discuss Universal Children's Day in our Primary assembly today.   t-t-2544687-ks1-universal-childrens-day-powerpoint-   Read More

Though of the Week - Finances

20th Nov 2017
Theme: Finances Quote: “All I ask is the chance to prove that money can't make me happy.” Spike Milligan   Explanation/Question/Challenge: We are told in life that we need to do well in school, get a good job… Read More

Are you worried your child might see something inappropriate online?

19th Nov 2017
Taken from the parentINFO post here: The internet is a public and open place, one where anybody can post and share content. This is all part of the fun, but what happens if your child sees… Read More