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News from School 6th November 2020

Dear Parent/Carers,

We have had a lovely week in school.

The children have been delightful and they have really worked hard. Nursery have been making bird feeders for their garden, our Coedwig class have taken delivery of mountain bikes and all the junior children have enjoyed playing with their new ‘playground’ boxes; we have some lovely chalk drawing on the playgrounds! The infant classes will be choosing some playtime resources of their own over the next few weeks as well. The juniors are now working hard on their Enterprise activities and, once again, I have been so impressed by their ideas and attitude.

For Children in Need next week we will be having a non-uniform day and be doing fun activities in class. Children can wear their own clothes and paint spots on their faces or have funky hair styles but no fancy dress clothes please. We will not be collecting money so please donate independently of school if you would like.

I would like to remind to all parents that Class Dojo should not be used to make complaints to teachers under any circumstances. Teachers are working hard at the moment under difficult circumstances and receiving a complaint to their phones in the evening or on the weekend is not appropriate.  I am very happy to chat to any parents about any issue or you can email the school ( and we will get back to you as soon as we possibly can.

We are working on activities for Remembrance Day in school at the moment and the children are making and decorating poppies which will be displayed across the school. Year 5 are also taking part in a challenge to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal- more news will follow about this from the Year 5 class teachers.

Thank you again for the support and kind messages we continue to receive. This makes a real difference to us all.

Take care and have a lovely weekend- hopefully in the sun!

Mrs Woodford

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