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We have had yet another busy week with netball matches, cross country and Yr1 assembly. Our choir sang at the Royal Albert Hall last Sunday, which was an amazing experience for them, thanks go to Mrs Billing for organising this.



The school will continue follow advice from the NHS and Government and will update it's procedures accordingly.

As part of our planning, the children in Yr1 to Yr6 will be bringing home login details for an online platform called PurpleMash.


Purple Mash is the new creative online space. It hosts an exciting mash-up of curriculum focused activities, creative tools, programs and games to support and inspire creative learning every day. This will allow work to be set at home if necessary.

Nursery and Reception will have activities uploaded onto their web pages.

We will of course keep you updated as quickly as possible with any new advice.


Next Week


Menu Change - Red will be changed to Pasta Bolognaise


St Patrick's Day Menu

Football match - Away at St Bernadette's


Reception Assembly - 9am



Milk letters have been sent out to Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 - please return as soon as possible even if your child does not wish to have milk.



If you are interested in your child taking private violin or guitar lessons next term, please contact the school office for more information


St Patrick's Day

On Tuesday the celebration menu is chosen by our cook, Mrs O'Neill.

Red - O'Neill's Sausages with Gravy and Mashed Potato

Green - Jacket Potato and Cheese

all served with Irish Flag Vegetables; Carrots, Swede and Cabbage and for desert there will be Irish Oat Cookies


School Council & PTA Eater Event

When: Friday 27th March 3.15 to 4.30pm

What: Easter Bake Off Competition - please bring entries to school in the morning

          Second Hand Toys and Books - please bring in your unwanted toys & books anytime


The disco raised £400 last week. Thanks to everyone who organised and helped on the night.


Sheila Thorpe - Family Support Worker

At the end of this term Sheila will be leaving us for a new and different position. She has worked with a number of children and families over many years and has been a great source of advice. We all wish her well in her new job and will miss her.