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Nursery applications are now open. Under the new system you need to either download an application form from the website or come in to the school office. If you need a place or know someone who does please ensure all applications are in by the 16th February. There are also still places on our Stay and Play Open Day tomorrow from 9.30am.


We are pleased to inform you that a new road crossing patrol should start sometime next week. I am sure you will all make him feel welcome. Hopefully now all drivers will stop and wait as we have had a number of near misses over the past few weeks.


This week's reminders:

Parking across driveways is very distressing for our local people.

Printing out or reading the new eSafety Newsletter is highly recommended. (on our Safeguarding webpage)

Paying for dinners, trips, PTA events, 200 Club and uniform using Gateway is easy and convenient.



Learning Behaviour Champions

Year 1: Aura in Reflection

Year 2: Albany in Stickability

Year 3: Franke in Reflection, Tegan in Stickability and Samuel in Challenge

Year 4: Liam and Austin in Creativity

Year 5: Edan in Challenge and Creativity, Izzy in Challenge and Stickability


This week's Star Reader class is YEAR 5 with 77% closely followed Year 6 with 71%. Well done everyone who managed to be a Star Reader this week.

Star Readers are calculated on the number of children in each class who have read consistently that week.


Half Term Activities

St Mark's are running a Holiday Club for two days in February half term for anyone in Reception up to Year 6. It will have all the fun, games and activities that their summer holiday clubs have. It is the same amount of time as the summer holiday club but just compressed into two action packed days. Check out the link for more info and how to book


Apex are running a one day football camp on Friday 16th February. Details at


There are also activities organised by St Albans+ (link  also on our website)