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We would all like to welcome Joseph our new crossing patrol who started on Thursday. Please take the time to walk a little further to use the crossing.

We have had some questions around 'FitBit' style watches in school.  Currently we allow all types of watches, except SMART ones, in school which must be taken off for PE lessons.


Next Week


Indoor Athletics at Oaklands College


Yr3 Class Assembly


Learning Behaviour Champions

Reception: Millie for Challenge

Year 1: Roman for Stickability and Olivia for Challenge.

Year 2: Thomas for Stickability.

Year 3: Lexie for Challenge.

Year 4: Thomas for Challenge and Aidan for Communication.

Year 5: Ashlee and Ruby for Challenge and Reflection

Year 6: Peter and Loris for Reflection.



Year 5 are Star Readers again this week with 86% of the class reading more than 3 times a week. It is disappointing and worrying that there are classes less than 50%. It is really important that your children read at least 4 times in a week.  You can also help by being a role model and taking the time to read yourselves.


This Week's Reminders

Reading is an essential skill. Make it enjoyable by finding a quiet moment and sharing a book.

Emotional health is important to everyone. Get your children to show you how to relax.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Remember your 5 a day to stay fit and healthy.

Driving carefully and thoughtfully around the car park and village ensures everyone is safe.


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 Football have a camp on the Friday.

St Albans+ have a number of activities which you will need to book on early. See our Patent Page on the website for details.