Year 1 News

15Feb 2019

Dear Parents & Carers, Our children have worked  hard this term. We hope they will have a good break, keep safe and re-charge their batteries ready for a brand new term full of exciting learning. Here are some useful ideas to keep you occupied: Please read with your child every day Play spelling games. Eg; […]

15Feb 2019

Dear Parents, We would like to remind you that next week is half term and the children return on Monday 25th February 2019. Please help them with their homework and encourage them to read during the week. Have a happy, safe and restful week. Pupils’ achievement for last week: Bees – Abdi and Hetsi Butterflies […]

25Jan 2019

Important messages Dear Parents/Carers, There has been marked improvement with leaving the classroom at 9:00 a.m. Attendance has improved in some classes while others struggling to get 96%. Please make sure your children attend school regularly. Thank you for all your hard work and co-operation. There will be a Phonics workshop for parents on Thursday […]

14Dec 2018

Dear Parents/Carers, The week has gone well. One more week to the end of term. Here are some websites to help your child: Busy things & Education city. The children should have logins from last year. Phonics play and Topmarks are also helpful. There are lots of activities on these sites that they can do […]

09Nov 2018

Odd Sock Day – Monday 12th November 2018 As part of Anti-Bullying Week 2018, which starts this forthcoming Monday 12th November, we would like to start the week by asking you to come into school in a pair of ODD Socks. These can be as wacky as you wish! This initiative is part of the Anti-Bullying […]

21Oct 2018

Dear Parents/Carers, We have come to the end the first term of this academic year. School will be closed all half term. From today Friday 19th October until Monday 29th October when the children will be expected to report back. Thank you so much for your continued support. A huge thank you to those who […]

02Oct 2018

Dear Parents/Carers, A big thank you for supporting the school in our charitable work when you dressed your children in jeans last Friday. All money raised will go to Genetic Disorders UK, the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by a genetic disorder. Monies raised on Jeans for Genes Day will fund the work of the charity and provide grants […]