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Newsletter 2nd February 2024

This will take place next Tuesday 6th at 1.30pm in Church. This is a service rather than a performance but we would love for parents and the local community to join us. Children will be taken back to school afterwards to enjoy pancakes before a normal school finish...

Newsletter 26th January 2024

We have an increasing amount of items that children have lost and we cannot find them anywhere in school. Please can you all check at home for items that may have accidentally found their way to the wrong house! We are particularly looking for 2 Smiggle packed lunch...

Newsletter 19th January 2024

At this time of year, we can expect to see a rise in seasonal viruses and infections such as COVID-19, flu and norovirus. Under current national guidance parents are encouraged to send children to school if they have mild symptoms such as a runny nose, sore throat, or...

Newsletter 22nd December 2023

A big thank you for all of your support this half term. With productions, concerts and parties, coupled with inspections and lots of bugs and germs it’s been a very busy and challenging time but you have all been amazing! Thank you also for your kind Christmas gifts...

Newsletter 15th December 2023

You are warmly invited to join us at the Village Hall straight from school on Tuesday to hear the music our cello & violin students have been learning this term. It would be lovely to see you there.

Newsletter 8th December 2023

Class 3 & 4 will be at The Orangery for most of the day on Wednesday rehearsing for the Production and so their lunch options on this daywill be a packed-lunch sandwich option with veg sticks and ToffeeApple Muffin. These will be delivered to The Orangery so that...

Newsletter 1st December 2023

There will NOT be a Let’s Learn Together session in Class 1 next Wednesday. Parents and carers of Class 1 & 2 children are however invited to come in on Thursday afternoon at 2pm for a Christmas Craft afternoon.

Newsletter 24th November 2023

On Tuesday a group of Children visited the Ryedale Community Foodbank in support of their courageous advocacy project. It was a great experience for the children, they were able to find out more about the work of the Foodbank and to pack a box of food for one of their...

Newsletter 17th November 2023

The library have very kindly drawn a line under any long-term outstanding books and allowed those children to start taking out books again however there were lots of children who already didn’t have books to return this week. This is fine if they do just want to renew...