Dec 22

Inside Out Newsletter - Autumn Edition

The Autumn edition of our Inside Out Newsletter is now available, please look out for an email with the link.

Dec 22

Christmas Jumper Day

Thank you for your support with our Christmas Jumper Day, everyone looked very festive. So far, we have raised over £250, which will be split between our two chosen charities – the Edwards Trust and the Primrose Hospice.

Dec 21

Hot Chocolate and Cookies with the Headteacher

Each half-term, the Directors of Year Groups and their staff identify one boy and one girl from their year group to be invited to have hot chocolate and cookies with Mrs Hales, Headteacher. This is in recognition of their outstanding contribution to school life and the positive character attributes they have shown during the half-term.

The pupils who enjoyed this special privilege on Wednesday 20th December were: Year 5 – Charlie and Elsie, Year 6 – Annabelle and Jude, Year 7 – Anna and Riley and Year 8 – Hieu and Amelie.

Well done to them all! Keep watching this space to discover who will be invited to tea with Mrs Hales next half-term!

Dec 18
Dec 12

End of Term arrangements

As you are aware, on Thursday 21st December, we will be holding our Christmas lunch in school and to help celebrate this festive event, all pupils will have the option to wear a Christmas jumper with their normal school uniform.  Staff have been invited to wear one too. Should your child wish to wear a Christmas jumper, we would kindly ask for a donation of £1 to be paid via ParentPay. This year, our collection will support the Edwards Trust    https://edwardstrust.org.uk/ and the Primrose Hospice. Both organisations support children, young people and families facing loss and surviving bereavement across the West Midlands.   

On Friday 22nd December, pupils can come to school in non-uniform to recognise the hard work and efforts of ALL our children. They will be class based for the last day of term so that they can enjoy the Christmas festivities planned by their Year Groups. It is important that, if pupils are invited to bring games in, they do not bring electronic or expensive items into school on this day.