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10th November 2023

Dates For The Diary

Monday 13th November  

Y3 Swimming

Y6 Cooking club

Tuesday 14th November  

Reception Service 9:40

Y1 Art & craft

KS2 Drama club

Wednesday 15th November  

Open morning - 10:00

Y1 & Y2 Dance club

Y1 & Y2 Homework club

KS2 Football club

Thursday 16th November 

Y2 Swimming

KS1 Drama club

Y3 & Y4 Media club 

KS2 Homework club

KS2 Multi-sports club

Friday 17th November

Y6 Service 10:00

KS1 Multi sports club

Playground Awards 

Rec.    - Selby    

Year 1  - Ava

Year 3  - Eleanor

Year 5  - Scarlett

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Pick of the Bunch

Rec.     - Greysen

Year 1  - Harri

Year 2  - Imogen

Year 3  - Davina

Year 4  - Ekaete

Year 5  - Bianca

Year 6  - Eren

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Presentation Awards

Rec.     - Amira    

Year 1  - Yusef

Year 2  - Josie    

Year 3  - Harsh

Year 4  - Yusra

Year 5  - Hiba

Year 6  - Zeph

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KS2 Homework comments of the week

Should schools offer community service? 


Congratulations to Malvika Y5 and Howan Y5 for their comments of the week! 


Malvika Year 5


Volunteering makes students more attractive to potential employers.
I think that schools should offer community service because it is vital that everyone knows that kindness is a virtue. Taking part in community service teaches students skills that are valuable to employers, like problem solving, teamwork, and the ability to follow instructions. Volunteering is especially valuable when it is related to a student's future career.Studies show that students who give back to the community perform better in school, particularily in subjects such as math, reading, and history. Furthermore, students who participate in community service are also more likely to graduate in secondary school.


Rocco Cenzual-Myles Y6


I think that schools should have community service as it will help the youth of today to grow up and become better human beings. There are people on this earth that lack compassion and things like helping the community at a young age can change that and turn the adults of the new generation into better people.



We are selling poppies and other Royal British Legion items in the playground before school starts daily – please give generously in remembrance of those who gave their lives for us, especially in view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Boutcher Family

The Blue Boutcher Family group won this week’s cup. 

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Headteacher's Award

Alesha – Y6

Marc-William – Y6

Evelyn – Y6

Attendance of the Week

Highest attendance – Y4

Lowest attendance – Y1

100% Spelling

Year 2 –  Ahmed, Alma, Aydin, Evan, Ibrahim, Imogen, Jack, Jotham, Nathan, Nephele, Nila, Sebastien, Sophie, Tias, Vanessa, Yostina, Zoya

Year 3 – Aamira, Rofiu, Rose, Arsema, Anas, Eleanor

Year 5 –  Sofia, Howan, Jeremy, Sephorah, Bianca, Ke Ren, Fortune, Emily, Isabelle, Dylan, Malvika, Gabriel, Ethan

Year 6 –  Adedamola, Abena, Rocco, Naomi, Lay Lay, Eren, Alesha (x 2 tests) – Bertie, Hannameel, Maryam, Sasan, Clemmie, Ayeesha, Jeremy, Marc- William, Vincent, Daniel, Evelyn (x1 test)

Hard copies of School Policies,

including Safeguarding are available from the office and can be read online.

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