Jul 02

Uniform requirements for September 2021

It is that time of year again when we are all thinking about uniform for September.  Please find a list below of the uniform requirements and change to PE uniform below.  We are going to continue with the pupils coming in PE kit on PE days as this saves a lot of learning time but this will be a set uniform and not non-uniform. 


  • Blue or green (EYFS) jumper (Jumpers with a badge are available from Bulldog Fashion or plain green or blue jumpers are fine too.)
  • White shirt or polo-shirt
  • Black or grey trousers or skirt
  • Blue or green (EYFS) summer dress
  • Black shoes

PE Kit

  • Plain white t-shirt or polo shirt
  • Plain black or grey shorts
  • Plain black or grey jogging bottoms
  • School jumper (This doesn’t need to be a separate PE jumper  but could be if you wish)
  • Trainers

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Woodward

Jun 30

Choir Sing ‘(We are) Unstoppable’ for Sing Up Day 2021

Today (30/06/2021)  is ‘Sing Up Day 2021’, please watch the video of our choir singing ‘(We are) unstoppable’ and please click the link for more information about ‘Sing Up’. 

A massive thank you to the choir and Mrs Collins for making this happen. 

Choir on Sing Up Day 2021

Sing Up Website

Jun 25

PTA Rainbow Hampers – Closing date for tickets is 9th July.

I would like to make a start by thanking everyone for their donations and a massive thank you to Mrs Rimmer for putting these amazing hampers together. They look amazing, please see the pictures below. 

The closing date for buying tickets is 9th July.  More tickets can be bought from the office.

Another big thank you to ‘Matt Jones Fruit and Veg’ on the outdoor market.  

The draw will be on 16th July. 

Have a great weekend. 

Mr Woodward

Jun 23

Mrs Skidmore has her head shaved for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Mrs Skidmore had her head shaved on Monday after school to raise awareness and money for Macmillan Cancer Support. 

This was a very brave thing to do, for a great cause and we are all immensely proud of her.

Jun 18

Wear yellow day – Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Thank you all for supporting ‘Wear Yellow Day’, which was organised by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. It has been great to see you all wearing something yellow and showing support for this great cause. 

For more information or to donate, please click the link below. 

Wear Yellow Day link

Have a great weekend

Mr Woodward

Jun 17

Mrs Skidmore shaves her head for Macmillan Cancer Support

On Monday 21st June 2021, Mrs Skidmore (our school chef), will have her head shaved to raise money and awareness for Macmillan Cancer Support. This is a very brave thing to  do and for a very worthy cause.  

Mrs Skidmore will have her head shaved at 3:45pm on Monday 21st June in the playground. If you want to stay and support, you are very welcome to. We are not asking for money but if you would like to donate money for this worthy cause, please give the donation to the office. 

Well done Mrs Skidmore, this raises money and awareness for a very worthy cause. 

Mr Woodward

Jun 15

Wear Yellow day to support the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Good afternoon, 

We are going to have a non-uniform day on Friday 18th June to support people affected by cystic fibrosis (CF). The event is wear yellow day, if people want to wear something yellow that would be great. It could be clothing, a hair band or shoes etc. 

We have a pupil in school with cystic fibrosis and it would be amazing to show our support. 

We are not asking for any donations. However, if you would like to donate to the website or find out more information, please follow the link below. 

Cystic Fibrosis donation link


Jun 15

Young Voices – Biggest Sing 15/06/2021

The whole school took part in the ‘Young Voices – Biggest Sing’ event. We were joined by thousands of other pupils across the country and we all sang ‘Lovely Day’ by Bill Withers. 

If you would like to donate to the ‘Place 2 Be’ mental health charity, please see the link on the picture below.  

A big thank you to Mrs Collins for organising this event. 

Have a lovely evening.

Mr Woodward

Jun 12

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Jun 07

Reading books and water bottles

Good afternoon, 

I hope you are all well and have had a great half term break. 

This is a strange request. Can all drinks bottles be carried separately and not put in book bags. We have invested a lot of money in really good new books and many have been damaged by leaking water bottles. It is really important that the pupils bring bottles in to remain hydrated and we ask they are kept separate from the books. 

Thank you for your understanding, it is much appreciated.

Kind regards

Mr Woodward