Please come and join us for Shared Reading, which takes place every Friday from 8.45 a.m. to 9.10 a.m. and afterwards for tea, coffee and biscuits which will be available to you in the school dining hall.
There is an after school Reading Club for children in Key Stage 1. Invited children attend with their parents.
We do not allow sweets into school. However, the school is taking part in the Governments’ School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme. This is being offered to Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children only. Under the scheme, each child in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 in LA maintained schools will be entitled to receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable each school day. Scientists agree that everybody, including children, can reduce their risk of heart disease and cancer by eating at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. On average, children in the UK eat only two portions a day. I am delighted that our school has been given the opportunity to participate in this exciting scheme, which reinforces our commitment to healthy eating. The fruit and vegetables will be fresh and of good quality. The aim is for children to have a positive and enjoyable experience of fruit and vegetables. The scheme is voluntary, and although there is no obligation for your child to take part, I hope you will share my belief that it has many benefits. It is a great way to help us to continue to teach our children the benefits of healthy eating.
"Teaching is good. This is having a very positive impact on pupils' increasingly
successful learning.... Pupils feel safe because they know they are well cared for.
They behave well and have good attitudes to learning."
- Ofsted 2014
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