Key Stage 2 school reports will be out next week. We are sorry for the delay.


Top of the leader board this week with a Gold star is  Mole, Otter and Red Deer class. Silver and Bronze awards to Hedgehog class and Fox class. Well done everyone.

Events next week

Please check the school calendar for more dates and information. Parents of participating children will be notified by email, please log onto your school gateway account to get consent, inform us of any medical conditions and make a donation towards the cost.

Tuesday 18th July – Moving on Day: for Reception to Year 6

Wednesday 19th July – Gangsta Granny trip for Year 6.

Wednesday 19th July – Badger Class  picnic at Stonelane Gardens

Thursday 20th July – Leavers Service 14:00 – 15:00 at St. Michaels

Friday 21st July – Leavers assembly 14:00 – 15:00

LAST DAY OF TERM, please remember to take everything home with you including drinks bottles, P.E. kits, lunch boxes

Other News

News for the school nursing team School Nurse information

Head lice are tiny insects that live in human hair, and are particularly common in children. They can’t fly, jump or swim and are spread by head-to-head contact, climbing from the hair of an infected person to the hair of someone else. Prevention is the best cure, so if your child has long hair, please ensure it is tied back for school!

Head lice can be difficult to detect, even when you closely inspect your child’s head. If you think your child may have head lice, please check your child’s hair. The most common places for head lice to lurk are in the hair behind the ears and at the nape of the neck. If you still can’t spot any lice, comb the child’s hair with a special nit comb. These are available from most chemists. It’s easier to spot head lice as they fall out if you comb the hair over a piece of white paper. If head lice are present, you need to treat your child. You should only treat your child if you find live head lice, which confirms a live infestation. Don’t treat “just in case”. Head lice are tough. They can’t be killed by washing with normal shampoo or normal combing. Because they reproduce so quickly, you’ve got to kill them before they spread to others. If your child has head lice, check everyone in the family. You’ll need to treat everyone affected to get rid of them. You can treat head lice by wet-combing hair with a special comb, or by using medicated lotions or sprays available over the counter at pharmacies.