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Year 6 Superstars


The audience cheered and applauded and, occasionally wiped a tear away as, on Friday afternoon, Year 6 performed a hilarious, top quality cameo of life in a primary school. This Year 6 are superstars. They have risen to the challenge of more demanding SATs, they have set an excellent standard in terms of behaviour and diligence and we will miss them. You can read about their superb results by clicking this link and downloading the Publisher document.


All children received a certificate but the winners of the individual trophies are:


The Headteacher's Award for Citizenship-Leo

For Progress and Achievement in English-Grace

For Progress and Achievement in Maths-James

For Progress and Achievement in Science and Technology-Katie

For Progress and Achievement in Music and Drama-Lloyd and Angel

For Progress and Achievement in Art-Jessica

For Progress and Achievement in PE and Games-Adam

For Progress and Achievement in Humanities-Lily

Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement-Dan

Parents' Group Award-Emily


We wish each and every one of the children moving into secondary school great joy in their learning and happiness in their lives.



This week we also say goodbye to Mr. Edwards who has successfully completed his teacher training in Year 4. Mr. Edwards has flourished during the past year and we wish him well for the future. We'd like to thank him for all his hard work too-he has become a much valued and appreciated member of our team and we will miss him.



We've had the best results ever in the Year 1 National phonics Screen. Read about it by downloading the Superstars document. Click here.



Please avoid taking term time holidays leading up to and during the following weeks:

Year 6 Sats in 2017 will be in the week beginning 8th May

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check-Week of 12th June


Term time holidays negate all the interventions we provide in school. During a 2 week holiday your child will miss:

  • At least 10 English lessons
  • At least 10 Maths lessons



There's nothing smarter than a group of children in the correct uniform. It creates a sense of community within school and an identity to the outside world.


I've noticed that quite a few of our children are wearing trainers to school. It is a little understandable towards the end of the school year, but is not acceptable in September. Please ensure your children are equipped with leather shoes as in the uniform specification. Boots are for outdoor wear only and not part of the uniform.