Created as part of Childnet’s work in the UK Safer Internet Centre, the newly published hot topic looks at Digital Wellbeing giving guidance for parents and carers to help them support children and young people across different age groups. There is age specific guidance for parents of: • 3-7 year olds • 7-11 year olds • 11-14 year olds • 14-18 year olds
A small school choir recently accompanied Mr Holdaway to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Hutton, Locking & Oldmixon branch of the Royal British Legion. They joined together to perform for visitors and dignitaries, including a beautiful version of ‘You Raise Me Up’, which left not a dry eye in the house! Exam-Labs.com is the ultimate preparation source for 300-320 exam dumps exambestpdf.com passing
The whole school turned out in the glorious sunshine to walk 1 mile for charity. They were supporting Wildlife Vets International and raising money to provide medical care for rhinos in South Africa. By joining forces with many other schools across the country, this was also an attempt to break the Guinness World Record of 265,000 people walking at the same time. Thank you
Year 4 residential trip to Hooke Court On the first day of Hooke Court, we did team building games. One of the activities was to get across the River Piddle on stepping stones without falling off. This was a lot of fun! On Thursday, it was our Stone Age day. We learnt lots of things including how to split logs, make pots and we
Are your children forever taking selfies to send on? Use this parents’ guide to find out the positive and negative aspects to children using Snapchat.
As the end of another very busy term draws closer, we would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, and hopefully a restful holidays! See you all back in school on Tuesday 5th January.
A HUGE thank you to everyone who came along to support (& help out!) the Christmas Bazaar on Saturday. Despite the awful weather we had a fantastic turn out and raised plenty of money for the school. A special thanks goes to Liz, Leanne, Lucy & Debbie from the PTFA for all of their hard work and organisation.
School has been a hive of activity today after it was discovered that Mrs Amos’ laptop has gone missing from her office! Year 6 led the hunt for clues and information and narrowed it down to 5 suspects. Each class then had an element of the investigation to carry out in order to work out who the culprit was! Reception – worked out which scissors
A big thanks to you all for your positive reactions to our new homework format. We have really enjoyed seeing the children’s creations, and they are all very keen to share their work in Celebration Worship! A link to the 30 things lists can be found on your year group curriculum page.
Welcome back after the summer holidays! We hope you are all feeling rested and ready to go with another busy term! Details of forthcoming events and dates will be with you shortly, as will information about this years after school clubs. Don’t forget that we now have both a breakfast club, and an after school club running everyday. Please see the office for more