Friday 21st November – This weeks ‘Star of the Week’ Matilda Spooner, well done Matilda
Best attendance this week by Einstein Class 99.3%
Friday 14th November – Well done Frazer Roberts, this weeks ‘Star of the Week.’
Top attenders this week, Toulouse a perfect 100%!
Thanks to all who joined in with our Children in Need celebrations, it was great to see the children all dressed up and we raised a superb £365.09
Friday 7th November:- Well done Harry Goldsmith, this week’s ‘Star of the week.’
Top attenders this week, Simmonds and Cousteau Classes 99.2%
Friday 17th October:- Well done Eleanor Baker, ‘Star of the Week’ this week.
Top attenders this week, Cousteau and Simmonds classes 98.8%
Monday 13th October: – It was great to welcome members of the Well Spring Family Church to joined us today for our Collective Worship and introduced the ‘Who Cares?’ project. For more information about ‘Who Cares?’ visit their website at www.who-cares.org.uk
Friday 10th October:- Well done to Jamie Thompson, this weeks ‘Star of the Week’
Well done to everyone for great attendance this week 97.5%, particularly well done to Simmonds Class with a perfect 100% attendance.
Final total raised from our Macmillan Coffee Morning £588, thanks to all who contributed.
Friday 3rd October:- Well done to; Melissa Williams from Escher Class this weeks ‘Star of the Week’ and Shackleton Class top attenders with a perfect 100%.
Thursday 2nd October:- We have sent a letter home today regarding an incident that happened on Wednesday night. Please click here to read the whole letter.
Bad luck to the Year 6 football team who unfortunately lost their first game of the season to Fakenham Junior School 3:1.
Monday 29th September:- Year 6 have enjoyed an amazing Brazilian Day, Click here for photos of the end of day performance.
Friday 26th September:- Thanks to all who supported our MacMillan Coffee Morning today, we have raised over £500.
Well Done Jack Rogers – this weeks ‘Star of the Week’ Well done Redmond Class this weeks highest attenders 98.4%
This is an ACE school – Achieve, Care, Enjoy.
This is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and our work is undertaken in a Christian context.