Updates & Reminders

  • Breakfast Club and After School Club will restart on Monday 10th September.  Breakfast club does not need to be booked, but please remember to pre-book After School Club sessions. Unfortunately we cannot take bookings from those with outstanding arrears.
  • School will be closed on Friday 28th September for a Staff Development day. You can find this year’s term dates and closures in the “Dates for your diary” on the newsletter, on our website and pinned to the top of our Facebook page.


  • Vandalism.If you see anyone on the school site when the school is closed, please call 101 to report it. Unfortunately selfish, anti-social behaviour like this has an impact on the school; money has to be diverted to repairs and the children are not fully able to use the facilities we have.Over the summer holidays the fencing around the school field has been vandalised and rubbish (including cans, glass and soiled underwear!) left on the field. Until the damage has been fixed and we can be sure the area is safe, the children will not be able to use the field.


  • Changes to personal details. If any details have changed over the summer (address, phone number, medical), please don’t forget to let us know.


  • Dropping off. The school car park is for the use of school staff only, please do not use it to drop off/pick up children.Can we ask parents and children not to cut across the car park, but to walk around on the paths for obvious Health & Safety ReasonPlease do not park in front of the gate to the access road at the side of the building. Constant access is required for the emergency services and school vehicles. Any cars causing an obstruction will be reported.
  • Uniform. The pupils look great in their uniform. It is a school requirement that pupils wear the school jumper with the logo and pupils in KS2 must wear a tie. Pupils also need the correct PE kit. The second hand uniform shop, run by the school council, has a variety of jumpers, cardigans, trousers and skirts. Ties and PE kit can be purchased from the Big Wight TShirt company.



  • Labelling belongings.Last year we had more than 2 bin bags full of unnamed lost property left at the end of the year. Please make sure that all belongings are clearly labelled with your child’s name. Please can you also check the labels regularly to make sure they are still legible and that your child hasn’t brought home someone else’s belongings in error.


  • Morning Drop OffNow the new Year 1 pupils have settled into their routine, please could parents leave them in their lines and join the other parents at the side of the playground. As teachers need to settle the children into class in the mornings, they will not be available to talk to parents. If you wish to speak to a teacher, please speak to them at the end of the day, or come into the office to book an appointment.


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