Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you all had an enjoyable long weekend and made the most of the lovely sunshine.

There is a lot happening in school at the moment; This morning the children in Key
Stage 2 had the chance to try out their orienteering skills and Key Stage 1 children
will have this chance later in the week. The ukulele sessions are going really well
and I am sure you will be getting a chance to listen to this at home!

I also wanted to take the opportunity to inform you about;

Inspection of Church Schools

We will be visited this week by Kerry Palmer who will be carrying out our denominational
inspection under section 48 of the Education Act. This will take place on Thursday 7th
May and will involve observing collective worship and some R.E teaching as well as
talking to children, parents, governors and staff. Kerry will be in school at the
start of the school day and may well meet you on the playground or in classrooms.
He will complete a report following his visit which will be available once it has
been received in school.

End of key Stage Assessments

Along with all schools nationally our children in Year 6 will be taking their end of Key
Stage tests (SATs) next week. The children have been working very hard with Mrs. Speigal
and I am sure that they will all do very well. We are holding a meeting for parents of
children in Year 6 after school today but if anyone has any questions just call in and see
us at school.

If you have any questions or queries please contact me at school.

Best Wishes,


Diane Ward

5th May Newsletter
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