British Science Week...

Written by Mr Dinsdale.

...15th-20th March 2015

As part of our committment to British Science Week, we have planned some very exciting activities for the children. All week, teachers are completing science activities with the children in preparation for the Science Fair on Thursday 19th March at 3pm in the hall. On Wednesday 18th March in the morning, we welcome staff from Holy family High School Science Department to deliver a Big Banf assembly. On Friday 20th we will be experiencing the solar eclipse safely with pinhole viewers made from cardboard boxes! What a great week!

World Book Day - 5th March

Written by Mr Dinsdale.

WBDAY2015logo.pngNow in its 18th year, World Book Day aims to ensure as many children as possible explore the pleasures of books and reading. In order to celebrate the event in school, we are getting dressed up as characters from stories & authors we are reading in school - this includes all the teachers too! Please take a careful look at the letter that was sent home with more details below:


School children are entitled to receive a World Book Day £1 Book Token to exchange for a FREE £1 World Book Day book.
The World Book Day Book Tokens are valid from 2nd March—29th March 2015.

For more details and information you can go to: or click the arrows below to find out more about World Book Day 2015!

Open Evenings...2nd-5th February

Written by Mr Dinsdale.

From Monday 2nd until Thursday 5th February, we will be holding our regular Open Evenings in school.

This is a great opportunity for you to find out how your child (or children!) have been progressing and take a closer look at their learning.

If you are unable to make your time or day, please contact school to rearrange a new time. As always, Mr Dinsdale will be available the main office for anyone who would like to speak to him, as well as Mrs Jasper (Deputy Headteacher) and Mrs Ormrod (SENCO). We look forward to seeing you!

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