I know pick up and drop off times are difficult and very busy, however a small minority of parents are parking without any thought for the safety of our children or our local residents . This week alone I have taken many calls from parents and residents very unhappy about cars being parked across their […]
Today I have had the pleasure of seeing some Year 4 pupils who have transformed their handwriting in only a week. I was delighted to able to award them a pen licence. Mrs. Myerscough
A huge welcome to our new additions to our school community. Our new ‘ladies’, who are awaiting their names to be chosen, were out and about enjoying their new surroundings.
Dirty air is major cause of ill health and early death in our communities. In towns and cities, road vehicles are the main source of air pollution and this can contribute to a wide range of illnesses and conditions, including lung and heart diseases, some cancers, strokes and asthma too. The most vulnerable in society […]
On the International Day of Peace on the 21st September our children created a design they would like to go on a ‘Peace Pole’. Peace poles first originated in the mind of Masahisa Goi of Japan in 1955. They are made of varying materials, but each has the phrase, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” in […]