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For general enquiries please contact the school office:      01206 729266



We offer a wide range of clubs which change each term. Most take place after school and a few take place at lunchtimes. Clubs often include dance, art, football, netball, chess and homework club. The majority of clubs are aimed at Year 2 upwards.

Information on this term’s after school clubs is here including a consent form: After School Clubs

BAA Club is our after school provision where we have lots of fun and make new friends.
We have fun getting up to all sorts of activities such as making slime, building mazes and making models.

We also offer “BAA” club every day which is an after school provision, managed by Miss Pip O’Toole.

BAA club focuses on nurturing your child’s interests and friendships.  The main activity is adapted to facilitate all age groups.  Children do not have to participate.  They have the freedom of choice.  If an activity they desire is unavailable it will be organised during the session if possible.

Prices for each session:
3.00pm-4.15pm – £4.50
3.00pm-5.00pm – £8.00

Terms & Conditions

Please contact the Office Team for further details on booking your child’s session.


In order to encourage being part of a team and to feel proud that they belong here, we have a uniform for pupils  which is smart yet comfortable and practicable. We urge all parents and carers to remember that some lessons will be outdoors, no matter what the weather (within reason), and ask that pupils always come to school prepared for the weather that day.

Dress Code:

  • suitable, practical shoes – blue, black or brown; suitable boots or wellingtons in snowy weather
  • royal blue sweatshirt, ‘V’ necked jumper or cardigan
  • pale blue polo shirt with school logo
  • grey skirt or grey pinafore dress/pale blue and white striped or checked summer dress in warmer weather if wished
  • smart grey trousers/smart grey shorts in warmer weather if wished
  • white, grey or black socks or tights
  • warm coat with hood, gloves, scarf in winter; waterproof coat/anorak in rainy weather
  • sun hat and sun cream applied before school in summer

Indoor P.E. Kit

  • school P.E. shirt with school colours/logo
  • black shorts
  • black plimsolls
  • white P.E. socks

Outdoor P.E. Kit:

  • blue / black jogging bottoms
  • blue/black sweatshirt
  • trainers

We ask that children use a school book bag to carry their books to school in which are available from the school at a cost of £4.20 each. We discourage big school bags or rucksacks as we have a problem with storing these in school during the day. Children only need to bring their reading record, reading book and homework to school.

PE drawstring bags are also available.

For safety reasons, we strongly advise against any form of jewellery being worn by children while at school. If children have pierced ears, we prefer that they do not even wear studs during school time, but if this is not possible we accept the wearing of simple studs until it is possible to do without. These must be removed before any P.E. activity. Long hair must be neatly tied back with plain hair bands in school colours. Nail varnish is not to be worn in school.

School uniform can be purchased from School Trends


We have a very active PTA team.  They hold a number of events throughout the year, including a Christmas Fayre, Pamper Evenings, School Discos & an Easter Egg Hunt.

The PTA have, over the past couple of years, bought a new PA system for the school, netball posts and scooters.

Following a recent AGM the following members have been voted in:

Chair – Tracey Tanner and Sarah Brice
Treasurer – Claire Duffy
Secretary – Ali Trew
Additional committee member – Vicky Ward

Year Group Representatives:

Year R: Shelley Andrew

Year 1: Shelley Beaton

Year 2: Theresa Guiver and Jo Roxby

Year 3: Kat Patel

Year 4: Sam Jefford and Kerry Stainer

Year 5: Bev Maston

Year 6: Ali Trew/Diane Pickwell

Treasurers’ Report 31st July 2016

Treasurers’ Report September 2017

Online Safety

How confident are you at ensuring your child is safe when using the internet? These links should help:

The National Crime Agency Guides for Parents

NSPCC Guide to the social networks your kids use

Parent Zone -Making the internet work for families

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