Our classes are:-
Teacher Miss Barthorpe
Support Mrs Morris / Mrs Gaumont
Teacher Mrs Rowles
Support Mrs Albanese / Mrs Hanson
Teacher Mrs Sutherland
Support Mrs Cork
Teacher Mrs Down
Support Mrs Hodgkins
Teacher Mrs Thom
Support Mrs Hodgkins
We have four “Houses”:-
Sycamore – blue
Oak – green
Beech – red
Willow – yellow
Pupils may earn smilies for good work, good effort or other positive behaviour. Three smilies equals 1 housepoint.
Housepoints are totalled each week and house captains read the totals in celebration assembly on a Friday morning. A cup is presented to the house with the highest totalat the end of each term.
The houses compete against each other at the annual sports day.
Siblings are usually placed in the same house.
Dear Lord, we praise you,
For creating this whole, wide world,
For our talents,
For the new day,
For listening to our prayers.
Dear Lord, we thank you,
For creating us,
For making us all special,
For the gift of love,
For helping us to keep safe.
Dear Lord, we ask you to help us to strive for a better future,
To respect ourselves and one another,
To share our thoughts and feelings,
To try our best in everything we do,
And to welcome others into our big family.
All this we pray in the name of Jesus.
(As discussed at a staff meeting, School Council and School Forum).
Snacks that are permitted
Raisins or other dried fruit
Plain biscuits, e.g. Rich Tea,Digestives
Snacks that are not permitted
Nuts of any kind (due to children with allergies)
Biscuits with jam, e.g. Jammy Dodgers
Chocolate of any kind
Processed fruit, e.g. Fruit Strings
Crisps/Pringles/Cheddars/Monster Munch etc.
Our School Council has representatives from each year group within school and meets every two weeks. Class representatives are responsible for raising any class issues at School Council meetings, when appropriate.
The School Council has a Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Press Officer and is overseen by Mrs Down. Year 6 representatives remain on the School Council for a year. All other representatives are re-elected each term. Pupils may only be a representative once in any year group.
Each year, the Year 6 school council representatives are invited to attend a Governors meeting. The school council normally talk to children in all classes, and provide information to Governors on things that the children are happy about, and also let Governors know of any concerns highlighted by the children.