Thank you to all the staff, children, governors, friends and families who supported the summer fair. You were all amazing and the children loved creating their own stalls – bath bombs and doggie treats galore! You raised around £530, WOW!!
Summer Fair September 22nd
Summer Fair Friday September 22nd
The children will be creating their own stalls for this year’s summer fair and they will be able to visit the stalls between 2.15pm and 2.45pm before the parents arrive. The summer fair will continue from 3pm for families to visit together. See you there!
We would like to warmly welcome all children and their families to the school for the new school year. Everyone has made a great start and we look forward to working with you all to help your child be the best they can be!
Please visit this very helpful website that is designed to help parents understand websites that their children use and what the risks are, as well as reviewing them and offering advice on parental controls.
Recently we have had the pleasure of Stella James coming into school to deliver an informative Gooseberry Planet workshop for parents and staff.
Gooseberry Planet has created gaming technology to help children learning about internet safety. In the course of a familiar game, children are exposed to online issues requiring a response such as meeting strangers, bullying, grooming and sexual exploitation. Children love playing games and Gooseberry Planet is a fun way to present internet safety situations to them.
Issues that Gooseberry Planet deals with:
- Sexual Exploitation & Grooming
- Emailing & Live gaming
- Web cams & live streaming
- Social networking & Stranger Danger
- Meeting up & Chat rooms
- Online Bullying
Britannia Pier Show tickets
All of Year 2 and the dance club will be performing in a song and dance show (A Rainbow of Music) at the Britannia Pier on Friday 30th June at 6.30pm. Tickets priced £6 go on sale from the Britannia Pier box office this Friday – don’t miss out!
May Half Term is coming up – Monday May 29th to Friday June 2nd when school will be claosed. Please remember that time off in term time is not authorised and could result in a fine of £60 per child per parent.
Road Safety Day Monday 8th May
The children will be learning about road safety next week across the school. Year 1 need some parent helpers if anyone is available – contact the school office.
E Safety Talk Wednesday 3rd May
Come along to one of our parent workshops about the internet and to learn how to keep your children safe. 1pm or 2.30pm all welcome!
You saved our Lollipop Lady!
Thank you to all the parents who supported our campaign to save Nora on the school crossing. We are pleased to tell you that on Monday 20th February Norfolk County Council shelved the plans to cut the crossing patrols, so for now we are able to keep ours! Hooray!