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Posted on: January 21st 2022

A Message from Mr Morton

A very warm welcome back to you all. I hope that you had a fabulous, festive and fun filled two weeks away from school. I know that I do not need to be anywhere near a mince pie again until at least November!

We are grateful that term has started a smoothly as could be expected in such turbulent times. The children have settled back into routine like clockwork and this has helped us to maintain a calm and positive environment as we start the term. As I do my daily visit to all of the classes, it is fabulous to see all of the children engaged in their learning and sharing their own understanding of the world around them.  

There are many exciting experiences planned for the children to get involved in over the coming term and we can’t wait to share all of our learning with you.


We currently have a vacancy on our Teaching and Learning Committee (Governing body equivalent) and we would love to have parental representation. It’s not as onerous as it may sound! The committee meets 4 times a year for an hour to discuss the schools progress and to help challenge and steer the wider development of our children’s education. If you are interested then please fill out an expression of interest form (available from the school office) Having a parental voice on our committee is an invaluable part of the team as it give us the parents perspective. I hope to see you at our next meeting!!!


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