Latest School Calendar Events
- Ash Class parent session 1: Learning through Talk22Sep2021
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Parents from Ash Class are invited to a workshop with Mrs Warren to understand the importance of talk and vocabulary in the Early Years. A short session to find out about speaking and language will be followed by a visit to the classroom to see talk in action in Ash Class.
- Willow Class parent session22Sep2021
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm @ Willow Class
We look forward to welcoming parents from Willow Class into the classroom so that you can see what life in Willow Class is like. Pupils will help explain the expectations of Year 5 and 6! Please RSVP by Friday 17th September if you wish to attend.
- RSVP to Parent Forum22Sep2021
3:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Please RSVP by 3pm today if you wish to attend the Parent Forum this Friday
- Parent Forum24Sep2021
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm @ School Playground
This year we will be holding a parent forum every half term. The forum will be held on different days to allow for different work commitments. Parents are welcome to come along for a chat. As Covid numbers in the local area remain high, we will not be serving tea or coffee at the meeting on Friday 24th September, but parents are encouraged to bring along a travel mug from home so that we can still enjoy a drink together! We will be meeting on the playground for this event as Key Stage 2 will be using the hall for a sports lesson with Callum. Please RSVP by 3pm on Wednesday 22nd September so that we can set up for the correct number of people.
- Deadline for contributions Cheltenham Literature Festival Trip24Sep2021
3:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The school are subsidising the cost of the tickets and the transport. We are asking for a voluntary contribution of £10 per child to help towards the cost of this event. Please can you make your voluntary payment of £10 or let us know if you do not wish to make a contribution, by Friday 24th September 2021. Your child will not be denied a place on the trip if you decline to make a voluntary contribution. However, we will not be able to continue with the visit if it clear that there will be insufficient contributions to cover the costs. In an effort to become a ‘cashless’ school, payment should be made online via ParentPay.