Worried about supporting your child with their reading in the summer holidays? Click on this link from Oxford Owl for some top tips.
If you were unable to attend Mr Isherwood’s presentation during the Art Trail on Wednesday, you can view it here: Open Evening 2018
Dear Families, What a Saturday. I hope that you have had quality family time this weekend, you may have spent time watching the football? I know that lots of children were intending to watch the match. I am making a change to the Arts Trail/Open Evening. I know some families and staff will be […]
On Friday 29th June, Parentzone (who’ve partnered up with Google) visited West Kidlington Primary School and Nursery to deliver a fully interactive assembly on how to keep safe online. Clare Pike, Assistant Principal and Safeguarding Lead, commented, “The internet is a significant part of their world. It is paramount that we work with our children […]
One of West Kidlington’s teachers has provided a significant contribution toward a report that recommends reforming the teaching and assessment of computing in primary schools. Daniel Pearson, our Designated Computing Lead, was selected to contribute alongside some of the country’s finest computing teachers and educators. You can find out more about his contribution and the […]
Please refer to the link below to preview our Privacy Notice which outlines how we collect, store and use personal data about pupils, parents and carers. TWHF Privacy Notice If you have any questions, concerns or would like more information about anything mentioned in this privacy notice, refer to the contact information located at the end of […]
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Dear Families I am sure most of you may be aware after making your journey to school that a group of Travellers are currently staying at Ron Groves’ Park (Maple Avenue). We know that the Police and Parish Council have been informed. We hope that people will be sensible. Please think carefully about being respectful but […]
YEAR 6 FAMILIES: Please could all children in Year 6 come in to school tomorrow (20/6) wearing their PE kit. Make sure they have a water bottle as they will be outside most of the morning; they should also bring their uniform to change into afterwards.
URGENT: Safeguarding Questionnaire – Tell us what you think! Please can you take 1 minute to complete this short safeguarding survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7V7S9SN Your feedback is important to us and will enable us to further improve what we do to safeguard our school community. The deadline for completion is Monday 11th June. Many thanks in advance! The […]