Thank you to everyone who dressed up, donated or brought in coppers to celebrate Children in Need today! We made four coin Pudseys on the playground this afternoon. (Thank you also to all those who helped pick the coins back up after school – not an easy task!)
Dear all, Next week (12th-16th November) is National Anti-Bullying Week and we will be celebrating this in many ways across the school over the week. A few things you need to know… Monday is Odd Socks Day! All children need to do is… wear Odd Socks. The crazier, the better! Friday is […]
From Y6: There’s blue sky and the sun is shining brightly on the last day at PGL! The children enjoyed their breakfast. They finished their packing – needing an extra hand to get the sleeping bags back in to their bags! Giant swing, quad biking, crate challenge and aeroball are among the final activities this […]
Dear Families – I hope that you are well. A quick update from Mr Earl’s pigeon service… Last night the children loved taking part in Robot Wars; this saw the children dressing up as human robots ready to take on physical challenges. The second night of sleep was very successful. Lots of children were quite […]
REMINDER – School is closed tomorrow (Friday 12th October) for a teacher development day. Have a great weekend. We look forward to seeing everybody back on school on Monday.
For the attention of Year 6 Families As you will know, the Year 6 residential to PGL Liddington (16th-19th October) is fast approaching! We will be holding an information meeting for parents on Tuesday 18th September from 6.00-6.30pm in the school hall. We will provide you with information about the activities, the accommodation, the site, […]
The NSPCC has released figures from its helpline looking at calls from people worried that young children had been left at home unsupervised by a parent or carer during the summer holidays. Figures show that 849 referrals were made to the police during August 2017 by the helpline, a third of which were for children […]
Worried about supporting your child with their reading in the summer holidays? Click on this link from Oxford Owl for some top tips.