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Newsletter 17th November 2017

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Open days and New starters for September 2017


The deadline for applications for Reception age pupils for next academic year, September 2017, for any school in NYCC is 15th January 2017. If you require an application form, more information about the application process, or would like to look around our school please contact the school office – we would be happy to arrange to show you around.

Head teacher’s Newsletter: Term 1 Week 11, Friday 17th November 2017

Posted 17/11/2017

Welcome to our weekly newsletter


As I write the newsletter we are excited about our Children in Need and Good to be Green celebration sessions on Friday 17th November.


Our week started brilliantly with a calm, thoughtful respectful and emotional learning assembly from Mrs Longfield’s Mercury Year 6 class. Their remembrance themed assembly was pitched perfectly, and showed great maturity in understanding and more importantly empathy. I was genuinely moved by the quality of content. Thank you Year 6 and Mrs Longfield, and to all of the family members who were able to join us for this special assembly.

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Head teacher’s Newsletter: Term 1 Week 10, Friday 10th November 2017

Posted 10/11/2017

Welcome to our weekly newsletter. I Hope this finds you well.


As you know, on Tuesday we welcomed OFSTED into school to carry out a 'research Visit'.  Their specific focus was Obesity, Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Primary schools. We were chosen randomly to take part in this research and apparently were the only school in North Yorkshire selected.  


The inspector spent a day in school looking at evidence, observing lessons, talking to staff, pupils and governors as well as people from other agencies who work with us. This was not an inspection and no judgement was made.


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Head teacher’s Newsletter: Term1 Week 9, Friday 3rd November 2017

Posted 6/11/2017

Welcome back to the first newsletter of this new half term. I know many of you have been away over the half term, or have enjoyed days out – we do hope you had a good holiday, if you were lucky to have some time off.

It has been a positive start to the half term in and around school.

It's certainly got a lot cooler this week in the mornings too. After a relatively mild summer and autumn is has definitely turned colder as the clocks changed! A reminder to bring warm coats and hats and gloves now as well as suitable outdoor PE Kits

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