Green for Grenfell

Today, we were invited to wear the colour green to support the people suffering or were involved in the Grenfell fire in London. By wearing green, we show solidarity and support for the people who died, were injured or lost everything in this tragic event.

A huge thank you to all of our parents and carers for sending donations in for this cause. We have raised over £200. This money will go towards helping those that have been affected in London.

#greenforgrenfell #solidarity

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Red Nose Day 2017

To finish off what has been a very busy week, Friday 24th March was Red Nose Day.

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We were helping to raise money for good causes around the UK and around the world to support adults and children who are less fortunate than we are.

Click here to learn about what where the money goes from Red Nose Day.

We even had a special themed snack – our favourites were strawberries and grapes!

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We would like to say a massive thank you to all of the children and parents for sending your children to school and helping to raise lots of money for others.

Children in Need 2016

Today was Children in Need and at school, we have raised money by having a non-uniform day and some of us dressed in yellow or spotty clothes. We bought wristbands and key rings and we had a bake sale at the end of the day.


Thank you to all of our children and parents for such a fantastic effort and raising money for such a worthwhile cause.


You all looked fantastic today. Miss Varley and Miss Morris were very proud of you all.

Baking for Macmillian Coffee Morning

On Friday 30th September, our school is going to take part in the biggest coffee morning in the world. This is to help raise money for the charity Macmillan Cancer Support for people and their families who have or who are suffering from cancer. 
Pearl class wanted to do something to help and decided that they wanted to make flapjacks to help raise some money. 

We worked together as a team and filled the instructions on the recipe. 

We can’t wait to taste one! 

Come along to support our coffee morning between 9 and 10.30am in the hall. We hope you can join us. 

‘Together, no-one will face cancer alone’

Wear it Wild Day 2016

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Today, we have been celebrating the WWF Wear it Wild Day to help raise money for endangered animals. If you decided to dress up, you needed to bring £1 to school.

We came to school dressed as different wild animals. Some of us wore masks, animal onesies and some of us even had face paint on!

There was a prize for the best costume. In Pearl class, the lion costume won. An excellent costume choice today!

If you would like to learn more about WWF and Wear it Wild Day, please click here.

Things that you could do at school with your child:

  • Talk about what the word ‘endangered’ means.
  • Look at the website on the link above.
  • Think about how we can look after endangered species.
  • Maybe visit a local park or wildlife centre in the holidays to take a closer look at some wild animals.