School dinners are free to all full time pupils in nursery, Year 1 and Year 2; they are also free to all older pupils entitled to free school meals.

Paid for dinners cost £2.22 per day.

All dinners must be ordered and paid for weekly on Mondays.

Our menu will be available online in September 2017.


Find out if you can apply for free school meals using this link: entitledto.co.uk


If your child is poorly enough to warrant time off school, it is essential that you notify us by 9:15 each day your child is away from school.

Our attendance policy can be found in our policies section.


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Summer Fair 2017

July 25th, 2017 by

Summer Fair 2017

What a FANTASTIC turn out to this year’s Summer Fair, which is hardly surprising given the massive number of stalls & games organised by Miss. Swann.

The weather forced us to hold the event indoors this year, but this didn’t stop the school community from coming together to enjoy themselves whilst raising money for our school fund.

New to our Summer Fair Scene this year was the market stall of art and craft items made by our children – this was very successful with almost all items being sold. What a great vote of confidence for the skills and talents of our pupils.

I would like to thank the army of staff volunteers who gave up their own time to prepare and host the event, especially Miss Swann, who organised and coordinated the entire fair. Thank you also to everyone who came along, spent their money, and supported our school.

The event raised over £700 for our school fund.

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