Year 1 have been exploring and enjoying the story “Meerkat Mail”. The children then took Sunny on different adventures around the school and then helped him to write a postcard home.  

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Year 5 had a great time working on their team building skills at the Cobblers this week. We are all looking forward to learning new skills next week.

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A big thank you to all the children and staff who wore a Christmas Jumper and contributed to the chosen charity, Save the Children. We raised an amazing £264.55! Thank you!!!  

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Our fab interactive music classes for children aged newborn to 4 years are starting again on Thursday 6th January 2020 at 1.15pm. Come and play with our puppets, scarves, parachute and percussion instruments!  

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Mrs Palmer is retiring. She is leaving this Christmas to begin her retirement and a party was held on Monday 16th December to celebrate her 16 years of dedicated service to St. Andrew’s and the many children that she has counselled and supported.  We wish Mrs Palmer a very happy retirement and all the best…

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We are delighted to report Ofsted has judged the school to be a Good school. Headteacher, Mrs Deborah Thompson, comments; “The Good outcome is a tremendous accomplishment. The staff and governors have worked hard to achieve this and it is one that the whole school community truly deserves. I would like to congratulate all of…

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On Monday 16th December the children from YR visited West Lodge Farm. They were immersed in all things Christmassy as they put on their special glasses and walked through the Twinkly Walkway, met elves, made reindeer food and met Father Christmas himself! The children have been working hard with St. Andrew’s expectations of behaviour and…

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Year 3 have had ‘Pure Turtle’, a company specialising in wellbeing and mindfullness visit them during the first two weeks in December. The children have learnt relaxation and breathing techniques as well as understanding the benefits of doing things slowly and calmly. We are all looking forward to a relaxing Christmas!

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Years 4 and 5 were treated to a reading of  A Christmas Carol by Mr Kryss Durling  this week. The children listened in awe and marvelled at the different voices that Mr Durling used for the numerous characters. His rendition was a huge success with adults and children alike. We would like to thank Mr…

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