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Please Vote For Hemdon School To Get Funding - posted 27 May 2018

The Friends of Helmdon School would  be really grateful if everyone could take a few minutes to register on the Calor Website and vote for Helmdon School to get £5000 funding for a mile walk track around the perimeter of the school field. We need to get as many votes as possible so please feel free to share!! https://www.calor.co.uk/communityfund/mile-walk


Thank you very much!!

Bags2School Poster - posted 19 January 2018

This poster was published in error without the knowlege of the school, and the school will not be accepting goods on January 23.  Apologies to anyone who was intending to do so.

Deadline For Reception 2018 Applications - posted 01 January 2018

Parents of children who have their 4th birthday between 1st September 2017 and 31st August 2018 are reminded that they must to apply for their school place by 5pm on Monday 15th January 2018. Please register online at www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/admissions and please remember to press submit on completing your application or when making any alterations to your application before 15th January 2018.

Excellent KS2 SATS Results - posted 18 December 2017

We are delighted to confirm that Helmdon Primary School was ranked 1st in Northamptonshire and 20th nationally in the Primary School league tables of KS2 SATs results from May 2017 (source: The Times and The Telegraph newspapers, 15 & 16th December 2017).

Change of Venue For Carol Concert & Nativity Performances - posted 11 December 2017

Due to the snowy conditions, we are rescheduling our Nativity and Carol Concerts on Tuesday 12th/Wednesday 13th December as follows:

Tuesday 12th December

2pm: The Nativity will take place in the school hall and not in Helmdon Church. 

6pm: The KS2 Carol Concert will take place in the school hall and not in Helmdon Church. Parents and carers are welcome.

Wednesday 13th December

2pm: The Nativity will take place in the school hall and not in Helmdon Church. 

Anyone planning  to come from the village is very welcome.

Julie Crouch

Great Result From Tesco Bags Of Help Tokens - posted 27 November 2017

The School has received £200 from Tesco.  Thank you everyone for your support in putting in your blue tokens. Money received from this grant will be going towards the new library/well-being room.

Your Blue Tesco Tokens Wanted - posted 05 October 2017

Friends of Helmdon School have been approved the Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme.

1st September to 31st October. In the Brackley Tesco stores.

We could receive up to £4000 if we have the highest number of BLUE TOKEN votes. Any bags can be taken into store to collect blue tokens. Money received from this grant will be going towards the new library/well-being room.


McMillan Coffee Morning - posted 21 September 2017 



Helmdon School

Macmillan Coffee Morning


Friday 29 September

10 p.m. – 11.30 p.m.

All Welcome


Volunteers also wanted to listen to children read. If you can help please phone 01295 768126




Your Blue Tesco Tokens Wanted - posted 03 September 2017

Friends of Helmdon School have been approved the Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme.

1st September to 31st October. In the Brackley Tesco stores.

We could receive up to £4000 if we have the highest number of BLUE TOKEN votes. Any bags can be taken into store to collect blue tokens. Money received from this grant will be going towards the new library/well-being room.

Article On The Old Helmdon School Bell - posted September 2017

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Do You Know Anything About The Old School Bell? - posted 28 June 2017




We have recently unearthed what we believe to be Helmdon Primary School’s original school bell.  We would love someone to help us with finding out about its history, use and the possibility of restoring it.  Please call the school on 01295 768126 if you have any ideas for us.

Many thanks.


Clare A Hedley

School Business Manager

01295 768126


NB I have directed Clare to the article in Aspects of Helmdon no.3 (historical article no 23), by former Head Geoff Ipgrave, on the website, which mentions the bell, and suggested that there might be more information in the original school log now held at the Northamptonshire Record Office.

Does anyone have any more information for Clare?

Audrey Forgham

website editor


Defibrillator Demonstration - posted 04 May 2017

EMAS (East Midlands Ambulance Service) are running some free defibrillator training at Helmdon Primary School on Monday 5th June at 6pm, for a maximum of 1 hour.  We would encourage as many people as possible to attend; our aim is to provide confidence to as many people as possible that they can use a defibrillator should the need arise.

Three Bicycles Discarded In Grounds - posted 24 April 2017

There are three bicycles which have been stored at Helmdon Primary School since the last week of March.  They were extracted from various flower beds/shrubs on and around the school grounds and have not yet been claimed.  If the owners would like to retrieve them, please call at school when we are open and ask to speak to a member of school staff. We hope that the owners will come and see us soon as they are taking up useful space in our school.

School Report - posted 25 February 2017

Helmdon Primary School has maintained its position as an Ofsted-rated good school according to a report published on 24 February 2017.

Schools in England can be judged "outstanding", "good", "requires improvement", or "inadequate".

The Ofsted Inspector's Report which is addressed to the Headteacher, Julie Crouch, says "The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection. You and your staff have ensured that Helmdon continues to be a very happy school where everyone gets along together and the pupils work hard. Parents value the school highly and every one of the 66 parents who responded to the Ofsted questionnaire indicated that they would recommend the school to other parents. The pupils I met were utterly delightful; polite, welcoming and keen to tell me about all the things they love about their school."

The school is a real asset to the community and it is wonderful to hear that it is doing so well. Well done to all staff, pupils and parents!

Christmas Shopping Evening - (posted) 17 November 2016

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Coffee Morning In Aid Of Macmillan Nurses - (posted) 22 September 2016

The School is holding a Macmillan coffee morning at school on Friday 30 September 2016 from 10 until 11.30. Everyone is welcome. During the coffee morning the children will be sharing the puppets they have made from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Coffee Morning In Aid Of Christian Aid - (posted) 29 April 2016

We are holding a Coffee Morning at the School on Thursday 19 May, 10 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. with  proceeds going to Christian Aid.   Fair Trade resources will be used for the refreshments.  All very welcome.

Installation Of Defibrillator - (posted) 25 February 2016

We have installed a defibrillator on the front wall of the Helmdon Primary School overlooking Station Road and we are endeavouring to ensure that as many local people as possible know of its availability. Please look for the bright yellow box on the front wall under the school sign. This equipment is for use by any member of the public at any time in an emergency and it can be accessed when the school is open or closed. Instructions are clearly marked on the defibrillator case and it is designed to be used by individuals who have no prior knowledge or training.

The Tiger's Bones (Northants Touring Arts) - (posted) 19 February 2016

                                            urses - (posted) 22 September 2016


After School Club Staff Vacancy - (posted) 02 February 2016

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Christmas Events - (posted) 09 December 2015

We are holding our Nativity play in church at 2pm on Tuesday 15th December and Wednesday 16 December (the FOHS will be serving tea and mince pies from about 1.30 p.m.).

On Tuesday 15th December our Carol Concert is at 6.30 pm (the FOHS will be serving mulled wine and mince pies from 6.15 p.m.).

Everyone is welcome to join us.

Julie Crouch

Vandalism And Criminal Damage At The School - (posted) 20 November 2015

We are extremely sad to have to report that we have experienced criminal damage and vandalism at Helmdon Primary School twice within the last week.  We are taking these actions very seriously, and Northamptonshire Police have been contacted with a view to following up the crimes.  In the meantime, if anyone sees anything suspicious, please contact the school office or dial 999 if appropriate.

Clare Hedley

School Business Manager

Helmdon Primary School, 21 Station Road, Helmdon, Brackley, NN13 5QT

01295 768126


Good Result For Coffee Morning - (posted) 27 September 2015

The Coffee morning at the school on Friday 25 September raised £418.55 for Macmillan.   Thank you everyone for coming and supporting the event and for your generosity.

Julie Crouch.

Lunchtime Supervisor Required - (posted) 25 September 2015







Helmdon Primary School

21 Station Road


01295 768126



It's Time To Apply For A School Place - (posted) 23 September 2015

Poster from Northamptonshire County Council

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Macmillan Coffee Morning - (posted) 11 September 2015

Helmdon School would like to invite you to a Macmillan coffee morning on Friday 25th September between 10 and 11.30am. We will be serving tea, coffee and cake with proceeds going to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Everyone is welcome and we hope as many people as possible will join us.

Julie Crouch

School Playing Fields Drainage Works - (posted) 25 July 2015

Please be aware that major drainage and landscaping works will be undertaken on our school playing fields from Monday 3rd August for approximately 8 weeks.  This will make at least significant portions of the playing fields inaccessible for some time to come.  Please bear with us on this project; we are looking forward to the end result of a well drained and newly landscaped top playground and playing fields on completion of the project,

Posted on behalf of Headteacher Julie Crouch and the Governors of Helmdon School:

Invitation To Wizard Of Oz Dress Rehearsal - (posted) 07 July 2015

We will be holding our dress rehearsal of The Wizard of Oz on Wednesday 8th July at 10.30am in the school hall.  Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy the show.

School Fete - (posted) 27 June 2015

This wil take place on Friday 03 July.

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Invitation To 'Our World' Week Assembly - (posted) 20 May 2015

On Friday afternoons we celebrate the children’s achievements with an assembly at 2.45 pm. This week has been ‘our world’ week and the children have been studying different places in the world and joining in with an International games afternoon. As the children want to share some of the things they have learnt  we are starting assembly slightly earlier, at 2.30pm.

You are welcome to join us for assembly. If you would like to come  please sign in at the school office.

Julie Crouch


After School Club - (posted) 15 February 2015

We would like to be able to offer all of the families at Helmdon School a regular After School Club for our primary school aged children.  We are hoping to find someone or a company that would like to set up and run a daily after school club within or attached to Helmdon School.  If you may be interested in doing this or if you know of someone/a company who would be interested, please  contact either Julie Crouch or the office staff 01295 768126

The Snow Queen - (posted) 06 Janaury 2015

Northampton Touring Arts are enabling us to have another production at school.  To brighten the New Year we will have a production of the Snow Queen in the school hall on Friday January 16th at 6.30 p.m.  It is a family show and will be suitable for all our children. Tickets are available at the office and refreshments will be served by the FOHS. Tickets cost £5 per child, £6 per adult or £18 for a family.

Carol Singing Invitation - (posted) 5 December 2014

We are planning to sing carols around the Christmas tree on 12th December and offer mulled wine and mince pies. This will be straight after school, starting by about 3.30pm so that parents who come to sharing assembly or to collect children will stay. It wouldn’t last too long but it would be lovely if people from the village joined us. It would be just at the front of the school and in the entrance hall with the refreshments in a classroom. Please come - you will be very welcome.

Julie Crouch

Invite To School Remembrance Service & WW1 Exhibition - (posted) 3 November 2014

You are very welcome to join us at the war memorial at 11 o clock on the 11th November for a short service.

We would like to invite everyone to come back to school afterwards to see the art work the children have done whilst learning about WW1.

Julie Crouch

Macmillan Cofee Morning - A Thank You - (posted) 29 September 2014

Thank you to everyone for supporting Helmdon School's Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday.

It was lovely to see so many people in the school and the children enjoyed performing for them. It was a huge success, raising £392.06.

Julie Crouch

School Has New Website - (posted) 27 May 2010

The school has a comprehensive new website, giving

up-to-date news and activites.

                          click here for the school's own web site

Pots, Rocks And Fireworks Exhibition
- (posted) 12th July 2009

Crystal Growing
One of the cystals grown at the school.
In the spring, Helmdon Primary School was awarded a prestigous Royal Society Partnership Grant for their project "Pots, Rocks and Fireworks - Colours from the Ground". The Royal Society, the national academy for science, awards funding to schools to help bring science to life (see http://royalsociety.org/partnership for more details).

The ten week project has seen the children involved in a range of activies led by scientists from The Open University, together with members for the local community Niki Phillips, Irene Inness and Mrs Hucknall (Magdalen College School). The project has included exploring the geology of the area, hunting for fossils in the local stone, learning about minerals and rocks, growing crystals, investigating the properties of metals, a visit to the Recycling plant in Northampton, as well as appreciating how the colour of ceramics, glass, pigments and fireworks are inflluenced by the metals that they contain. Please visit the project diary.

The school will be holding an exhibition of their work on Tuesday 14th July at 3.15 pm - everyone is welcome so please come along to see what the children have been doing and take part in the Year 6 quiz to see how much you know about "Colours from the Ground".

School Will Open On 10th
8th September 2007

Staff don't normally have to wear wellies to school!
Staff don't normally have to wear wellies to school!
School will open as predicted on Monday 10th September.

The late opening caused by the July floods was unavoidable due to the extent of the damage caused. The Reception year classroom had to be completely redecorated and have new carpets. The floor in the the toilets was so badly damaged it had to be re-laid. The old Victorian 4" drains were replaced with 6" drains to increase capacity.

A team of builders, decorators and fitters have been on site throughout the summer holidays.

The school's ICT suite was completely ruined and everything had to be thrown away and replaced. The school's ICT Technician, Mr John Plunkett, has had to set up and configure all the new computers during the school break.

Children were due to return from the summer holidays on Wednesday 5th September so only 3 days have been missed. Given the state of the school when the floods hit on Friday 20th July (the last day of term) it is a credit to all involved that the school is, once again, ready for teaching.

Wear It Pink - 2nd October 2006

Breast Cancer Care
October is breast cancer awareness month and to support their fundraising Helmdon Primary School will be hosting a "Wear it Pink" afternoon tea on Friday 13th October from 2:30 p.m. at the school.

Everyone is invited to come along for a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of cake and make a donation for this worthwhile cause.

Click here for more about the In the Pink campaign.

Helmdon School Fête - 21st June 2006

The Helmdon School Fête on Saturday 17th June raised an incredible £1,638. Thanks to everyone for all the support and contributions. Please let us know if you have suggestions for how the money might be spent at the school.

Helmdon School Fête - 17th June 2006

Helmdon School Fête is on Saturday 17th June 12.00 - 3.00pm. There will be a BBQ and refreshments, entertainment from the brass band and rock band, and with many activities including a surfboard simulator,face painting, pony rides, hook a duck, penalty shoot out, bash the rat, as well as many more, it's sure to be a great time for all the family. Most importantly all money raised will go towards buying equipment, toys, books and anything else that the school budget doesn't cover!! Please put the date in your diary and support your local school while having lots of fun!! If you would like more information on this or any other FOHS event please contact me. Thanks for your support.

Becky Leitelmeyer

School Art Project Gets TV Coverage - 5th September 2005

The Third Ghost - a scary display!
The Third Ghost - a scary display!
The past year has been eventful and exciting with many opportunities to celebrate success. Our new staff team have worked extremely hard and we were delighted with our test results once again. Our aim at Helmdon is to provide all children with a happy secure and safe learning environment which develops all skills; academic, creative and social. Our whole school art exhibition entitled Still Life and Sculpture gave all children the opportunity to work with a local artist as well as gaining experience in three dimensional work. The staff team all spent a lot of time in displaying and mounting the work for the public viewing. We even had a film crew from Anglia TV broadcasting the event!

We have established a tradition of holding our Harvest festival in the church and this year we also held our Key Stage 2 Christmas celebrations in the rearranged layout of the church as we organised a Medieval Christmas. Many parents and members of the community helped us to decorate the church with foliage and candles. The atmosphere was fantastic. The children performed a traditional medieval puppet show and the finale was a farandel dance.

In the autumn term all classrooms will have a data projector and interactive whiteboard. We have been very fortunate this year as we have benefited from Magdalen college’s Specialist Schools status. This has provided us with the support from an additional ICT technician and an ICT teacher. The children in the reception / Year 1 class have benefited from a data projector and interactive whiteboard as a part of an LEA initiative last September.

We will be welcoming fourteen new reception children in September along with additional Teaching Assistants. Kristina Wade will be working with children in Year 1 / 2 and Year 6 and Fiona Stringer will be working each day in year 1 / 2. We have significantly increased the adult support in all classes over the past few years and value the contribution that this support brings to pupils and teachers.

The feasibility of a nursery unit being built on the school site is a project which will be explored in the new school year. The possibility of building a nursery was raised as a part of the village plan and members of the various organisations will be consulted as we look into the options available. If anyone would like to help us in looking at different possibilities then please get in touch.

A new venture for the school this year will be our Year 5 / 6 residential to France. This will provide children with the opportunity to explore a different country and to practice their French! All children in Year 6 will receive an hour a week modern foreign language tuition provided by Chenderit secondary school.

Our whole school outing this year was to Wickstead Park in Kettering. The weather was kind and everyone had a thoroughly enjoyable day.

As a part of the end of term activities Year 6 performed extracts from the Tempest. The children gave outstanding performances and the evening was a resounding success.

We appreciate all the support that we receive from parents and members of the local community. Rev Will Adams has already taken assemblies and offered to work with children who are talented mathematicians!

If there are any other people who have some spare time on their hands who would be willing to help with clubs, listen to children read or help with art projects then please do come in to see us. Keen gardeners also welcome!!

We look forward to another exciting year ahead.

Sue Blackburn
Head Teacher
Helmdon Primary School

Governor's AGM Report 2004 - 1st December 2004

A full report from the Governing body of Helmdon Primary School is now available on-line. Please click here to access the report.

Governor's AGM Report 2003
- 1st December 2003

A full report from the Governing body of Helmdon Primary School is now available on-line. The file is in Microsoft Word© format (252 Kb). Please click here to access the report.

Helmdon School Conservation Area Project
- 6th August 2003

Poster at Conservation exhibition
The exhibition was held on
July 17th in the school.
In 1989 Mr Geoff Gulliver gave Helmdon School an area of land for educational use. The land is known as The Gulliver Trust Conservation Area.

In 2003 Niki Phillips was given permission to involve a group of Year 6 pupils in a Conservation Area Project, following the completion of their SATs tests in June. The pupils started by carrying out a site analysis, recording information about the various habitats within the area and the flora and fauna to be found there. To help in their recording they used digital cameras, a mini camcorder and a tape recorder, some of which equipment they had not previously used. Their final analyses were shown on two large display sheets, using drawings, paintings, photographs and many other imaginative media to represent and communicate the information collected.

Following their initial site visit, the pupils had a brainstorming session during which they recorded their ideas as to how the site might be developed and what must be left undisturbed. They decided that they should collect the ideas of others by interview with questionnaire and also suggested that Mr Geoff Gulliver could be asked if he would be willing to be interviewed. He agreed to this request.


Poster at Conservation exhibition


The pupils had a really interesting interview with Geoff, who brought with him some old deeds and documents relating to the land, which he lent to the school for our presentation at the end of the project. Pupils in the school were interviewed, mostly in groups. Teachers were also interviewed and two members of the team did an extensive questionnaire survey of local residents of all ages. They collated, analysed and presented the data collected, using a variety of methods and producing work of a very high standard. The most popular ideas and themes relating to the ways in which the site could be used and developed included introducing various features which would encourage bird life, such as bird boxes and feeders; increasing the cleared area to allow more recreational use; creating a 'dipping area' for studying the stream life; purifying the stream water to allow a greater variety of aquatic life; introducing watch areas and 'hides'. The pupils could see potential educational uses of the land covering virtually every area of the curriculum.


Poster at Conservation exhibition


In July 2003 the pupils presented the results of their project to an audience of other pupils, teachers, parents, governors and specially invited guests. Their work was displayed in a variety of ways and included video and tape recordings as well as their own comments, observations and accounts of their activities. The response to their presentation was very positive with many appreciative and complimentary comments from those who attended.

Team Spirit Shines Through
- 13th April 2003

Those of you who have been into school since last weekend will, by now, have seen the newly decorated hall and the new art displays, the product of our art day. The hall looks truly lovely and is the result of a lot of hard work from parents, friends of school, staff and governors who kindly gave up part / all of their weekend to clean, paint, move furniture etc. We would particularly like to thank Mr and Mrs Coleman for providing extra manpower from his work assistant Duane, scaffolding towers, expertise and encouragement throughout the weekend; Sandra Wroe for encouraging her husband, Mike, to help us in our endeavours (Thanks Mike!) and for providing the work force with such a great lunch and everyone else who entered into the team spirit / hard graft of the weekend!

Fashion Show A Huge Success - 8th March 2003

Thank you to all those who came along to watch the year 6 fashion show last Friday evening. It was truly memorable. The orchestra gave a sparkling performance under the guidance of Sue Bennett and Vanessa Boswell ,who kindly joined us for the evening and the choir sang beautifully - thanks to Rose Darwin for putting together a totally new programme, which the children learned in a very short period of time. The fashion designs were outstanding. Mrs Edmondson had clearly worked extremely hard, not only in organising and planning the fashion outfits, but also in procuring stage lighting and selecting appropriate music that helped to make such a successful evening. Our thanks must also go to Sandra Wroe who organised and manned the bar throughout the whole evening on behalf of the FOHS. The comments that we received during the evening proved just how successful the event has been.

Fashion Show - 14th February 2003

Year 6 have been working very enthusiastically on their paper fashion creations and would love you to be their guest at the display of their Year 6 2003 collection on Friday 28th February 2003.

The Fashion Show has developed into a musical, dance and drama event so it should be quite entertaining. The evening begins at 6 o'clock with short performances from the orchestra, choir and a Year 6 dance. There will then be an interval where FOHS will provide a wine bar (voluntary contributions) and the sale of soft drinks and nibbles.

The Fashion Extravaganza then begins with lights, action and flashing cameras (which will be allowed in the auditorium!) It will be quite a night - don't miss it!

Governor's AGM Report 2002 - 6th January 2003

A full report from the Governing body of Helmdon Primary School is now available on-line. The file is in Microsoft Word© format (70 Kb). Please click here to access the report.

School Logs Added To Village Web Site - 25th November 2002

Since the mid 19th century the history of the school has been recorded in the school logs - a kind of headteacher's diary which records anything of note in the day-to-day life of the school. In 2000 former headmaster Mr Geoff Ipgrave wrote an article based on the school logs which is now available in its entirety on the village web site. More >>>

School Stages massive Art Exhibition
- 23rd July 2002

In the height of the Summer the school hall was turned in to a tropical jungle as part of an exhibit the children had put together on Rainforests. More >>>

Helmdon Takes Part In Computers For Schools Scheme
- 3rd February 2002


Click here to visit the Computers for Schools web site
The 2002 Computers
for Schools Campaign
Once again Tesco's have been running the Computers for Schools campaign, now in its eleventh year.

The 2002 campaign started on 28th January and Tesco gave shoppers one voucher for every £10 spent in store up to 7th April.

Helmdon school has been collecting vouchers and would like to thank everyone who has taken part and donated their vouchers to the school's collection.

All vouchers for the 2002 campaign had to be returned by 5th July, so if you have any left please hold on to them for now.

The school has a well equipped ICT suite which has proved an important asset to the school since its official opening in 2000. However, computer equipment dates quickly and there is a constant need to replace and update monitors, keyboards and the computers themselves.

The Computers for Schools is a scheme supported by Tesco to enable local schools to claim the latest computer equipment, providing pupils with invaluable computer skills to take them into the future. Since 1992 Tesco has given away over 70 million worth of computer equipment to schools.

Anybody with any questions about the Computers for Schools Campaign should contact the school secretary, Jo Wright.

Governor's AGM Report - 11th January 2002

A full report from the Governing body of Helmdon Primary School is now available on-line. The file is in PDF format, for which you need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have this you can download it for free from the Adobe web site. Once you have the viewer installed please click here to access the report.

School Sends Over 1,000 to Send a Cow
- 19th October 2001

Harvest festivals at Helmdon Primary School and Helmdon Church have helped to raise money for an organisation that helps people become self-sufficient.

After the two harvest festivals the goods taken were auctioned off and the money, which totalled 1,245.76, will be sent to Send a Cow. The organisation provides families with a cow so that when the first calf is born they pass the calf to another family. The work has been going on in Uganda but is now spreading to other countries.

A cheque was presented, from the school and residents in Helmdon, Syresham, Whitfield and Radstone, to Sandra Herbert, a representative of the organisation, in an assembly on Monday 15 October.

To learn more about the Send A Cow Appeal visit the web site
Visit the Send A Cow web site

Parents In School - 9th July 2001

Support from Parents, Grandparents and the community is still as strong as ever at Helmdon.

There are many ways that you can help at school, either in the classrooms or with other school activities. If you are able to give a few hours of your time please see any of the class teachers or Sue Blackburn. Last summer all the helpers were invited to tea. It was a lovely sunny afternoon, tea and scones were served and each Class took it in turns to entertain. It really was a wonderful afternoon.

Every Thursday afternoon between 3.30pm and 4.00pm parents are welcome to come into the classrooms and look at their children's work with them, and also to enjoy the classroom displays. Sharing assemblies are another way to share in the work and life of the school. The Friends of the School are now running a crèche to help parents with pre-school children.

Finally, if anyone wishes to look at the school policy documents they are kept in the school office.

New ICT Suite - 15th November 2000

The school is now the proud beneficiary of a new ICT suite. The work of parents and staff together, the ICT suite will ensure that pupils are able to keep pace with today's increasingly technological world. For more details and a full report please click here.
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