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  • School Lunches

    We have completed two weeks of our school meals now and we are very impressed with the quality and nutritional value of the meals provided. We are working constantly with colleagues at AIP, and small changes may be made to future menus. For now, we are seeing how the first month or so progresses.   […]

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  • Welcome and class meeting

    Please do join us next Thursday evening for our annual welcome meeting. We will begin in the hall promptly at 6.30pm with a presentation by Mrs Griffiths on raising children’s self esteem, some changes to the National Curriculum and the parent governor vacancy. Then we will move to the children’s classrooms, where the teachers will […]

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  • Club list now on website!

    The club list is now available under the ‘Children’ tab at the top of this page.  From there, scroll to the ‘After School Clubs’ for all of this year’s details.  Please contact club teachers directly.  St Luke’s sports clubs representatives will be available on Wednesday and Friday at 3.30pm in the hall for parents to […]

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  • PSHE week

    Next week, there will be a focus on Personal, Social and Health Education. Every school has a duty to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and to prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life. Classes will be focusing on how to be independent, […]

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  • Home Learning

    The senior Leadership Team have been reviewing our Home Learning Policy. It will be sent home next week, and homework will resume properly from Monday 15th September. This week and next, children will be given reading books and reading records. Books follow a banding system appropriate to their reading ability. Please ensure the read nightly […]

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  • Daily school routines

    We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of our routines at the beginning and end of the day.   *You can drop off your child at the side playground from 8.30. Staff members are present until the whistle is blown at 8.55. * Please say goodbye to your child at the door. […]

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  • Communicating with the school

    *If your child will be absent or late school please contact the school office before 9.30am in the first instance and write a letter on their return. *Parent teacher meetings are held three times per year. However, if you have worries or concerns about your child at any other time, please do let the teacher […]

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  • Assembly theme

    This week’s assembly story was ‘Have you filled a bucket today?’ by Carol McCloud. She uses a metaphor of a bucket to illustrate how being kind to others helps fill a person with happiness. Everyone has an invisible bucket that can either be filled or dipped into. The book shows how being kind, considerate and respectful to those around us ultimately helps us feel […]

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  • Dear Parents

    I have been very moved by your kind words this week congratulating me on a successful school year, and I know the staff have also appreciated your generosity. It really has been a team effort, and the hard work of all the pupils should be commended. Goodbye to our leavers; pupils, parents and staff members. […]

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  • Dates for your diary

    1st Sept: INSET day 2nd Sept: Children start back at school 4th Sept: Yr 6 secondary transfer meeting (repeat)

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  • School begins at 8.55 am on Tuesday 2nd September

    Looking ahead to the new term… Children should begin the new term wearing their winter uniform. The winter uniform list is detailed on the latest newsletter, available from our website. Please ensure that your child begins the term with the correct uniform. Shoes should be Velcro or lace up; no slip on shoes please! If you […]

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  • Edith’s Wartime Scrapbook

    On Tuesday evening Year 6 stunned the audience with their fantastic play, Edith’s wartime Scrapbook. Giving an extremely professional performance, each and every member of the class performed so professionally. Thanks to all the parents and staff for supporting the children so well with costumes, props and encouragement!

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