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The weekly blog - keeping you up-to-date with school life; Stars of the Week; Housepoint winners and much more..

Welcome back.  If I haven’t seen you this week, Happy New Year.  I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and an enjoyable break.  


Swindon Borough Council has launched its attendance strategy and I will attach the booklet and send out in an email next week.  This shows how we have to send letters out as pupils drop below certain percentages over a 12 week period.


If you have not seen your emails, please check as our club list went out this week and all clubs start next week, including our Friday clubs.


Stars of the Week

Nursery Hunter T 🤩
Reception Travis F 🤩
Year 1 Hugh R 🤩
Year 2 Enhar T 🤩
Year 3 Nathan K 🤩
Year 4 Thomas C 🤩
Year 5 Kai S 🤩
Year 6

Rayyan Z 🤩


Housepoint Winners

EYFS Eleanor T 🥳
Key Stage One Niamh C 🥳
Lower Key Stage Two Thomas M 🥳
Upper Key Stage Two

Zachary M 🥳


Well done everyone for earning housepoints for your house.  This week’s winning house is St. Patrick 🇮🇪

2nd place: St. David

3rd place: St. George

4th place: St. Andrew


Doodle Learning

Remember, you should be completing doodle maths and doodle spell as your nightly homework.  This week’s winners are:

Maths: Year 3

Spelling: Year 5



This week’s winning class with 100% attendance is Nursery 🏆 well done. Our youngest children showing the way to be in school everyday.


Whole school attendance is 93.0%


In other news…

We have had some staff changes over the Christmas period.  I ran out of time to tell you all before we broke up, so planned to include the information in my first blog.


Mrs Turay has left the nursery and we wish her all the very best in her new role.  We are excited to announce that we welcome back Mrs Carter-Selwood, who will be the children’s key worker in nursery and will complete all reports and parent evenings.  Mr Davis, Ms Perre and Miss Bennetta will still work in the nursery at different points.


We also welcome back full time Mrs Harris.  She will now be Year 1’s class teacher full time, which will free up Mr Hatcliffe to concentrate on SEND interventions and completing his Deputy Headteacher role, including teaching swimming.


I hope you have a lovely weekend.


Mr A