A letter from the Chair of Governors has been sent out regarding the proposal to become an academy. A copy of the letter and it’s attachment can be found here.
academy consultation letter What is an academy
The consultation period lasts from 1st December 2016 to 31st January 2017
The Governing body have agreed to an additional closure day in the summer term to enable the schools in the Aspire Multi Academy Trust to work together prior to the September start. The remaining closure days for training this year will therefore be: Friday 26th May, Monday 24th July and Tuesday 25th July 2017.
We strive to give our children an understanding of the world that God created; their place in it, their value to it and their responsibility for it.
Our core values are based in Christianity. They are: Friendship, Teamwork, Endurance, Wisdom, Trust, Service and Forgiveness.
Principles for learning
We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find any information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school direct with any queries you may have.
Thank you for visiting!
Mr Martin Armitage
Children in Junior 2 spent a fantastic week at the Frontier Centre in Northamptonshire. Activities included Canoeing, fencing, climbing, archery and raft building.
Raft Building involved the children in discussing the design of the raft using models before working as a team to build their raft.
In open canoeing the children received their first instruction in using a paddle.
The great news this term is that we finally have our new play equipment installed. We will have a formal opening ceremony when we thank FOGS and all who have helped to raise funds over the last three years. The play equipment and safe surface were very expensive and it looked as if it may never happen, but extra funding from the diocese has enabled the children’s hopes to be fulfilled.
We have also replaced our very tired playground markings. More improvements to the look of our outdoor area are planned for the half term break.
Thursday 26th March
This afternoon, following a 3 week course, our Y6 pupils and some of older Y5 pupils completed their Level 2 cycling course.
Monday 16th March
Our boys football team played their second game of the year away at Orston Primary School.
Tuesday 10th March
Some of our Y5/6 pupils took part in a Tag Rugby competition at South Nottinghamshire Academy in Radcliffe-on-Trent.
Tuesday 3rd March
A team of 8 children made up of a boy and a girl from Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 competed in the Rushcliffe Key Stage 2 Cross Country Relay Challenge at Rushcliffe Country Park.