Dear Parents/Carers A while ago I wrote to parents and carers to explain that the Governors of the school were reviewing the school uniform. We do have parent governors represented on the governing body. The Governors and school staff feel that it is exceptionally important for children to look smart in their school uniform andDetails
St Nicholas Priory staff and pupils are sad to say good-bye to popular Teaching Assistant, Linda Reynolds who is retiring at the end of term after 25 years of working at the school. Staff held a surprise retirement party for Linda at the Kensington Hotel and presented her with gifts of flowers and travel vouchers.Details
Over the summer, the Internet can be welcome company for many children, parents and carers. Holidays can be a great time to catch up with friends online and download the latest apps and games. Take the lead and make time to talk to your child about their life online and remind them of safer ways to behave. Review privacy settings andDetails
This social networking app randomly connects users with people using Snapchat for a short live video chat, with the option of adding the person on Snapchat to continue the connection. Before connecting, users can see the ‘alleged’ age and gender of the potential ‘friend’ and can choose to accept the video chat or not. Be aware that there is no verification of age and the appDetails
On Friday 30th June 2017 year 1 will be treated to a picnic and theatre production.
Garlic Theatre will be telling the story of ‘Three Billy Goat’s Gruff’, the story of three hungry goats and a grumpy old troll.
The pupil premium is a sum of money given to schools each year by the Government to improve outcomes for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Priory currently receives £935 per year for each pupil who is eligible, and the money is spent on trips, music lessons, extra lessons for those children and more! Children who receiveDetails
The parents’ evening for those children starting in Y3 in September will now be on Thursday 29th June at 6pm (and not 6th July as previously published in our recent newsletter). A letter will be sent in the post to parents detailing further information.
Raising Learners is a campaign from Norfolk County Council which is launching this summer to help raise children’s numeracy and literacy levels across the county. It offers lots of ideas, tips, fun games and a competition to help make learning a part of everyday family life and help avoid the learning dip during the summerDetails
Year 5 had a small but successful book swap day in the library on the 11th May 2017.
Everyone who remembered to bring in an old book was able to swap it for a new and exciting book that they hadn’t read before.