Dear Parents/Carers I am writing to ask you to be extra careful when dropping off and collecting your child to and from school by car. We have had another ‘near miss’ very recently when a child was almost hit by a car driving through the barrier on the pedestrianised area of the Market Place outsideDetails
Every morning at 08.30 – 09.00 we will be running a parent drop-in session in the dining room. There will be tea, coffee, biscuits and a member of staff on hand if you have any concerns about your child or their school life.
Dear Parents and Carers Have you heard of the British Council’s website resource for learning English? It can be found at http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en and we hope to soon add a link to our website. This website gives resources for teaching and improving your English and your child’s English language. The British Council’s LearnEnglish program is free 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.