Pupil Parliament is a group that involves representatives from the other school councils.
This is the page for news from the Junior Road Safety Officers
Our council helps everyone be online more safely
Eco council tries to help everyone make small changes to help protect our environment.
This is what the School Council is all about
The Learning Council is made up from pupils from all our classes.
Once every half term, we meet to discuss what is happening in our lessons, what we are enjoying and what we would like to change.
We have put together some extra details about how we as a school will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday the 4th of March, both for those of you learning from home, and those who will be in school. Please have a look at the documents below, and don’t forget to print out your world book day voucher to spend on a book!
Dress up as a book character and join your lessons on line for book related activities all day (Key worker children can come into school dressed up too!)
We hope you have a lovely half-term break. One Suffolk have provided some half term activities for children. You will need to sign up in advance to attend the virtual sessions! See the sheets below:
This time, we focussed on our disadvantaged children, and our students with SEND.
You can see what they had to say below:
This bright picture won our Junior Road Safety Officer competition – well done to everyone who took part!
The school will continue to be vigilant and careful in caring for the children, staff and visitors by maintaining our procedures such as temperature testing and regular handwashing. From today we are asking all visitors, including parents and carers, to wear masks within the school buildings. Thank you to everybody for respecting the instructions for the staggered start and finish.
We asked the parents and carers some questions based on the worship and teaching of RE in our school.