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12/11/2018   Parliament Week

Parliament Week activities started particularly well this morning thanks to Steve Barclay MP's visit. The children were split into the House of Lords and House of Commons and Harriet became Queen for the morning. After much 'ping-ponging' a Bill to lengthen playtime was passed. After this Mr Barclay faced Kingfishers and Owls Question Time. Next Week the children will also be involved in Suffragette Workshops to mark 100 years of women being given the right to vote. Photographs have been uploaded onto our gallery page.

12/11/2018   Odd Socks Day to mark the start of Anti Bullying Week

Our Mini Police Team organised Odd Socks Day to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week in which we shall focus- as a school- on all the things that make us perfectly unique. The week will be a celebration of differences and our sock bunting in the hall is just one way we shall be doing that. Photographs have been uploaded onto our gallery page.

30/10/2018   Be safe Be seen!

As part of our commitment to keeping children safe the JRSOs gave every child a reflective pin badge and zip pull today. With it getting darker earlier it is hoped these will help to keep our children safe and seen on their journey home from school. In addition high-vis jackets have been given to all children in Toucans Class.

10/10/2018   A second medal haul!

Congratulations to those children in Owls Class who followed on from the success of KS1 at the mini Olympics by bringing home Bronze Medals from the Upper KS2 Handball tournament- Well Done Team Tydd!

08/10/2018   Bronze Medals for KS1

Congratulations to those children in Robins Class who represented the school at the District Mini Olympics Competition. The children finished third overall bringing home Bronze Medals- Well done!

17/09/2018   Elections, Job Interviews and Volunteers

Following our recent House captain Elections, Governors interviewing successful applicants for the School Council posts and volunteers stepping up from Year 5 and 6, all roles and responsibilities have been filled in school. We wish all the children the best of luck in their new 'jobs'

04/09/2018   New faces, new roles!

As well as a very warm welcome to our new EYFS intake and their parents we are also pleased to welcome Mrs Michelle Smart and Miss Lauren Day to our staff team. Mrs Smart joins us as a Midday Supervisor and Miss Day now helps run our Breakfast Club. In addition Mrs Walker and Mrs Neale now take up Learning Support posts.