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We are proud to be an academy within
Peterborough Diocese Education Trust.
'Living and learning together, celebrating life in all its fullness.'
Latest News ...
FROM 01 JUNE school WILL OPEN TO A WIDER NUMBER OF CHILDREN (rECEPTION, y1, y6 AND CHILDREN OF KEY WORKERS).
FOR ALL OTHER YEAR GROUPS HOME LEARNING PROVISION WILL CONTINUE DURING THE SUMMER TERM.
For latest news and updates during school closure click on 'Latest News' ribbon.
For information about curriculum and home learning click on 'Classes' and your child's class name.
SIAMS Inspection Report
We are pleased to announce our latest SIAMS report is now available to read. The overall judgement was GOOD and is testament to the effectiveness of our distinctive Christian character, vision and aims.
To read the full report click on School Information ribbon and SIAMS or Life in a Church School.
Helping Families Have Fun With Reading
For easy ways to make reading part of every day go to:
For tools to help your child think and talk about the world around them go to:
The Wonderful WSSES Reading Challenge
You should be be well on the way with your reading challenge by now. If you need a new copy of the record sheet you can download it here:
Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) judged this school to be a
'The welcoming Christian vision is lived out at all levels of the academy where releasing the God-given potential of each member is foremost.' SIAMS March 2020
Latest WSSES Calendar Events
- End of Term 617Jul2020
Please take some time to read the guidance about online safety, social media and gaming on the Northamptonshire 'Children First' website - there are fact sheets and online safety agreements which you might find it useful to use with your children, especially whilst they are at home.
We’re Getting Heart Smart
This year we are using a new PSHE resource called ‘HEARTSMART’. Boris the Robot will be helping our children build resilience, wellbeing and healthy relationships through fun activities linked to 5 key themes: ‘Don’t forget to let love in’; ‘Too much selfie isn’t healthy’; ‘Don’t rub it in, rub it out’; ‘Fake is a Mistake’ and ‘No way through isn’t true’. There are also home learning activities and areas for discussion that you might find beneficial as a family. If you would like to learn more about Boris and join in with the Heartsmart activity for this term, go to:
Terracycle Pen Recycling
We are delighted to announce that we are now an official Bic Community Champion drop off location for pen recycling. Please bring all used pens, highlighters, markers, biros and correction fluid pots to school and place them in the collection box, which will be located in the under-cover area. We cannot accept pencils, crayons, glue sticks, rulers, erasers or cutting objects that might disturb the recycling process so please ensure you do not include any of these items in your recycling. When our box is full we can send it back to Terracycle and earn cash rewards for our school. Once collected, the writing instruments are separated by material composition, cleaned and melted into hard plastic that can be remolded to make new recycled products.
Please spread the word to your family and friends so that the whole of the local community can get involved!