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  • Y4 Wood Visit Cancelled - Now Tuesday 19th March

    Posted: 11th March 2019

    Unfortunately, because of the bad weather forecast for tomorrow we have decided to postpone the Y4 woods visit until next Tuesday, 19th March.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. 


  • World Book Day - Thurs 7.3.19 : Bring a Book to Share

    Posted: 03rd March 2019

    World Book Day is this year being held on Thursday 7th March.  This year we have decided not to dress up, but would ask that the children bring in a book to share please.  We will include a reminder in the next newsletter. Many thanks

  • School Grounds Working Party 9.30-10.30 Sat 9th March

    Posted: 03rd March 2019

    Following on from the success of our first School Grounds Working Party I would like to ask for volunteers to help to dig the topsoil and manure into the beds.


    If you are able to spare some time on Saturday, 9th March from 9.30 – 10.30am it would be lovely to see you.  If we get lots of volunteers there are various other small gardening jobs that need doing as well.


    Once again, please bring your own gardening tools. 


    I look forward to seeing you.


    Yours sincerely


    Jo Hughes

    Class Teacher

  • Portsmouth Water digging up the footpath on Monday 11th Feb.

    Posted: 08th February 2019

    On Monday 11th February we are expecting Portsmouth Water to be digging up the footpath outside the school and also at the front of the school.   Please take care and use the entrances into school that are not blocked by these works.  Thank you for your help. 

  • School Grounds Working Party

    Posted: 08th February 2019

    We are looking forward to our school grounds working party this Saturday, if any parents are able to give up a small amount of time between 9.30 and 12noon to help us that would be a great help.   Please bring a fork or spade as we will be weeding and digging over flower and vegetable beds, as well as many other jobs.   We look forward to seeing you. 

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