Breakfast Club ...... Coming Soon
Freestyler Stephen Gray sharing his skills with us.
First Time Admissions
Is your child or do you know someone who has a child due to start school Autumn 2020
You need to apply for your school place by the 15th January 2020 www.leics.gov.uk/online_application
Secondary School Admissions
Secondary school places
All parents of Year 6 children will need to apply for a place for their childs' Secondary school.
How to Apply
If your child is due to begin secondary school Autumn Term 2020, you will be able to apply September 2019 by clicking the link below: The deadline for applications is 31st October 2019
LOROS Fitness in Schools.
A huge thank you for all the sponsorship money raised for our LOROS day. The children had a fantastic
day learning about staying fit and healthy which was always great fun! We raised a massive £957 of
which half will go to school to improve equipment for our playtimes and lunchtimes.
Following our Maths Meetings to Parents, please click below to view our Maths Calculation Methods Booklet and also the Powerpoint presentations from each of the meetings.
Please click below for some online maths games created by Woodlands Maths Zone
Leicestershire Optical Committee are keen to encourage parents to take their children to the Opticians where they can have a FREE NHS EYE TEST
It is important that those children with undetected vision problems are picked up as early as possible
The Leicestershire & Rutland Local Optometric Committee representing local opticians & optometrists have designed the Children’s Eye Test leaflet for us to circulate to all parents. Please click the link below.
Healthy Together – the new name for our 0-19 public health services (incorporating school nursing services) across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Below is a copy of a leaflet with details of how parents and carers, children and schools can access health advice and support.
School Sun Hats now available - click here for details
What is a Parents’ Forum?
A meeting in which parents, governors and staff can share and talk about matters of school interest.
What a Parents’ Forum isn’t…
It is not a place to discuss concerns about an individual child or member of staff.
Why a Parents’ Forum?
We all want to provide the best possible outcomes for our children.
Aims of the Forum
To discuss school related issues.
To develop open communication and consultation between parents, staff and governors.
- To listen to ideas
- To seek views
- Check we are meeting pupil / parent needs
- To present information about general matters.
See our Calendar for dates and times of the next meeting.