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  • The Big Ambition

    Published 22/11/23

    The Big Ambition – Have your say!

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  • What Parents and Carers Need to Know about YouTube

    Published 20/11/23

    What Parents and Carers Need to Know about YouTube

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  • Family numeracy course

    Published 16/11/23

    We are pleased to join with Learn Harrow to offer locally the attached Family Numeracy course ( which is for parents and carers only)

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  • Positive Noticing Day

    Published 15/11/23

    Today is a day where we will make extra effort to notice the positive things that happen each day and appreciate them!

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  • School Tours

    Published 07/11/23
    If your children are starting Reception in September 2024, please contact the School Office to arrange a tour.
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  • Poppy Appeal 2023

    Published 06/11/23

    Dear Parents and Carers, 

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  • EHCP Parental Workshop

    Published 02/11/23

    Workshops run by Harrow Sendias

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  • OPAL Community Appeal

    Published 01/11/23

    OPAL Community Resources Appeal

    Dear Parents/Carers, 

    Last summer we started The Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) primary program that improved opportunities for physical activity, socialisation, cooperation, coordination, resilience, creativity, imagination, and enjoyment through play.

    OPAL is based on the idea that as well as learning through good teaching, your children also learn when they play. As 20% of their time in school is playtime, we want to make sure that this amount of time (equivalent to 1.4 years of primary school) is as productive as possible. 


    One reason the school is carrying out this programme is that childhood has changed, many children no longer get their play needs met whilst out of school.  


    • Average screen time per day is six hours. 
    • Average outdoor play time per week is five hours. 
      • Percentage of UK children who only play outdoors with other children whilst at school is 56%. 


    As mentioned in the OPAL launch letter sent out at the start of the program, we will be continuing to collect unwanted yet useful items for the children to play with, we call these “loose parts”. The items we are looking for will enable us to enjoy a wider range of play experiences during playtime (see below for some examples): 


    • Road Cones
    • Scooters
      • Lego bricks
    • Foam sheets/camping rolls/yoga mats 

    The main item we are seeking more of is waterproof/wellington boots: play outside is very important and boots will help pupils to also enjoy rainy days.

    Over the next three weeks, we are encouraging our community to bring in as much as they can. There will be rewards for the best classes!

    • The class that donates the most wellies will receive a fantastic WET PLAY BUNDLE to help enjoy rainy days!
    • The class that donates the most scooters will be the only class to use the new scooter truck for 1 entire week!
    • The 3 pupils who will donate the most will receive free tickets for the cinema!

    The collection period will start on Monday 6th November and run until Thursday 30th November. Winners will be announced during class assembly on Monday 1st December.   


    Thank you for your continued support of our OPAL Primary Program. We look forward to sharing more of our playtime adventures soon.  


    Kind Regards

    Mr Revens and Mrs Verro

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  • Individual/Sibling Photos 2nd and 3rd November

    Published 01/11/23

    A reminder to parents/carers that individual and sibling photos will be taken either tomorrow or Friday. Please make sure that your child is wearing their full school uniform on both days.

    All siblings will have their picture taken unless you have emailed the school office to state that you do not want it taken. 

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  • London Youth Games 2024

    Published 31/10/23

    CALLING ALL CRICKETERS : London Youth Games 2024 - Boys and Girls Indoor Cricket Trials & Sessions

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  • Readers of the Week Beginning 16th October to 20th October

    Published 31/10/23

    Well done to all of these amazing readers! 

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  • Step2Skills Free Half Term Family Workshops

    Published 19/10/23
    Step2Skills are funded by the Government, are part of Hertfordshire County Council and provide services in Hertfordshire for learning within the community.   Further information can be obtained from their website: https://www.hertford
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