Date: 20th October 2017

Issue No. 5 
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Upcoming Dates

Y2 Tagus St Paul's Trip -  Mon 30th October 2017    Y2 Seine St Paul's Trip -  Thurs 2nd November 2017
         Y6 Hudson Class Assembly - Fri 3rd November 2017          Y3 Nile Class Assembly - Fri 10th November2017
*Please note that class assemblies start at 9:10am
Monday 23rd October - Friday 27th October 
Absence Text Messages
You can now send texts to notify us of your child's absence. Just text your child's name, class and the reason for their absence to 07860030526
Philosophy Club
We are excited to announce that Philosophy Club will be starting after half term for year 4, 5 and 6. This club will be every Friday in Ganges Class at 12:30 - 13:00.
Help us keep our school safe!
As always the safety of your children is our priority.
 We do need to identify anyone that comes on to the school site during the day so parents will be asked to wear visitor badges when on the school site for meetings and assemblies. Where meetings/assemblies are at the beginning of the school day you will be required to report to the school office to obtain a sticker. Parents will not be permitted to wait in the playgrounds after dropping their children off at the classroom door as the gates are locked at 9am .
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
International Evening

We held our annual International Evening this week and had great fun watching all of the performances. Thank you to everyone who participated in the event and to all parents who provided food for the evening. 

Parents Evening

Please be aware that Parents Evening is fast approaching. This year, Parents Evening will fall on Wednesday 15th November and  Wednesday 22nd November.

Secondary Application 
Secondary applications deadline - Tuesday October 31st. Apply online at

School Uniform 
Please ensure your child wears correct school uniform including black footwear and no colourful trainers. Also, please make sure that any hair accessories are small and discreet.

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