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Congratulations Miss Gale!

15 July 2016

On the 30th of July Miss Gale is getting married! We held a special presentation in the KS1 hall to congratulate her! When she returns in September she will be 'Mrs Grimshaw'! We wish her the best of luck.

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Reception have a farewell picnic with their Year 6 Buddies!

15 July 2016

As the Year 6's are leaving, they had a picnic and play time with their Buddies in Reception. It was a lovely afternoon. Here are some photos...

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Music Performance

12 July 2016

Well done to all the children that played an instrument at yesterdays Music Performance. Here are a couple of photos!

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Year 2 and Year 6 Leavers Assemblies

12 July 2016

Last week both Year 6 and Year 2 put on wonderful assemblies which parents and fellow pupils enjoyed... We wish the Year 6's the best of luck for their future and their time in secondary school - we have really enjoyed having them at St Ann's. We also wish the Year 2's luck as they move to the Junior building to start their time Year 3. Here are some pictures from both assemblies...

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Announcements

£304.62 Raised for Cornerstone!

28 June 2016

Click below to see the letter we received from Cornerstone thanking us for the money raised through chocolate tombolas!

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Own Clothes Day

23 June 2016

Just a reminder for parents that on Tuesday 28th June we are having a ‘non uniform’ day. In exchange for wearing their own clothes, children are asked to bring in to school a bottle or a gift for the Tombola stall. We look forward to seeing everyone at our Summer Fair on Saturday 2nd July (weather permitting).

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Parent's Evening

10 May 2016

Parents Evening will be taking place on both Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th of May between 4pm and 7:30pm. Here is a list of which day each classes Parents Evening will be held...

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Shakespeare Day

14 April 2016

It has come to our attention that some parents are having difficulty acquiring a suitable costume for Shakespeare Day on Friday 29th April. The children could dress up as either a Tudor or a character from a Shakespeare play. We would like to offer the following suggestions that will be inexpensive so that all of our children can be involved:

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