Friday 8th March 2024



Friday 8th March

Year 4 Sleepover

Monday 11th March to Friday 15th March

Science Week

Monday 11th March

Year 6 SATs and Residential Briefing at 6pm

Thursday 14th March to 16th May (every Thursday)

Year 4 Swimming

Friday 22nd March

Year 4 South Bank Trip

Year 2 Class Assembly - Brazil/Carnival Day

Tuesday 26th March

Year 4 attending High School Musical Production at Chessington School

Year 1 Castle Day

Thursday 28th March

Last day of term (early finish) - No Explorers

Friday 29th March to Friday 12th April

Easter break

Monday 15th April

Children Return

Friday 19th April

Reception Class Trip - Bocketts Farm

Friday 26th April

Year 4 Class Assembly


Walk, Cycle or Scoot to School

Walk, cycle or scoot to school next week as part of the Big Walk and Wheel.  Leave your car behind for the week and children can collect points everyday to enter the school into a prize draw.  We will also be running an inter-class competition for the week.

Scientist Volunteers for Science Week

Next week is Science Week.  We have already had the scientists from the National Physical Laboratory visit and we would love to have more visitors with knowledge and experience of working in STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths) come in to talk to the children, either in class or in an assembly.   Please contact the school via



It was glorious to see the children dressed up in their amazing costumes and so committed to our celebration of traditional tales and nursery rhymes.  Many of these stories have been passed down through the years and generation to generation and it was lovely to remind everyone of some classic tales.  Each class focused on a traditional story and came up with ideas such as drama, illustrations, puppets and retelling with a twist.  

We had two drama performances and the children loved being immersed in the wonderful world of books. They should have come home with a £1 book voucher - so visit your local bookstore or go on-line as some books can be bought with that one voucher. 

We are dedicating this newsletter to World Book Day!



Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Drama for World Book Day

Thank you Nescott College Performing Arts students.  The children loved it!


Apply now for 15 or 30 hours childcare to start your place in April.

If your child turns two on or before 31st March and you are an eligible working parent in England, you can apply for up to 15 hours childcare or early education per week, over 38 weeks of the year. Read the Governments Education Hub blog to find out more about how to claim 15 hours childcare including how to get your code.

If your child turns three or four on or before 31st March and you are an eligible working parent in England, you can apply for up to 30 hours childcare or early education per week, over 38 weeks of the year.

The deadline to apply is 31st March. We recommend you do so by the end of February to get your childcare code in good time. 

If you haven’t used a childcare provider before or want to change it, find the right one for you and check whether they offer 15 or 30 hours childcare.

Click here to apply for your childcare hours

This is the full safeguarding team in school. They are all trained to Level 3 and everyone in the school received the annual update of Safeguarding Level 2 training at INSET.   

Contact details: 020 8397 3864 or email: to request a safeguarding call back. For pupil support, contact 020 8397 3864 or email:  


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Kingston Adult Education - Courses for parent and carers

Please click here for a brochure outlining some of the courses available at Kingston Adult Education, part of Kingston Council, during the Spring Term.

A number of these courses are free.   

Courses take place at various times and locations across our borough, and include:


·  Reducing anxiety and developing resilience in your child

·  Help your child be a good friend

·  Support your child through exam stress

·  Assisting your child with their math's school work


They also offer a comprehensive range of vocational and creative courses to develop your skills, increase your earning potential and improve your wellbeing.

For further information, please contact Kingston Adult Education directly on 020 8547 6700 or at