Published on: 3rd May, 2024

Newsletter Summer 24, week 4


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Headteacher message Summer term week 4

Dear Parents and Carers,

A busy week in school! On Monday we welcomed Mr Allen to Oak Class; the children were so welcoming and it already feels like he’s been here forever. You will get the chance to say hello properly on June 5th, at the Open Showcase afternoon, where parent and carers are invited into school classrooms and children share their pride in their work.

We said our last goodbyes to Mrs Lyon, a stalwart of our school for the last 7 years. Mrs Lyon wanted me to pass on her heartfelt thanks for all the very kind words and gifts she received. She will be very missed by us all.

We welcomed our Acorns parents to an Open Hour today and enjoyed seeing them learning through their play.

I have sent a message out today but could I remind everyone here to please supervise your children at drop off and pick up , on the lanes. We have to remain very careful about traffic speeds, considerate parking and keeping children close as we use the lanes – thank you.

Could I also ask that children stand with you on the playground at pick up, and don’t play in the woods or on the field and playground – thank you.

Have  a lovely Bank Holiday weekend – let’s hope we get some sun!

Justine Keeling-Paglia


coming up in Summer week 5

Bank Holiday on Monday 6th – school opens again on Tuesday 7th May

All classes will be enjoying Hedgehog Week, learning about hedgehogs and their hoglets…and maybe bringing something home.


Oak Class- What a Mess!!

Apologies to all parents for the state of Oak Class following yesterday’s lesson involving clay! The children had great fun creating ’round houses’ as part of our lessons on about Anglo-Saxons. They created ‘wattle and daub’ to make the structures of their houses and lolly sticks to add support. Next we will complete the roof of the houses and look forward to sharing them with you.

In the meantime, we do hope that you all managed to get the clay out of their uniforms. Following an outstanding effort from Mrs Guy, Oak Class has now returned to some normality!

Road Closures in May

As you may have seen there are a number of planned road closures in the local area.  Please check the information provided by Shropshire Council to see if it will effect you.


Shropshire Highways letter May 24

STARs Summer 24 week 4

Lottie-Lou     Ryan       Noah     Ethan        Lizzie