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GV News End of Spring Term 2024

GV News Spring 1 2024

GV News End of Autumn Term 2023

GV News Autumn 1 2023

Governor Newsletter Autumn 2023

Welcome Back Autumn 2023

GV News Summer 2 2023

GV News Summer 1 2023


GV News Spring 2 2023

GV News Spring 1 2023

Staffing 2024 - 2025

Ofsted letter from the Chair of Governors

Ofsted Report 2024

Curriculum News Summer 1

Y6 SATS Letter

Mobile Phone Application Form & Contract

Y4 & Y5 Mobile Phones

Summer Teaching Students

Parents Feedback Letter - Spring 2024

Is your child protected against Measles?

Please see below the letter and links to advice from St Helens Council and NHS England


Measles Letter from St Helens Council

Dojo Letter - Spring 2024

OPAL - Help Needed!

OPAL News Spring 1

Spring 1 2024 Curriculum News

Reading Update

Year 1 Parents/Carers Letter

Autumn 2 Curriculum News

Year 6 Transition Support

Curriculum News Autumn 2023


Parents Evenings 2023 - 2024

Reading News Autumn 2023

Attendance News Autumn 2023

2023-2024 Staffing
17/06/24  1:30 - 3pm
17/06/24 1:30 - 3pm
19/06/24  1pm
19/06/24 1pm
16.07/24  3:30 - 5:30pm
16.07/24 3:30 - 5:30pm
SATs Week
SATs Week

Eight Squishmallows have landed!

The Squishmallows are related to our Dojo monsters and would love our children to look after them for a while!

Each week they will choose a child who has behaved well and worked hard in school to spend some time with.

If you are the lucky one chosen please write in their diary about the time you have together so we can share it, in school, with everyone else!


HAF Booklet

The aim of the HAF programme is to support children to eat more healthily, be more active over the school holidays and have a greater knowledge of health and nutrition, as well as be more engaged with school and other local services.

The HAF programme is primarily for children aged 4-18 years who are eligible for and receiving benefits-related free school meals (FSM), and their families. Children who are in receipt of a support plan via Early Help, Child In Need or Children We Look After, EHCP, or if your child receives additional hours at school then you are also eligible for the HAF programme.

To find out more and to access the programme, simply visit https://www.sthelens.gov.uk/holidayfun 

The next council meeting is at The Hub, Beacon Building, College Street. WA10 1TF on Tuesday 26th March 4.30pm - 5.30pm. 

Science Fayre 2024
Science Fayre 2024
Book Fair 7th - 13th March 2024
Book Fair 7th - 13th March 2024