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  • Parent Forum- Diversity and Equality

    Published 12/06/23

    Parent Forum Meeting with a focus on Diversity and Equality

    Tuesday 27th June 2023 in the KS1 hall:

    Session 1- 9.05-10 am.


    Session 2-5.35-6.30 pm.

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  • Diversity and Equality Parent Forum

    Published 18/10/21

    Thank you to all the parents/carers who were able to attend the forum.  Please see attached for the presentation and meeting notes.

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  • World Book Day Masked Readers

    Published 01/03/21

    Can you guess the World Book Day masked readers??

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  • Mini Grey sends book inspiration for Balfour Children

    Published 10/02/21

    Ms Rhodes let me know that you’ve been looking at my book Traction Man, and using it as inspiration to make your own stories.

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  • Get Caught Reading winners

    Published 29/01/21

    Get Caught Reading Competition

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  • Forest Class Scuptures

    Published 08/01/21

    Forest Class showing us some of the amazing sculptures they made as part of their distance learning! Amazing job!!

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  • Cycle training

    Published 20/10/20

    Cycle training available. 

    Please see the attached PDFs for information on the various training programmes offered by the Local Authority. More information can also be found at: 

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  • Prospective Parents Open Events

    Published 09/10/20

    We have tours taking place all throughout Nov & Dec and meet-the-Headteacher webinars 9-11 November. See the 'New Parents' page for more information!  

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  • Black Lives Matter

    Published 13/05/20

    Following the murder of George Floyd, a black American man, by American police officers, hundreds of thousands of people around the world have marched on the streets, protesting against the racism and prejudice towards black people under the banner ‘Black Lives Matter’. It has prompted many people to think about the inequalities that exist in society and how these affect their community as well as their own lives.

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