Alison Peacock

It’s a new year, but our focus is still the same

To build on previous learning, we ensure that everything and anything feels possible for our children

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So, We’re fully underway with a new school year. After a long summer break, the children have grown – many will have freshened uniforms, new shoes and a smart haircut. Seemingly boundless energy ripples throughout the school as they get to know what it is like to be in their new class with a different teacher.

For many years now, we have chosen to take our Year 6 children on a residential activity week almost immediately in the autumn term. This year, the dates have fallen in such a way that their first day of term will also be the day that they climb aboard a coach bound for an activity ...

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