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Message from the Headteacher

I would like to wish everyone a happy Summer holiday as well as encourage everyone to enjoy lots of Family time together.

Additionally, I hope that the summer holidays are a time to enjoy warmer climes or hope that the British summer is not too unkind. But for one cadre of pupils it can be an anxious time. I am referring to those who are currently in our Year 6, whose lives will be completely changed on their return to education. We will miss them all dreadfully but we recognise that for some it will mean leaving childhood friends, for others it will mean the hard challenge of becoming, once again a small fish in a big pond. The Salvation Army has recently launched a podcast series of six to seven minute episodes, focusing on this transition. If you're interested or think someone in your class might be, please click on the link below:

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