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  • Letter from the Governors regarding the wider re-opening of school

    Published 21/05/20

    Please see a message from the governors regarding the wider reopening of school and kindergarten. Copies of their letters and accompanying documents were sent out to all parents yesterday can be found on our return to school  and return to kindergarten pages

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  • Latest information on GOV.UK regarding the re-opening of schools

    Published 12/05/20

    Please visit the GOV.UK website where you can find the latest information for parents and carers regarding the re-opening of nurseries, schools and colleges from the 1st June 2020.

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  • Weekly letter from the Headteacher

    Published 01/05/20

    Please find the latest letter from Mrs James. A copy can also be found on our  School Letters' page.

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  • Cheltenham Foodbank - appeal for donations

    Published 01/05/20

    During the current crisis, Cheltenham Foodbank has seen a rise in the number of families it is helping to support. In order for them to continue to help as many people as possible they are appealing for donations.

    People can help in several different ways.  They can

    • leave donated items at the foodbank donation point in their supermarket
    • make a cash donation through the foodbank's website https://cheltenham.foodbank.org.uk/give-help/donate-money/
    • take donations directly to the foodbank - we have extended our hours for this purpose to Monday-Friday, 9.30am to 3.00pm
    • organise a community collection - for example, organising neighbours or members of an organisation to make a group donation.
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  • What's new on the website?

    Published 30/04/20

    Our Coronavirus information page has been updated with the latest advice from the Government, including the new online portal to apply for testing and links to their information leaflets that are now available in a variety of languages and easy to read formats. 

    Our Kids Club brochure has also been updated. 

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  • New online learning resources from Oak National Academy

    Published 21/04/20

    The Oak National Academy launched on Monday 20 April. This brand-new enterprise has been created by teachers and is backed by government grant funding. It provides 180 video lessons each week, across a broad range of subjects from maths to art to languages, for every year group from Reception through to Year 10.

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  • What's new on the website

    Published 20/04/20

    Please visit our Coronavirus information page to see the latest advice from the Department of Education,  some child-centred resources that have been translated into a number of languages, and other useful resources.

    Don't forget if you are concerned about your child staying safe online please visit our online safety page which has lots of valuable information and useful links to many websites .

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  • Letter from the Headteacher

    Published 20/04/20

    Please find the latest letter from Mrs James. A copy can also be found on our  School Letters' page.

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  • Latest Early Help Newsletter - now available

    Published 17/04/20

    The Early Help team's latest newsletter containing help and support available to families within Cheltenham is now available. Please visit our Coronavirus information page to access all this information. 

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  • Latest letter from the Headteacher

    Published 03/04/20

    Please find the latest letter from Mrs James. A copy of this can be found on our school letters page

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  • Latest advice and support the Early Help Team and advice for supporting children with additional needs.

    Published 03/04/20

    The Early Help team's latest newsletter containing help and support available to families within Cheltenham is now available. They have also provided a useful contact list for themselves and other local groups.

    Also the latest guidance is available from GCC for families that are caring for children with additional needs during Covid-19.

    Please visit our Coronavirus information page to access all this information. 

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