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Traditions and Special Events

We place great emphasis on having traditions and special events throughout the school year.    This is to create opportunities for performance; to bring the school together as a community; to raise money for charity and to create a sense of belonging.

The children love these events and participation and parental attendance when required is usually very high. A typical year, in addition to PTA events, will include:

  • A Spring Bonnet Parade for Reception children
  • A Daffodil Breakfast - where Reception children and their families have an Easter breakfast in the hall
  • A Day for Change – where something or everything changes to highlight a charity
  • A Sports Day – combining competitive sports 
  • A Summer Fair event for children and families 
  • A leavers’ barbecue and assembly– for our Y6 pupils
  • A cream tea for Y6 pupils and their families
  • A Christmas Concert – singing carols and sharing the Christmas story
  • 'Stay and Do' sessions where parents are invited to stay at school for a short while to take part in learning activities with their children in class
  • Numerous sharing assemblies/’Fabulous Finish’ events, enabling parents to see what has been going on in class
  • Community Games – sports competition with locality schools
  • Divali Celebration 
  • Odd Socks day to clebrate diversity and promote kindness
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