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Newsletter 14th February 2020

It has been a wonderfully, successful half-term and thank you to those who joined us at our Gem assemblies.  Indeed, I have been very impressed with the children’s knowledge of their topics this term, especially around penguins – particularly in Reception, who sang me a lovely song! Click here to read more.

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Newsletter 31st January 2020

It has been great to see a variety of work these past few weeks and I have been encouraging children to come and see me with what they’ve done. I have seen improved handwriting in Year 2, letter formation in Y1 and deepening fraction problems in Y6 to name but a few. Click here to

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Newsletter 6th December 2019

The children are in good spirits, as the festive period commences. We have winter displays going up, so please look at those when you pop in on Thursdays and Fridays. Click here to read the newsletter.

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Newsletter 11th October 2019

The Autumn Term is fully in the swing of things and I have been privileged to see all your children working incredibly hard in their classrooms. Click here to read the newsletter.

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Newsletter 27th September 2019

It’s been a busy few weeks in school; children are already underway and are embracing their new Topics.  It has also been great to see our Maths Day and Where’s Wally Day this week; the children have had opportunity to try out many different activities in different classrooms. Click here to read the newsletter.

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Newsletter 13th September 2019

Welcome back to all of our families, existing and new! It has been lovely to see our new Reception children settling in down at the Infant School and I know that the rest of the children have enjoyed their first week with their new teachers. Click here to read the newsletter.

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Newsletter 19th July 2019

What a fabulous year! We are officially a ‘Good’ Federation with plenty to celebrate. Our children, as always, have shown true Gem Powers this year and I’ve personally been thrilled to see so many parents at school events during the year to celebrate with them. Click here to read the newsletter.

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Newsletter 14th June 2019

What an eventful week we’ve all had.  Reception have enjoyed a trip to the Bristol Aquarium, as well as children in Y5 performing in the Gloucester Sinfonietta concert at Churchdown Village School.  We have also enjoyed and still are reveling in the netball squad’s victory over St Mary’s Catholic Primary to become champions of the

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Newsletter 17th May 2019

What a busy week we’ve all had!! Well done to the Year 6 children for completing their KS2 SATs and congratulations to our Y2 children who have nearly finished theirs. Here’s to another busy week, but with plenty to look forward to. I understand that our little stars from Green Class gave a lovely performance

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Newsletter 3rd May 2019

Welcome back all! I hope you all had a restful Easter holiday and are looking forward to the Summer Term.  As always, there’s plenty to get organised for, so please do keep a note of the dates on the newsletter; there have been a few amendments already. Look for the starred changes. Read more

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Newsletter 4th April 2019

So, the Easter holidays are now upon us and I want to thank all the staff and children for working incredibly hard throughout this busy term.  I would also like to thank the staff and children for this week’s teacher swap.  It has been eye-opening for all involved and I know the children and teachers

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Newsletter 15th March 2019

Well, I think it’s important to alert you to the news that Goldilocks is on the loose and Red and Green classes are doing all they can to catch the blonde culprit for her indiscretions. Apparently, she has stolen porridge bowls, has misplaced a trainer and can be seen in an all-in-one tracksuit. If you

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Newsletter 1st March 2019

What a fabulous half-term! The children enjoyed their Spring 1 topics and you may have seen the wonderful corridor displays, ranging from Emperor Penguins to inspired art work in the style of Kandinsky. Indeed, I’m very impressed with the writing I have seen across the curriculum also, in particular the Year 2 recounts of Warwick

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