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Music Dates for your Diaries

  • Thursday 30th March at 3.15pm choir will be singing on the playground


We have 3 music assemblies coming up where parents of the musicians playing are warmly invited to attend:


  • Friday 21st April 9.05am Brass players

  • Friday 28th April 9.05am Woodwind players

  • Friday 26th May 9.05am Keyboard players



Inconsiderate Parking

Unfortunately, we are continuing to receive calls in the office about inconsiderate parking. Please park safely and not across drive ways or on the yellow zig-zags. Perhaps the ‘Big Walk & Wheel’ for the next two weeks might encourage parents to park a little further away and stride into school!

Big Walk & Wheel - 20th to 31st March 2023

Get set… we’re taking part in 'Big Walk and Wheel 2023' - the UK’s largest

inter-school cycling, walking and scooting challenge. The challenge runs from 20th - 31st March and children are encouraged to walk, cycle or scoot to school on as many days as possible during the event for a chance to win prizes for school whilst also promoting a healthy lifestyle and cleaner air. We will be sending out further details next week, including how you can be involved if you live further afield. Thank you, Katy Braley 


King’s Coronation Celebration at Kenilworth Castle

Our school choir have been invited to sing at a community event at Kenilworth Castle to celebrate the King's Coronation. At the moment, this is the information I have, but I will update you when I have more details. I will also send out a consent form for those children who have expressed an interest in taking part.

The choir will perform at Kenilworth Castle on Sunday 7th May from 11am - 12pm. There will be big screens at the castle, which will be showing family films on the Sunday and Monday. Families of the participating children will be able to enter the castle for free on the Sunday.  Helen Lloyd

New Reception Teacher

We are pleased to announce that Miss Harriet Christie will be joining the team as Reception teacher on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, covering Mrs MacKinnon’s maternity leave from the start of the Summer Term.


Football Kit
Priors Field are currently looking at purchasing a new football kit for the Y5 & 6 football matches. Before we go any further we were wondering if any local businesses would like to sponsor the kit and help contribute towards the cost. Please email if this is something you're interested in and would like more information. 

Many thanks, Liam Berrig​an


KS2 School Meals

If your child would like school meals next half term please make a payment of £60 (25 days @ £2.40) to the school bank account (30 94 93, 66543860) on or before Monday 27th February.  If your child currently has school meals then they have a credit slip to bring home today.

Lost Property

In an attempt to give the cloakrooms a deep clean we are sending all clothing, bags and boots home for half-term. Please can you return all items to school on Monday 27th March and check everything is named. We do not keep lost property in school. Any unclaimed items of uniform will be donated to the PTA for the second-hand uniform shop. Hats, gloves, wellies etc will be donated to charity or recycled. Thank you.

Lunchtime Sports Club Changes

Below is the new lunchtime club rota starting from Monday 16th January 2023.


Tuesday- Y5&6 Netball (Sports Court)

Wednesday- KS2 Cross Country (Field)

Thursday- Y5&6 Girls Football (Field)

Friday- Y5&6 Boys Football (Field)

If your child will be attending one of the clubs that take place on the field, please ensure they have a spare pair of trainers/football boots to change into. Any child without a change of footwear will not be able to take part. Many thanks, Mr B.

F1 Challenge 

Some of our Year 5 children are taking part in the ‘F1 in Schools’ project (similar to the previous JLR Challenge) and they are looking for a local business who might be able to help with some professional printing of portfolios, presentation boards and signs for the three teams.  

‘Our three teams are called – GT Storm, Star Breakers and Lady Lightning. In each team we have a manufacturing engineer, a researcher, a graphic designer and team leader. We are all working together to make a Pit Display and portfolio as well as producing a presentation and most importantly a super-fast car! 

We would really like your help with the printing so our portfolios look professional and our Pit Display looks dazzling! Any sponsorship help will also support our teams with team outfits and resources. Please get in touch if you are able to help us.’ Thank you, Lucile, Felix and Eli. 

Online Safety – IMPORTANT!

We are becoming increasingly concerned at the growing number of children who have access to social media accounts and who are actively posting content that is visible to anyone, without their parents’ consent or knowledge. Some of the content we have been made aware of is either age-inappropriate, or identifies the child easily by what they say, their user name or even their school uniform. As we approach the holiday, which is potentially a time when children have more access to their devices, we would urge you to review your online safety settings and have a conversation with your child about keeping themselves safe. This is a message we continually give in school, but we do know that sometimes curiosity and peer pressure can encourage children to explore the online world without realising the possible dangers. For further advice and information please do take a look at the following websites:

Parents and Carers - UK Safer Internet Centre

Keeping children safe online | NSPCC

Parents and carers | CEOP Education (

Information, Advice and Support to Keep Children Safe Online (

In the event of school closure

It is the time of year when we remind you that in the event of school closure due to bad weather we will notify you as early as we can by email and also put a notice on our website:


Upcoming Events


Big Walk & Wheel - 20th to 31st March 2023

3.15pm on Thursday 30th March. - Choir will be performing on the playground.

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