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  • Jubilee Picnic

    Mon 23 May 2022

    We are really excited about our Jubilee picnic! As part of our celebration day, we will be having a non uniform day. Children are encouraged to wear something red, white or blue on Tuesday 7th June for the festivities.



    Whether you're child is having a school picnic bag (orders now closed) or bringing their own picnic lunch, we know everyone is going to have a wonderful time. Please note, no school dinner orders will be taken on the day. If you haven't ordered a picnic bag, you must provide a packed lunch.

  • Help with household bills

    Fri 20 May 2022

    Are you, or is anyone you know, struggling to pay energy bills? The Household Support Fund can help households in need of support If you or someone you know are struggling financially and unable to afford to pay their gas or electricity bill, please call the Local Welfare Scheme in confidence.

    Call 0800 408 1448 between 20 June and 8 July 2022.

  • Jubilee Picnic

    Tue 03 May 2022


    The deadline for ordering picnic bags is THURSDAY 5TH MAY!

    You are welcome to provide your own packed lunch for the Jubilee Picnic, however, if you would like a school picnic bag, this needs to be ordered in advance. No orders will be taken on the day and there will be no hot meals on the day as children will be picnic-ing on the school field!

    You can order your school picnic bag via ParentPay.

    If your child receives free school meals, please contact the school office on 02476 340154 as soon as possible to order your child's picnic bag.



    Thu 31 Mar 2022


    Internet Safety update for Parents: Poppy Playtime

    We have been alerted to a video game called Poppy Playtime, featuring a character called Huggy Wuggy. It is being described by some users as an “introduction to horror.” Videos, versions of the game, and associated material are becoming increasingly popular on YouTube, Roblox, and other platforms used by young children. Poppy Playtime features frightening images and themes that are paired with child-friendly items. This may be especially upsetting to children who have not yet developed the resilience to deal with disturbing content. Despite this game only being available on PC, there are multiple copycat versions of it for children to download and play on Roblox, Minecraft, and all app stores. It’s important to note that none of these games are age-restricted. Poppy Playtime is also a part of the streaming phenomenon on YouTube, with popular YouTubers recording themselves playing the game and reacting to it. While the playthrough videos are not available on YouTube Kids, there are lots of videos with associated content specifically for children that would encourage them to seek out the source. It’s important to note that while children may not have played Poppy Playtime themselves, they may have watched a video of someone else playing it.

    When online safety experts searched for “Poppy Playtime” with Google SafeSearch and YouTube Restricted Mode turned on, and the exact same top results came up when turned off. Posts relating to Poppy Playtime can be found across Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

    For further information, please visit: 

  • Digital Leaders Blog - Molly, Year 5

    Mon 21 Mar 2022

    Well done to Molly for doing her first Digital Leaders blog! Check it out via this link: Digital Leaders Blog

    #digitalleaders #onlinesafety

  • Booking now open for Open Morning - Friday 25th March 2022

    Fri 18 Mar 2022

    We are hosting an open morning and are inviting you to come and have a look at what children have been up to! We have 4 sessions to choose from.

    • 9:15am - 9:45am
    • 9:50am - 10:20am
    • 10:25am - 10:55am
    • 11:00am - 11:30am

    Please note - there will be a maximum of 1 adult per child. If you have more than one child in school, you will be able to book a session for each child should you wish. Each session has a maximum capacity and bookings will be on a first come first serve basis. Can we please ask that if you don't have any commitments that day that you pick a later session.


    Booking will be open from 9am on Friday 18th March 2022. You can access booking via this link


    As part of our open morning, we have invited a number of services in to join us. They will be available in the hall to offer advice and guidance to parents.

    • Family Information Service
    • Mental Health in Schools Team
    • Family Support
    • Friends of Chetwynd
    • Parent Courses - Solihull Approach / Sleep Tight
    • Barnardo's Children and Family Centres
    • Young Carers
    • North Warwickshire and Hinckley College
    • Connect for Health
    • Sycamore Counselling
    • Sports Coaching
  • Ukraine Donations Update

    Tue 15 Mar 2022

    Another boot full of donations has been taken this morning to Together Non-Profit Organisations, who are organising, sorting, packing and sending items to the Ukraine.

    We are pausing our collections again until we have further information on items which are needed.

    Thank you everyone for your generosity.

  • Digital Leaders Blog

    Tue 15 Mar 2022

    Check out our latest blog from the Digital Leaders! Click below to find it!

    Digital Leader Blog

  • School Blog

    Mon 14 Mar 2022

    Did you know we had a school blog?

    We are in the process of assigning blogs to different groups across the school such as Digital Leaders, Forest School and the School Council.

    These will be blog posts predominantly by children with an aim to give you and insight into their day to day experiences.

    Do check in and have a look!

  • Big Walk and Wheel 2022

    Wed 09 Mar 2022

    We are excited to announce that we will be taking part in the Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel 2022 (the new name for Big Pedal), the UK’s largest inter-school cycling, walking, wheeling and scooting challenge. The challenge runs from 21 March to 1 April. It’s free and we would love everyone to be involved. Below is some information from Sustrans on how you can take part!


    Including everyone

    We want to make sure that everyone can get involved in Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel.

    We know there may be things which make it more difficult for some pupils to take part than others. If you want to discuss more about your child(ren)’s specific needs, please contact the school office and we will make sure that there is a way for your child to take part. 


    Why we are taking part

    Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel is a great way to build physical activity in children’s daily routine which is important for their physical health and mental wellbeing. 

     Active school runs also help to reduce congestion and air pollution outside the school gate. A 2021 YouGov study showed nearly half of UK children worry about air pollution near their school. And that children thought active travel was the best away to bring down these pollution levels.

    Plus there are some great prizes to be won every day if we get enough children taking part!


    Useful resources

    To help you prepare, Sustrans has developed a handy free guide packed with advice, games and challenges to help you have hassle-free cycle, walk or scoot to school.  

    Download your free family guide using this link:

    For more information about the event go to Enjoy the challenge!