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NEWS AND EVENTS

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Term 6 ends on Thursday 20th July

Friday 21st July is an INSET day

Monday 4th September is an INSET day

Term 1 begins on Tuesday 5th September

SUMMER READING CHALLENGE

The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. You can sign up at your local library, then read six library books of your choice - including e-books - to complete the Challenge. There are exclusive rewards to collect along the way, and it’s free to take part!

The Summer Reading Challenge this year is called Animal Agents. Click here to meet the Animals Agents team and find out more. 

PARENT CHARITY EVENT

Please see details in the flyer below if you would like to support Michelle Bourne.

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PTA SUMMER FAIR

A massive thanks to all who prepared for, attended and supported at and packed away our PTA Summer Fair. It was extremely successful, raising around £2,500 to go towards replacing the swimming pool roof over the summer holidays.

NSPCC CAMPAIGN

Representatives from the NSPCC came to talk to the children about their ‘Speak out, stay safe’ campaign. They led workshops with the Y5/6 classes and took a Parent/Carer Forum about online safety.

Some helpful advice they shared:
Netaware is a free app that gives information about the latest apps. There is a Kids Youtube that has child-appropriate content. Use parental controls to filter choices, talk with your children about healthy friendships and agree rules and boundaries for how long/how much money your children are spending online.

The Office has information leaflets for anyone who wants to know more about online safety, or see our Safeguarding page.

OFSTED INSPECTION

We are pleased to inform you that at our recent OFSTED inspection, the school
continues to be GOOD and safeguarding is effective. Thanks to all pupils, staff, Governors and parents/ carers for your support and hard work in achieving this excellent grading for our school. You can read the report on our Ofsted page.

EDUCATION FUTURES TRUST

The Education Futures Trust is a charitable organisation which seeks to advance education for the public benefit in Hastings and Rye, and the surrounding area. They develop and deliver programmes, initiatives and projects, both in schools and for adults. All the courses featured in their Family Bulletins (see below) are free. Click on the document below to see the latest bulletin.