The children certainly got into the spirit of Wacky Socks Day! They also enjoyed the playground sock hunt organised by the head boy/girl team. The money they raised will go to Children in Need – thank you for your support!


The latest episode of HTSS news, presented by our head boy/girl team is out now! This time featuring some special guests from Y5…. click this link!

PiP Christmas Fair – Friday 13th Dec 3pm – 5pm

One week to go until the Christmas Fair! Raffle tickets have gone on sale so please start purchasing and selling to friends and family! Remember, the class that sell the most earn a non uniform day.

Please also keep following requests coming in…..

  • Raffle prizes – thanks to those that have already donated but please remember that we need at least 3 prizes from every class
  • We need vouchers from Sainsbury’s or/and Morrisons for food purchases – does anyone have any connections?
  • Tombola and Lucky Dip need unwrapped items
  • Secret Santa needs wrapped gifts (boxes in classrooms)

We want to ensure that the fair is as environmentally friendly as possible so we are requesting that everyone brings their own mug for drinks.

Don’t forget: Fri 13th Dec is also Christmas Jumper Day!

Buy a book and donate to the school

The Book People have a great scheme that enables you to donate money for books to our school when buying books for yourself. If you go to the their website and follow the link to the ‘Big Book Boost,’ you can add us and the donation goes from there.

Christian Value


Wisdom is the most important gift we are given by God.

Solomon was called by God to do a big job at a young age. He knew that he needed help in knowing how to be a good King and take good care of the kingdom. Solomon could have asked God for money or material possessions but  instead, he asked God for wisdom. He asked God for understanding and help in knowing right and wrong. As Solomon asked for this very important gift, God blessed him with it and continued to bless him as a successful and prosperous king.     

While some tasks we face might seem daunting, let us think wisely as to how we might achieve our end goal.

‘Marvellous & Michievous’ Exhibition at the British Library

A free, family-friendly exhibition bringing together young rebels from children’s literature.

Read more and book it now by clicking here.

You can also buy tickets to:

Associated workshops with Lauren Child, Dougie Poynter and Partice Lawrence here.

Assembly Dates Autumn 2019

FRIDAYS: 2:40pm in the Church Hall
Friday 13th December 9 amAwards
Friday 20th December Whole school service, 11.00

Other Key Dates

Christmas Shows – Infants Tuesday 10th December at 10am and 2pm; Juniors Thursday 12th December at 2pm and 7pm. Juniors please ensure you have returned your English Touring Opera film/photo consent form.

Term dates for 2019 – 2020


Staff INSET Monday 2nd September Tuesday 3rd September
Children start school Wednesday 4th September
Half term Monday 21st October – Friday 25th October
Children start school Monday 28th October
Last day of autumn term Friday 20th December at 1:30pm


Staff Inset Monday 6th January
Children start school Tuesday 7th January
Half term Monday 17th – Friday 21st February
Children start school Monday 24th February
Last day of spring term Friday 3rd April


Children start school Monday 20th April
No school (May day bank holiday) Friday 8th May
Half term Monday 25th May – Friday 29th May
Children start school Monday 1st June
Last day of summer term Friday 17th July
Staff INSET Monday 20th – Tuesday 21st July

Term Dates for 2020-21 have now been approved by our Governors and are on the school website under school office.