FS2 to Year 6 Flu Vaccine – Wednesday 30th November

By Uncategorized

Dear Parent/Carer,

If you would like your child to receive the flu vaccine in school, please follow this link to complete an online consent form;

The link will close on 28/11/2022. If your child has already had the Nasal Flu vaccine since Sept 2022 please disregard this msg. If you have any problems accessing the link please telephone 0333 358 3397 (opt 2)

Please see the attached documents



Withdrawal of consent.docx

Withdrawal of consent FORM

Thank you
Mrs Horner

Class Fundraising Christmas Cards

By Christmas, PTA, Uncategorized

Today you will receive your child’s Christmas Card design in their book bag.

New for this year – you will order your cards and/or gifts directly with Class Fundraising as we now do with school photos.

Please check how you would like your child’s name to appear on the back of the Christmas card and place your order online. These will be delivered free of charge to school.

The deadline on the card for orders is the 21st October but please can I ask that you ignore this date and place ALL orders by WEDNESDAY 19th OCTOBER.

The PTA will receive more commission for the school if we do.

Thank you for your support and we hope you love their designs

e-safety: Roblox

By Computing, Uncategorized

This week’s e-safety guidance is on the popular Roblox software. the guidance discuess the studio, chatting and friend requests as well as online payments and how to keep your child safe.

Queen Elizabeth

By Community, Uncategorized

We hope that you have had a lovely bank holiday weekend celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. To commemorate this special occasion, children from FS1 to Year 6 have created portraits of our Queen.

We are so proud of the children’s creations and love the way they have captured their own personality in their art work.

We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back at school tomorrow.


Mrs Gurner

Local History Week in Year 5

By History, Uncategorized, Year 5

This morning, Year 5 launched our Local History Week with a walk to Wickersley Woods. As historians, we looked for evidence to help us compare the ages of different buildings.


We discussed the name ‘Wickersley’ and how the settlement was given the name VIKARRS-LEY by the Saxon settlers. LEY is a Saxon word meaning a clearing in the woods. Sometime before 870 AD, a clearing was made in the woodland that covered the area and farming began.