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In these restricted times, we are unable to host our Open Evening as we would have hoped.  We have made a presentation for you in place of being able to see you in person. Open Evening Presentation (will open in a new tab)
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We are looking forward to welcoming all our pupils on Friday, September 4th. Please read the guidance: SCM School Opening – Phase 2 Sept 2020 and other related guidance on our Covid-19 Update page: Covid-19 Updates Most important are the Start and Pick-up timings, and each child having a named water bottle.
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Zoom is one the world’s leading video conferencing software providers, and is being used by families in these unprecedented times of family isolation.  It is a great tool to use, but be aware of the potential issues – stay safe! It has a number of features, including video and audio conferencing, real-time messaging, screen-sharing and the ability to upload, share […]
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Hertfordshire County Council would like to assure you that there is no cause for concern, none of the school trips run by Hertfordshire schools were within the towns which the Italian Authorities have put on quarantine measures and Hertfordshire residents remain at low risk.  Taking basic hygiene precautions remains the best way to reduce the chances of spreading any virus: […]
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Dear children, Please see attached the PowerPoint for our trip to The Royal Albert Hall. It would be useful if you use this presentation alongside your CD. Enjoy! RAHGala2020ppt8.3.2020
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As part of his community mission, the Mayor of Dacorum, Councillor Terry Douris, will be visiting many primary schools. Today marked the start of this, and we were very excited to welcome him to our school as his first visit. Children in Year 5 were lucky enough to take part in a question and answer session with the Mayor. When […]
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Holly and Noah had a wonderful day when as Sports Ambassadors they met Olympian Linford Christie at Sports Village at Herttforshire Universiity De Haviland Campus. This event was to encourage all our young people to strive for sporting excellence. On their return to school, our inspirational pair led an Assembly to promote some of the ways we can all get […]
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Mrs. Gallaher led a moving Remembrance Assembly and each child helped create our poppy field. All week we had a strong focus on Remembrance in school, supported by some impressive homework across all Year groups in the half term and some wonderful poppies for our poppy field. It is once again a very moving time of year when we remember […]
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Pyjama Day produced great excitement as children raised money for Children in Need. It was wonderful to see so many soft Teddies and animals have an outing and enjoying our curriculum too. I hope they enjoyed their day. Thank you to our Chaplaincy Team who came up with the idea to support the living out of our Mission Statement. They […]
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There’s a very good chance you’ve heard of Fortnite, but what exactly is it? Why is it so popular amongst young people? And how can you help children and teens stay safe during gameplay? Find out with this new guide from National Online Safety. Created by gaming journalist Mark Foster, this guide looks at the game’s features, potential costs via […]
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