INSET DAY - School will be closed to all pupils in Nursery and Reception ONLY on Friday 23rd March for staff training. Pupils from Nursery and Reception ONLY return to school Monday 26th March 2018.
The Birdman from Eagle Heights is visiting 8th March - Thursday, if your child would like a photo with an owl, a falcon or a bald eagle, payment and permission slips need to be in the office BY MONDAY 5th MARCH. Payments after that will not be accepted, unfortunately. Do not miss out on this exciting event!
INSET DAY - School will be closed to all pupils from Years 1 - 6 on Monday 26th March for staff training. Pupils return to school Tuesday 27th March 2018.
Science week is 8th to 15th of March. We're having a competition to see who can design the best poster. The best in each year group will win a prize, and their posters will be on show in school and on the website. All entries have to be in by Tuesday, 20th February, so get colouring over the half term!
Read With Your Child - Thank you to all parents in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 who read with their children in class today. We had over 50 parents. We look forward to working with you again please keep a eye out for posters on our school gate.
WANTED – NEW SCHOOL GOVERNORS
English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School is a Voluntary Aided school and its Governing Body consists of Parents, Staff, Appointed and Local Authority Governors. We are currently seeking new Governors to join our group. For more information, please click on the link below:
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We believe in God. We believe in ourselves and want to do better. We believe in each other and we help in the ways we can so that others could make progress too.
We respect other people at school and in the community without prejudice. Everyone is created in the image of God. We respect school property and make sure it is kept in good condition.
We know and follow safety rules. We look after our school and grounds. We are able to take responsibility for jobs in class and around the school. We learn from our mistakes.
We understand and respect the viewpoints of other people. We have feelings for other people going through difficult times and we try to help them as best we can. We say ‘well done’ when someone tries hard to achieve and make progress.
We see, hear, speak and do only what is good. We make good choices. We ask questions when we do not understand.
We share and take turns. We say sorry for when we are wrong. We work as a team and make sure that everyone is included.