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School Mission Statement

We recognise that all of our children have a range of talents and immeasurable potential. It is our responsibility to ensure that our children are given every opportunity to discover and develop this potential and to flourish as successful individuals. We will endeavour to achieve this by providing an environment of respect and trust with high expectations to support the full development of the individual and allow recognition of talents beyond the academic; an environment where pupils can demonstrate a love of learning, a love of life – a place for them to thrive shine.

 

We have today launched a Facebook page as an additional channel of communication. We intend to use this to keep you up to date on the latest news and events at our school, offer links to resources and celebrate the achievements of our pupils. "Like" us to receive updates as and when we post them.

www.facebook.com/cofeprimary

MORE SPORTS DAY NEWS

I have been following the weather forecast as closely as I can and although it may not be as hot as it is today, Friday is going to be a very warm day.

The advice I have been given  is that if temperatures reach 30 degrees children should not be taking part in physical activities – the latest information says 28 degrees for Friday – too hot to run about and sit out on the field for four hours. So I’m afraid that after speaking to governors this morning the decision has been made to CANCEL Fridays Sports Day this is for the safety and well being of your children.

Miss Clarvis is speaking to Foxhills about finding another date; we will keep both the website and the school Facebook page updated.

Please remember to send your child to school with a hat and sun cream that they can apply themselves.

 

Scunthorpe C of E Radio Show  - Click on the links to listen

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Show 10  Show11 Show 12 Christmas 2014

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