An interesting discovery!


I thought it would be nice to share some photographs of a very interesting discovery made by Mia, Daisy and Evie.

Hiding in one of the towers of tyres, they found a nest with 4 little baby birds tucked inside. With the school being quieter than normal, the mummy bird obviously thought it would the perfect place for her nest.

Yesterday, we watched as the mummy bird bought worms back to the nest, for her babies to eat.

Hopefully we won’t disturb the babies when we return to school. If any budding bird watchers can identify what birds they are, send me an email!

Miss Latham

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Parents of those children in Years Reception, 1 and 6 -responses required please

2020-05-13 Important Request – Parents of Reception-Year1-Year 6 children_ DfE Guidance for Parents and Carers

Good afternoon

Please see attached ( this was posted yesterday also )

Please could we have responses as soon as possible and by Friday afternoon at the latest.

Many thanks for your support at this time

Mrs Cunningham

Critical Worker child places

Please find the attached letter from Mr Ames 2020-05-14 Critical Worker Update URGENT Critical workers who can access schools or educational settingsfor parents who are classed as Critical Workers.

This is for any children of critical workers who are not in Year groups Reception, Year 1 and Year 6

Please can you respond by Monday at 12.00 noon

Many thanks


SEND Parents and carers update


Dear parents and carers,

Please find attached the May SEND parents and carers update from Telford and Wrekin.  The update contains important information for parents of children with EHCP plans, along with useful links and contacts for support.

SEND ParentCarer Briefing May 2020

If you have any queries or concerns relating to SEND, please email myself at

Kindest regards,

Mrs Turner

BEAM emotional wellbeing service – Changes to services during lock-down.


BEAM are determined to continue to offer support to young people across Shropshire and Telford, and are offering phone support while the lockdown continues.

This is open to young people who have visited Beam before, as well as any who would like to get some support who haven’t attended the face to face service. We recognise that for some of the younger children, phone-based support may not be appropriate.  The team are able to offer support and resources to parents and carers to help them to support their children.

Please see the attached documents if you feel you or your child would benefit from accessing the service.

For more information about Beam, as well as information about The Children’s Society please visit the following link:


Beam Phone Support Flyer

Kindest regards

Mrs J Turner