Is your child starting school in September 2022?
If so, we would welcome the opportunity to share our happy and successful school with you and invite you to join us for one of our school tours.
We recognise how important it is for parents to feel confident and happy in their decision when choosing their child’s school, and our tours are a great way to get a feel for life at our school and meet some of our team.
Monday 27th September at 13:30 - FULLY BOOKED
Thursday 21st October at 09:30 - FULLY BOOKED
Wednesday 10th November at 13:30 - FULLY BOOKED
Monday 22nd November at 13:30 - FULLY BOOKED
Tuesday 7th December at 10:00 - FULLY BOOKED
These can be booked by contacting the school office on 01933 654 900 or by completing a booking form above. We look forward to meeting you!
Why our school?
Our caring and committed team provide a welcoming and nurturing setting where children feel safe, happy and are keen to learn.
- View our Ofsted report
- Find out about before and after school childcare provision offered through Fun 4 All.
- Gain an overview of the curriculum
- Find out how we keep children safe
We value the relationships we build between home and school. Communication is key and we send out regular communications and information for parents. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter to receive all the latest updates and see some of the wonderful things our children are involved in.
Learning in lockdown
Our amazing team supported our children and families during the lockdown periods, providing weekly home learning, online and telephone support and delivery of resources. View our home learning provision and weekly newsletters for examples of how we ensure all our children had access to continue to learn.
Please see the useful information for new parents below. Please get in touch if you have any questions:
The closing date for applications is 5pm on 15 January 2022.
For more information visit: North Northamptonshire County Council website.
Reading and Rhymes
Learning to read is about listening and understanding as well as working out print. Through hearing stories and rhymes, children are exposed to a rich and wide vocabulary.
Get comfortable, listen to the story and then talk about what happened afterwards, ask your child open ended questions like:
- What was your favourite part of the story?
- What was the funniest part?
- What would you do/how would you feel if that happened to you?
We hope you enjoy these stories.
We are proud to be part of the Learning for Life Education Trust and we work closely with the other schools in our Trust.