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PTA Newsletter June 2017


P.T.A Newsletter We are into June already – wow when did that happen! We have a few messages for you regarding the up and coming events over the remainder of the summer term… Our fabulous Summer...
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PTA School Disco – Tuesday 20th June 2017


We will be holding our next School Disco on Tuesday 20th June 2017.  Your child will be coming home with a letter – please note reply slips need to be returned to the school office by FRIDAY...
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Welcome Back Letter June 2017


Monday 5th June 2017 Dear Parents and Carers, Welcome back, I hope you all had an enjoyable half term break. The last half term is always busy as we host our annual Sports Days (information to...
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Tora Kai School of Judo


The Tora Kai School of Judo had their first grading this term. Here are all the children with their certificates.   For more information on the sessions please contact Jean-Claude on 07833...
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Newsletter – May 2017


May 2017                                                                                                  Issue No 94 Dear Parents,
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Coffee and Chat – Discipline at Home


Please click on the link below for more information regarding our next Coffee and Chat on Tuesday 23rd May at 1.45pm. 123 magic coffee and chat 23.5.17
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PTA Cake Sale – Thursday 25th May 2017


The next PTA cake sale is on Thursday 25th May.  Please see attached flyer for more information. Cake Sale 25.5.17
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E-Safety News Update April 2017


Social Media and keeping your child safe: E-safety – Key information for parents/carers Dear Parent/Carer, Surrey Police have shared concerns about a new App, MyLOL, following an incident at a...
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Advice for Parents whose child is Cyberbullying


The BBC have published advice for parents if their child is bullying others online. The article offers suggestions such as establishing the facts around the incident with an open mind, showing your...
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NSPCC Online Safety Campaign


The NSPCC have launched a campaign for parents to illustrate how innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. The website contains information on how to use parental controls to...
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