Welcome Back

Welcome to the Summer 2021 term!

As texted out to parents/carers earlier this week, the new Year Group Newsletters for this term have been added to our website, linked below (paper copies can be made available at the Infant/Junior office).

These newsletters include information on what your child will be learning this term, any changes to P.E. days, book swap days, homework etc. Please ensure you have read them.


This week we recorded 61 late arrivals. School doors open at 8.50am with registration at 9am. Please make sure your child arrives on time.

Infant Office

There will be no access to the Infant Office on Monday 19th April between 9.30am and 1pm. If your child arrives after 9.30am or you need to talk to a member of office staff in person during this time, please visit the Junior Office. The Infant Office can still be contacted by telephone during this time.

Junior Team Colour House Points

Last term the Blue Team won the most House Points and they have chosen to have a non-uniform day. Your child will be aware which Team they are in, and will be reminded next week.

Members of the Blue Team in Years 5 & 6 can wear non-uniform on Thursday 22nd April and members of the Blue Team in Years 3 & 4 on Friday 23rd April.

Please do not send your child in non-uniform if they are not a member of the Blue Team.

Polite Reminders

  • For PE, children should come to school in their PE kit. PE kit includes a pair of black pumps, a t-shirt and shorts. For extra warmth children can also wear tracksuit bottoms and hoodies/jumpers over the top of their kit
  • Please do not smoke or vape in/around the school premises
  • Dogs are not to be brought onto school grounds, even if carried
  • Face coverings/masks should be worn at all times in/around school, unless you are exempt
  • All children should have a named bottle of water in school but those who bring a home packed lunch also have a separate drink for lunchtime
  • There will no Crossing Patrol on Wordsworth Avenue until Monday 26th April. Please park responsibly and legally and be mindful of the children crossing the road

Dunelm School Giveaway

A big thank you from us to all parents/carers who voted for us in the Dunelm Blackpool | Community Support’s Facebook competition. We came in third place and we’re very grateful for your support!

Operation Encompass now operates throughout Lancashire police force. It helps police and schools work together to provide emotional and practical help to children. The system ensures that when police are called to an incident of domestic abuse, where there are children in the household who have experienced the domestic incident, the police will inform the school (Miss Manson) before the child or children arrive the following day. This ensures that the school has up to date relevant information about the child’s circumstances and can enable support to be given to the child.