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  • 28/05/20

    Resources for coming back to school

    Some useful resources for those coming into school. 
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  • 22/05/20

    Letter from KWEST

    A letter from KWEST regarding school openings. 
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  • 21/05/20

    Funding for Children with Complex Needs

    £37 million to support children with complex needs – Press Release – 19th May
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  • 19/05/20

    Letter regarding School opening

    A letter from the Head regarding School Opening 1st June. 
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  • 15/05/20

    Parent Survey

    Summer Term 2020 - Please help us plan our next steps by completing the survey. Parents are welcome to complete the survey below:- https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=pakxKBD06EORyTbBaq1h2uizR64qg89LjRVYwjOoUlJURElBOUhQVldLU0NRRTdSVzEwNkUxMkhYVi4u
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  • 13/05/20

    Churchill Park Choir

    Presents: It must be Love (from Lock down)
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  • 12/05/20

    Update on School Closure

    Update on current school closure
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  • 30/04/20

    McColls joins free school meal program

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  • 28/04/20

    Skills Toolkit Online Courses

    Online learning platform to boost workplace skills launched Free courses are available through the new online platform, the Skills Toolkit. This platform signposts to free, high-quality digital and numeracy courses to help people build up their skills, progress in work and boost their job prospec...
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  • 28/04/20

    Department for Education Guidance (SEND)

    Guidance from Department for Education regarding children with SEND.
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  • 22/04/20

    Education Library Service

    Resources and suggestions from Education Library Service.
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  • 21/04/20

    Short Breaks Update

    Information regarding Short Breaks funding. 
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