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School Nurse:

Our School nurse, Julia Walsh, is available to talk to in confidence on Wednesday the 17th of January. She will be in School between 8.30am and 9.30am.

School Sports Kits:

Could you please return any items of school kits to School ASAP. We have lots missing and had to spend nearly £100 to replace these items.


The Christingle service will take place on Sunday in Church at 10.30am. All welcome.

Worship Team:

We have set up a Worship Team who have had their first training session this week. Our Worship Team consists of two children from each Junior class. The applications that we had from the children were outstanding and they clearly showed the dedication the children have for our school. We would like to thank all the children who applied, we had to make some tough decisions and hope the children who were not successful are not too disappointed.

Primary Admissions:

The closing date for a Reception place in September 2018 is Monday the 15th of January. If you need any support or have any concerns please speak to Mrs Lowe or Mrs Ravenscroft.

Staying Safe:

We have a little girl in our Reception class who has a severe nut allergy. Please click on the link below for more details. Please do not send in nuts for your child’s snack or lunch.

Nut Allergy Letter

St Aidan's Stars October Update:

Please click on the link below to view our exciting new letter.

St Aidan's Stars

Ofsted Report:

Click on the link below to view our latest Ofsted Report

Ofsted Report

Water of Life:

Please click on the link below to see how selling water is helping others and ourselves.

Water for Life Letter

100 Club:

Congratulations to Mr Wareing who won the May Draw and Mr Demellweek who won the June Draw. They  have all won £43.00 each. If you would like to join our 100 Club please complete the form below.

100 Club Form

Thank you

Melanie Ravenscroft
Head teacher


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