Last weeks attendance for the whole school was just 94.2%, this must improve!

The class with the highest attendance last week was FB with an impressive 98%.

Please ensure your child is in school every day unless genuinely ill, if you are unsure if your child is well enough to attend school, please telephone for advice.

Thank you to all pupils who have an attendance rate of 96% or above, well done!

We wish you all a very happy Easter break and hope to see you ALL back at school on Tuesday 21st April 2015, at 08:45.

Easter Athletics Opportunities

After the fantastic effort by our Year 3 & 4 athletes at the Sportshall Athletics Competition, I would like to draw the attention of parents and carers to an Easter opportunity. Have a look at the flier by clicking here and then click here for a downloadable consent form. Help to put the ‘Flying’ into The Flying Bull Academy!!

Spiderman’s Den

Have a look at Harvey and Leon’s work in the photo below. Mrs Wiggins and Mrs Maund were very impressed with the creativity and invention that the children demonstrated when they made this den for Spiderman. I can’t wait to see their version of the Batmobile!!


Class Teacher Vacancies

We are currently looking to recruit two class teachers:

Class Teacher – Upper Pay Range – Upper KS2

Class Teacher – Main Scale

For more information on either position please visit our vacancies page by clicking HERE

Racing Bull Academy!

A huge well done to all of the Year 3 and 4 children who took part in the Sportshall Athletics Competition.

It was a real pleasure to see the immense effort from our team that resulted in lots of first and second places in their events. The children were incredibly excited to compete and gave a very good account of themselves in every event. Thank you also to all of the parents, carers and supporters that came along to cheer on The Flying Bull Academy.

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One World Week


Yesterday was International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, a day marked to commemorate those who were killed on 21 March 1960, whilst peacefully protesting against the Apartheid pass laws in South Africa. We’ve come a long way since then, but stereotypes and prejudices based on skin colour sometimes still remain.

In light of this we’re excited to launch One World Week tomorrow, with an aim to encourage each other to recognise and celebrate the fact that we are all unique but also to recognise similarities, links and connections between each other, both locally and globally.

Good Work Assembly

Congratulations to the following pupils for being successful in selection for the Good Work assembly this morning!

Year R

Kyron Bezer / Alisa Tarasova

Year 1

Kathleen Dickinson / Tommy McCullough

Year 2

Jia Ming Li / Luke Singleton / Mason Hart-Wall / Oliver Pusey

Year 3

Tyson Field / Alisha Hill / Kacper Czsart

Year 4

Jesse Ledger / Harvey Griffiths

Year 5

Emily Harris / Riya Malanhobis

Year 6

Sophie Kebede / Ashleigh Willis / Ben Priestley


Declan Murphy

Today marked the return of the “Really Random Rubbish Prize Box”, and our winning pupils were treated to a host of interesting prizes!  Thank you to Mr Thomas and Mr Boulstridge for their assembly.  Keep your eyes peeled for the return of the magical box!

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