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Welcome to South Street
I’d like to welcome you to our school website.
I hope you find it interesting and that it encourages you to find out more about our school. We aim to keep it updated regularly.
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Thank you for visiting…please do come back often.Mrs Julie McGrow
What’s coming up!
It’s going to be a busy last week of term!
Tuesday 17th July
9.45am New Reception children to visit
1.30-3.00pm Yr 5/6 School Games Day
Wednesday 18th July
Yr 3/4 trip to Centre For Life
Friday 20th July
Bring a toy to school
9:30am Leavers’ Assembly
SCHOOL CLOSES FOR THE SUMMER 3:15pm
School will reopen Tuesday 4th September 2018.
We are looking to appoint 2 Parent Governors to our Governing Body.
Post 1: To start immediately
Post 2: To start 6th October 2018.
Please contact the school office if you are interested.
This Week’s Class Celebrities
Look at what Angel won for coming to school,
on time, everyday in the Spring term!
Please contact the school if you think something we list is yours. Thank you
Our attendance target is 97%
Attendance week ending 13 July 2018
- Nursery 85.18%
- 1/2 D 91.90%
- 3T 89.17%
- Reception 94.89%
- 2 R 95.38%
- 3/4 I 95.65%
- 5/6 A 98.18%
- 1/2 MC 96.82%
- 3/4 W 98.46%
- 5WH 95%
- 6P 94.80%
Angel of the North
newsletter may 11
On Tuesday 1st May, Reception visited Hall Hill Farm. This was linked to their topic of Plants and Animals. They loved feeding the lambs, holding chicks and looking at all the other animals.
Please read this letter and guidance, which gives you some important information about the Inspection. Thank you Letter to parents School inspections - a guide for...
newsletter 26 April pub.
Reception have been running a special program this term to help boost speaking and listening with our younger children. Their parents popped in to see what they had been doing. It was very...
Some of the children in years 5 and 6 have been doing a very important job helping children and adults in our school, who are learning English. They have interpreted for both children and adults as well as supporting the teachers. They have done a fantastic...