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Posted on: July 16th 2020

Summer School provision

We are thrilled to announce that we are able to offer Summer School provision this year.  The sessions will be held at Holy Trinity CofE Primary school in Taunton and at Redstart Primary school in Chard from 9am until 3pm each day from 20th July to the 28th August.

Activities will include Forest School, outdoor cookery, sports, crafts, drama and a large scale artwork. 

The sessions cost £15 per day, or £65 for a full week with wrap-around provision available on request.

Social Distancing bubbles of no more than 15 children will be observed.

For more information please follow this link to our Summer-provision or email

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A message from Suzanne Flack (Executive Principal) and Rebecca Collins (Head of School) Posted on: 24/01/2020

A message from Suzanne Flack (Executive Principal) and Rebecca Collins (Head of School)

It’s been great to see so many of you at our class assemblies over the last few weeks. This is such a great opportunity for our pupils to perform and share their work and it’s a lovely way for us to all start the day. We are very excited to be hosting the Holland Park Opera who will be performing The Pirates of Penzance in our school hall in March. This is part of a tour which starts in London and finishes down in Penzance. Lots of our KS2 children will take part in workshops as well as watching a live operatic performance. It promises to be an amazing event and we look forward to sharing the photos with you. As always we ask you to be considerate when parking near the school. We want all of our children to be safe as they leave the site and our neighbours need access to their properties at all times. The local PCSO and traffic warden will be spending much more time around our site to ensure that everyone is abiding by the rules. We also request that you switch off your engine as soon as you have parked. All the research shows the negative impact idling engines on the quality of air which means that it is another risk for our students and obviously not good for the environment. If everyone could switch off their engines this would dramatically improve the air quality around our site and would be hugely beneficial for everyone. We hope that you are able to support us with this vital initiative. Our annual stargazing event will be happening on February 13th. This is always such a popular and interesting evening and a key event in our school diary. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a dry and clear night.Categories: 1 CategorySchool News
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