This section of the website gives information for current parents. Class teachers will be adding important information for you on the relevant 

Year Group pages so please refer to this area regularly

Tuesday 19th June

We are hugely excited to be welcoming Millers Ark Animals into school on Wednesday 27th June.  They will be with us for most of the day and all of our children will have the opportunity to touch, feed and learn about the animals that come to visit.

Our enormous thanks are extended to the PTA, which has funded the entire event.

You will have received a ParentMail with details of the visit, but please may we remind you of the following.

In preparation for the visit, at home please could you:

·         remind your children of the need to follow instructions during the visit

·         re-inforce the importance of thorough handwashing

·         on the day of the visit, cover any cuts or grazes on the hands with a waterproof plaster

We are looking forward to very special day and, with these simple precautions in place, don’t anticipate any problems; however, should your child show signs of sickness (e.g. vomiting or diarrhoea) following the visit we would advise that you contact your doctor explaining that your child has had recent contact with animals.

Monday 18th June

A reminder that we have our Sports Day planned for Friday 6th July. This is likely to take place in the afternoon, but please be aware that this event is weather dependent and could be re-arranged for the morning or moved to a different day. More details to follow soon.

Wednesday 9th May

Today a letter from Mrs Hope was circulated to parents of children in Reception and Year 1. The letter, which outlines some changes to the structure of the school day, is attached at the foot of this page (Letter from HT May 18). The 2018-2019 term dates referred to in the letter may be found on the 'Events' page under the 'Term and Holiday Dates' tab.

Monday 30th April

We are aware of a number of cases of scarlet fever in school. Please take a moment to read the guidance from Public Health England uploaded at the bottom of this page. This is a highly contagious disease so if you are in any doubt about the cause of your child's illness, please consider making a GP appoinment for a diagnosis.

With many thanks to Juliet McKee for many of the lovely photographs posted on this website.

Friday 9th March

The children had a wonderful time today, celebrating World Book Day (a little later than originally planned!)  The Year R children looked wonderful dressed as book characters and they were thrilled to talk about their costumes in assembly today.

The children in Key Stage 1 have enjoyed exploring poetry, sharing their own favourite poems, with interesting objects to illustrate their poems, and using poetry as a theme for their learning. Each child has received their World Book Day book token, which they can spend right up until 25th March.


Wednesday 7th March

More exciting details about the Royal Holloway Science Festival can be found following the link below. There is something for everybody and highlights include a Planetarium, Wizard Lab and Mobile Zoo. It is an amazing opportunity to really engage with science and gain hands-on experience.  

Tuesday 6th March

We would like to remind you that the Royal Holloway Science Festival will be taking place on Saturday 10th March. It is a wonderful opportunity for children of all ages to experience hands-on science. Pupils who have attended in the past have been truly inspired. For more information please follow the link below:

Tuesday 6th March

Please refer to the NHS Webiste - for advice on how to prevent and treat headlice as we have a new case reoprted in school today. 

Monday 5th March

Welcome back. We hope you all managed in the snow - the children have certainly enjoyed the experience!

We are aware that there were some problems with communication last week and we will be sending a parent mail regarding this.

Just to let you know we will be  rearranging World Book Day and once the date is decided we will advise you.

Thursday 1st March

The Infant School will remain closed on Friday 2nd March as a result of the continuing adverse weather conditions and the forecast for more snow.

We apologise for any confusion this morning as messages were posted on our  website early but they were not displaying correctly.

Hopefully the weather will improve over the weekend. We look forward to seeing you on Monday.

Wednesday 21st February

We hope you all enjoyed the half term break.

We are looking forward to the signs of spring but we are aware that the forecast is for a cold spell next week. Please read our adverse weather policy which is posted for you here _Adverse Weather Policy .pdf . We do all we can to keep the school open at all times but if a decision was made to close the school at any time a message would be posted on the front page of this website. We would ask you to check before leaving school in adverse weather.

Please see some ideas on healthy snacks for children from Surrey CC

Healthier snacking for children



How much sugar is in a child’s snack?


Do you really know how much sugar is in the average child's snack? Children across England are consuming nearly three times their daily recommended amount of sugar with half of this sugar coming from snacks and sugary drinks. Too much sugar can lead to harmful fat building up, which can develop into serious health issues as well as tooth decay. But some small changes to their diet can make a big difference.


Alternative snacks

Try healthier options by swapping biscuits, sweets and crisps for healthier snacks like fruit and vegetables, fruited malt loaf, fromage frais, popcorn, houmous or rice cakes. Look out for the Change4Life signs at selected supermarkets to find healthier options and follow this simple tip ‘100 calorie snacks, two a day max.’


Money-off vouchers and apps

There are money-off vouchers for healthy snacks when you sign up to the Change4Life website and a “snack pack” guide to healthier eating. There are also several apps you can download such as the ‘Food Scanner’ app. By scanning a bar code you can see how many calories there are in food or drinks, as well as the sugar, salt and saturated fat content. The ‘Be Food Smart’ app also provides recommended calorie information per serving.


If you are concerned about a child’s weight and would like some advice, Alive ’N’ Kicking is a local service for children aged between five and nineteen years old. The programme is designed to enable children to enjoy a healthier lifestyle. For more information visit the Alive ‘N’ Kicking website.

Charity Donations

The three charities chosen by the children to benefit from your kind donations at the Christmas Performance have written to thank the school for their money. Each charity received a generous amount of £205.15 and are all extremely grateful to you and the children. 

Copies of their letters can be seen attached below.

Thank you

Safer Internet Day 2018 (Friday 9th February)

Today we have been exploring ways of keeping safe online with the theme 'Create, Connect, Share'. Each year group has taken part in activities which have helped them to think about who and how they connect with other people both online and offline and how to keep safe and happy. It would be great if you could continue this discussion at home by talking about what they have found out and how your child can stay safe online at home.

World Book Day - Thursday 1st March

Please look our for a Parent Mail today - Friday 9th February - with details on our World Book Day activities in school. 

Change 4 Life

Your child will be bringing home a leaflet about the 'Change 4 Life' Snack Challenge. It gives suggestions of how you and your family can make healthy choices about the snacks children eat. Click on the link below to find out more information. 


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Monday 29th January

The Royal Holloway Science Festival is due to be held on Saturday 10th March. It is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in hands-on science and will truly inspire the children. Please see below for more information:

Friday 8th December

Adverse Weather Policy: You will be aware from the weather forecast of the likely forthcoming cold weather. Please be aware of our Adverse Weather Policy at the foot of this page. In the event of ice and snow we ask parents to be aware that the playground or the paths inside school gates may be slippery. Children should come to school with suitable footwear bringing indoor shoes if they arrive in boots.  

Wednesday 29th November

Many thanks to the parents who have sent in ribbons and buttons for our creative area. Please keep sending in any that you have spare. 

If you have any shiny sweet wrappers, e.g Quality Street, Ferrero Rocher, we would be grateful to receive them, along with any other small items such as sequins that would be suitable for collages. 

Thank you 

Friday 17th November

Today the children saw a short video about the flu immunisation. The immunisation team will be in school on Monday 20th November. If you would like to see the video or discuss with your children over the weekend the link is below for you.

Only those children with parental permission will be given the flu immunisation on Monday. If you have any queries please contact school on Monday morning. Please note: the immunisation is given by a nasal spray as previously advised - not an injection.

Saturday 11th November

We have received a thank you letter for all your generous harvest gifts - they were much appreciated.

Thank you also for the donations you have sent in for the Poppy Appeal. I am sure we will hear the grand total early in 2018!

We are beginning to turn our thoughts to Christmas Events and you will be posted here, on Year Group pages or sent to you via bookbags or Parent mail  over the coming weeks.

Tuesday 7th November

RMT proposed strike action on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November may affect traffic conditions - please allow extra time to get to school.

Wednesday 1st November

Poppies are now on sale in school. If you would like your child to have a poppy please send in a donation in a named envelope.

Can you help? We are collecting items for our creative areas. If you have any of the following we would be pleased to receive them in the office:

  • empty cotton reels
  • buttons
  • ribbons
  • metallic paper offcuts
  • plastic bottle tops

Thank you for your help.

October 22nd 2017

We hope you all enjoy the half term break with your familes and friends. We hope you all have fun.

Do keep reading each day with your child as this will really help them to practise this important skill.

A reminder that school is closed for staff training on Monday 30th October.

Your child will have brought home their PE kit for half term. Children in KS1 will need joggers after half term as they will continue to take part in outdoor PE through the colder months. Please also check that trainers still fit.

A reminder that all children need a coat (with a hanging hook) in school everyday as we go outside in all weathers.

Please ensure that all items of uniform are named as precious teaching time is lost trying to unite clothing with owners!

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 31st October. Poppies will be on sale in school from 1st - 8th November.If you would like to your child to have a Poppy to wear they should  bring their  donations in a clearly marked envelope with their name and stating POPPY DONATION.

October 19th 2017 Harvest Festival

Thank you so much for your very generous donations to the Harvest Festival. The children were thrilled to see all the different foods. The produce was collected this afternoon and will be used to help those families in the locality who would really benefit from your gifts.

Today our Harvest Assembly was a lovely opportunity to help the children realise how fortunate we are and how we are able to share the good things we have with others. All classes joined together to celebrate with songs, poems, a short play, a dance, and prayers. We hope the children will tell you all about the day.

We are very grateful to Mrs Marsh's father and the team who  collected the produce for delivery.  Waitrose in Bagshot also kindly donated the wholemeal bread for the chilldren to share and the satsumas for the play.

September 25th 2017

It was good to see so many parents at the Year Group meetings. We hope you found the information useful.

Parent interveiws will be taking place during the week of October 16th and details will be sent to you via ParentMail.

August 30th 2017

We hope you have all enjoyed the summer break and are looking forward to the start of term on TUESDAY 5th SEPTEMBER. The start time is 8.50am for all children in KS1. Reception children have their own individual start times.

Please check this section including the Year group pages for messages, regularly.



  1. Letter from HT May 18
  2. Scarlet Fever
  3. Scarlet_fever_Q_and_A_factsheet
  4. Adverse weather policy 17- parents and pupils
  5. Frimley Hospital Dec 17 Donation
  6. RSPCA Dec 17 Donation
  7. RNLI Dec 17 Donation