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CHILDREN STARTING SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 2018

If you have a child due to start in Reception year in September 2018 you need to apply for your child’s school place by 15th January 2018. If you have access to the internet you can apply online at http://www.n-somerset.gov.uk/Education Alternatively, our school office have application forms and will be happy to answer your questions.

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Gaming

This year there are so many exciting  games and consoles around, there is a good chance you might have one in your house. Whether a DS, Nintendo Switch or PS4, there is something for everyone, and every age. Consider whether your child is mature enough to join an online community, and whether the games they…

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End of 2017

As we come to the end of term, we also get closer to the end of the year. We would like to thank all of our very dedicated staff, children, past pupils, parents, families, carers, volunteers, local businesses and organisations, grant providers, XTND, Extend Learning Academies Network  who have supported us throughout the year. There are…

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You Tube – Important Information

You may have seen news reports about inappropriate children’s videos on YouTube. These are videos that, at first, appear to be for children, as they include cartoon characters such as Peppa Pig, or characters from Disney films such as Frozen. However, later on the videos become violent or disturbing. One, for example, shows Peppa Pig…

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Stay SMART Online

The SMART rules are used in school to help children understand how they can keep themselves safe online, while making the most of the benefits of using the Internet. SAFE: stay safe, don’t give out personal information MEETING: only meet someone from the internet with your parents ACCEPTING: emails, IM, texts from strangers can lead…

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9 Tips for staying safe online at Christmas

Christmas is such a wonderful time of year, excitable children and time to relax with family and friends. And of course, there are new toys to play with. With a huge increase in sales of devices (around 13 million people receive smartphones for Christmas each year) it is important to ensure that you and your…

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Safety Roadshow Friday 15th September 2017

Just some of the amazing activities and art work that made up part of the Safety Roadshow. We hope you enjoyed it. And you helped us raise money for NSPCC.  Huge thank you to RNLI, St. John Ambulance, Avon and Somerset Constabulary, Travelwest, Julian House Bike Workshop. 

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Bournville do the double in touch rugby matches over Windwhistle!

BPS ran out winners in both the Year 3&4 and 5&6 touch rugby fixtures against Windwhistle. The Year 3&4s were 4-3 winners in their first competitive fixture of the year try scorers were Devyn M 2, Alfie A and Seth R. It was a very impressive performance considering it was the majority of the team’s…

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The Wildlife Area is Complete!!

We are so proud to say that our Wildlife Area is now complete! This would not have been possible without the funding support from Groundwork and TESCO Bags of Help and without the hard work and commitment from Mrs. Butler and our amazing Eco-Schools Committee. Thank you so much everyone – we really do have…

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SUMMER READING CHALLENGE

The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4 to 11 to read six books during the long summer holiday. The theme for the 2017 Summer Reading Challenge is Animal Agents, illustrated by the UK’s best-selling children’s illustrator Tony Ross. This summer there’s something peculiar happening at the local library – and that’s where the Animal…

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