Autumn Term Dates
19th - Bank Holiday - School Closed
20th - Talk like a pirate day
21st - 9am and 6pm Reception Parent Curriculum Meeting
22nd - 9am and 6pm Year 2 Parent Curriculum Meeting
26th - 9am and 6pm Year 1 Parent Curriculum Meeting
23rd - KS1 Evergreen Proposal Music session
17th - 21st – Conservation/recycle week
19th - Teach Rex - Thomas the Gorilla
31st - National Magic day
3rd - Open Evening for 2023/24 intake 3.45pm – 6pm
8th and 10th - Parents Evening
9th - Explorers Parents Meeting 12.30pm – 5pm
11th - Remembrance Day Assembly
14th - Odd Socks Day
18th - Children in Need non-uniform day
21st - World Cup starts
23rd - PE Character event
7th - Bedtime stories
12th-16th - Performances and Christmas dinner week – Dates TBC
19th - Christmas parties
20th - 9.30am Dick Whittington pantomime
School to Close at 1.30pm
Spring Term Dates
24th January - Dance Festival – Year 2 children
27th January - Lego Day
1st February - Winter Games
9th February - Internet Safety day
2nd March - World Book Day
21st March - World Poetry day
29th March - Poetry competition
18th and 20th April - Parents Evening
19th April - Nursery Parents Meeting
4th May - Don Sheppard Charity Day
26th May - Sports Day
Summer Term Dates
19th June - Zoo event
27th and 28th June - transition sessions to Juniors and new year groups
28th June - Summer games
10th July - HINS local charity day
19th and 20th July - Leavers Assemblies
21st July - Commendation assembly
School to close at 1.30pm
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