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St Joseph’s & St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School

St Joseph's & St Gregory's
Catholic Primary School

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  • 09/06/22

    50 things to do with your child before they are 5

    Dear parents Please find attached a link to a fantastic resource. There is an app available to download.  50 Things to Do helps parents develop their home learning environment so that far more children thrive by the age of five. As a result, more children develop the skills, language and...
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  • 17/03/22

    Dental Hygiene

    Children in Seabirds (FS2) will have received a dental hygiene pack recently.
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  • 07/10/20

    Ark Farm Visit

    Pelicans, Puffins and Penguins were very lucky to have Ark Farm come into school last week as a part of our learning about The Little Red Hen.  The children were very excited to see the farm arrive and talked about what they thought would be there.  When the children went to visit the farm...
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  • 11/06/20

    Full day sessions from Monday 15th June 2020

    Dear Parents/carers,   Thank you for your patience and co-operation this week as we have welcomed more children back to school. It has been lovely to see so many smiling faces; children, staff and parents alike. As the number of children using the site and facilities increases, we have...
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  • 01/06/20

    Return to School

    Dear Parents/carers,   As your child is in Reception they are now entitled to return to school. You have previously received information about this and been directed to our Infection Control Policy on the school website. Now we would like to share the details of how the return to school w...
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  • 24/02/20

    Three Billy Goats Gruff

    There will be a puppet theatre performance of The Three Billy Goats Gruff for Reception children on Tuesday 10th March as part of literacy.
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