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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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  • 06/11/18

    HAPPY DIWALI

      On Wednesday 7 November we will be celebrating Diwali with the following special menu.  Roast dinner will be served on Thursday 8 November.
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  • 10/10/18

    Herrings Green Farm

    Parrots, Owls and Eagles recently spent a fascinating day at Herrings Green Farm.  The children thoroughly enjoyed holding the owls, watching the Eagle flight show and meeting Mo the Parrot.  The children also had the opportunity to stroke Barry the Bearded Dragon and Cornflake the Snake...
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  • 05/10/18

    STAFF APPRECIATION DAY

    Lovely start to the day with all our staff coming in to work to find individually labelled 'goody bags' consisting of a shiny red apple and a breakfast muffin  #Staff Appreciation Day 
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  • 01/10/18

    FISH AND CHIPS

    Please send payment (£2.30) in a named and sealed envelope. Dinner on Friday 5 October will be vegetable lasagne. Please speak to the school office if you need any help.
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  • 14/09/18

    LIBRARY NEWS

    The Library on the Lower Primary Site will be open for families to visit on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.15-3.45pm.  We look forward to seeing you there.
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  • 11/09/18

    PARENT/CARER FORUM COFFEE MORNINGS

    If you have a child with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities, the Bedford Borough Parent/Carer Forum has arranged a series of coffee mornings from 10am-12pm at the Child Development Centre, Hill Rise in Kempston.  
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  • 19/07/18

    YEAR 6 AWARDS EVENING

    Such a special evening watching Year 6 performing a selection of songs from Stage and Screen, followed by the Awards presentation. Goodbye and good luck Year 6, we will miss you!
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  • 11/07/18

    EARLY CLOSURE ON FRIDAY 20 JULY

    School will finish at 1.30pm on Friday 20 July for pupils.  
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