Published on: 8th June, 2023

9th June


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Fathers Day – PTA Event

Only 1 week left to get your Father’s Day boxes!

Click link below to purchase online

Celebration Assembly – 26th May

Star of the Week :

Jaguar -Lucy
Rhino -Bradley
Tiger -Owen
Panda -Anya
Snow Leopards – Autumn

Mathematician of the Week: Jamie, Ewan, Idris & Oliver T

Writer of the Week: Leo, William D, Issy D & Emma

Readers of the Week: Luca, All of Rhino Class, Ivy S & Reuben T

Handwriters of the Week: Brooke, Ruby D & Josh B

Sports Star of the Week: Josh F, Ben, Rhys E, Blake, Oliver G & Hazel

Well done to everyone!

Have a great half term and see you all on Monday 5th June :).


Please can we ask that ALL parents check their child’s hair as we have had another report of head-lice in school. If any evidence of an infestation is located please treat it appropriately.

Please can we also ask that long hair is tied back in a pony tail.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact school on 01939 290834

Shropshire Parent and Carer Council – Information for SEND Parents

Shropshire Parent and Carer Council (PACC)

PACC works to empower Shropshire parent carers of children with any special educational need or disability (SEND) aged 0-25, to enable them to actively contribute to the design and review of the services that they use.  We do this by providing opportunities for parent carers to share their experience and knowledge of what works or doesn’t work in the everyday lives of families with children and young people with SEND.

PACC is a registered charity and has three main aims as outlined below

  • The creation of a Shropshire parent carer community that reduces isolation and strengthens the capacity of parents to support their family
  • The provision of information to inform and empower parents and carers about the issues that affect their families
  • The provision of opportunities for parents and carers to influence the decisions that affect their families and to contribute to developing services that meet the needs of their families.

Our independence as a parent carer led organisation is important to us.  It means that our work is firmly rooted in the understanding we have, based on personal experience, of the real life challenges faced by families of children and young people with SEND. PACC’s work has shown that while parent carers might be supporting children with a range of conditions, many of the challenges faced by all parent carers are similar.  Families have told us that they struggle to find useful information, often feel different from other families in their local communities and don’t always feel included in the decisions about the support their family receives.

PACC works with families to improve services and to bring parent carers together to provide support to each other.  We work in partnership with local organisations that commission and deliver services for children and young people with SEND, such as Shropshire Council. In doing this we aim to ensure that the decisions that impact on the Shropshire parent carer community are informed by real life experience and to give children and young people with SEND and their families, a real chance to live positive lives. 

“Inclusion in Shropshire” – PACCs Conference 2023

This year we are focusing on inclusive practice in schools and families’ experiences. Our Main speaker is Karen Levell, the Shropshire SEN Team Manager – for more info see…

To book your place and to tell us about your transport needs, please complete the form linked: