Better World Day

Today I am feeling very proud, not only of the wonderful work we have produced in our school by our great children, but also of how we have collaborated with the other primary schools in the trust to produce a really super product.

This evening I am XP school with Eden and Daniel, and other children from our trust, sharing together with schools from across America how we are making the World a better place! Feeling so excited about to E World Premiere of our charity song!

You can still join in the call by following the link….


Mrs Graves

Beautiful Work at XP Trust: 06/05/22

Happy Friday – here’s a selection of beautiful work from across the XP Trust this week!

To read about other stories from across the XP Trust this week, visit


Just a message to our amazing Year 6’s!

SATs don’t measure sport and SATs don’t measure art,

SATs don’t measure music or the kindness in your heart.

SATs don’t see your beauty, SATs don’t know your worth,

SATs don’t see the reasons you were put upon this earth.

SATs don’t see your magic or how you make others smile.

SATs don’t time how quickly you can run a mile.

SATs don’t hear your laughter or see you’ve come this far,

SATs are just a tiny glimpse of who you truly are.

So sitting at your table, with a pencil and your test.

Remember SATs aren’t who you are,

remember you’re the best!

We are all so proud of each and everyone of you Year 6, you are going to smash your SATs next week!

-Miss Blackham


We are celebrating better world day on the 5th May!

We will be celebrating better world day on Thursday 5th May (a day early). We are asking children to come into school in blue or yellow and we are asking for voluntery contributions of 50p to raise money to send funds directly into Ukraine to support those in need.

We are also challenging children to take part in better world day by completing acts of kindness to make the world a better place and sharing these acts of kindness to myself- [email protected] so we can share all of the kind and wonderful things you get up to.

Thank you

-Miss Blakham


iPad Scheme – Important Update

A high number of student iPads are being returned to the Edutech workshop with damaged screens. Our insurers are now implementing a £50 excess to any claims for broken screens where a screen protector is not applied to the device. 

Parents will be liable to pay this excess if screen protectors are not applied. 

If you do not have a screen protector please ask crew leaders who can access these from school admins. 

Screen protectors and devices form part of our crew equipment check process so this is the responsibility of staff, students and parents to ensure devices are appropriately protected.