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  • 27/02/24

    Online Safety Day 2024

    Workshops for children, training for staff, information for parents
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  • 17/01/24

    NSPCC Speak Out, Stay Safe

    In the average primary school class, at least two children have suffered abuse or neglect which is why the NSPCC have developed the ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme which empowers staff to tackle difficult topics with their pupils and helps children understand: Abuse in all its for...
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  • 13/09/22

    Attendance achievers w/e 17th May

    Very well done to Blue class who had the highest attendance in EYFS/KS1 last week with 99.63%, and 6N & 6P who had the highest attendance in KS2 with 99.33% (full list in main news article)
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  • 15/03/24

    £673.99 raised so far for Comic Relief

    Thank you for your generous donations !
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  • 02/02/24

    Children's Mental Health Week, 5th-9th Feb

    My Voice Matters
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  • 22/01/24

    Rachel Hopkins, MP, visits Putteridge Primary

    See the full article to find out all about Rachel's visit to PPS, including meeting with representatives of the School Council.
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  • 19/12/23

    Children return to school at 8.45am on Thursday 4th January 2024

    We look forward to welcoming the children back for the start of the Spring term.
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  • 07/12/23

    £618.31 raised from the Christmas performance retiring collections for Keech Hospice

    Thank you for your fantastic generosity !
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  • 17/11/23

    £723.53 raised for Children in Need

    A huge thank you for your generous donations !
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  • 16/11/23

    Anti-Bullying Week

    To have a look at the photos from this important week of raising awareness, please visit the  Galleries tab.
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  • 14/11/23

    Children in Need non-uniform day

    On Friday 17th November, children can wear spots or stripes to mark this event. Further information can be found in the School News section (News & Events tab).
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