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  • Creative music workshop

    Published 15/10/19

    On Friday 8th November, we are lucky enough to be welcoming singer and song writer Samia Malik to school for her ‘Creative music workshop for kids-a wider cultural experience’. 

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  • Book in a Box – Challenge

    Published 10/10/19

    Book in a Box, Diorama Challenge Y1 – Y6 
    (optional for EYFS)

    Create a diorama – bring to life your favourite
    scene from your favourite childhood book.
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  • Deadline for parent Governors

    Published 10/10/19

    Following my letter sent on the 25th September, this is the last chance to submit your nomination forms.

    Governing bodies are the key strategic decision-making body of every school and have a vital role to play in making sure every child gets the best possible education.

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  • Reception Open Mornings

    Published 03/10/19
    Was your child born between 1st September 2015 and 31st August 2016?
    Have you decided which primary school you would like them to attend?
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  • Friends of Eye School present – Disco

    Published 03/10/19

    Friends of Eye School present – Disco! 

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  • Harvest Festival

    Published 30/09/19
    We are excited to invite you to our Harvest Festival on Thursday 3rd October at 2.15 in the church. The fun will start at 2.30! The children will be singing and performing for your enjoyment.
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  • European Languages Day

    Published 25/09/19
    To celebrate European Languages Day on Thursday 26th September, we will be holding a ‘Languages Day’ in school. 
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  • Save Eye Swimming Pool Fundraiser

    Published 19/09/19

    Friday 20th September 17:00 - 23:30
    The Queen's Head, Eye, Suffolk
    7 Cross Street
    IP23 7AB

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  • Reading Volunteers

    Published 22/07/19

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    In September I would be extremely grateful for some regular parental support to help me to listen to readers in Year 4. This would be a weekly commitment from 9:00 to 9:40 each Monday. My aim would be that every child is able to read to an adult and discuss their book for 15 minutes. This means that I am looking for an army of volunteers! I think that this could have a profound impact on their learning and hope that it would be an enjoyable way for you to spend a morning.

    If you think you would be able to help, please could you complete the form attached below and return it tomorrow or immediately after the summer break. I will contact all volunteers with further details and a start date.

    I hope that you have a wonderful holiday.

    With very best wishes,
    Mrs Hare


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  • The scarecrows went down a storm at The Bank!

    Published 10/07/19

    The scarecrows went down a storm at The Bank! They brought a lot of pleasure to many visitors and showcased how talented our children are. 

    For those of you who have still intend to make a donation and take your child's scarecrow home, they will be available just inside the gate at the end of the school day on Sports Day. The rest will make a super permanent display in school. 

    Looking forward to seeing you on the day. 

    Kind regards. 
    Steven Ginn 

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  • Sports Day 2019

    Published 03/07/19
    As mentioned in previous newsletters, we shall be holding a whole school Sports Day taking place on Wednesday 17th July 1pm-3.15pm with gates opening to family members from 12:50pm. Sports day will focus solely on track races, both individual and team. 
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  • Our School Office needs YOU...

    Published 29/05/19

    We have an exciting opportunity for an Administration Officer to run our school office. Please see Get Involved and Vacancies for details.....

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