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St Botolph's CE Primary School
St Botolph's CE Primary School

Latest news (last 12 months)

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11 Sep 2020

COVID-19 related pupil absence

Please click here for a quick reference guide for parents and staff ... (click to read more)

13 Apr 2020

A message for the children! Please follow the link

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1REnmQ_o_g5_OL9Xm7Npo8EjnkflX6WNU/view ... (click to read more)

06 Mar 2020

FOSB News

Wow! FOSB made £225.96 (very specific!) from Non-uniform day before half term, and took £795.27 at the Spring discos - profit TBC but they are expecting it to be over £600 which is higher than the previous 2 February discos at £508 (17/18) and £573 (18/19) ... (click to read more)

06 Mar 2020

Music Performance 23rd March:

We have a number of children learning to play a variety of musical instruments in school. If your child is one of those, they will be demonstrating their talents at a music performance to their parents/carers on Monday 23rd March, 2:15pm, in the Hall. ... (click to read more)

06 Mar 2020

Car seat initiative

Last Thursday’s safety exercise conducted by our local PC and colleagues was very well received by both children and parents/carers. The children listened and joined in with the school presentation, which educated the children about who should be using car seats to ensure they are carried safely – I’m ... (click to read more)

06 Mar 2020

Chosen Charity Fundraiser

Fri 20th March - On this day, the school council have arranged a fundraiser day for Cancer Research UK. For £1 the children can wear purple and/or blue clothes; 50p for cakes; 50p for ballcourt games. ... (click to read more)

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