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Links to your year group news & information:
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For other information eg term dates, documents and links please refer to our FAQ page.

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Key Dates:
  • Y5 Bikeability 26th Feb - 8th March

  • PTFA pre-loved uniform and World Book Day costume sale, 23rd February

  • Year 6 Tiverton Museum Trip 26th Feb

  • Library Competition deadlines (see poster on left) Monday 4th March

  • School Book Fair, 5-8th March

  • World Book Day, 7th March

  • Red Nose Day, Friday 15th March (tbc)

  • School Photos, 25th March 

  • Easter Services, 28th March

  • Easter Break, 29th March - 12th April (return Monday 15th April)

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The Withycombe 60 -

60 brilliant things to do while at our school.

 

Each year group has a list of interesting activities to work towards, with every class having their own 'postcard' to write down when they complete their activities.

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Anti-Bullying Week

We had a special assembly for Anti-Bullying week. Our local PCSO spoke to children about bullying, with a specific focus on social media and online bullying. She was very impressed with our knowledge, honesty and emotional understanding.

Mr Scudder managed the KiVA anti bullying program for our school, and he said it shows how this had a very positive impact on our children.

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We started Anti Bullying week with Odd Socks Day!

 

The focus this year is online bullying - we have lots more information about online safety here:

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We have several student advocacy groups including the School Council and our School Ethos Council with Mr Scudder. Members wear their badges in school so others can identify who their representatives are.

Did you know?

The plastic and metal parts of the badges we make in school can be separated for recycling, and we use an 'eco' seal which is biodegradable. 

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Is your child struggling?


We have an excellent SENCO as well as a TA specialising in Mental Health and Wellbeing
The following links will signpost you to some helpful information on a range of topics:

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