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Parent support groups

I have attached some information from Jan Crook, DSPL Area 9 Lead regarding local parent / carer groups. There is also information for parents on their website.

Family session Funworld

Families in Focus Just for Dads A Guide to workshops Summer 2017 DSPL9

Coffee Morning


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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…


Well done to our Friendship Club for the wonderful decorations in our sensory room! The children have worked hard creating the festive display. Special thanks to Mrs. Godman and Mrs. Holt for running the friendship club each week. It is great to see the children enjoying their weekly activities.

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Contactline 2016/17

A ‘quick queries’ service for members of our Hertfordshire community (parents of children in a Hertfordshire school and professionals).If you would like to discuss an issue or query about a child or young person’s development, learning or wellbeing, please call:

01992 588574

Tuesday 2 – 4.30pm (term time only)phone

Wednesday 2 – 4.30pm (term time and school holidays)

The Educational Psychology Service

(There is a poster in our school office detailing the above)


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Course flyer

I will post course flyers and information on this blog. Please be aware that this is for information purposes only (we are not affiliated with the providers and it is not a recommendation). Deciding whether a course is suitable for you is your decision to make as a parent. If you do attend a course, please let me know your thoughts. We are always on the lookout for useful and engaging training for parents and professionals!


Mrs. Carrack



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New Term

Changing year groups can sometimes be a challenge for some of our pupils and we wish them well settling into their new classes. Remember if you have anything you want to discuss, please arrange an appointment to speak to the class teacher or you can get in contact with me.

My working days this term are: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning.


Mrs. Carrack

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Maths Dots

Learning dot patterns is a great way for children, who struggle with number, to learn to count in groups. The familiar shape of dots on a dice can be used for all types of calculations. We play games at school to ensure children learn the dot patterns and what they represent. This means that when we show a pattern they can recall the number quickly, without having to count each dot.


Dot patterns