Reading Diary Update

Apologies to those who have received a faulty Reading Diary. We have been in contact with the printers and they are going to re-bind them. If your child has a faulty Reading Diary please give it to your class teacher who will return it to me.

The printer will be collecting the faulty diaries on Tuesday at about 3.00pm

They should be back in school in a couple of days.

Thank you for your patience.

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Susan Papas View All →

Executive Headteacher

7 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Thank you Susan for your quick response to this matter it really does evidence that things are changing for the better

    Best wishes

  2. Please could you clarify what time the classroom doors will be locked for KS2? The ‘School Times’ section of this site shows school starting at 8.55 yet the Reading Diary my son brought home from school states that classroom doors open at 8.45 and close at 8.50. I’d hate for any child to be marked late and receive a lunchtime detention due to incorrect and conflicting information being provided by the school!

  3. Hello Nicola, I am sorry for the confusing information. I put a message up on the blog on Sunday to explain that there were typos in the new diary. The times and term dates remain the same as they have been.

    Apologies again for the confusion.

    Susan

  4. Hi I know this is a bit late, but my daughters reading record binding has only just started to come apart and was wondering if there was anyway to have it fixed or a replacement.
    Thank you

  5. Hello Sam – you are not too late at all! Just ask your daughter to drop her diary into the front office and we will organise a replacement free of charge.

    Best wishes

    Susan

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